DDMRP

DDMRP stands for Demand-Driven Material Requirements Planning and relates to supply chain planning according to actual customer demand. Find out how this new supply chain management paradigm helps to achieve cost savings, increased customer satisfaction and greater agility.

DDMRP stands for Demand-Driven Material Requirements Planning and basically relates to supply chain planning according to actual customer requirements.

written by
Christian Kroschl

date
01/08/2019

written by
Christian Kroschl

date 01/08/2019

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