Fast-changing markets, supply chain disruption, geo-politics, new customer expectations, and shorter lifecycles are forcing organisations to rethink their supply chain strategies. Sustainable supply chain management adds value by ensuring your logistics networks are responsive and flexible to changing customer needs.
Whether you call it cross-trade or triangular trade, third-party shipments or foreign-to-foreign shipments, multinational transactions in which an organisation in one country buys products in another country for direct sale in a third country are growing. Cross-trades reduce lead-times, accelerate response times and increase product choice and availability. As well as cutting transport and warehousing management costs, cross-trades also help to reduce costs related to duties and taxes.
Data, the Internet of Things, and real-time telematics open the door to developing excellent distribution models that also provide a unique selling point. In this world, choosing a global logistics strategy is a key business decision that defines how you want to serve your customers and how you want to differentiate yourself from your competitors.
And we’ll show you how better logistics will generate better business. For you.