Align Supply Chain Performance to Customer Outcomes

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Chief supply chain officers (CSCOs) must work more closely with commercial leaders to align supply chain performance to the required customer outcomes. Supply chain leaders today need to deliver more than one supply chain response to properly serve unique market segments with different demand characteristics and competitive service requirements. This adds operating complexity, and supply chain leaders struggle to align with commercial leaders on the right balance between standardization to achieve scale and differentiation to optimize alignment with demand. This complimentary webinar looks at how CSCOs and their teams can better align their supply chain operating model, performance and targets with commercial strategies and the required customer outcomes.
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Spotlight

Your organisation has probably made considerable efforts to optimise its supply chains. Also, it is more than likely that in spite of all that work you still struggle to handle the volume of shipments flowing through your warehouses during seasonal peaks. And even off-peak, warehouse space and labour at destination create costs. The Damco Direct to Store programme does exactly that.

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Your organisation has probably made considerable efforts to optimise its supply chains. Also, it is more than likely that in spite of all that work you still struggle to handle the volume of shipments flowing through your warehouses during seasonal peaks. And even off-peak, warehouse space and labour at destination create costs. The Damco Direct to Store programme does exactly that.

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