Shows how value is added by collaboration between labour and owners of capital along the new animal products (NAP) supply chains, identifying their relative strengths and weaknesses. It should help in the negotiation of agreements between participants and also encourage better use of quality management systems in the NAP industries. This publication considers seven NAP enterprises: ostrich, crocodile, yabby, duck, buffalo, camel and squab. While there are differences between the industry structures there are also many common themes in terms of supply-chain management practices. 2004, 133pp, Pub No 04/166: $21
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