D/C drives waste out of its supply chains

Moran, Tim
October 1999
Automotive News;10/11/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 5842, p32LL
Trade Publication
Announces DaimlerChrysler's plan to cut down the time finished vehicles stay in inventory to less than 12 days. Savings realized by the company by eliminating cardboard parts packaging; Model for the company's supply chain management; Plans for implementing a `pay-as-used' system.


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