Beverage Marketing Corporation State of the Beverage industry 2013

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Beverage Marketing Corporation State of the Beverage industry 2013

  1. 1. Welcome!
  2. 2. Moderator Jeff Cioletti Editor in Chief Beverage World Magazine
  3. 3. Agenda • In-Depth Data & Analysis on Major Beverage Categories →Energy/Functional Drinks → Beer →Carbonated Soft Drinks → Wine → Bottled Water → Spirits → RTD Tea & Coffee → Hard Cider • Panel of Multi-Beverage Experts • Solution Snapshots from Sponsors •Interactive Polling Questions • Q&A: Submit Qs at Any Time • Evaluation Questions Twitter: @Beverage_World #BWCast14
  4. 4. Panelists Michael Bellas Chairman & CEO Beverage Marketing Corp. Gary Hemphill Managing Director & COO BMC Research Beverage Marketing Corp.
  5. 5. Thank You to Our Sponsors
  6. 6. Liquid Refreshment
  7. 7. Liquid Refreshment
  8. 8. Bottled Water
  9. 9. Panelists Michael Bellas Chairman & CEO Beverage Marketing Corp. Gary Hemphill Managing Director & COO BMC Research Beverage Marketing Corp.
  10. 10. Energy Drinks
  11. 11. Panelists Michael Bellas Chairman & CEO Beverage Marketing Corp. Gary Hemphill Managing Director & COO BMC Research Beverage Marketing Corp.
  12. 12. RTD Coffee 6.2% Source: Beverage Marketing Corporation
  13. 13. RTD Tea
  14. 14. Carbonated Soft Drinks
  15. 15. Coconut Water Volume: +27% 19 Million Gallons
  16. 16. Panelists Michael Bellas Chairman & CEO Beverage Marketing Corp. Gary Hemphill Managing Director & COO BMC Research Beverage Marketing Corp.
  17. 17. Solution Snapshot John Deris Senior VP, National Sales Fleet Management Solutions Ryder System, Inc.
  18. 18. Proprietary and Confidential | John Deris, Senior Vice President, National Sales Ryder System Inc. Welcome 18
  19. 19. Proprietary and Confidential | 19 Did you know? We have Our 1st lease customerin We have over We workwith 80+ 1938 4K 9/10 Years of Experience Working with Food & Beverage Companies Champagne Velvet Beer Food & Beverage Customers of the Top F&B Companies OUR EXPERIENCE For more information visit www.ryder.com
  20. 20. Proprietary and Confidential | 20 Did you know? 210K 3K 500 20M Vehicles in our Fleet Refrigerated and Multi-Temp Vehicles NaturalGas Vehicles Miles run by our NaturalGas Vehicles OUR FLEET For more information visit www.ryder.com
  21. 21. Proprietary and Confidential | 21 Did you know? 235 840 5K 1K Warehousing Facilities Under Management Maintenance Facilities Certified Maintenance Technicians Refrigeration Maintenance Specialists OUR NETWORK For more information visit www.ryder.com
  22. 22. Proprietary and Confidential | 22 Did you know? OUR CAPABILITIES Fleet Management • Full Service Lease • Contract Maintenance • On-Demand Maintenance • On Site and Mobile Maintenance • Fleet Support Services • Commercial Rental • Used Vehicle Sales Supply Chain Solutions • Distribution Management • Transportation Management • Dedicated Transportation • Inventory and Warehouse Management • Packaging • Network Optimization • Professional Services For more information visit www.ryder.com
  23. 23. Proprietary and Confidential | 23 Did you know? OUR CUSTOMERS For more information visit www.ryder.com
  24. 24. Beer Source: Beverage Marketing Corporation
  25. 25. Beer
  26. 26. Craft Beer
  27. 27. Panelists Michael Bellas Chairman & CEO Beverage Marketing Corp. Gary Hemphill Managing Director & COO BMC Research Beverage Marketing Corp.
  28. 28. David Crist Senior VP, Sales & Marketing Brother Mobile Solutions, Inc. Solution Snapshot
  29. 29. Direct store delivery is more challenging than ever • Growing number of SKUs • Need for accurate, professional paper trail • Need for greater speed and efficiency • Need for devices that will integrate easily with operating systems and software Enabling the Route With mobile technology that works for you today and evolves with you into the future
  30. 30. How can you meet these challenges?  Integrated route management software suites  Extending wireless technology to pull and feed data in real time  Linking software -> wireless -> mobile printing o Gain real-time visibility over all events o Provide route/delivery changes in real time o Increase transaction and billing velocity o Improve customer satisfaction: ▪ Print order, delivery, and sales confirmations on site. ▪ Process and confirm customer changes faster, and more accurately
