Papyrus adopts regional supply chain planning with AIMMS

Centralized daily planning cycle

Reduction in stock and stock locations

Reduced costs with a leaner network

Going from a supply chain concept to a central supply chain control tower application in 6 months.


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What you can achieve with AIMMS

Evaluate your complete product portfolio, including contribution margin, market share and more.
Compare various business scenarios, like highest margin, lowest cost and fastest growth.
Discover and analyze various alternative supply solutions to reduce your Cost-to-Serve.

"Most tools can only do one thing, like inventory management or production scheduling. AIMMS can do integrated planning so we can combine inventory and production optimization, and gain insight into both distribution costs and manufacturing costs."

Bob Woodburn, SVP Supply Chain Papyrus group

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Designing a new and innovative supply chain

Papyrus needed to reevaluate and update its supply chain design in order to be able to respond quickly to changing demand. In order to sustain their reputable service level and flexibility and arrive at the right cost level, they had to design a new and innovative supply chain. Papyrus worked with AIMMS and AIMMS implementation partner Districon to investigate and identify the best scenarios for improving their planning process. After six months of supply chain transformation, the company rolled out a supply chain control tower application.


About Papyrus

Papyrus, with net sales of EUR 1,604 million in 2013, is a leading European merchant in paper, facility supplies and industrial packaging. The company is currently present in 20 countries across Europe and employs some 2,000 people that support more than 68,000 customers. 


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