Teachable Moments: A New Supply Chain for a Changing Industry

When an industry is facing serious change, companies must adapt in order to survive. By GENCO

February 1, 2016

Publishing is one of many industries in which shifts in technology and consumer behavior are forcing companies to adapt to survive. For this top global publisher, that meant adjusting to declining print volumes and increases in smaller, more customized orders.

The company chose to engage a third-party logistics provider to reform the supply chain and consolidate facilities.

This white paper details the four goals that apply to both immediate and future needs, and how those goals were exceeded.

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