Here we are in conversation with Mr. Alok Gautam, the Country Logistics Leader at Dow Chemicals. He is an industry veteran with more than two decades of experience in the Chemicals and Oil & Gas industry. He is celebrated as a change maker and a man of keen intellect driving transformations across the industry.
There is a way to bridge this gap, between the expectation and outcomes. And it is ‘tech-backed optimization’. Cloud-based optimization of resources, routes, and deliveries is the best way to ensure that your company not just matches industry benchmarks, but also breaks and resets them continually.
Tech evolution must always be around a purpose. The purpose of the upgrades mentioned here, and many more that are regularly communicated to the clients through mailers, is singular. To optimize resource movement with a view to reduce operations costs and improve overall process efficiency.
Reduce your logistics management costs and increase overall efficiency by tracking drivers and their behavior in real-time. Industries, especially those with sensitive cargo and shipments, focus on tracking the behavior of their drivers to ensure service level agreement (SLA) compliance.
Decathlon, with a million daily shipments moving through its 1100 stores across the world, picks the best global route and resource optimization solution provider, LogiNext, to streamline their merchandise movement with accurate on-time deliveries and complete end-to-end distribution visibility.
Are Your Vehicles Safe on the Road? Ensure Your Last Mile Delivery Safety! What happens when you get a call that your clients never received your delivery and their processes or events are then held-up for it? You check with your vehicle and your delivery personnel tells you that the vehicle broke down mid-way. […]
Do you also take a lot of time before finalizing a logistics management solutions provider? Do you wish to check the credibility of their performance, before taking the final call? Finally, do you wish timely and safe product distribution with real time visibility at the least possible cost?
The next big thing, FaaS, is slated to cover more than 30% of total logistics management growing to $900 Billion by 2030. These numbers are striking enough to sit up and talk about the utilization of FaaS and how it would affect the fleet management systems already in place. How would it work?
Workforce tracking technologies have been around for a while. Individuals on the field use their hand-held devices to log in project updates as and when they happen. It is just now that this process has done a back-ward integration to encompass almost all scheduling activities.