Product Lifecycle Logistics: Big Picture. Big Value

Consumer Packaged Goods Manufacturers Can Reduce Supply Chain Costs 10%–20% with Product Lifecycle Logistics. By GENCO

February 1, 2016

Manufacturers in the margin-challenged consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry look for efficiencies in every nook and cranny of their supply chains.

Still, millions of dollars in potential savings remain elusive. Why? Because the focus is on wringing small, incremental savings from discrete supply chain functions. Although individually optimized, these functions are collectively out of sync.

This white paper details how manufacturers are reducing supply chain costs 10% to 20% by simplifying the supply chain, integrating value-added services and treating products as one inventory stream.

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