GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2023
Must-Know Distribution Kpis [Latest Report]
Highlights: The Most Important Distribution Kpis
- 1. Inventory Turnover
- 2. Order Cycle Time
- 3. Order Picking Accuracy
- 4. On-Time Delivery
- 5. Order Fill Rate
- 6. Carrying Costs
- 7. Perfect Order Rate
- 8. Obsolete Inventory
- 9. Order Visibility
- 10. Shipment Accuracy
- 11. Dock-to-Stock Time
- 12. Stock Availability
- 13. Return Rate
- 14. Transportation Cost per Unit
- 15. Warehouse Utilization
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Distribution Kpis: Our Guide
In today’s fast-paced business landscape, understanding key performance indicators (KPIs) in distribution is crucial for developing effective strategies. Our latest report delves into the must-know distribution KPIs that can give you a competitive edge. Learn how these indicators can drive growth, streamline your supply chain process, and maximize profitability in your organization.
The number of times a company sells and replaces its inventory within a given period.
Order Cycle Time
Measures the total time taken from receiving an order to delivering it, reflecting the efficiency of the order fulfillment process.
Order Picking Accuracy
Represents the percentage of accurately picked items from the warehouse, impacting customer satisfaction and overall distribution costs.
The percentage of orders that are delivered to the customer within the agreed-upon time frame, positively affecting customer satisfaction and retention.
Order Fill Rate
Represents the percentage of total customer orders fulfilled from available inventory without any backorders.
The costs associated with holding, storing, and managing inventory.
Perfect Order Rate
Measures the percentage of orders delivered without any errors, such as incorrect items or damages.
Represents the percentage of non-saleable inventory in the distribution center.
Refers to the extent to which customers and the company can track an order in real-time.
Measures the proportion of shipments delivered accurately, reflecting the competency of pick, pack, and ship processes.
Represents the time taken to move items received at the dock to the appropriate storage location in the warehouse, reflecting warehouse efficiency.
Refers to the percentage of time a specific product is available in stock.
Represents the percentage of items returned by customers.
Transportation Cost Per Unit
Captures the average amount spent on shipping each unit to the customer, impacting distribution cost efficiency and overall profit margins.
Measures the percentage of warehouse space being effectively used for inventory storage, indicating how well the facility’s capacity is being utilized for distribution.
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