Crimson & Co drives global expansion of its supply chain consulting expertise - November 2014

Two successful consultancies join Crimson & Co and a new office is opened in Asia, doubling the existing global footprint.

Global supply chain consultancy Crimson & Co has extended its footprint in North America, Australia and Asia so that it can guarantee its clients the same quality of best-in-class supply chain consultancy wherever it is needed.

Crimson & Co has opened a new office in Singapore and has been joined in North America and India by The Progress Group, with offices in Atlanta and Mumbai, and in Australia and New Zealand by Supply Chain Cover, with an office in Melbourne. As a result it has doubled the size of its existing footprint, offering deeper and broader capabilities with in-market expertise from local consultants.

Crimson & Co works closely with its clients, using deep operational experience and broad-based business skills to challenge, guide and implement. It provides vast industry depth and breadth spanning supply chain strategy, supply chain planning, procurement, manufacturing and logistics.

Richard Powell, CEO of Crimson & Co, stated: ‘Our clients tell us that they need an independent consultancy with both global reach and a consistent level of service and approach, and this is what we offer.’

‘We have a tight-knit team of highly talented consultants, all of whom come from operational backgrounds and understand the challenges facing our clients. We have a shared heritage with The Progress Group and Supply Chain Cover, which was very important to us as we selected the best expansion strategy in each region; we know that we share a common approach to consulting and a single belief that the only thing that matters is making a real difference for our clients,’ he added.

Bruce Strahan, President of The Progress Group, stated: ‘Our organisations are very well matched in terms of our people, markets and cultures. By joining Crimson & Co, we will be able to offer our existing clients more services over a wider geographical scope, which means that we will be able to create even more value for them.’

Frans Verheij, Director of Supply Chain Cover, added: ‘The strength of this common approach is that we can continue to deliver first class supply chain consulting globally. Based on our shared cultural fit and core values, this is an amazing opportunity for us to broaden and deepen our offering to clients.’

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