A shortage of products can occur due to multiple reasons; recently, ever since the beginning of the pandemic, we have seen some of the most harmful examples happen repeatedly: looting, panic shopping, and hoarding.
To address contingencies timely, companies should foresee events and prepare for them by implementing protocols and action lines that integrate all the players in its network so it can increase its options to manage the transport warehousing, and other operations.
Inventory management is one of the key elements for success of companies. In fact, multibillion companies consider this task a priority because having the optimal volume of stock (enough, but not in excess) helps optimize costs and maximize production and sales while avoiding loss due to overstock or lack of key items.
The border between Mexico and the United States bears witness to one of the most constant and plentiful back-and-forth trade flows in the world.
The environment crisis demands change in all kinds of manufacturing and distribution systems. Logistics is responding by coming up with increasingly ambitious projects.
The logistics in the supply chain of medical supplies has always had unique demands that make it quite a challenge.
To move raw materials and finished products, companies need reliable and efficient services with accurate deliveries from and to their different locations. Thus, shipping and receiving cargoes is an essential part of business.
Did you know intralogistics can improve the productivity of a company’s logistics processes?
We call Infrastructure to the set of elements and services that enables the proper functioning of cities and countries. Infrastructure may be an invisible element for societies initially, but it becomes vital when we face certain events, like a sanitation emergency that forces us to change our consumer habits.