publication . Article . 2014


Davor Dujak; Martina Ferencic; Jelena Franjkovic;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2014 Journal: Business Logistics in Modern Management, volume 14, pages 31-42
Process of concentration in retail market, as well in Croatia as in other European countries, has insured for retailers stronger negotiating position in fast moving consumer goods supply chain, especially in food chain. Retailers have initiated retail supply chain management - a lot of different cost efficiency processes in food supply chain which they were able to force with their suppliers, usually with the absence of an equitable distribution of savings that this collaboration enables. One of these is development of retail ready packaging for food products, designed from manufacturers’ side with main intention to reduce in store labour cost for stacking produ...
free text keywords: retail ready packaging, food supply chain management, food production industry, food retail trends
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