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 consumer durables


ToolsGroup-Statistics-based Supply Chain Planning
ToolsGroup continues to carve out a space for itself in supply chain. Not satisfied with being the last remaining independent multi-echelon inventory

consumer durables  Aftermarket parts, service parts. Consumer goods, where replenishment at a much more granular level means that demand variability is magnified. Consumer electronics firms, where relatively short product life cycles, and new product launch focus, and life cycle management influence the demand cycles. Slow, erratic, or intermittent demand. Large product mixes and slower moving products, and/or geographically distributed production plants making higher service levels more challenging. Examples: consumer

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