While the consumer goods industry is more adept at navigating COVID’s curveballs, labor and supply chain obstacles remain persistent barriers to meeting increasing consumer demand. As a result, CPGs often find themselves in a game of whack-a-mole.
Achieving flexibility and resilience is proving a tall order, thanks to the current state of many consumer goods supply chains. Read on and discover how CGs can strengthen their supply chain foundation in an era of constant change in this latest roadmap report.
In this role, Cho will be responsible for Revlon’s end to end global supply chain operations, including supply chain strategy, planning, procurement, manufacturing, engineering, distribution and logistics.
Food company Rich Products is taking steps to transform its supply chain, tapping IT solution provider Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) to improve integrated planning and agility in order to better meet changing customer demands.
Each year, CGT collects nominations for CIOs who are making a business impact within their consumer goods organizations through the implementation and successful use of technology. This year, we unveil three winners; read about them here.
The evolving global market post-pandemic has created unique challenges for consumer brand manufacturers. They search for ways to stay agile while adjusting to market trends. As brand loyalty declines, consumers gravitate to customizable products, creating a greater need for product flexibility.
Identifying high performers who can act as models for other employees in similar roles can significantly improve overall production performance, ROI, output and even employee job satisfaction. Learn how AI can help.
Demand for an ever-changing wider variety of higher quality personalized products is heating up. So, too, is the pressure to produce top-caliber products at a lower price. Digitalization is the key to successfully overcoming these challenges, with digital twins playing a starring role. Learn how.