For years, manufacturers and brands have worked to reduce cost of manufacturing (CoM) as a means to reducing their net landed costs of goods.
However, this strategy is reaching its limits. Today, a growing number of companies, and in particular those with significant parcel shipping costs, are revisiting their cost of distribution (CoD) to further reduce costs. When a company’s CoD represents a significant portion of its net landed cost of goods, opportunities abound to cut costs and increase profit margins.
Trying new approaches to reduce the CoD can yield surprising results. This educational paper highlights ways to reduce your net landed cost of goods, by revisiting your company’s CoD costs. Find out how you can get better control by focusing on common areas of cost overages.
Download our white paper, “The Other Half of Your Net Landed Cost of Goods,” to learn more.