Logistics in the limelight

Johnson, Holland
January 1998
Progressive Grocer;Jan98, Vol. 77 Issue 1, p17
Trade Publication
States that efficient consumer response (ECR) movement propelled the practice of logistics into the limelight as a competitive weapon. Implementation of ECR's tenets; Elements of logistics process that can be outsourced; Step to attain goals of ECR.


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