We're the experts at driving down supply chain costs in the foodservice industry

Consolidated Distribution Corporation (CDC) was originally founded in 1990 by a team with a vision: to pioneer a concept of customized redistribution for leading companies in the QSR industry. Redistribution adds value in the foodservice supply chain by streamlining product velocities and dramatically reducing costs. Foodservice franchisors and purchasing cooperatives for some of the most famous brands in American restaurants consider CDC's redistribution services an indispensible part of their supply chains. Visit www.cdcsupply.com for information about its specific service offerings.

CDC Logistics was born in response to requests from these same customers for a complete supply chain solution – one that incorporates redistribution but adds other elements – to offer additional ways to drive down costs and increase transparency in the supply chain. By using custom software, CDC Logistics is able to deliver powerful supply chain analytics and offer our clients customized strategic solutions.

CDC Logistics is run by some of the most experienced restaurant supply chain professionals who help customers increase efficiency and reduce costs in their foodservice supply chains like no one else. CDC is proud of its legacy of serving leading restaurant brands – some of which have been customers for more than two decades.

Our People

Our people have deep industry expertise.

CDC Logistics' focus on large restaurant chains allows us to understand supply chain nuances. We know how customer decisions – and our own – can impact a supply chain because we understand it, inside and out. Our smart, capable employees create savings for our restaurant customers so they, in turn, can delight their customers with excellent food, beverages and memorable dining experiences.

"We found a partner in CDC that can better optimize LTL, difficult, and time-sensitive product shipments from our suppliers to regional U.S. distributors."


Matt Cosson
VP of Distribution Management
ARCOP