USA: Nestle Develops PVF Supply Agreement with supplyFORCE.com
supplyFORCE.com(SM), a premier provider of fully integrated, B2B e-commerce, supply chain management solutions for the procurement of industrial and construction supplies, announced that it has been named a preferred supplier under a multi-year agreement with Nestle USA. Under the terms of the agreement, supplyFORCE.com will provide Web-based procurement capability of all Pipe, Valves and Fittings supplies to Nestle's U.S. facilities. Nestle's 30-plus U.S. facilities have handled the purchasing process locally in the past. By consolidating its U.S. PVF purchases and employing supplyFORCE.com's end-to-end integrated services, Nestle is reducing transactional costs. supplyFORCE.com estimates a ten percent savings overall for Nestle in procurement costs. The facilities covered in the agreement include manufacturing facilities in the Beverage, Confections & Snacks, Prepared Foods, PetCare, Nutrition and Food Services divisions of Nestle USA. supplyFORCE.com's services will include: negotiating national pricing with manufacturers, insuring consistent pricing from multiple suppliers for Nestle customer locations, establishing and assuring local delivery performance metrics, ensuring customer satisfaction and providing local technical support. "The agreement with Nestle USA represents an endorsement of our integrated procurement strategy," said Bill Weisberg, President and CEO of supplyFORCE.com. "We look forward to a growing relationship with Nestle as we continue expanding supplyFORCE.com's capabilities and creating the e-business industrial supply solution."
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