CINCINNATI -- The next phase of Procter & Gamble's Streamlined program of supply-chain initiatives will eliminate a transitional price bracket for customers who fail to meet a variety of efficiency criteria, including use of electronic data interchange for ordering and invoicing and participation in the Chep pallet pool program. P&G here said more than 80% of its customers already meet the requirements for the Streamlined Logistics Price bracket, which represents the manufacturer's ...

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