Best Practices: Supply Chain

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Best Practices: Supply Chain

The L’Oréal Luxe supply chain guarantees proper product deployment while also giving consumers a luxury experience.

In 2012 Cali Bamboo introduced a new product that spiked growth trends and increased potential for dynamic expansion, but its EDI system could not keep up. So, the company made a strategic decision to go with a new solution to support multi-channel fulfillment.

Fruit of the Loom struggled with the management of multiple EDI platforms used across its businesses to support its retailer partners, so it enlisted a solution to help improve efficiency and responsiveness to retailers, 3PLs and the consumer.

Embracing e-commerce, American Heritage Billiards is reinventing how large item purchases are made, while improving its shipping process for superior customer service.

Medifast implemented a warehouse management system to optimize its distribution center operations by taking pressure off of its main ERP system and improving the functionality of its other systems.

Philips found a way to innovate its operations and increase efficiencies in various Latin American sites, even while faced with compliance challenges.

Shell was the first oil and gas company to recognize that it could sense demand much like a pure-play consumer products company, creating daily forecasts that reflect current market conditions by using demand signals.

Swire Beverages unlocks the full potential of its Coca-Cola Supply Chain Network in China by transforming its operations to synchronize with real-time consumer demand across every channel.

To ensure consistent product quality for every pint of super-premium ice cream produced, Ben & Jerry's needed a new way to collect and analyze the vital data of its products.

Supply chain challenges inherent in the seasonal and promotion-driven nature of its business prompted Butterball LLC to dramatically transform its foundational approach to forecasting and inventory management.

The Clorox Company is optimizing its logistics processes by investing in innovative technology, which is a key component to achieving its Centennial Strategy.

CooperVision products are sourced through very complex multi-level networks and, until recently, the company lacked a fully integrated view of global operations. It chose a solution to create a company-wide common supply chain platform.

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