In every innovator, there's a great idea waiting to launch. We won't stop until that idea is a reality. Point A brings collaborators from around the world together to invent the agile technologies that will power our supply chains in the coming decades. Stop sketching and start creating with us. Point A: It all starts here.
You've heard the saying “two heads are better than one.” But what about 100? At Georgia‐Pacific, we recognize no organization can tackle supply chain transformation alone. That's why we launched Point A: a place where supply chain experts, visionary innovators and hands-on experimenters have access to the technology they need to address the logistics challenges of today – and shape the solutions of tomorrow. The supply chain of the future starts here.
Point A launched in June 2018 with a 15,000-square-foot space in Atlanta's TechSquare Labs. Operations will later move into a custom‐configured 23,000-square-foot innovation facility at Georgia‐Pacific Center, with the option for an additional 30,000-square-foot warehouse space for experimentation and lab work.
Why is Atlanta the right home for Point A? The facts speak for themselves:
If you're ready to break out of the status quo and make a significant impact on the supply chain, please contact us:
Whether you're a multinational corporation or a small start‐up, you belong at Point A. It all starts here.
Point A is a gathering place for supply chain experts to pool their knowledge and develop industry-redefining technologies. Our developments will impact companies across the U.S., and around the globe.
Traditional supply chain processes are ripe for creative disruption. Point A helps organizations prepare for a supply chain driven by robotics, blockchain, digitalization, advanced analytics and artificial intelligence.
“The way we’ve always done it” is no longer good enough. Point A approaches today’s technology with an eye for tomorrow’s logistics breakthroughs. The time to reinvent the supply chain is now.
Point A focuses on pushing supply chain innovations past the idea stage and into production. We’re not looking 10 or 20 years into the future – we’re pursuing solutions that could power the world’s most efficient supply chain within five years.