Lessons Learned from Sedlak’s Network Design Project in SC Digest

October 16, 2015 Topics: Media, News

David Zuern, VP of Logistics from Benjamin Moore Paints discussed his network design project (by Sedlak) at the CSCMP annual conference in San Diego. The paint manufacturer that differentiates itself with very high service standards learned 5 critical things during its network study with Sedlak. Zuern also shared these insights with Dr. Michael Watson of SC Digest. The highlight reel:

  • Expect a study to take 3-4 months
  • Keep the study on track
  • Don’t make changes for small gains
  • Question central storage of special products or slow movers
  • With today’s emphasis on same-day delivery, warehouses in crowded urban or suburban areas may make sense

Read the entire article here.


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