Regal Wine Imports Chooses Technology from Blue Ridge to Balance Customer Demand with Inventory
ATLANTA, May 1, 2018 – Regal Wine Imports has selected supply chain planning solutions from Blue Ridge to optimize its wine and spirits inventory with anticipated demand from its customers. Founded in 1980, Regal Wine Imports is an importer and wholesale distributor of fine wines and craft spirits based in Moorestown, New Jersey.
Blue Ridge’s distribution-focused forecasting and inventory planning technology is particularly effective for wine and spirits distributors. Regal Wine Imports joins fellow distributors Athens Distributing Company, Eder Bros., Georgia Crown Distributing Co., United Distributors, Major Brands Premium Beverage Distributors, Martingnetti Companies and Vectura as Blue Ridge customers.
“At Blue Ridge, we’re always working to define what factors are driving customer demand, versus just an estimate of sales,” said Jim Byrnes, Chief Executive Officer, Blue Ridge. “That balance is particularly important for wine and spirits distributors, where certainty, speed and assurance in supply chain operations are of paramount importance.”
The Blue Ridge supply chain platform is the most accurate way for retailers and distributors to spot and plan for changes in customer demand before they happen. This insight helps Blue Ridge customers reduce costs, improve service levels, and assure product availability to customers without creating a costly inventory surplus.
Blue Ridge is exhibiting at the Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America (WSWA) Annual Convention & Exposition, April 30 – May 3, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The WSWA event is the largest gathering of America’s wine and spirits distributors, as well as suppliers from around the world, who want to enter or grow their brands in the U.S. marketplace. Blue Ridge will be exhibiting in booth #334.
About Regal Wine Imports
Founded in 1980, Regal Wine Imports is an importer and wholesale distributor of fine wines, craft beers and spirits based in Moorestown, New Jersey. Still co-owners to this day, Charlie Trivinia and Dan Bada strive to maintain meaningful and mutually beneficial relationships with employees, customers, and suppliers alike. For more than 30 years, Regal has held true to that vision. The company continues to grow significantly, now counting more than 75 employees, three offices, and a broad local and national distribution network. For more information, visit https://www.regalwine.com/.