Canadian Manufacturing

Nulogy and The Blackrock Group agree to partner to help contract manufacturers

The Blackrock Group provides specialized services in WMS implementation and optimization, while the Nulogy Platform digitalizes shop floor operations.

March 23, 2022   by CM Staff

Nulogy-The Blackrock Group Partnership (CNW Group/Nulogy Corporation)

TORONTO — Nulogy, a provider of supply chain collaboration solutions, and The Blackrock Group, a global provider of supply chain consulting services, announced a partnership to accelerate speed-to-market for contract manufacturers and co-packers through complementary digital platforms.

The Blackrock Group specializes in customized solutions for strategic warehouse planning, warehouse optimization, and warehouse management solution (WMS) implementations for businesses. The Texas-based firm delivers comprehensive warehousing consulting services that onboard warehouse solutions.

Nulogy is a multi-enterprise platform for co-packing and contract manufacturer networks, enabling fast-moving consumer goods brands and their suppliers to collaborate on a centralized platform. The Nulogy Multi-Enterprise Supply Chain Business Network Platform also enables the digitization of shop floor processes of contract suppliers for enhanced line efficiency.

The partnership between The Blackrock Group and Nulogy will provide a comprehensive digitalized offering for contract manufacturers and co-packers: The Blackrock Group provides specialized services in WMS implementation and optimization, while the Nulogy Platform digitalizes shop floor operations.

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“We are excited to announce this partnership with Nulogy to deliver a top-of-class integrated digital offering to the contract supplier industry,” said Pete Grett, CEO, The Blackrock Group. “Nulogy’s cloud-based shop floor technology is the ideal complement to our warehouse management services. Together, we give co-packers and contract manufacturers the complete package in state-of-the-art business technology.”

“Between Nulogy and The Blackrock Group, it has never been easier to modernize contract supplier operations,” said Jason Tham, CEO, Nulogy. “In this volatile consumer market, digitized supply chain operations will adapt the fastest and operate the most profitably amidst ongoing market disruptions. Our respective organizations will deliver the capabilities and speed-to-value needed to stay ahead of the competition and help put consumer products in the hands of everyday people.”