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The Case for DDMRP in Distribution Operations - JNB
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The Case for DDMRP in Distribution Operations - JNB

The Case for DDMRP in Distribution Operations

 Export to Your Calendar 2019/05/15
When: Wednesday, 15 May
08:30
Where: Irene
Centurion, Gauteng 
South Africa
Contact: Amy Wooding
+2712 345 4118

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Demand Driven Materials Requirements Planning (DDMRP) makes use of strategic decoupling key inventory items to protect against demand variability, reduce lead times to customers and to optimize inventory levels of those items. This is typically viewed in a production context, where inventory of purchased, and manufactured items need to be kept at optimal levels. But production of products is only one small part the supply chain, one must also consider supply and distribution.

Can DDMRP principles also be applied to distribution networks? Absolutely! DDMRP outlines several distribution strategies that make use of strategic decoupling of distribution through various methods. These are particularly useful in a third/fourth part logistics framework. Join us to discuss how DDRMP can be used to leverage for your xPL organization and your customers.

This is a free event! 

Agenda:

08:25     Registration

08:30     Welcome

08:45     Breakfast

09:00     Presentation

10:45     Q & A

 

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