Barloworld Supply Chain Software opens new office in France

Global supply chain planning company, Barloworld Supply Chain Software (Barloworld SCS) is opening a new office in Paris, France on 20 June to help enhance local service levels.

Opening the new office follows a number of successes for Barloworld SCS in France in recent years, with customers including ThyssenKrupp Aerospace, Carglass France and FM Logistic. Gilles Alais, Country Manager - France at Barloworld Supply Chain Software, attributes these successes to the quality of the Barloworld SCS product suite and the level of support available to customers.

"Barloworld SCS provides a full suite of supply chain software solutions to assist business with supply chain planning, strategy and inventory optimisation, supported by supply chain consultancy and customer support" comments Gilles Alais. "Adding a local support base in France will enhance the service offering and level of support in the country."

There are four principle software solutions offered by Barloworld SCS. These include supply chain network modelling software, 'CAST Aurora', the multi-echelon inventory optimisation software, 'CINO', for inventory planning strategy, and 'Optimiza Demand Planner' and 'Optimiza Inventory Planner' for optimised inventory management and demand management.

"The Barloworld SCS product suite fits well within the French marketplace and the Barloworld SCS offering is very different to our competitors" adds Gilles. "We are noticing many businesses are putting more focus on supply chain planning so it is the right time to ensure that all Barloworld Supply Chain Software solutions and local support is readily available in France."

There will be an official launch of the office, with distinguished speakers and customer testimonials on Wednesday 20 June at the new premises in Paris, 20-22 Rue des Petits Hôtels 75010 Paris France. To reserve your seat and for further information please contact Gabrielle Barthelemy on

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