25 top supply chains in 2017, as ranked by Gartner

London-based Unilever manages the highest-performing supply chain this year, according to Gartner's 2017 Supply Chain Top 25 list.

The list includes publicly traded companies in the manufacturing, retail or distribution sectors with annual revenue of at least $12 billion.

To compile the list, Gartner developed a composite score for each company based on the opinions of Gartner analysts, voting results from a panel of supply chain professionals, corporate responsibility practices and various company metrics, including return on assets, inventory growth and revenue improvements.

Here are the 2017 rankings.

  1. Unilever
  2. McDonald's
  3. Inditex
  4. Cisco Systems
  5. H&M
  6. Intel
  7. Nestlé
  8. Nike
  9. Colgate-Palmolive
  10. Starbucks
  11. PepsiCo
  12. 3M
  13. Johnson & Johnson
  14. The Coca-Cola Co.
  15. Nokia
  16. BASF
  17. Schneider Electric
  18. Walmart
  19. HP
  20. L'Oréal
  21. Kimberly-Clark
  22. BMW
  23. Diageo
  24. Lenovo
  25. Samsung Electronics

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