A telecom provider employs mechanics for home installation and repairs. Their vans contain a unique range of equipment, loose parts and connection materials.
- Phone: +31 (0)88 8228 000
- Email: email@example.com
Customers with digital television want their TV receiver to be replaced quickly in case of issues.
A producer of dozens of liquor brands sells its distributors promotional materials. Glasses, beer mats, flags, T-shirts… You name it.
A French mail-order company sells baby blankets. It turns out that a small percentage of the stock still contains production pins. That means the product is dangerous and cannot be sold. The company is considering sending the entire stock of 140,000 blankets back to the factory.
A gateway products manufacturer supplies modems to large-scale, international operators. On a basic level, each modem is identical. The manufacturer wants to be able to supply on demand, but doesn’t want to have too much in stock for one customer and too little for another.
One of the largest global beer breweries makes the change from brown to green bottles. Millions of 24 bottle crates are already in circulation. Because the crates’ turnover rate is unpredictable, the brewer will be receiving crates with both brown and green bottles for months.