Sed El Bauchrieh, Lebanon (PressExposure) May 11, 2008 -- The BPC holding company owns partially or fully multiple companies in Lebanon such as; â¢ Sabil (Water bottling and Distribution Company) â¢ UNO Trading (FMCG- Tiffany and Turkish sweets) â¢ Midco co â¢ Homeline â¢ City Furniture â¢ Meico
BPC Holding has approached SNS with the objective of implementing a supply chain execution solution that would automate, optimize and increase the productivity of their warehousing processes. In addition, BPC Holding demanded a reliable warehouse management solution that would enable it to successfully track its warehouse stock, reduce the order cycle time, minimize the picking mistakes, as well as monitor the efficiency of its warehouse personnel.
Besides the implementation of a Warehouse Management System, BPC is planning to work with SNS in the near future to implement the following solutions: â¢ A route planning application to help BPC Holding optimize their shipment deliveries, and reduce their fuel costs â¢ A workshop maintenance system that allows BPC Holding to manage all the operations related to their workshop centre. â¢ A fleet management solution that would enable BPC Holding to manage and maintain their truck fleet. â¢ An integration solution, in partnership with Boomi, to integrate not only the mentioned solutions but also the different ERPs used by the multiple companies under the BPC Holding such as: Dataflow, Softmind, and Argus.
"Having gone through a vigorous assessment process, we believe that SNS' expertise will satisfy our needs," said Mr. Jean-Frederic Alam, General Manager of BPC Logistics. "We are confident that SNS will provide us with the right tools to achieve our strategic objectives."
"We are proud to offer our services to a company with a rich history of success and innovation like BPC Holding," said Mario Ghosn, General Manager at SNS. "SNS prides itself on the exceptional services our consultants provide in order to meet and exceed the client's expectations."
Business Projects Company (BPC) is a Lebanese holding company, established in 1978 to develop and hold investments in privately held companies around the world. Mr Salah Osseiran, chairman and owner, initially managed BPC from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia before the company transferred headquarters to Beirut, Lebanon in 1995. Its role includes active monitoring of investee performance, from board membership to daily involvement in management, as well as the placement of key employees in investee companies.