Sourcing Optimization Tool for Distribution-Intensive Industries - In industries with intensive distribution, managers face routine decisions related to product sourcing. For example, in the carbonated beverage industry, a set of bottling plants supports a larger set of warehouses, which in turn supports customer delivery routes. To reduce the costs of supply chain logistics, companies such as ...
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