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Supply Chain Analysis

Supply Chain Analysis is an essential guide to best practice and benchmarking in the supply chain, from factory gate through to shelf edge.

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Drawing on our strong relationships with retailers and suppliers around the world, our supply chain experts deliver news, case studies, practical tools and guides on key issues to help you cut costs, drive efficiencies, improve relationships with trading partners and achieve your supply chain targets.

Here are five key benefits Supply Chain Analysis delivers:

  • Understand a retailer’s supply chain
     Use our retailer profiles to see a detailed picture of a retailer’s distribution network, inventory levels across categories and many other pieces of key data which you can export into Excel spreadsheets
  • Build a business case for a supply chain initiative
     Use our real-life case studies and presentations to add weight to your proposal and show how others have implemented change
  • Up skill your team or colleagues
     Use our in-depth reports and presentations to get colleagues up to speed quickly on the key issues that affect your business
  • Planning a product’s route to market
     Use the detailed information on retailers' category networks to plan where your customers will want product delivered, how often they are likely to order and how much inventory they will carry
  • Need to know how the latest industry news affects your business?
     We summarise what’s going on and get behind the headlines in our free weekly newsletter, with added analysis exclusively for service subscribers

For more information - and to download a free sample pack of insights - visit Alternatively, email or call us on +44 (0) 1923 851 956 to find out if your company subscribes.

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