AMSTERDAM, Netherlands (FNS) -- European food retailers could cut their operating costs by up to 1.2% if they implemented Efficient Unit Load programs as part of their Efficient Consumer Response programs. Food retailers and manufacturers believe such programs could result in cost savings of up to $1 billion a year, said Peter Mayes, supply-chain director at Nestle Europe, London. "Efficient unit loads are a strong driver for supply-chain integration," Mayes said. "These issues are key ...

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