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400 thsd. pillows - in one weekend

In the late 1970s, luxury bedding products were sold exclusively through specialty stores. When Aldi - a 4000 stores German supermarket chain then known for food products only - started merchandising non-food products (in needing with the Novitesse and Dormia brands), the traditional trade was sceptical. With an unbeatable value-for-money proposition though, Aldi quickly outgrew the traditional sales channels. In the process, Richard Behr & Co. developed automated production capabilities, massive logistics capacities, and robust international supply chains. Richard Behr & Co. now can ship more than 400 thsd. pillows and/or comforters, in one weekend, to in this case 11 distribution centers throughout central Europe.

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1. Mini-case-study - 400 thsd. pillows - in one weekend

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