McLane chosen to provide
Jack in the Box outlets
with supply chain services
Aug 12, 2010 10:09 AM
The National Franchisee Purchasing Cooperative Inc (NFPC), which provides cooperative purchasing to Jack in the Box franchisees, has chosen McLane Foodservice to provide supply chain services for its Jack in the Box member restaurants. McLane Foodservice is a unit of McLane Company Inc.
McLane will provide NFPC and its members with foodservice supply chain services including logistics, procurement, and inventory management systems. Its national reach and local distribution centers present an opportunity for operational efficiencies and growth support for the NFPC.
“With an impressive client roster and a history of superior supply chain services, McLane is an ideal fit to help us grow the cooperative,” said Dave Woodruff, president of NFPC. “We have complete confidence in McLane and know that our Jack in the Box co-op member restaurants will be served well through this partnership.”
McLane provides grocery and foodservice supply chain systems for thousands of convenience stores, mass merchants, drug stores, and military locations, as well as thousands of chain restaurants throughout the United States. With 38 distribution centers and a large private fleet, the company delivers more than 10 billion pounds of merchandise annually to customers in every US state and county. A wholly owned unit of Berkshire Hathaway Inc (NYSE: BRK), McLane employs 15,000 workers globally. For more information, visit www.mclaneco.com.
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