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A.G. Barr offers a diverse portfolio of brands including IRN-BRU and Rubicon – but with more than 400 packaging variants across different lines, manual artwork management simply wasn’t working. They turned to 4Pack to accelerate and improve artwork management workflows.
Itsu Chelsea, London opened in 1997, followed by 76 more locations over the next 25 years, including Paris and New York, aiming to bring the harmony and precision of Japanese cuisine “within reach of ever more loyal customers”.
Vicenzi Group is a leading Italian manufacturer of Pastry and Bakery products such as ladyfingers, amaretti and puff pastries, sold under the flagship brand “Matilde Vicenzi”. 4Pack has transformed their product management processes; not just meeting but surpassing Vicenzi’s initial objectives.
Giovanni Rana is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of fresh pasta products; distributing to over 50 markets internationally, with sales of over €700m. See how they use 4Pack as an end-to-end management solution right from the start of their product development process.
DESPAR is a cooperative company founded in the Netherlands in 1932 with the aim of uniting several retail stores into a single commercial chain. See how they use 4Pack as a single source of truth to manage the artwork development process.
Wonderfood are a leading manufacturer and distributor of pet food and pet care products. See how 4Pack has helped them to make the most of international growth opportunities across their 16 brands.
The increasing number of new references to be managed made it necessary to implement a central solution. With 4Pack the entire flow of new processing has been regulated reducing errors and increasing production.
Alì S.p.A. is present in the north of Italy with stores divided into two channels: Alì Supermarkets, neighborhood stores and surfaces up to 1,500 square meters and Alìper with stores between 2,000 and 5,000 square meters, often inserted in larger contexts or in real Shopping Centers.