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FR Project to improve TFG supply chain visibility
May '10
Fast React Systems, specialist providers of software solutions for improved coordination and visibility specifically in the fashion supply chain announced that The Fielding Group Expands FastReact Project to Improve Supply Chain Visibility.

TFG are already an established user of FastReact planning over several years, both in the UK and in Sri Lanka. This latest initiative will expand the FastReact project to several new locations and link overseas offices in 6 countries to the Dunstable Head Office. This FastReact 'network' will provide total Group-wide visibility of both the critical path and the latest status of all overseas production orders.

Michael Wolff, Managing Director of TFG commented…"'We are aiming for a transparent critical path and total visibility of all orders in real time across our complicated supply chain. We have been working with FR since 2005 and I am convinced that they are the right partners to move forward with in order to achieve our supply chain goals.”

Fast React Systems are specialist providers of software solutions for improved coordination and visibility specifically in the fashion supply chain. The FastReact suite of products offers unrivalled 'reach' from Retail and Sourcing critical path, range planning and buying, to detailed overseas manufacturing planning. With a flexible modular structure and easy integration to existing systems, FastReact focuses on delivering maximum benefits and rapid return on investment.

The Fielding Group (TFG) is a major supplier to the high street of mens, ladies and childrens clothes. The Group, turning over in excess of £70m and employing over 3500 people worldwide, has its own production facilities in Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, plus several buying offices which also deal with external suppliers. TFG's major customers include M&S, Sainsbury (Tu clothing) and BHS.

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