Food & Consumer Goods - Mews Partners

Christophe Bressange

Managing Partner Operations | EMLyon

Nicolas Lambert

Partner (Toulouse) | ENAC

Antoine Klein

Partner (Paris) | UTC

“The ability to imagine new uses/services and Supply Chain performance are key elements on the road to success.”

Christophe Bressange


Christophe is a graduate of EM Lyon and has more than 15 years of experience in leading supply chain consulting firms. He also held operational management positions for 7 years in the Geodis group and the Casino group. Christophe joined the Operations practice to bring his knowledge of the GIC, Retail, Transport & Logistics sectors, as well as his experience in international supply chain transformation projects. He manages Mews Operations.

Nicolas Lambert


Nicolas is a graduate engineer from the Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile. He began his career in 2001 at Aeroconseil as an aircraft cockpit design engineer and then moved on to entity management (department, division, division), project & portfolio management and business development. He also has several years of experience at Airbus Defence & Space as head of an engineering department, where he led a transformation of the entity (positioning, organization, agility, quality). He joined Mews Partners in 2013 to develop the Agile & Lean Product Development activities, particularly in the Aerospace sector. He is now a Partner, developing our R&D performance offer, with a focus on complex product design and Design to Value stakes. He is also in charge of the development of the Agriculture & Food sector.

Antoine Klein


Antoine started in 1990 in operational consulting in the automotive and luxury sector. He then developed a long collaboration with leaders in the food & beverage industry and cosmetics (Danone, Sodiaal, Coca-Cola, L’Oréal) in the fields of operations strategy and performance in Europe and internationally (China , Russia, USA, Australia, Mexico). After an entrepreneurial experience and 4 years as Partner of a large IT consulting firm, focused on digitalization and its impacts on manufacturing organizations, he joined Mews Partners in 2021 to develop the operations transformation offer and the agri-food / consumer goods segment.

CPG companies are facing multiple challenges: developing e-commerce, enriching customer experience, multichannel and increasingly demanding consumers in terms of ethics and health, changes in consumer areas and development in emerging countries, etc. To meet these challenges and to continue to gain market shares, they must regularly rethink their operational models and make their organization evolve towards more transversality, flexibility and agility.

Finally, in a highly competitive world, they must provide their customers with innovative products and services, exploiting the potential offered by the emergence of new technologies.


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Operations: key lever for profitability increase and business model transformation

We support our clients in achieving this objective by working with them on the definition of their Supply Chain model and strategy, the optimization of the “road to market”, the reconfiguration of S&OP processes and the improvement of operational performance in logistics and transport.

Digital product continuity: a prerequisite for the deployment of an omni-channel strategy

Product data is now recognized as a major asset by most of CPG companies: an optimized use of this data is necessary to meet growing regulatory requirements, to inform consumers about the characteristics of their products or to sell online.

We help our clients to determine and implement an optimized digital product strategy.

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Digital product continuity in the wines & spirits industry

Digital product continuity for a world leader in the wines & spirits industry.

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Review of the Korea road to market for a food manufacturer

This business model transformation project has improved the subsidiary’s profitability.

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Deployment of a global S&OP Executive

How to acquire a shared management tool?

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