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Grocery replenishment driven by 'gut feel' - Logistics Manager

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Almost half of UK grocery retail directors say replenishment is still driven by gut feel, according to research by Blue Yonder, which supplies predictive applications of retail. It said that interviews with 750 grocery managers and directors in the USA, UK, Germany and France, showed that despite a rise in accurate machine learning algorithms for automated replenishment and demand planning, 46 per cent of surveyed directors in the UK say replenishment is still an entirely manual process. Some 85 per cent of respondents identified automation as a key tool for making the fast decisions needed to meet customer demand. The research also identified that 31 per cent of directors in the UK feel there are now too many decisions to be made manually, with the same number stating that gut feel is slowing them down. The research also found that 62 per cent of UK directors say they have invested in replenishment optimisation in the last two years; 31 per cent say they will be investing further in replenishment optimisation in the next two years.


Delaware Beach Replenishment Pushed Further Into Summer

U.S. News

WBOC-TV reports the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' website now lists June 1 as the start date for the first stage of the project, at Bethany Beach. In February, Army Corps of Engineers spokesman Steve Rochette said a limited number of dredges nationwide had delayed the schedule for work in Bethany Beach, South Bethany Beach, and Fenwick Island.


Fish reproductive-energy output increases disproportionately with body size

Science

Body size determines total reproductive-energy output. Most theories assume reproductive output is a fixed proportion of size, with respect to mass, but formal macroecological tests are lacking. Management based on that assumption risks underestimating the contribution of larger mothers to replenishment, hindering sustainable harvesting. We test this assumption in marine fishes with a phylogenetically controlled meta-analysis of the intraspecific mass scaling of reproductive-energy output. We show that larger mothers reproduce disproportionately more than smaller mothers in not only fecundity but also total reproductive energy.


Delays Push Delaware Beach Replenishment Into Summer

U.S. News

Army Corps of Engineers spokesman Steve Rochette tells The News Journal of Wilmington that a limited number of dredges nationwide has delayed the schedule for work in Bethany Beach, South Bethany Beach and Fenwick Island.


CPG: The Post-Replenishment Supply Chain Challenge

Forbes - Tech

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