Import and export processes are quite complex. They require planning and coordination to ensure that the products travel their way from their origin to their destination without complications. At Royal Courier, we transport your goods by sky, sea and land, so the logistics behind our services are of utmost importance to us.
While logistics strategy in foreign trade has always been important, in times of pandemic it is even more so. The health crisis has brought with it several challenges for imports and exports, reinventing, in some aspects, the way we do foreign trade. That is why, today more than ever, it is necessary to implement an integrated logistics system that streamlines and streamlines the transportation of goods.
Throughout this post, we will delve into the importance of integrated logistics in foreign trade.
The definition of integrated logistics, in some respects, seems identical to that of logistics. However, it contains a fundamental difference: the integration of each step, both with the planning phase and with the control phase.
Integrated logistics, or integrated logistics, in foreign trade refers to the set of operations aimed at transporting materials or finished products from a country of origin, or exporter, to a destination country, or importer.
It is a model of organization and management of the supply chain in which all departments, processes, resources and flows of the logistics company are coordinated to operate in the same direction. That is, all the efforts within it are united to work in a synchronized manner, with a specific objective, to ensure that, through a fast and flexible process, the merchandise arrives at its destination.
It is necessary to train all the departments of the company, stating them to have a cooperation sense, once done this, you must analyze in an objective but strategic way the function of the company through these aspects