Kuehne+Nagel, Capgemini join forces for supply chain capability

Service targeted towards large corporations from consumer, healthcare, and industrial sectors

Kuehne+Nagel, Capgemini join forces for supply chain capability
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Kuehne+Nagel and Capgemini announced a strategic agreement to create an industry-leading supply chain orchestration service to provide end-to-end services across the supply chain network.

"This will enable businesses to remain agile in today’s disruptive global ecosystem by creating resilient, efficient, and sustainable supply chain operations," says an official release.

The new agreement is the first of its kind in the market and combines Kuehne+Nagel’s industry leading logistics management and execution expertise with Capgemini’s state-of-the-art Intelligent Supply Chain Operations (ISCO) capabilities that delivers AI-enabled, cognitive, touchless operations and data-driven decision making. The service is especially targeted towards large corporations from the consumer, healthcare, and industrial sectors.

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Gianfranco Sgro, Member of the Management Board, Kuehne+Nagel International, responsible for Contract and Integrated Logistics, says: “Supply chain orchestration is the hot topic in our industry and is in higher demand than ever. Kuehne+Nagel and Capgemini share a common vision of innovation and client orientation. Together, we serve our customers with the most comprehensive set of supply chain services available in the market. A step that fully embraces Kuehne+Nagel’s strategic Roadmap 2026 and Vision 2030 of becoming the most trusted supply chain partner supporting a sustainable future”.

Oliver Pfeil, CEO, Business Services and Member, Group Executive Committee, Capgemini adds: “Supply chain disruptions continue to pose new risks for businesses. So they are increasingly looking for tech-backed, comprehensive solutions that will enable them to navigate these disruptions and stay ahead of the curve. At Capgemini, we are committed to partnering with clients in reimagining their supply chain management. This new joint solution with Kuehne+Nagel will help us to drive increased business value and build future-ready supply chain networks for our clients.”

Joint clients are supported in their decision-making processes for smarter anticipation and quicker response to risks or deviations, and better supply chain control, the release added.

With nearly 350,000 team members in more than 50 countries, Capgemini reported global revenue of €22 billion ($23.3 billion) in 2022.

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