Supply chains around the globe are exposed to regulations and changes in rules, politics, weather, terrain, and infrastructure – such as roads and highways – and to the risks these represent that could potentially cause delays or interruptions. In other words, risk has many ramifications: financial, operational, social, and so forth.
Cyclic counting, for most small and medium-sized companies, is an excellent option to traditional annual physical inventory. This is a counting technique based on periodically counting reference groups instead of carrying out a single annual inventory. It offers a more accurate and consistent idea of the total inventory while reducing interruptions and administrative inventory costs.
Automating tasks using technology to reduce human intervention is, almost always and in all industries, synonymous with improving the quality and control of processes, making them more efficient while saving time, standardizing performance, and improving service levels.
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The goods we get home each day carry a long history of dedication, hard work, and responsibility where the drivers play a key role.
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.