When there are only slight variations in a product’s design across multiple SKUs, it may be possible to do final product configuration in the warehouse, saving time and money.
Cost-effective. Inventory postponement reduces labor costs by moving final assembly out of the high-cost manufacturing environment.
Quality-focused. Weber’s exacting processes for quality assurance provide you with all the benefits of inventory postponement, while maintaining the highest product quality standards.
Agile. By adopting a postponement strategy, Weber can help you create a more responsive supply chain that adapts quickly to market changes.
In our West Coast Logistics Blog, Weber Logistics experts provide tips to optimize your supply chain in the West.
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