Continuous Replenishment Can Boost Logistics Efficiency



Many organizations have adopted continuous replenishment programs to streamline their deliveries to customers. To determine whether these programs offer the potential for superior logistics performance, APQC compared the logistics performance of organizations that have adopted these programs against that of organizations that have not adopted continuous replenishment.

This article first appeared in the May/June 2014 issue of Supply Chain Management Review.

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