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Packagingandthevaluechain ol

  1. 1. Packaging and the Value Chain: The situation of Shelf Ready Packaging ? Olivier LABASSE General manager ECR France - ECR Europe Board member
  2. 2. Packaging: 3 levels From factory to warehouse and from warehouse to point of sale, packaging system consist of: Primary packaging : Sale’s packaging for the shopper Secondary packaging : packaging of grouping (cases, boxes…) Tertiary packaging : Support packaging (pallet, trolley, container…) 1 2 3
  3. 3. Efficient unit loads’ way
  4. 4. Fast moving/high volume product on display pallet produced to order and cross-docked to store
  5. 5. Slow moving/small volume product produced to stock and picked on primary level to store order
  6. 6. End of the Supply Chain: from the Store backroom
  7. 7. Point of sale To the shop floor
  8. 8. Shelf Ready Packaging: definition and value judgement Shelf Ready Packaging (SRP) is the term used to refer to a product that comes in a ready merchandised unit which is easy to identify, easy to open, can easily be put onto the shelf and disposed of, allowing an optimisation of shelf replenishment and enhanced visibility. SRP cannot be considered as a standalone best practice, whose generalization would bring substantial and measurable benefits at the industry level. Its implementation should follow a case-by-case iterative, rather than systematic or dogmatic approach.
  9. 9. The 7 Guiding Principles of ECR <ul><li>Always of Value to the Shopper, Retailer and Manufacturer </li></ul><ul><li>2. Compliance with Environmental Legislation and Public Policy Concerns </li></ul><ul><li>3. Avoid Fragmentation and Complexity </li></ul><ul><li>4. Maintain Brand Identity </li></ul><ul><li>5. Measure Implementation </li></ul><ul><li>6. Requirement of Long-term Commitment from Retailers and Manufacturers </li></ul><ul><li>7. Compliance with total Supply Chain Efficiency Principles </li></ul>
  10. 10. SRP Functional Requirements Easy dispose Easy shop Easy Open Easy Shelf Easy ID Optimized SRP
  11. 11. SRP Business Case Methodology
  12. 12. Step 4 : Define & Evaluate Alternative Solutions
  13. 13. Step 4 : Define & Evaluate Alternative Solutions
  14. 14. Step 5: Agree Relevant Business Case Drivers
  15. 15. Step 5: Agree Relevant Business Case Drivers
  16. 16. Shelf Ready Packaging
  17. 17. Consumers’ attitudes toward SRP Source: IGD’s International SRP Report, www.igd.com/rrp
  18. 18. Consumers’ attitudes toward SRP Source: IGD’s International SRP Report, www.igd.com/rrp
  19. 19. Step 7: Implementation and selected improvement In France, 6 000 à 8 000 Sku’s Shelf Ready Packaging Around 5 000 Around 3 000 Easy dispose Easy shop Easy Open Easy Shelf Easy ID From SRP to optimize SRP
  20. 20. France: Shelf Ready Packaging Easy ID
  21. 21. France: Shelf Ready Packaging Easy Open
  22. 22. France: Shelf Ready Packaging Easy Shelf
  23. 23. France: Shelf Ready Packaging Easy shop
  24. 24. France: Shelf Ready Packaging Easy shop
  25. 25. France: Shelf Ready Packaging Easy dispose
  26. 26. Essential requirements to the manufacturing and composition of packaging (Extracts from European directive 94/62/CE) <ul><li>Packaging shall be so manufactured that the packaging volume and weight be limited to the minimum adequate amount to maintain the necessary level of safety, hygiene, and acceptance for the packed product and for the consumer </li></ul><ul><li>Packaging shall be designed, produced and commercialized in such a way as to permit its re-use or recovery, including recycling, and to minimize its impact on the environment when packaging waste or residues from packaging waste management operations are disposed of </li></ul><ul><li>… </li></ul>
  27. 27. Compliance with essential requirements : European norms (JOUE 19/02/2005) PREVENTION QUANTITATIVE Packagings source reduction EN 13428 – 2000/4 RE-USE (optional) EN 13429 MATERIAL RECOVERY EN 13430 ENERGY RECOVERY EN 13431 COMPOSTING BIODEGRADATION EN 13432 HEAVY METALS 100ppm QUALITATIVE Source reduction of substances noxious for the environment EN 13428/C
  28. 28. The European definition of packaging waste prevention <ul><li>« The reduction of the quantity & of the harmfulness for the environment of: </li></ul><ul><li>Materials & substances contained in packaging and packaging waste </li></ul><ul><li>Packaging and packaging waste at production process level and at the marketing, distribution, utilization and elimination stages. » </li></ul><ul><li>This definition covers the whole life cycle of the product-packaging mix </li></ul>Source : European Directive 94/62/EC, 3d article
  29. 29. Sustainability Index  develop the sustainability index. With this initiative, we are helping create a more transparent supply chain, driving product innovation and ultimately providing our customers with information they need to assess products’ sustainability. The index is being introduced in three phases: Step 1: Supplier Sustainability Assessment  a brief survey to evaluate their own companies’ sustainability, focus on four areas: energy and climate; material efficiency; natural resources; and people and community. Step 2: Lifecycle Analysis Database  create a consortium of universities to collaborate with suppliers, retailers, non-governmental organizations and government officials. Step 3: A Simple Tool for Customers  To provide customers with product information in a simple, convenient, easy to understand manner so they can make choices and consume in a more sustainable way.
  30. 37. Thank you for your attention, any questions ?

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