The Supply Chain Matters blog surveys recent financial and operational performance of some bellwether companies’ indicative of ongoing industry supply chain disruption. We focus on indicators of how certain industries, companies, key services providers and customers are faring during this unprecedented 2021 global supply chain surge of activity. In this blog we focus on select U.S. retailers.
The Supply Chain Matters blog features our annual listing of our most read blog commentaries that were created and published during the year 2020. In this Part One posting, we highlight in descending order from Number 25 to Number 15 ranked blog content.
The Supply Chain Matters blog calls reader attention to home improvement retailer Home Depot whom this week reported record quarterly sales growth and operational performance.
Home Depot Reports Stellar Q2 performance and Reaps Benefit of Multi-Year Investments in Supply and Demand Network Capabilities
Home Depot reported very positive financial performance results for Q2 2018. Included in the narrative were very positive aspects of supply chain performance and integration with other functional and business areas, the result of ongoing multi-year investments in various tenets of supply and demand network capabilities.
The Wall Street Journal reports that home improvement retailer Home Depot plans to invest $1.2 billion over the next five years to both speed-up delivery options for online consumers as well as reduce overall transportation costs.
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