CHICAGO -- Warehouse inventory reductions ranging from 30% to 50% are among the direct benefits resulting from a continuous replenishment program at Dominick's Finer Foods, Northlake, Ill. Improved product turns -- from 15 to 60 turns in some cases -- and service levels topping 98% are other dividends seen from the program, which, although initiated three years ago, requires to be fine-tuned on an ongoing basis. "As we went along, it became obvious how important performance measurement is. ...

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