CPG - Industrial - Distribution
Globalization of sourcing, reductions in the number of suppliers and offshore production are the context for consumer packaged goods (CPG) and durables. With flexible factories specialising by product family and the use of multiple distribution channels (to retailers via central purchasing, specialised and international distribution channels, retail and distribution through Internet marketplaces) require market participants to be more competitive on price while providing personalized service.
These factors are pushing companies to invest in efficient solutions to drive their supply chain and reduce inventory levels while improving flexibility. Key areas of focus include proactive risk management, effective life cycle managment of the products, collaborative processes between internal and external partners and optimizing the use of resources.
|ABB||Chantal Thomass||La Poste|
|Aircelle (Groupe Safran)||Dim||Lampe Berger|
|Allègre Puériculture (Tigex)||DMC||Lancel|
|Atlantic Industries||DS Smith Packaging||Manuli Sonatra|
|Babolat||Eau Ecarlate (Vigor, Vu, Eparcyl)||Meubles Demeyere|
|Bouygues Telecom||Fattal Holding||Plasto|
|Butagaz||Georgia Pacific (Lotus, Vania...)||Playtex|
|Caisse d'Epargne||Hutchinson||Royal Canin|
|Cerland (Groupe Wolsley)||Kenwood||Vilmorin|