Fosters Group Extends RedPrairie Supply Chain Rollout

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RedPrairie, a world leading consumer driven optimisation company, have announced that it has been selected by Fosters to supply and implement supply chain execution systems for its Logistics Network Transformation Project in Australia.
 
This project will see the integration of Fosters Australian former Southcorp and Beringer Blass wine, and its Carlton & United Beverages beer and Ready To Drink (RTD) logistics networks into multi-beverage facilities with the ability to provide one order and one delivery for Australian customers.
 
Standardised infrastructure, simplified processes and common warehouse management and transport management systems will be implemented to ready Fosters to provide one delivery to Australian customers.
 
RedPrairie is pleased to be part of Fosters solution to reach its customers nationally with best-in-class delivery service. Ten facilities in all States and Territories of Australia will be commissioned over the next eighteen months.
 
This partnership with Fosters Group extends the existing relationship that has seen successful implementations in very large Fosters facilities in Yatala (near Brisbane) and in South Australia.
 
Foster's Group is a leading premium global multi-beverage company delivering a total portfolio of beer, wine, spirits, cider and non-alcohol beverages. Its products are enjoyed by consumers all over the world.
 
 
About RedPrairie Corporation

RedPrairie is a world leading consumer driven optimisation company. Built on an advanced Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) developed over the past 10 years, the RedPrairie integrated suite of end-to-end (E2eTM) solutions offers on-demand capabilities to over 25,000 sites worldwide for many of the worlds largest companies.

RedPrairies end-to-end (E2e) solutions synchronize people and products throughout the customer buying cycle to ensure goods reach the right place at the right time. At the point of sale, this means consumers have access to desired products and that the store is staffed with the right people to help them make their purchases. In the production cycle, it means suppliers and manufacturers time and synchronise shipments and production based on demand signals from the retailer. And in the back room of the store, it means having the least amount of inventory, solving the last yard problem of the retail supply chain.
 

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