Carol Stream, IL (April 26, 2004) -- Supply Chain Resources, Inc. of Carol Stream, IL, today announced the formation of the Supply Chain Resources (SCR) Group. SCR Group provides global supply chain solutions including domestic and Pacific Rim warehousing and distribution, international and domestic shipping, retail logistics, Pacific Rim product sourcing, and information technology software to a wide range of customers.
"We are experiencing significant demand for national and international logistics solutions" stated Joseph Sorrentino, president of SCR Group. "SCR Group provides state-of-the-art warehousing and logistics, import/export, and transportation solutions allowing companies to improve their supply chain process, become more profitable, and succeed in their competitive arena."
SCR Group enables manufacturers and distributors in a wide variety of industries to establish themselves nationally as well as internationally. SCR Group works with clients to assess their needs, and then customizes and implements programs to maximize their profitability. Domestically, SCR Group offers national warehousing, transportation, consolidation and pool distribution and final destination delivery services. Internationally, SCR Group offers clients the direct connection to hundreds of Asian manufacturing and logistics professionals, Pacific Rim freight consolidation capabilities, ocean freight and freight forwarding, foreign and bonded warehousing and US customs clearance services. SCR Group is also the provider of the industry leading, warehouse information technology software used by its own companies as well as several Fortune 100 companies who found SCR Group's technology fit into their business applications.
SCR Group CEO, Chris Wright explains, "We are excited to offer our customers a higher level of operational efficiency through these supply chain services. Outsourcing global logistical services can often be daunting when a company is short on manpower and low on budget. SCR Group saves clients time and money by customizing programs for their specific service needs."