Identifying risks is an essential task and we must carry it out using protocols that consider what, how, and when to do it, especially if we have an international reach.
2020 has been a unique year throughout the world. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected international trade and, therefore, it has destabilized complete economies.
For the cosmetics industry, an efficient supply chain is vital for having a competitive advantage and for managing the requirements of retailers correctly and help face the challenges inherent to the supply and demand.
Logistics is almost custom-made art. Integrating information, transportation, inventories, warehousing, materials, packaging, and even the safety of a supply chain is a job of a complexity not seen in any other industry.
Just as a setup of domino tiles, technology changes the way people consume things and the way to do business and so, it changes the market, forcing logistics to change as well.
Hi-Tech devices such as computers, smartphones, pads, routers, and switchboards are undoubtedly a competitive advantage; however, behind these tools there are complex supply chains – specially in terms of risks, international regulations, fittings, and administration of resources and supply – characterized by a demand for accuracy, speed, and constant metrics.