Brezan achieves more turnover with less stock
An interview with Mr Peter Meyer, supply chain director at Brezan in Ede (The Netherlands), by Marcel te Lindert
Auto parts distributor Brezan, with a network of 127 sales outlets across The Netherlands, is keen to get even more out of its nationwide coverage. It has embarked on an ambitious project to raise its service level and increase the turnover per outlet while reducing inventory levels throughout the entire supply chain.
Initial results indicate that the project is a success. Supply chain director Peter Meyer from Brezan: “We ultimately expect to have to hold between 20 and 30 percent less stock.”
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