Dunkin Donuts saves $114 million thanks to SCM cooperative

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National DCP, the $2 billion supply chain management cooperative serving the franchisees of Dunkin’ Donuts, received the 2015 Supply Chain Pioneer of the Year Award from Partnership Gwinnett during their fourth annual Movers & Makers Awards on 19 March at the Gwinnett Centre.

The largest event of its kind in Georgia, the Movers & Makers Awards are the County’s annual recognition of exceptional Gwinnett-based companies involved in the manufacturing, processing, or distribution of tangible products. Over 500 manufacturing and supply chain companies are based in Gwinnett County. Award entrants were evaluated based upon criteria involving economic impact in the community, corporate responsibility, and workforce excellence programs.

Scott Carter, Chief Executive Officer for National DCP, LLC. Said: “Our supply chain management cooperative has saved Dunkin’ Brands franchisees $114 million over the past three years through the unique combination of sourcing, purchasing, distribution and business services we provide.

“We are honored to be recognised as an industry pioneer among our esteemed peers in Gwinnett County.”

Formed following the successful merger of five different operating companies in 2012, NDCP opened its corporate office in metro Atlanta in August 2013 as a more geographically central location to support customer expansion plans and access best-in-class supply chain resources. Leveraging more than 30 years of proven expertise in sourcing, purchasing and distribution, the organisation is passionate about delivering the best service and products at the lowest sustainable price to members.

Partnership Gwinnett is Gwinnett’s economic and community development initiative. Led by the Gwinnett Chamber and a host of public and private partners, the initiative targets the retention and expansion of existing Gwinnett businesses in addition to the development of new business in five key market segments: Information &Technology Solutions; Health Sciences & Services; Professional & Corporate Services; Supply Chain Management; and Advanced Manufacturing. The ultimate goal is to promote comprehensive economic development, increase education and workforce excellence, and support community and leadership development for the entire Gwinnett community.

National DCP, LLC (NDCP) is a $2 billion supply chain management cooperative serving the franchisees of Dunkin’ Donuts. In order to provide the quality food and beverages people love to more than 8,000 U.S. quick service restaurants and customers in 51 countries, NDCP purchases more than 100 million pounds of coffee, 112 million pounds of sugar and 24 million gallons of milk per year.

The company also delivers a comprehensive array of business solutions that range from technology to healthcare. NDCP employs more than 1,700 individuals at its corporate headquarters in Duluth, Georgia and seven distribution centers nationwide. To learn more, visit www.nationaldcp.com.

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