I recognized the inefficiency and the lack of speed to respond market demands during my extensive years serving the logistics industry. Logistics is one of the oldest and amongst the largest industries doing business globally. Many independent logistics companies help move each country’s raw materials, semi-finished goods, and finished products into the Domestic and International markets. However, the industry has not evolved significantly, far behind in terms of implementing standard technologies. Logistics companies normally serve singular logistics service and work independently in operations, administration sales, marketing, and many other aspects. As a result, companies experience high operating and marketing costs, making it difficult to invest in new technologies to better their logistics services.
The singular logistics service of Transportation or Warehousing has slowed important information transmission, affecting much of a customer’s decision-making. With multiple sources of warehouse products moving in and out combined with a variety of transport providers to deliver products on the move simultaneously, this has created a game of catch up for many logistic companies and businesses. The requirements to transmit multiple channels of information across different times zones is sometimes too complex to be done manually by traditional business methods. Failure to execute logistics services as promised, on time, and in good condition, may create disasters in customer relationships and possibly result in the loss of trust from valued client.
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