From formalized programs and advanced systems to war room activities, general merchandise suppliers are in various stages of the category-management process. While some are pursuing full-blown, formalized programs, others have instituted elements of the process that impact store planograms and attempt to satisfy consumer needs. The School and Office Product Division of Mead Corporation, Dayton, Ohio, begins rolling out its category-management program this month, according to Al Thornton, ...
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