Oscar Cash & Carry - Who We Are

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  • Land area is 30,126.63 square meters (7.665 cuerdas)
    Zoning is Commercial
    Footprint is 74,600 square feet; total construction area is 85,100 square feet (building to land ratio is 19.5%)
    Footing is reinforced concrete, columns and beams are concrete, exterior walls are precast concrete panels, plaster and paint, floor is reinforced concrete slab, roof is metal deck over steel joists and precast concrete panels; inside clearance is 27 feet
    Original section – 1982; Expansion – 1986; Expansion – 2005
    Meat processing plant (USDA approved) is 2,500 sq. ft.
    Administrative Offices in 2nd floor Mezzanine is 3,500 sq. ft.
    Wine Store is 3,500 sq. ft. on two floors
    Loading dock (covered) is 160 feet by 16 feet wide capacity 14 trucks
    Loading dock (uncovered) is 120 feet by 20 feet capacity 11 trucks
    Shipping area is over 11,000 sq. ft. with capacity 6 trucks
    Two power generators (450kW Caterpillar & 600kW Caterpillar) and four diesel tanks totaling 3,300 gallons; one electrical substation
    Two above ground 640 gallon water tanks with electrical pumps; one 525 foot water well rated at 25-30 gallons per minute
  • Oscar Cash & Carry - Who We Are

