This case study talks about the operations and supply chain strategy and difficulties at Crayola, the world’s leading organizations in arts and crafts products. A set of supply chain standards are characterized as cost, development, quality and moral obligation, maintainability, and versatility and nimbleness. These standards and derived from the daily decisions Crayola face, for example, picking shades to drive request and launching new items while keeping up quality standards. As a supply chain develops to reach global levels and enters new foreign markets, challenges emerge in managing fluctuating men and a complex supply base. and it cares about quality.