End to end supply chain visibility has been a top priority for companies for years, but it's still a challenging goal to achieve. How do you define visibility? Do you want visibility or reliability? Customers want to see instantly where their products are. Change of pace has increased along with the need to make smarter decisions faster.
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 substantially reduces inefficiencies, driving competitive advantages and bringing you closer to achieving your strategic goals.
Aerospace and defense companies face many obstacles in today’s market. The struggle to increase manufacturing capacities while decreasing carbon footprint, resources, and assets is a real challenge. In order to increase manufacturing and assembly line capabilities and speeds, the market needs to adapt and accelerate overall supply chain flow.
Extended visibility in supply chain is a growing ambition for respondents of the 2017 Worldwide Survey that GEODIS conducted (from 6th on the list of primary objectives in 2015 to 3rd in 2017). To achieve this end-to-end visibility, respondents’ main focus remains on the inbound process.
Visibility is a term we hear often when talking about supply chains but for good reason. It is key to a successful supply chain, so how do companies gain that visibility?
Where do you gain visibility? The optimal view comes from a logistics services provider, one equipped with end-to-end solutions designed to meet your needs while you concentrate your time, energy, and investment in your core business.