In every industry, the ultimate dream is to have a consistent growth thought the years. All companies thrive to consolidate themselves while expanding their business, their client portfolio and, of course, their profits. But sometimes, growth can bring more trouble than expected. In industries such as high-tech, with the continuous changing of technology, a rapid market growth can demonstrate some limitations such as lack of visibility or no control on warehousing and transportation costs. It can even show a redundancy, as the same problems continue to arise time and time again.
Sometimes, having a good relationship with your suppliers can be a difficult proposition. Strategically planned interactions with third party organizations have to be precisely executed in order to maximize the value of the desired synergies.
The escalating growth of some industries has created a window of opportunity to reconsider a company’s supply chain and strategy.
One industry to consider is the commercial construction industry.
Successful companies recognize that their continuous growth requires ongoing planning for the future which enables them to meet the demands of the market by building a stronger distribution network.