Supply Chain Integration: Enabling Supply Chain Growth

Posted by IFMA July 28, 2017

Tagged in Supply Chain Optimization Supply Chain Optimization Board

IFMA in partnership with Kinetic12, HAVI and Datassential are continuing to make strides in a Supply Chain Optimization (SCO) initiative that is the first of its kind in the foodservice industry. Fully board driven by 50 foodservice organizations representing the complete supply chain, SCO is working toward an efficient supply chain. With organizations representing both national and regional chain operators, manufacturers and distributors, all stakeholders have accepted the challenge and have come to the collective table ready to improve the foodservice industry as a whole.

Supply Chain Management Review’s contributing editor, Eric Pfeiffer, wrote about the steps to success in achieving supply chain integration and the importance of the work being done by the SCO board. Click here to read the full article.

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