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.
Solistica has earned the trust of leading clients in diverse industries based on the quality of its services and on its flexibility for meeting their specific conditions, among other reasons.
This is our experience in Brazil with HP, a global leader in technology. For the longest time, HP handled its own logistics; however, thanks to a budding commercial relationship, they opted to solve their LTL and FTL requirements in Brazil through Solistica, using the latter’s Internal Risk Management System (GRIS).
The logistics challenges involving high-value products in Brazil are countless, among them we can mention its vast territory and the high crime rates in its roads. Solistica has become an ally of HP, helping it overcome these obstacles and managing its operations with excellent results. During these years, we have achieved an impressive zero safety incidents, as well as a service level of 99%.
The service and safety we have offered HP in Brazil has let us grow with it and consolidate our relationship, forming new partnerships with it in other regions of Latin America.
Thus, Solistica decided to propose HP to expand their commercial relationship to Mexico, looking to put to good use the knowledge accrued in Brazil to offer them extremely competitive solutions in terms of lower costs and expansion of available fleet, among other factors.
Solistica’s accumulated experience met the logistics needs of this company, a leader in the technology sector. After several meetings, we struck a partnership in 2018 to manage their warehousing overflow and third-party freight.
This paradigm challenges us to give our best in areas such as warehousing, inventory management, operation, and distribution so we can continue boosting HP in the pursuit of its goals while we consolidate our experience and knowledge to overcome the logistics challenges of the technology industry.