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In-store logistics

This term is used to describe the internal replenishment of shop shelves with goods already on the premises, typically in a back-storeroom area. It is often on the last 50 metres to the shelf that the retail supply chain fails and, as a result of poor in-store practices, goods are unavailable to consumers and sales are needlessly lost.

In-store logistics: an analysis of on-shelf availability and stockout responses for three product groups
Paper

McKinnon, A. C., Mendes, D. and Nababteh, M. (2007) in : International Journal of Logistics: Research and Applications, 10 (3): 251-268. (2007)

Efforts to maintain high service levels upstream of the shop are often compromised by poor in-store replenishment, which causes the system to fail at the final point of sale, where availability has its greatest impact on consumer behaviour and sales. This paper reports the results of a study of the ... ...

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