GM distribution was established in 2010 in the United States of America and opened a second office in 2015 (In France, Montpellier). GM distribution’s three core activities are sourcing and distribution of FMCG products as well as growing and novelty brands. GM distribution develops marketing plans specifically fitted to each market. GM distribution also builds food and drink private label range (PL) from product sourcing to marketing promotions in targeted zone, in order to control costs, limit risks and expand market shares.
US and European teams are trained to identify opportunities and competitive advantages in each market to accurately meet our customer’s needs in Europe, USA, Africa, Middle East and Asia. According to the development objectives, the added value of GM distribution is based on the marketing integration in the value chain of commercial development of the brand (or private label). GM distribution improves the visibility of the brand through different marketing triggers such as: in-country and in-store advertising, trade show representation, on-line marketing.
On the logistic side, GM Distribution works with multiple warehouses worldwide to ensure effectiveness and cost efficiency. Whether the company wants to pick-up the products in the country of production or wants GM distribution to handle the delivery, GM distribution’s logistic department will always offer the most competitive rate and the best customer service. GM distribution also offers services such as labelling, inkjet printing and re-packing depending on market requirements.
GM distribution US
Since 2010, our US office has grown relationships with some of the largest wholesalers, distributors and retailers in the United States. GM distribution US handles different partnerships in Asia, South America et North America.
GM distribution was designed to manage the European, African and Middle Eastern markets. Additionally, this office plays a major role in the sourcing of novelty & innovative brands, destined to satisfy our overwhelming demand from the African and Middle Eastern markets.