Rexel chooses RELEX for advanced forecasting and replenishment capabilities.
Rexel France, a global expert in multi-channel professional distribution of products and services for the world of energy, has chosen RELEX Solutions, a provider of unified supply chain and retail planning solutions, to automate and optimize its French subsidiary’s supply chain forecasting, planning and replenishment processes.
Rexel France designs and distributes electrification solutions for businesses. The company advises and supports its 170,000 professional customers, enabling them to reconcile performance and responsibility: energy distribution, HVAC engineering, industrial automation, data & communication. Throughout France, more than 5,000 employees are committed to working closely with customers: thanks to the power of 450 branches, the expertise of 32 customer relations centers and the performance of 11 distribution centers, which ensure the delivery of nearly 100,000 products.
In a phase of sustained growth for the company and expansion of its offering, Rexel France is keen to improve its service and stock quality. To achieve this, the collaboration with RELEX will increase the automation of procurement processes and improve forecasting capabilities.
“In our search for a solution in line with our business objectives, RELEX Solutions stood out for its solid forecasting and replenishment capabilities. We are confident that this collaboration will not only address our current challenges, but also support our broader strategy to improve overall supply chain efficiency,” says Alexandre Kasmi, Supply Chain Director at Rexel France.
“Our commitment to driving transformation programs aligns perfectly with Rexel France’s vision for an agile and responsive supply chain,” says Stefano Scandelli, Senior Vice President of Sales for EMEA and APAC at RELEX Solutions. “We are convinced that our advanced capabilities will contribute significantly to the optimization of Rexel France’s supply chain network.”
Rexel France will be supported by Diagma, a supply chain management consultancy firm, in carrying out this transformation.