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Beer Giant Contracts with HighJump for Warehouse Solutions Needs

Global brewer InBev has chosen the HighJump Supply Chain Advantage suite for its worldwide warehouse operations, with the first implementation of the HighJump solutions to be in the U.K. later this year. InBev will use the solutions as part of a comprehensive IT strategy, designed to link disparate production facilities, strengthen process execution and improve management visibility with consolidated, real-time information.

InBev, Leuven, Belgium, has a portfolio of more than 200 brands, including such well-known brands as Stella Artois, Beck's, Leffe and Brahma.

"We wanted to work with a multinational company that not only understands the complexity of our supply chain operations, but also knows first-hand the importance of standardizing the underlying technologies to effectively support growth," says Koen Goossens, logistics director Western Europe, InBev.

Visit www.highjump.com.

Global brewer InBev has chosen the HighJump Supply Chain Advantage suite for its worldwide warehouse operations, with the first implementation of the HighJump solutions to be in the U.K. later this year. InBev will use the solutions as part of a comprehensive IT strategy, designed to link disparate production facilities, strengthen process execution and improve management visibility with consolidated, real-time information.

InBev, Leuven, Belgium, has a portfolio of more than 200 brands, including such well-known brands as Stella Artois, Beck's, Leffe and Brahma.

"We wanted to work with a multinational company that not only understands the complexity of our supply chain operations, but also knows first-hand the importance of standardizing the underlying technologies to effectively support growth," says Koen Goossens, logistics director Western Europe, InBev.

Visit www.highjump.com.