Chabot Wallpaper Company (Mini-Case)
Fashion-oriented product assortments are often problematic to supply chain managers due to short product life cycles, high SKU counts, frequent product rotations, inaccurate demand forecasts, and excessive amounts of obsolete inventory. This copyrighted case* provides an opportunity for students to implement postponement strategies at a wallpaper company in order to meet customer service and inventory turnover requirements for large retailers.
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