Barloworld Supply Chain Software launches CINO V2 at Multimodal 2012
Written by Molokini
Written on Thursday, 17 May 2012
Barloworld Supply Chain Software officially launched CINO V2, its latest supply chain software for Combined Inventory and Network Optimisation (CINO), at Multimodal 2012 with live demonstrations on the stand.
“By combining MEIO with optimised routing and sourcing technologies, CINO V2 is able to calculate optimum inventory policies to ensure customer service target levels are achieved at the minimum cost” says Nick Newby-Ricci, Business Development Manager - EMEA at Barloworld SCS. “It can also help to quickly evaluate the impact of unplanned events and model alternative plans to mitigate risk, as well as manage constraints and support lean or agile strategies.”
CINO V2 software helps businesses to achieve greater transparency and the ability to model end to end inventory flows, so they are able to reduce working capital and consistently realise targeted service performance levels.
“In the current economic climate many businesses face the challenge of how to deliver the level of service that customers require in order to compete effectively” adds Nick Newby-Ricci. “Traditional approaches to inventory management are not capable of calculating inventory policies that enable the service level that customers demand with an acceptable level of working capital.”
Multimodal is the UK and Ireland's leading freight transport and logistics exhibition and has evolved into an annual one stop shop for shippers who need to find ways of optimising their supply chain and transportation flows and suppliers of transportation services. Attending Multimodal provides the opportunity to compare suppliers, strategies and modes and network with cargo owners.
Barloworld SCS exhibited and demonstrated a range of supply chain modelling and inventory optimising software at Multimodal 2012. The company offers a comprehensive suite of Smart software based solutions to help businesses enhance their entire supply chains, through the application of warehouse location planning, service lead-time analysis, stock profiling and classification, inventory forecasting, demand planning and excess stock management. Visit www.barloworldscs.com for more information.
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NOTES TO EDITORS
“Barloworld Supply Chain Software develops flexibly deployed software solutions,
to enable clients to solve scalable & complex supply chain planning challenges,
at the Supply Chain Design, Deployment and Execution level,
supported by proven methodologies & processes, and international domain experts in Supply Chain Network & Inventory performance”
Barloworld Supply Chain Software is a leading global supply chain planning company, providing expertise, tools and solutions to help companies optimise their supply chain networks, inventory and transportation.
It has over 20 years’ experience in supply chain planning, with more than 400 software installations across over 600 international clients, supported from offices in the UK, France, USA, South Africa, U.A.E, China and partners worldwide.
Barloworld Supply Chain Software provides planning software and methodologies to support supply chain efficiency and continuous performance improvement. It offers global solutions in: Supply chain network design, Demand planning and forecasting, Inventory management, Inventory strategy & Integrated demand and supply planning.
Barloworld Supply Chain Software is part of the Logistics arm of Barloworld Plc, a South African multinational with over 18,600 employees and a turnover of more than $7.2 billion.
For further information please visit www.barloworldscs.com
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