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2010 Nds Presentation

  1. 1. Nationwide Distribution Services Organization and Services
  2. 2. Nationwide Express, Inc. Corporate Overview * Year Founded 1981 * Ownership Privately Held Corporation * Projected 2009 Revenue $55,000,000 * Corporate Headquarters Shelbyville, TN (USA) * Business Units Nationwide Express – Asset Base Provider of Irregular Route Truckload Services Nationwide Dedicated Services – Asset Based Provider of Contract Equipment, Drivers & Maintenance Nationwide Distribution Services (NDS) - Asset Based Provider of Warehousing & Distribution Services Nationwide Express Logistics – Non Asset Based Service Provider of Land, Rail, Air and Sea Transportation Services
  3. 3. Nationwide Express, Inc. Corporate Overview (continued) * Financial Information Subscriber to Dun & Bradstreet Verification #MV – 055892863 3A-1 Rating * Information System LAN Based PC Network Utilizing IBM AS/400e Server. * Web Site www.nationwide-express.com * Corporate Awards Ranked as One of the Top Ten Regional Carriers in the USA by the American Trucking Association – ATA Recipient of Tom Landry’s “Champion of Industry” – Quality/Service Award Recipient of Liberty Mutual’s “Gold Fleet Safety Award” Highest award for safety given by Liberty Mutual
  4. 4. Nationwide Distribution Services (NDS)  Warehousing and Distribution Services Company for the United States.  Providing food grade quality facilities in the following states; Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia and South Carolina.  Our available resources provide many benefits, including the flexibility to shift distribution operations to meet changing market demands and the ability to scale space needs for seasonal or cyclical distribution models.
  5. 5. Industries Served  Automotive  Direct to consumer fulfillment  Food and Beverage  Electronics  Retail  Business to Business
  6. 6. Services State of the art Distribution and Warehousing Complete Supply Chain Management Pick and Pack Cross Dock/Devaning Repacking and value-added services Real time inventory visibility Reverse logistics, returns and exchange management Light Manufacturing Just-in-time distribution Fulfillment Full EDI Capabilities
  7. 7. Nationwide Distribution Services (NDS) Division Overview Division Formed 1986 NDS Facility Locations: •Shelbyville, TN 150,000 Square Feet •Loudon, TN 330,000 Square Feet •Statesville, NC 150,000 Square Feet •Columbia, SC 80.000 Square Feet •Roswell, GA 70,000 Square Feet
  8. 8. Nationwide Distribution Services 354 Crawford Rd. Statesville, NC 28625 600 mile – Statesville, NC
  9. 9. Nationwide Distribution Services 5000 Kimberly Way Loudon, TN 37774
  10. 10. Distribution Cross Docking Inventory Management Consolidation Sequencing Repacking Light assembly Kitting Transportation
  11. 11. History  Kimberly Clark ◦ Have operated for 13 years and continue to manage their finished goods distribution. ◦ Operate up to 330,000 square feet of distribution. ◦ Manage inventory for 28 SKU’s. ◦ Operate and drive their “SAP” system. ◦ Manage 600-1000 truckloads per month.
  12. 12. History Peterbilt  Received volume quantities of parts from plastics supplier on the West Coast.  Warehousing, kitting, sequencing, and delivery of plastic interior trim parts.  Received production requirements from the assembly plant.  Picked and packed kits for each truck.  Loaded kits in sequenced order based on production schedule. PBR/Bosch  Just in time raw materials and returnable dunnage management.  Plant ran on 3 hours inventory and sent pull signals to our warehouse every 3 hours for the next 3 hours of production 24/7.  Delivered raw materials every three hours based on production. requirements and returned with dunnage and distributed to suppliers through our truckload division. John Deere  Warehoused component parts for skid steer assembly plant in Loudon, TN.  Many of the larger components were sequenced then sequence loaded to meet daily production schedules.
  13. 13. The Fundamentals Visibility Shipments Value Orders Sequencing Pick/Pack/Sorting On-time Shipping On-time Delivery Global Vendors Customer NDS Location