Cost to serve presentations


The next instalment of supply chain fundamentals looks at the world of smart warehousing and equipment. This report explores how technology is empowering operators to improve efficiency, optimise processes and deliver better service.
We look at the current landscape for self-driving cars, what this means for driverless trucks and the impacts across the food and grocery industry.
This report explores the current status of reusable merchandisable solutions around the world. It details some key successes and investigates where usage may be increased. Who are the key decision makers? And what barriers are holding back progress?
How to process, pick and deliver orders, whilst balancing operating costs with customer expectations is today’s online supply chain conundrum. This report details why businesses are prioritising some initiatives over others and describes how these priorities may need to shift to help businesses deliver more profitable online operations in future.
In this report we bring you all of the key people moves in retail this year so far, and what to expect from the new senior team members.
Every quarter we review the strategic developments in the supply chains of FMCG manufacturing businesses. This quarter, we’ve seen companies refocus on core brands, a number of mergers and acquisitions, company restructuring and drives to improve logistics capability.
Hungry for the latest facts about cost to serve? This infographic provides your essential data on how to build an efficient supply chain.
Propercorn is the fastest growing non-tech start-up in the UK and supplying sample products of its popcorn at events has been a key part of the company’s growth. However as the company grew, the number of requests for sample products exploded. Before Propercorn reconfigured its supply chain, it was relying on manual processes to deliver sample products and the supply chain team quickly realised they needed to find a new, and more efficient supply chain solution. Discover how Propercorn has drastically reduced order processing time, reduced road miles and reduced costs with its supply chain reconfiguration project.
In our third benchmarking release for 2016, we explore cost to serve. The ability to measure how much it costs to service customers is vitally important to ensuring profitability. Rapidly changing shopper habits and economic uncertainty are among the many influences that are making the task ever more challenging. Discover how many businesses know their cost to serve and what they are doing to reduce it.
Every quarter we review the strategic developments in the supply chains of FMCG manufacturing businesses. This quarter, we’ve seen companies acquiring and divesting businesses, investing in logistics and restructuring their supply chains.