Supply Chain Logistics Magazine

  1. Product Life Cycle Visibility

    The retailer’s challenge is to manage global sourcing with an enterprise view.

  2. In-Stock By Popular Demand

    The closer you can align the mechanics of your replenishment effort with channel-specific points of demand, the fewer stock-outs you’ll suffer.

  3. Mobile Technology: Helping, And Hurting, Sales

    As technology has a greater influence on retail, it is important to have an integrated technology philosophy.

  4. Private Labeling — Offering Retailers A Competitive Edge

    Retailers are turning to private labeling to increase margins — but not without risks.

  5. Tablets Can Unlock True Omni-Channel Inventory Systems

    Retailers must equip associates with technology to be able to service customers properly.

  6. Retailer’s Rapid Growth Necessitates Change In Demand-Forecasting Solution

    Luxury lingerie retailer Journelle implemented a new solution to optimize demand forecasting, inventory planning, and replenishment.

  7. Where Returns, Customer Service Collide

    A combination of slick technology and savvy management can create an unlikely, yet blissful, marriage of merchandise returns and customer service.

  8. DSD And CD Delivery Methods Drive Change Within The Supply Chain

    Direct delivery methods are being utilized to speed up the supply chain and be more responsive.

  9. Navigating The Risks Of Global Trade

    The risks associated with global trade are as diverse as the countries themselves.

  10. Nestlé DSD Controls Costs Through Better Warehouse Management

    Using proper supply chain management and order processing, Nestlé DSD is able to maintain accurate orders and delivery.