LONDON -- Supermarket retailers and their suppliers in the United Kingdom are moving ahead with collaborative supply chain initiatives, but are shifting their focus from CPFR and public exchanges to event management, private exchanges and in-store logistics, according to a new study. rocess justify the cost and complexity of implementing and operating it. Trading partners believe simpler methods of collaboration, with less emphasis on technology and formal process standards, can deliver ...

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