Supply chains have become much more complex in recent years, with a number of dynamic forces in play, including sourcing practices, diversification in sales and distribution formats. Because full and accurate visibility of incoming flows is more important than ever, GEODIS offers high-reliability real time tracking of your supply flows at both local and global levels.
Control over the supply chain is a determining factor for competitive performance in the retail sector. Along with purchasing and marketing, transport and logistics are crucial productivity levers. By meeting your needs for the management and optimization of international flows, GEODIS solutions provide effective support to your growth initiatives.
Successful performance of a retail business is highly dependent on the availability of products on the shelves. This means you need to ensure fast replenishment, often numerous times a day, while minimizing storage in sale areas. To prevent outages, GEODIS offers highly responsive, agile solutions covering all geographical locations, urban or suburban.
Because your customers rely on the delivery times you promise across all delivery modes, reliability becomes a critical factor in brand image. In taking responsibility for the reliability of your supply chain, GEODIS will take charge of your multi-channel deliveries and commits to strict lead time compliance in all circumstances.
Retailers are regularly confronted with seasonal peaks, so you need responsive partners who are capable of handling the logistics and transport of large volumes of goods at critical times. GEODIS' size and scope means it can take on very substantial physical flows, under tight schedules, worldwide.
European regulations are driving a shift toward responsible business practice with an emphasis on sustainable development. GEODIS integrates environmental and social factors in the supply chain management solutions it offers. Such environmental care includes measures for carbon footprint reduction, management of electrical and electronic waste and appropriate best practice in handling reverse logistics...