Industry execs to discuss report on unsaleables reduction strategies

September 15, 2017

Industry executives will present the most effective strategies CPG retailers, manufacturers and suppliers can implement to reduce the annual $15 billion cost of Unsaleable goods.

The findings, to be presented at a Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) session, are the result of research and analysis conducted by CHEP for the Food Marketing Institute (FMI)-Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) Trading Partner Alliance (TPA).

The meeting will take place Tuesday, Sept. 26, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. The “From Start to Finish: Collaborative Strategies to Reduce Unsaleables” session will take place from 10:30 to 11:45 a.m. in Level 2/Room C201.

Industry executives in attendane include Daniel Triot, senior director, FMI-GMA Trading Partner Alliance; Todd Hoff, VP of marketing and customer Solutions, CHEP North America; Stephanie Hunt-Brinkmann, unsaleables manager, Nestle Purina Petcare; Michelle Osborne, reclaim project lead, Delhaize America Shared Services; and Greg Riggs, senior supply chain analyst, Spartan Nash.

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