    1. 1. Who We Are Oscar Super Cash & Carry 1
    2. 2. Agenda • History of Business • Vision, Mission, Values • Location • Business Operations: – Cash & Carry – Distribution – Quality Meats – La Cava de Oscar – Supermercados El Criollazo – Direct Store Delivery (DSD) 2
    3. 3. History • Frigorífico y Almacén del Turabo, Inc. was founded in 1974 as a grocery wholesaler. • In 1982, Oscar Súper Cash & Carry opens its doors. • In 1996, exporting to the Caribbean Islands began. • In 2000, Quality Meats, Inc. commenced operations. • In 2001, La Cava de Oscar opened its doors. • In 2006, El Criollazo was launched as an innovative marketing program for small and medium- sized grocery retailers. • In 2010, Supermercados El Criollazo was incorporated and began operations. • In 2012, Grocery Exporters is incorporated and export sales are reorganized. • In 2013, the 1st Food and Trade Show is conducted with great acclaim. • In 2014, we opened a new Direct Store Delivery (DSD) Division • In 2015, the new solar panel system became operational • Our warehouse is 80,000 square feet • We have over 8,000 SKUs available in inventory • We are full-line supplier in all the important categories for food and GM retailing and food service • Our clients: – Independent shops and supermarkets – Convenience stores – Bars, pubs, cafeterias, restaurants, street vendors – Independent pharmacies – Food Service Distributor 3
    4. 4. Vision, Mission, Values • Vision = To be the best full-line wholesaler in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean • Mission = Provide retailers the best variety of products, at competitive prices, at the right time. – Our two main taglines are: » We don’t compete with the retailer » More variety, better prices, better service, only at Oscar’s • Values = Our values are: excellence in all that we do, with the highest degree of respect, integrity, and service towards our clients, our employees, our community, our suppliers and our owners. 4
    5. 5. Location 5
    6. 6. Location 6
    7. 7. Floor Plan 7
    8. 8. Meat Processing Plant (USDA) Manufacturing Tax Exemption from Puerto Rico Government Marketing & Promotional Program for Small and Medium Grocery Stores Our main business Serving about 2,500 active commercial clients Main Purchasing and Selling entity (80% of sales) Nice little (profitable) wine shop Distribution Business to Puerto Rico Corporate Structure 8 Distribution Business to Caribbean and United States Direct Sales & Distribution (DSD) Division
    9. 9. General Manager Operations Cash & Carry Front End Grocery Non-Food Meat, Dairy, Produce La Cava de Oscar Warehouse & Distribution Receiving Shipping Storage Convenience Store Direct Sales Meat Processing Plant Purchasing & Marketing Supermercados El Criollazo Club Criollo Sales & Information Systems Information Systems Puerto Rico Distribution Caribbean Islands Distribution Merchandisers Accounting & Administration AP AR HR Head Cashier Functional Chart 9
    10. 10. Market Environment Frigorífico y Almacén del Turabo (OCC, QM, GE)* Competition •Local Wholesalers •Multinational Clubs •Local Retail Chains Puerto Rico Suppliers •Importers •Manufacturers United Status Suppliers •Multinational Corps •Wholesalers International Suppliers •Manufacturers United States Clients •Retailers Caribbean Islands Clients •Retailers •Wholesalers Puerto Rico Clients •Retailers •Food Service * OCC = Oscar Cash & Carry, QM = Quality Meats, GE = Grocery Exporters 10
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    15. 15. Cash & Carry Grocery Liquors* Wine* Non Food Meats* Dairy* Produce* •Oils •Rice •Grains •Juices •Soft Drinks •Cereals •Crackers •Candy •Canned Meats •Canned Seafood •Canned Pastas •Beer •Rum •Vodka •Whisky •Gin •Jug Wine •Spain •US •France •Italy •Argentina •Chile •South Africa •Australia •Germany •Portugal •Detergents •Paper Towels •Bath Tissue •Plastic, Foam Food Service Containers •Plastic, Foam Cups, Plates, Utensils Frozen: •Chicken •Pork •Beef •Turkey •Seafood Fresh: •Chicken •Pork •Beef •Turkey •Milk •Eggs •Cheeses •Cold Cuts •Margarine •Vegetables •Fruits * Not sold to Caribbean Island clients 15
    16. 16. Private Labels 16
    17. 17. Suppliers 17
    18. 18. Main Impact Areas OCC 18
    19. 19. Distribution Puerto Rico • Legacy sales routes throughout the Eastern part of Puerto Rico • Credit terms are Net 15 or Net 30 • Currently serve 113 clients, with 3 person salesforce, 1 merchandiser, 3 support personnel at office 19
    20. 20. Merchandising 20
    21. 21. Grocery Exporters St.Thomas Tortola St.Croix Antigua St.Maarten Anguilla St.Kitts VG St.Lucia Nevis Monserratt Dominica Martinica Barbados 21
    22. 22. Grocery Exporters - Caribbean • All clients are offered Cash & Carry prices and conditions • We help clients with their transportation arrangements • Currently serve 110 clients, with 1 traveling salesperson and the 3 support personnel at office • Credit terms are Pre-Paid • Export Tax Concession by Puerto Rico Government 22
    23. 23. Grocery Exporters – United States • Sales to independent grocery stores or chains located near large ex-patriot Puerto Rico population: – Orlando, Florida – Tampa, Florida – Worcester, Massachusetts 23
    24. 24. Direct Sales and Distribution (DSD) • “Cash Vans” • 9 salespersons • 10 refrigerated 14 foot vans • Sales are COD from what is available in the van • 600 clients 24
    25. 25. Dedicated Shipping Area 25
    26. 26. Quality Meats • USDA inspected Meat Processing Plant • It’s main clients are: – Oscar Cash & Carry – Large Food Service Distributor in Puerto Rico • Manufacturing Tax Concession by Puerto Rico Government 26
    27. 27. La Cava de Oscar • Our only retail operation • Over 750 wines • One of the largest craft beer departments of any retail store in Puerto Rico • Wine tastings twice per month • 6 wine circulars per year with special prices • Almost 3,500 email mailing list • 2,500 direct mail addresses 27
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    29. 29. Supermercados El Criollazo • Chain store program for small and medium-sized independent grocery stores. • We serve as a “central office and warehouse” for our customers: – Preparation of circular “flyer” every two weeks – Supplier negotiations – Distribution of marketing and promotional materials – Publicity in major newspaper – Store sign – Pre-order and preparation of weekly supply orders • There are 75 independent retail store operators that are participating in the program with whom we have signed agreements • There are 9 major suppliers in Puerto Rico with whom we have signed specific negotiations for the chain. 29
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    32. 32. Recent News • Governmental: – Exemption on charging sales tax in transactions with properly certified businesses – Awarded Maritime Transportation Grant for Export Sales • Business: – Held 5th Food & Trade Show in September, 2015 – Surpassed 80 participants in Supermercados El Criollazo (20 order via web) – Awarded grocery distribution contract to local wholly-owned small-format 52-store chain via web-orders – 7th consecutive year of Head Start program food distribution contract (New York Foundling) – Founder, Oscar Rivera, awarded the 2013-2014 Puerto Rico Food Industry’s highest honor, the Vicente Suárez Award – Awarded Wholesaler of the Year by the Small Business Retailers Association (Centro Unido de Detallistas) for 2014 – Purchased assets of convenience store distributor to launch Convenience Store Direct Sales Division for convenience stores, gasoline stations, and pharmacies – December 2014 32
    33. 33. Recent News • Capital Improvements projects 2013-2015 – Installation of Big Ass Fans - COMPLETED – Exterior Painting of Building (new colors) - COMPLETED – Upgrade of Refrigeration System - COMPLETED – Remodeling of Meat Processing plant (capacity increase) - COMPLETED – Installation of New Cash Register Countertops - COMPLETED – New high ceiling refrigerated and frozen sales and storage area (substitute of basement operation) – COMPLETED – Installation of Solar Panel System (decrease electricity bill by 45%) – AWARDED GOVERNMENT INCENTIVE - COMPLETED 33
    34. 34. Links to more information • www.oscarcc.com • www.elcriollazo.com 34
    35. 35. Questions 35

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