Photo by Jess Bailey on Unsplash Flexible warehousing has been kind of oxymoron as Flexibility and “warehousing” haven’t traditionally gone hand in hand. Warehousing has been a fixed cost for decades—requiring resources to build and manage new infrastructure or long-term, fixed contracts with third-party providers. That’s how traditional Supply chains have been built
Supply Chain Resilience – Decentralisation and Flexibility in Supply Chain Network design can be the keys !
COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the current Supply Chain across industry segments. The organization are struggling at multiple fronts. Right from wondering where their supplies are coming from, to how much to produce. While some of these problems are not new in the supply chain, but this pandemic has thrown it into our faces more than
Decentralisation of Warehousing network can be a game changer as it is becoming an important part of Business Continuity plan!
Photo by alireza mahmoudi on Unsplash Business models are highly irreversible, they cannot be altered every day. Likewise, the basic supply chain models aligned to the business model also cannot be changed abruptly & frequently. A business model coupled with the right supply chain model forms integral part of success story and these
A bonded warehouse, or bond, is a building or other secured area in which dutiable goods may be stored, worked on, or undergo light assembly operations without payment of duty. It may be managed by the state or by private enterprise. In this concept of 'bonded warehousing', the importers could store cargo and effect partial