Industry execs to discuss report on unsaleables reduction strategies
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.