How supply chains are getting more efficient

10/14/2011 | (free content)

Companies are transitioning toward less wasteful, more cost-effective supply chains. Some firms have been slower to adapt, so it's important to show the savings that the approach can bring, said Brett Wills of HPS. "Start with getting people to see where the waste is in the organization. Focus on the low hanging fruit [such as lower energy lighting] so you can see an immediate cost savings with little to no investment," Wills said.

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