Every quarter we review the strategic developments in the supply chains of FMCG manufacturing businesses. This quarter we have seen manufacturers investing in new technologies, taking steps towards more sustainable supply chains, rationalising their product portfolios and investing in physical infrastructure.
This presentation looks at how they solved this with the rollout of a new transport planning system and the benefits Carrefour Italia, and their trading partners, realised.
This step-by-step guide will help you identify how you can cut costs by identifying the waste in your value chain, the source of that waste and the activities that add value and those that don’t. You will also be able to identify what impedes customer satisfaction and how best you can use Value Stream Mapping to improve your business performance.
How are businesses re-structuring their operations to boost their bottom lines? We look at the trends in the global FMCG supply chain in the first quarter of 2013 to help you understand where leading manufacturers are investing their resources.
We look at the trends in the global FMCG supply chain in the fourth quarter of 2012 in this presentation. How are businesses re-engineering their networks to make their supply chains fit-for-purpose? And, what do you need to think about to stay ahead of your peer group? Read this presentation to get an external perspective of what you must focus on in 2013.
IGD’s Supply Chain Summit in November reinforced what many already know – the economy is not improving and neither is shopper sentiment. Retailers and manufacturers continue to fight for every pound and competition is intense. The industry is facing a number of challenges and supply chains are increasingly complex. Discover the four routes you can take to help tackle these challenges and achieve more with less in your supply chain.