  31. 31. How can Brother Mobile Solutions help?  Complete range of wireless-enabled mobile thermal printing solutions o PocketJet® full-page mobile printers o RuggedJet™ 4" and 3" mobile receipt and label printers  Wireless-enabled models to print from laptops, handhelds and popular tablets and smartphones  All use reliable thermal printing technology o Dependable even in extreme heat and cold o Few moving parts than inkjets or dot matrix – less to go wrong o Easy to maintain – only one consumable: Brother™ paper  Variety of mounts and carry cases available
  32. 32. PocketJet® full-page mobile printers Printing full-page documents? The cost of impact printers must be wearing you down PocketJet® Advantages: • Low Cost of Ownership: No ink or ribbons, highly reliable, with a cost per page that remains constant regardless of how much print is on a page • Reliable: Thermal print technology is inherently reliable – using a very limited number of moving parts and operating under a wide range of environmental conditions • Print Quality: Thermal technology uses precise temperature and contact with the paper to place a pixel (printed dot) onto a page. This means precise placement of every dot producing high print quality character and graphic images • Easy to Maintain: There are no consumables such as ink or ribbons to replace. There are no scheduled maintenance parts
  33. 33. RuggedJet™ 4 Series mobile thermal receipt and label printers Considering iPads and iPhones in the field? We’ve got you covered RuggedJet™ 4 Series • Up to 5 ips, at industry-standard up to 203dpi resolution • IP54 certification for dust and moisture; 6 ft. drop protection • Prints receipts and labels from 2" to 4" wide from convenient drop-in rolls • Models available with: USB 2.0, Serial and Bluetooth® or Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n) interfaces • AirPrint™ compliant for easy printing from Apple® devices • Optional magnetic card reader available* * Additional purchase required. Every industry is evaluating the use of consumer devices for the field. You need to view printers as a piece of your durable infrastructure and whatever evolutionary decisions you make our printers will move with you. First small format 4" mobile printer to be Apple® AirPrint™ certified
  34. 34. RuggedJet™ 3 Series mobile thermal receipt and label printers For fast, reliable printing of labels and receipts up to 3" wide RuggedJet™ 3 Series • Up to 4.5 ips, at industry-standard up to 203dpi resolution • Color LCD display and interactive menus (RJ-3150) • IP54 certification for dust and moisture; 5 ft. drop protection • Prints receipts and labels from 1" to 3" wide from convenient drop-in rolls • Dual radio – Wi-Fi® (802.11b/g/n) and Bluetooth® interfaces • Compatible with Windows®, iOS®, and Android™ systems (AirPrint™ coming soon) • Industry-leading 2-year “bumper-to-bumper” warranty** against defects and damage, standard ** See limited warranty for details. For warranty information, ask your Brother Mobile Solutions, Inc. sales representative or visit www.brothermobilesolutions.com.
  35. 35. Your mobile printer should be part of your durable infrastructure Choose a reliable, field-tested printer that integrates with the devices and operating systems you use today … and evolves with you into the future.
  36. 36. Brother Mobile Solutions, Inc. What can we do to help you today? www.brothermobilesolutions.com
  37. 37. Cider
  38. 38. Panelists Michael Bellas Chairman & CEO Beverage Marketing Corp. Gary Hemphill Managing Director & COO BMC Research Beverage Marketing Corp.
  39. 39. Spirits Volume: +1.9% Revenue: +4.5%
  40. 40. Spirits Source: DISCUS
  41. 41. Spirits Source: DISCUS
  42. 42. Wine Source: IRI (C-Store (Supermarkets, Drugstores, Mass Market Retailers, Gas/C-Stores, Military Commissaries and Select Club & Dollar Retail Chains) Volume: +2%
  43. 43. Panelists Michael Bellas Chairman & CEO Beverage Marketing Corp. Gary Hemphill Managing Director & COO BMC Research Beverage Marketing Corp.
  44. 44. Q&A
  45. 45. THANK YOU! www.beverageworld.com
  46. 46. Panelists Michael Bellas Chairman & CEO Beverage Marketing Corp. Gary Hemphill Managing Director & COO BMC Research Beverage Marketing Corp.
  47. 47. Thank You to Our Sponsors

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