DSC Logistics to Open New Southern California Logistics Center

Kraft Foods will be first customer at food/CPG retail consolidation facility

Chicago—July 30, 2013—Supply chain management company DSC Logistics, announced the expansion of its U.S. network with the construction of a state-of-the-art food/CPG Retail Consolidation Logistics Center in the new logistics park in Moreno Valley, Calif. Kraft Foods Group, one of North America's largest consumer packaged food and beverage companies, will be the first customer in the building, scheduled for a late 2013 opening.

DSC's newest Logistics Center, with leading edge security, food safety, C-TPAT and system capabilities, will provide Kraft and other customers with warehousing, value-added services and transportation to retailers. Customers will be able to take advantage of opportunistic consolidation opportunities and other established DSC consolidation programs such as the Multi-Vendor Optimization Strategy (MOST) developed for Wal-Mart.

"With a dynamic, forward-thinking company such as Kraft, we are excited by the opportunity to use our operational abilities and intellectual capital to help them reach their business goals," said Ann Drake, DSC Logistics CEO. "We make it our business to understand and proactively manage specific supply chain challenges, as well as overall enterprise goals such as reducing costs, improving service to customers, transforming business processes, and facilitating growth and change."

"We're pleased to begin partnering with DSC Logistics to smoothly integrate our business into their new California Logistics Center," said Debbie Lentz, Senior Vice President, Customer Service & Logistics, Kraft Foods Group. "DSC offers a comprehensive package of supply chain capabilities. We look forward to using their services to improve our operations."

For more information, visit www.dsclogistics.com.

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