It will distribute products to over 900 stores at Cepsa's petrol stations in Spain
Logistadis, the Logista Group's wholesale distribution of convenience products subsidiary in Spain, has reached an agreement with Cepsa to take responsibility of the distribution and supply of the variety of products marketed by stores at its petrol stations in Spain.
This comprehensive distribution model for Cepsa includes central purchasing, stocks management and supply, warehousing, automated orders taking, orders preparation, consolidation and delivery, financial flows and information management, as well as post sale service. All within an omnichannel model for client interaction.
The agreement has been signed for 3 years and will help to keep developing the Cepsa's franchising model it proposes to Cepsa-branded petrol stations. Currently, this agreement extends to some 900 points of sale and is open to the incorporation of additional petrol stations.
Logistadis, which will provide the services with its own resources, will lean on Integra2, the Logista Group's controlled temperature capillary transport network, securing full operating integration and the highest quality standards throughout the value chain.
The Logista Group so becomes the distributor to Cepsa's petrol stations in Spain and Portugal, where MidSid, the Group's wholesale distribution of convenience products subsidiary in Portugal, was already servicing Cepsa.
Cepsa is a global energy company, which operates in an integrated manner throughout the value chain stages of hydrocarbons, in addition of the manufacture of products from raw materials of plant origin and having a presence in the renewable energy sector.
Cepsa's experience spans 90 years, and its team of over 10,000 professionals offer technical excellence and a capacity for adaptation. It has a presence on all five continents through its business areas of Exploration and Production, Refining, Marketing and Chemicals.
Logistadis allows points of sale to complement their core offer and to improve their sales and profitability by facilitating a broad range of products and services adapted to the point of sale and its end consumer, such as smoking and tobacco-related items, food including gourmet and refrigerated food, beverages with selection of cellar and alcohol, stationery, confectionery, leisure, gifts, technology appliances, auto accessories, etc.