Like a gardener pruning a rosebush, Sears Holdings continuously prunes and reshapes its supply chain to reduce the cost of sourcing and cut the time it takes to get products into its stores. It’s all part of the $42 billion retailer’s move toward a just-in-time supply chain.
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Shipper Focus: Sears — Crafting an Optimal Supply Chain
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