The Supply Chain Matters blog provides commentary on Kellogg’s announced $45 million North America supply chain restructuring and poses the question of whether this is efficiency or transformational, and whether the industry has internalized learning from the prior zero based budgeting phase of cost savings.
In a sidelight blog to our unveiling of 2018 predictions for industry-specific supply chains, Supply Chain Matters highlights the changing consumer products industry landscape as it relates to rapidly shifting product value-chain and distribution strategies.
Supply Chain Matters continues in our efforts to update readers […]
Last November, Supply Chain Matters alerted our readers among consumer […]
The Kellogg Company, a consumer goods icon with brands such […]
Kellogg Company Completes Acquisition of Pringles Business with Obvious Supply Chain Synergy Opportunities
Last April, Procter and Gamble announced its intent to sell […]