Exel's fourth vision suite brings supply chain solutions to life

Exel, the global leader in supply chain management, has opened its fourth demonstration centre, or Vision Suite, in Mechelen, Belgium, and offers both existing and potential customers the opportunity to view and experience demonstrations and simulations of Exels supply chain solutions. This enables the Company to showcase the services it offers. Adjacent to Exels European Managed Transport Services hub, companies can also view Exels transport solutions in action.

Exels Group Strategy Director, Jon Bumstead, said, With industries coming out of recession and now confronted with major industry issues such as international supply chain management, Working Time Directive and EU expansion, increasingly, organisations are asking us to help them to innovate within their supply chain. What better way to achieve this, than by using the Vision Suite in Mechelen, the latest technology, and a stimulating environment, to create live, interactive demonstrations.

The Suite showcases solution sets from every sector within Exel from Inventory Optimisation within Exels Industrial and Automotive sectors, to International Supply Chain Management and Home Delivery within the Companys Retail sector. It is also the location of Exels European Managed Transport Services, which manages and consolidates roadfreight for a number of customers across mainland Europe through its innovative
Control Tower operation. Via a combination of interactive pods, IT
demonstrations, animations, videos and supply chain simulations, visitors have the opportunity to experience the diverse world of supply chain  management.

Exels additional Vision Suites exist in the UK (two) and Singapore. Bumstead concluded, Feedback on the Vision Suite from the 15 customers who have visited so far has been very positive. Todays supply chains are constantly evolving and it is part of Exels role to bring our solutions to life to ensure that we deliver value for our customers."

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