" When I came to China six years ago, the first thing I noticed was how advanced e-commerce was. The 15-30 minute delivery window only recently became widely adopted in Europe and the United States. Still, it was common practice in China already then." Elena Robakidze. Business Development Manager. Ahlers
It’s always nice to grow your business, but that growth may affect your supply chain. When demand in certain countries or regions keeps growing, your logistics operation may no longer be able to serve your customers within the standards you are used to.
The recent rise in e-commerce is a global phenomenon and has not only been happening in the Western regions. China and Russia have seen a similar trend. The effect in China and Russia has been even more substantial, as the number of people who have access to an internet connection has increased.
Organize your flow of maintenance & repair products. Operating in countries with a challenging logistics environment, choosing the right strategy for your mission-critical logistics processes is vital. What are the most critical parts that must be available close to your customer’s locations? And what is the most efficient, cost-effective location to store your after-sales parts?