Relationships between trading partners have not advanced enough to keep up with the challenges posed by the blurring of retail channels, according to a new study. The 2003 Logistics Study for the Mass Retail Industry was released by the International Mass Retail Association, based here. The 60 vendors and retailers surveyed (including supermarkets and mass merchandisers) said more collaborative relationships between trading partners are needed to differentiate both assortment and ...

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