When researching companies to best fit your business needs, it can be a long process with many questions. The time comes to make a decision and you may still wonder about the other options. Here are 10 reasons why choosing a Global Logistics company can benefit your business and help you grow all while meeting your compliance requirements and optimizing your costs.
Mass Balance Evaluations: Balance Cost of Labor vs Recycling Recovery
Dismantling an electronic device can be complex and costly. Mass balance is a methodology to determine the most economical balance between the cost of dismantling and the material recovery value.
This month, one of our experts Claudio Zinni celebrated 30 years in the Supply Chain Business. We wanted to take the opportunity to congratulate him and to ask him a few questions about his experience and how working at GEODIS helped him to achieve this milestone.
Same day delivery is a basic consumer expectation but too often companies replicate other solutions rather than creating one that is best for their brand and customers. This episode of Talking Logistics highlights the need for a holistic approach to same day solutions.
“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes” - Benjamin Franklin
As trendy as SRM became in recent years, only a few companies have integrated it into their procurement organization. Those who practice SRM agree that stronger ties between business partners create new growth opportunities. But what is SRM and how does it help your interests?
Asia is a dynamic emerging logistics market. Having local resources and understanding local markets is critical to deliver supply chain optimization.
What differentiates a 4PL relationship with a 3PL? Vice President of Business Development for GEODIS’ Supply Chain Optimization line of business, Matt Lewis and Founder/Host of Talking Logistics, Adrian Gonzalez, discuss what companies should be looking for when pursuing a 4PL relationship. Organizations that are managing a complex global supply chain are often in search of partners with more leverage on logistics spend as well as looking to reduce complex procurement processes. Watch video for more on the topic!
Facing low prices of crude oil, companies need to reshape supply chains to get sustainable cost reductions and reach profitability in the mid and long term. End to end visibility in upstream, midstream or downstream portions of the business reduces substantially the inefficiencies, driving competitive advantages bringing you closer to achieving your strategic goals.
Last mile delivery is the end of a complex supply chain and the best opportunity for brands to make an impression on their customers. There is a face-to-face interaction that can make or break a customer's perception of a brand.
The challenge for any last mile provider is handling an output from a process they have no control over. Creating a great customer experience in last mile delivery doesn't start with picking up the order, it starts with the internal process a brand chooses to manage its last mile solution.