Integrated supply chain planning yields greater efficiency for DC managers

10/10/2013 | Refrigerated & Frozen Foods online

Using an integrated supply chain planning strategy yields better results for distribution center managers especially when dealing with unforeseen constraints in the warehouse. Integrated planning covers all aspects of the systems, including production schedules, shipments, storage capacity, labor availability and other crucial areas necessary to execute the plan. In order to achieve real integration, supply chain visibility and flexibility are required to identify and manage potential constraints in the warehouse.

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