To support the growth of new-to-world products with uncertain demand, R.J. Reynolds realized it could not rest on its laurels, and an innovative approach to the supply chain would have to be developed.
R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, an indirect subsidiary of Reynolds American Inc., is the latest addition to a growing list of consumer goods companies, which are outsourcing non-core operations to third party providers in order to strengthen leadership in their respective industries.
Find out how R.J. Reynolds is driving top-line growth and reducing out of stocks by 25%; improving call time by 6.5%; increasing calls per day by 7%; reducing programming & maintenance costs by 7.7%; and realizing unexpected energy savings.
Fortune's Most Powerful Women list boasts one trillion dollars in stock market value this year. That's what the 27 CEOs on the list control. Here, CGT shines a spotlight on the consumer goods executives that made the 2015 list, which includes executives from PepsiCo, Mondelez, Campbell's, J&J, P&G and more.