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Private label manufacturing has evolved into a demanding discipline characterized by high service levels, thin margins, large SKU counts, and little room for error. While it does...


Collaborative Transportation Management (CTM) was conceived by Voluntary Interindustry Commerce Standards (VICS) organization to represent the logical next step after the...


This article provides insight for manufacturers currently using a manual Kanban process (physical cards) or homegrown Kanban software for replenishment that they have outgrown. This paper will...


With the increasing availability of Point of Sale (POS) and other downstream data over the last decade, companies selling through retail channels have strived to use such data to...


Recently, AMR Research indicated that the global economic downturn and the need for improved inventory visibility and efficiency has led to a resurgence in vendor managed inventory...



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