To achieve a competitive edge, supply chain needs to be cost effective along with responsive towards its customer and a firm can quickly reach that milestone by implementing a cross-docking strategy in a proper manner which requires synchronisation of inbound and outbound consignments and active collaboration and management at the cross-dock location.
In today's world of customer's engagement, digitalisation of the world, era, the services and businesses of transportation and logistics is under a real competitive potential. As delivering what you promise is one of the most critical and significant key factors, sustaining customer service is another factor that comes after the promise.
As ever more companies target their marketing strategies towards online customers, their expanding client base results in a greater need for reliable supply chain providers. With warehouses full of parts and stock being something of an anachronism in 2019, the supply chain becomes a vital component of any company's survival.
This week we are sharing a number of blogs about modern day Supply Chain, Technology and Developments, Today's first blog is How to Deal with the Most Common Problems as a Supply Chain Manager. The supply chain and logistics industry, like most industries, is dealing with the digital disruption caused by automation, , mechanisation, digitisation, and analytics. These are more than just buzzwords. Companies that fail to adapt in the face of this onslaught are not expected to survive for long. This is the environment in which supply chain managers find themselves. It's a high-stress, high-reward environment where every little management decision may have long-term repercussions for the company.
Following the update from Wincanton on the W2 Labs programme, we are delighted to speak with Samil ÖZDEN, Co-Founder of Milvus Robotics who have made it to the short list.
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