As the online channel grows, suppliers can expect to feel the impact in four main areas: product information, order profiles, level of customisation and the need for a more responsive supply chain What must suppliers consider as they grapple with the growth of the online channel? Read this presentation to understand what other suppliers are doing and how you must plan your approach.
We look at the trends in the global FMCG supply chain in the third quarter of 2012 in this presentation. How are businesses focusing on making 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.
IGD visited stores in nine countries in the first quarter of 2012. Based on these store visits across the world, we bring you insight on some of the best in-store solutions currently being implemented. Aimed at helping you understand who’s doing what in-store in different categories, you can use these examples to tailor your response to market developments.
Asda’s ‘we operate for less’ programme has engineered a step-change in its supply chain: distribution centre (DC) throughput is up 24% with space utilisation up just 1%. Read this case study to understand how Asda’s implementation of three key projects, re-engineering the DC network, implementing a ‘home grown’ lean programme and driving fewer and friendlier road miles, have saved £130m and significantly improved supply chain efficiency.