Bolloré and Interparfums extend 24-year partnership

Bolloré Transport & Logistics and supply chain services company Czarnikow are collaborating to support Bolloré’s sustainable development in East Africa through the VIVE Sustainable Supply Programme.

Interparfums and Bolloré Logistics have announced the extension of their partnership for a period of three years.

Interparfums is a French company that develops perfumes and cosmetics lines on the basis of global exclusive licensing agreements with luxury, fashion or accessories brands that include Montblanc, Jimmy Choo, Coach, Boucheron or Van Cleef & Arpels. They own Lanvin fragrances and Maison Rochas (fashion and perfumes). The company monitors and takes complete care of the perfume life cycle, from its creation to its distribution in France and internationally.

Bolloré Logistics has accompanied the development of Interparfums’ logistics activities since 1994. Bolloré currently operates out of Interparfum’s rented facility in Criquebeuf sur seine, near Rouen, France in a 30 000 sq m building. A construction permit for the creation of an additional 6,000 sq m cell of was issued with delivery planned for the second quarter of 2018.

The Bolloré Logistics branch in Grand Couronne provides upstream transport from the packers located in France in the Normandy, Centre Val de Loire and Hauts de France regions, and also provides logistics services. It takes care of unloading, reception of products, storage and stock management, ordering, order preparation for France and global destinations by sea and air routes, transport planning, documentation management and returns, thanks to its interfacing systems, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), with Interparfums.

Source: Bolloré