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    Winn-Dixie Streamlines Supply Chain with Manhattan Associates

    The grocer is using its distribution management and transportation management suites

    Winn-Dixie, has selected solutions from Atlanta-based Manhattan Associates’ Distribution Management and Transportation Lifecycle Management product suites to drive supply chain operations and get its products to shelves faster and more efficiently.

    “We looked to Manhattan Associates Supply Chain solutions to help us drive our key initiative of providing the freshest dairy, meat and produce from local providers to our customers,” said Chris Scott, senior vice president, supply chain and logistics of Jacksonville, Fla.-based Winn-Dixie. “Our goal is to bring the farm closer to the fork by connecting every link in our supply chain operation.”

    Winn-Dixie purchased Manhattan’s Warehouse Management, Slotting Optimization and Labor Management solutions from the Distribution Management suite of the Manhattan SCOPE portfolio, along with Yard Management and Fleet Management solutions from the Transportation Lifecycle Management product suite. In addition, the American grocer is using Supply Chain Intelligence, Total Cost to Serve, and the Extended Enterprise Management product suite.

    “Manhattan’s work with grocery leaders has helped us craft capabilities extremely well-suited to the industry—wisely using fuel, fully tapping capacity in trucks and warehouses and intelligently delivering different types of products with varying shelf lives to the right stores at the right time,” said Jeff Mitchell, EVP, americas, Manhattan Associates.

    Winn-Dixie is a subsidiary of BI-LO Holding, which is the ninth-largest traditional supermarket chain in the United States. Under the banner names of BI-LO and Winn-Dixie, the company employs 63,000 team members who serve customers in 688 grocery stores and 493 in-store pharmacies throughout the eight southeastern states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.

     

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