Six Supply Chain Actions That Drive Wholesale Distribution Success

| July 12, 2016

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Strategic supply chain optimization is just as important a core competency for wholesale distributors as it is for product manufacturers. Perhaps that isn’t obvious on the surface. A wholesaler’s network may be more regional than global, with an inventory of predominantly finished goods and a gross margin that’s a fraction the size of a brand manufacturer’s.

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