CHANGE IN CONTINUITY?

Continuous replenishment programs, nearly all of which are managed by vendors today, may eventually be driven by retailers.Most CRPs today use vendor-generated orders based on retailer-supplied warehouse withdrawal data. That trend will continue in the near term because vendors are still in a good position to perform the key forecasting function, retailers and industry observers agree.But as CRP flourishes

Continuous replenishment programs, nearly all of which are managed by vendors today, may eventually be driven by retailers.

Most CRPs today use vendor-generated orders based on retailer-supplied warehouse withdrawal data. That trend will continue in the near term because vendors are still in a good position to perform the key forecasting function, retailers and industry observers agree.

But as CRP flourishes -- pilot programs and case volume are expected to more than double in

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