Green logistics, also known as environmental logistics, refers to the sustainable policies and measures focusing on lowering the impact logistics has on the environment.
With over 70 branches, Solistica has become one of the largest logistics companies in Brazil
Conquering the Brazilian market is a huge challenge for all types of industries, but more so for logistics: Brazil is a country with continental proportions with more than 5,570 counties spread over 8.5 million square kilometers (3.28 million square miles).
With an accumulated experience of over 20 years in the handling of consumer goods products, our logistics portfolio has become a quality choice for this industry.
Solistica Mexico was born with the mission to solve the logistics challenges of the consumer goods industry.
After two years meeting the expectations of HP in Brazil, the multinational technology company chose to expand its relationship with Solistica letting it handle its warehousing overflow and third-party freight in Mexico.
One of the most successful stories of expansion, reach, and volume for retail chains has been developing in Mexico: OXXO is the country’s convenience stores leader in Mexico and Solistica has been key in the exponential growth of this company over the past 15 years, contributing the necessary logistics support.
Solistica introduces an end-to-end solution in Colombia to successfully meet the demands of handling controlled-temperature products and the regulations surrounding the Best Manufacturing Practices for heat sensitive products.
Solistica has been managing risks for over 25 years at its Risk Management Center in Brazil, which will soon be replicated in Mexico.
We showed our logistics strength in Colombia once again in 2017 thanks to the collaboration deal signed with 3M, one of the largest consumer goods and retail companies in the world.
Some products need to be handled strictly along the whole supply chain, sometimes under extreme conditions. This is the type of challenge Solistica likes to take on.