Martin Brower is a Supply Chain Solutions Provider to restaurant chains around the globe and has been in business for more than 60 years. Operating in 19 countries with 12,000 employees and a network of distribution centres, distributing over 715 million cases to over 25,000 restaurants. It is responsible for 76% of the global distribution for a major QSR chain, with a 60+ year relationship across the globe. Martin Brower is owned by the Reyes Family, forming part of the ‘Reyes Family of Business’ (RFB) portfolio.
The brand promise is simple, but bold: “We make it easier to run great restaurants…”
Martin Brower provides end to end supply chain and logistics solutions including: Supply Chain Solutions & Promotions Management; Field Service & Restaurant Support; Quality Assurance & Compliance; Distribution & Freight Management; Warehousing & 3PL Storage.
Martin Brower ANZ operates 7 distribution centres, 5 in Australia and 2 in New Zealand; Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Auckland and Christchurch. The ANZ business has approximately 560 employees, delivering over 33.2 million cases to over 1,139 restaurants annually.
Martin Brower is dedicated to providing leading supply chain solutions for restaurant chains around the world, creating an outstanding work environment for employees and delivering unmatched value for customers while protecting their brands. A culture of self-managed excellence and the organisational values itemised in CARES (Change, Act as One, Relationships, Execution, Safety & Wellness), form the bedrock of the culture and guide the employees.
Operating with a lean structure, the Senior Team ANZ (STANZ) comprises of key managers across the business that support the development of the strategic direction of the company. They ensure all facilities operate consistently and efficiently by adhering to standard, aligned baseline processes. These baseline processes form the foundation of their continuous improvement program and are audited annually. The audit assessment process also serves as a predictive measure of future performance and enables them to identify opportunities and corrective actions in their facilities before they become critical to the business and their clients. The baseline process assessment consists of 10 categories: Safety, Quality, Service, Cost, Sustainability, Workplace Organization, Maintenance, Visual Management, People and Culture.