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LeanLogistics Adds Independent Foodservice Distributors to Client Network

HOLLAND, MI (July 10, 2012)—Transportation management system (TMS) and supply chain services provider LeanLogistics signed on independent foodservice distributors Maines Paper & Foodservice Inc., Reinhart Foodservice LLC, Shamrock Foodservice and Nicholas & Co. Inc. to its growing client network.

The companies collaborated in a comprehensive search and evaluation of TMS software providers and wanted to learn about the software LeanLogistics could provide.

LeanLogistics’ On-Demand TMS provides complete daily planning, execution and settlement functions as well as periodic strategic procurement events. Companies have access to the LeanLogistics Transportation Network, which provides collaborative opportunities which leading to supplier inbound management; appointment scheduling; business intelligence; and reporting capabilities not available in traditionally installed or hosted TMS software.

On-Demand TMS enables complex companies to improve overall supply chain management in a cooperative environment,” said Jeff Potts, Senior Vice President of Sales, LeanLogistics. “To be selected by industry-leading foodservice distributors like these for our innovative and collaborative transportation technology is an honor.”

The four independently-owned foodservice distributors provide food products and operational services to companies ranging from single-unit and regional chain restaurants to educational and healthcare institutions to convenience stores, country clubs, camps, and more. Leveraging the shared opportunities presented in the LeanLogistics Transportation Network will enable each of the companies to expand its service offerings and demonstrate a commitment to sustainability and efficiency to its customers.

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