Continuous replenishment programs, nearly all of which are managed by vendors today, may eventually be driven by retailers. Most CRPs today use vendor-generated orders based on retailer-supplied warehouse withdrawal data. That trend will continue in the near term because vendors are still in a good position to perform the key forecasting function, retailers and industry observers agree. But as CRP flourishes -- pilot programs and case volume are expected to more than double in the next ...

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