Supply chain planning firm Barloworld Supply Chain Software (SCS) has announced a new partnership with the Bern-based transport firm Xplanis as part of a new drive to grow its international partner network.
Barloworld Supply Chain Software (Barloworld SCS) celebrated some of its top software users of 2014 including SAB Miller, Travis Perkins, Britvic, Findel, One Stop Stores and Lisi Aerospace with an awards ceremony at its annual User Forum event.
Barloworld Supply Chain Software (BWSCS), a leading provider of strategic and tactical supply chain solutions for demand, supply planning, network & transport design and optimisation, is announcing it has entered into partnership with ISB Global.
Barloworld Supply Chain Software (BWSC), held an event at its office in Paris this week, which attracted a diverse influential audience of over 70 people including representatives from large organisations from various sectors such as aerospace & defences, luxury wines & spirits, power generation, grocery retail, 3 PLs, high tech & telecommunications.
Speedy France (part of the Kwik Fit group) has announced a strong improvement in the availability of its products and a significant reduction in inventory following its decision to implement OPTIMIZA, the inventory management and demand planning software from Barloworld SCS.
Metis Consulting, a leading supply chain management firm in France, has chosen CAST Aurora software from Barloworld Supply Chain Software, to support its increasing number of network design projects.
Barloworld Supply Chain Software (BWSCS) has strengthened its presence in the Americas following an agreement with Belge Consulting, a leading supply chain consultancy and solutions provider.
Bunzl Healthcare, one of the UK’s leading providers of medical consumables, has announced that it has seen a number of key benefits following the implementation of the OPTIMIZA demand planning and inventory management solution from Barloworld Supply Chain Software (Barloworld SCS), in February 2013. These include an overall reduction in inventory and a significant reduction in the number of lines ordered and receipted within its distribution network.