Tesco presentations


From the supply chain news headlines in 2014 so far, we identify the retailer trends that have emerged. From technology developments to investing online and transforming logistics, we reveal the developments you should know about and give you our five key takeouts...
Tesco and P&G have overhauled the structure of the supply chain by taking an end-to-end approach. This presentation will show how Tesco and P&G aligned, the steps taken along the way and the benefits they achieved as a result.
McCain, the producer of frozen potato products, wanted  to improve its service levels to customers. They recognised that improving both internal and customer communication was essential to both meeting their daily operational goals, and making strategic change to drive long term service improvement.  This case study details how McCain have reduced complexity in their supply chain to make a significant improvement in service to one of their customers, Tesco.
To deliver sustained service improvements and increased on shelf availability it is essential to have access to the best data and information. Historically businesses have used their own data sources, however retailers are now increasingly sharing data with suppliers to remove the barriers to service improvement. There are challenges for manufacturers to overcome in using retailer data, such as gaining internal confidence in the data reliability and making the process changes needed. This case study shows how one manufacturer, Kimberly-Clark, has improved service by using insight from Tesco Connect.
In February 2012, Tesco launched its third rail service from Daventry running to the Wentloog rail head in Wales. The new rail service will take 22,000 vehicle trips of the road, further cementing Tesco’s strategy to build a true intermodal solution at its Daventry DC and actively supports its on-going commitment to be a zero-carbon business by 2050. Read this presentation to discover how Tesco implemented this strategy at Daventry.