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Eliminating Waste in Supply Chains
Eliminating Waste in Supply Chains

Ryder experts unveil the five leading principals for a LEAN supply chain, which leads to a culture of continuous improvement, increased efficiency and less waste. In the supply chain arena, creating a LEAN culture offers tremendous opportunities for companies seeking continuous, incremental gains in quality and efficiency. Experts also identify the seven types of waste that can weaken a supply chain. In a LEAN culture, if something doesn’t add value, it is eliminated. Rather than deploying ambitious programs with sweeping reforms, a LEAN operation makes incremental improvements daily. Redundant processes and high levels of waste in your supply chain can negatively impact your total operation.

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Ryder experts unveil the five leading principals for a LEAN supply chain, which leads to a culture of continuous improvement, increased efficiency and less waste. In the supply chain arena, creating a LEAN culture offers tremendous opportunities for companies seeking continuous, incremental gains in quality and efficiency. Experts also identify the seven types of waste that can weaken a supply chain. In a LEAN culture, if something doesn’t add value, it is eliminated. Rather than deploying ambitious programs with sweeping reforms, a LEAN operation makes incremental improvements daily. Redundant processes and high levels of waste in your supply chain can negatively impact your total operation.

Please CLICK HERE to view this whitepaper.

Eliminating Waste in Supply Chains