Leading-edge distributors and suppliers charging ahead with aggressive continuous replenishment programs are reaping the rewards of lower inventory, faster turns and improved service levels. Looking ahead, companies at the forefront of the CRP movement also envision basing replenishment needs on point-of-sale scanning data rather than warehouse withdrawal information. Some distributors are even detecting a trend among CRP manufacturers to offer incentives to help wean the industry from ...
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