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How PepsiCo Created a Plant With "Near-Net-Zero" Impact

PepsiCo undertook the ambitious goal of transforming a Frito-Lay plant in Arizona into a facility with almost no net environmental impact. A finalist in the Supply Chain Innovation Award competition of CSCMP and SupplyChainBrain. [Run Time (Min.): 10:57] »


Case Study: Staples Eliminates Excessive Packaging

Working with Packsize International, Staples right-sizes corrugate packaging: no more small items in costly large boxes. The winner of the 2013 Supply Chain Innovation award. [Run Time (Min.): 10:12] »


How IBM Drives Value With Supply-Chain Analytics

IBM continues its journey toward creation of a truly global supply chain, through the use of embedded analytics to gain cross-process visibility. A finalist in the 2013 Supply Chain Innovation Award competition of CSCMP and SupplyChainBrain. [Run Time (Min.): 10:50] »


The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board: A Case Study

Facing difficult economic trends and new market pressures, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board set out to implement a vendor-managed inventory system to improve planning, forecasting and replenishment. A finalist in the 2013 Supply Chain Innovation Award competition of CSCMP and SupplyChainBrain.... »


Case Study: DLA Grabs Control Over Demand Variability

The Defense Logistics Agency partners with LMI in a unique effort to get a handle on those difficult items with high demand variability. A finalist in the 2013 Supply Chain Innovation Award competition of CSCMP and SupplyChainBrain. [Run Time (Min.): 13:46] »


ROI in Reverse Logistics: An ADT Case Study

ADT Security Systems needed an automated system for the receipt, management and disposition of returned parts, says Eric Blue, its director of supply chain planning. Once it implemented that, says Jeff Pepperworth, president of reverse logistics at Inmar, it was able to recoup credits on... »


Dow Chemical Beefs Up Supply Chain Resiliency: Case Study

Shannon Hemmelgarn, supply chain analyst with the Dow Chemical Co., describes how the company developed a new way to measure the resiliency of its supply chain. A finalist in the Supply Chain Innovation Award for 2011. [Run Time (Min.): 8:12] »


Forging a Risk-Tolerant Supply Chain

A look at how IBM Software and Ryder collaborated on a tool for strengthening global supply chains against risk. Featuring Richard Douglass, industry director of manufacturing with IBM, and Stephen Dean, senior vice president of sales and marketing with Ryder. [Run Time (Min.): 12:11] »


Ralph Lauren Embraces Air Freight Optimization: Case Study

Polo Ralph Lauren developed an international vendor-routing portal that strengthened control of its inbound supply chain. Featuring David Lande, director of international transport development and support for Ralph Lauren; Kathleen King, senior director of international transportation for Ralph... »


Direct-to-Store Synchronization

Walt Lentz of Ahold, a global grocery retailer, and David Allen of Del Monte Foods discuss how they worked with logistics provider ES3 to develop and implement a direct-to-store program that benefits both companies. Central to the program is a huge, highly automated warehouse run by ES3 that... »


Revising the SKU Process at Amway

Amway employed kaizen and a new governance scheme to completely renovate its SKU revision process, which had previously created waste and inefficiency in the company's supply chain. Jerry Bronkema and Ruth Kaminski give a behind-the-scenes look at the implementation and benefits of the project,... »


IPC Tackles Sustainability for Subway: A Case Study

The company works closely with vendors and customers to cut costs, improve transportation efficiency and green its supply chain. President and chief executive officer Jan Risi tells the story. A finalist in the 2010 Supply Chain Innovation Award of the Council of Supply Chain Management... »


Smart Consolidation: Direct from China to Store

Max Kantzer, President of Transmodal Group, Tom Zinner, Director of Supply Chain Development at IES Ltd. and Charlie Kantz, Vice President, Logistics & Warehousing for Baker Footwear Group discuss how shipping costs were cut by 40 percent when a more efficient way was found to pack and move... »


Breaking Down Supply-Chain Silos at Intel

The introduction of the Atom processor led Intel to seek ways to create a lower-cost supply chain to match the price point of its new product. Cindie Blackmer, Supply Chain Master, tells how it was done. A nominee for the 2010 Supply Chain Innovation Award. [Run Time (Min:) 9:37] »


Menlo & Navistar: From Old-Line Supply Chain to New

Navistar's ambitious plans to expand in the market were threatened by its highly compartmentalized logistics operations, says Neal Cunningham, the company's manager of supply chain engineering.  A shared approach to cost and profits is saving the manufacturer a bundle, says Jeff Rivera, global... »


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