Major food retailers and suppliers have issued a call for more participation in UCCnet's data synchronization program aimed at reducing invoicing errors and paving the way to CPFR. It may be a signal that UCCnet's time has finally arrived four years after its formation. The call for participation came in an open letter, signed by many of the biggest names in food retailing and manufacturing, and aimed at fellow manufacturers and retailers of consumer packaged goods in the United States and ...
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