Supply Chain Transformation
The Three Day Car Programme
The 3DayCar Programme took place from 1999 to 2001. The research was carried out by three institutions – the Lean Enterprise Research Centre, the School of Management at the University of Bath and the International Car Distribution Programme – and supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, plus some 20 industrial sponsors drawn from all areas of the new car supply chain.
Autologic, BEA Systems, Cap Gemini, Ernst and Young, Department of Trade and Industry, Ford Motor Company, GKN, Goldman Sachs, Honda Europe, Inchcape, Institute of Logistics and Transport, Keane, Lean Enterprise Implementation Group, Lancaster, Machine Tools Technologies Association, National Franchised Dealers Association / Retail Motor Industry, Federation, Nissan Motor Manufacturing UK, Pendragon, Peugeot Motor Company, Richard Lawson Autologistics, Quicks, TKA Body Stampings, TI Automotive, Vauxhall Motors, Volkswagen, Wallenius Wilhelmsen
Matthias Holweg, Simon Elias, Ben Waller, Mickey Howard, Joe Miemczyk, Peter Hines, Geoff Williams, Andrew Tongue, John Whitehead, Malcolm Harbour, Dan Jones, Anthony Greenwood.