Supply Chain Improvements Save More Than $30 Million

CHEP data shows how CPGs saved money and gained sustainability benefits between July 2015 and July 2016.

New data released CHEP North America shows consumer goods companies that collaborated with CHEP to optimize their supply chains generated more than $30 million in savings and new revenue in the July 2015 to July 2016 timeframe.

During the same time period, customers also made their supply chain operations more environmentally sustainable by eliminating empty truck miles and CO2 emissions from their transportation networks.

Specific benefits included the following:

• Generated $20 million in savings

• Created $13 million in incremental revenue

• Eliminated more than 3.5 million empty miles, resulting in a reduction of 13 million pounds of CO2, equivalent to the energy needed to operate 631 U.S. homes for one year

“This data represents the outstanding results of working together with our customers to optimize their supply chains,” says Skip Miller, Vice President of Customer Service and Solutions, CHEP North America.

Specific supply chain saving opportunities included value stream mapping, transportation solutions, sustainability, unit-load optimization packaging performance platform management and store fulfillment.

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