Inventory Optimization: Impact of a Multi-Echelon Approach

What does Inventory Optmization mean in your Business? Even for supply chain professionals, the term "Inventory Optimization" conjures up many meaning depending on each individuals background, training, discipline and even type of Business.

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KGL

Kuwait & Gulf Link Transport Company (KGL) is a highly focused group of companies, with regional interests in Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM). The company commands a network of specialized Business Units that promote efficient and effective B2B and B2G logistics related services to its customers in the Middle East. KGL Supply Chain Management (SCM) services are complemented with a range of Car and Equipment Rental and Leasing, Passenger Transport Services, Information Technology, Project Management, Technical Services, Real Estate and other Adjacent Businesses. We operate through a portfolio of highly integrated subsidiaries and affiliates to offer comprehensive services to our customers in the Middle East, Africa and beyond. KGL expansion is based on a carefully planned corporate strategy that relies on its core competencies and sustainable growth plans.

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DB SCHENKER LOGISTICS

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Originally founded in Vienna in 1872 by Gottfried Schenker, DB Schenker became a whollyowned subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn AG, the German railway company, in 2002. Deutsche Bahn describes itself as the second-largest transport company in the world, with 290,000 employees and revenues of € 39.3 billion.

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Penske Logistics: Driving Automotive Supply Chain Excellence

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Founded in 1903 in the United States, this company is one of the largest and most important global automotive companies and manufactures both cars and trucks. In Brazil, the company’s assembly, transportation and distribution network is one of the country’s most complex.

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USING CONTENT MARKETING TO GENERATE DEMAND, CREATE NEW AUDIENCES

whitePaper | August 14, 2019

Content—and how brands use it to interact with buyers at all stages of the engagement journey—has fundamentally reshaped every business’ go-to-market strategy. This shift has been particularly challenging for “top-of-the-funnel” demand generation marketers, most of who are under tremendous pressure to produce results. One study found that 70% of marketers surveyed expect their demand generation budgets to increase in 2018, with one-third expecting them to increase by more than 20%.1 Of course, generating demand is the job of marketing writ large. Marketers make markets. They work to create groups of viable buyers where none existed before.

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The Uses and Substantial Benefits of Transportation Management Systems

whitePaper | April 12, 2016

Cerasis, in business, since 1997, first released our web-based TMS, we call the Cerasis Rater in 1998. To most people, seeing a web-based anything was like seeing the magic. A small footnote in history, if you will, is that the Cerasis Rater was all web-based before Google was a search engine. HA! Take that Google! We kid, of course, but as we have progressed as a company over the last 2 decades, a TMS is no longer magic, but quite commonplace.

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Human Resource shortfall in the Indian Logistics Sector

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The Indian Logistics sector has been growing at faster pace than the global industry in the past decade. However, there is an acute shortfall of personnel with adequate training and education in logistical management in India. At management and mid-tier levels, the logistical sector in India suffers from poor organization, lack of leadership, disjointed skills and positions, and a lack of process-driven systems.

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Driving E-Commerce Logistics Forward

whitePaper | March 17, 2017

A new wave of e-commerce is upon us and lessons have been learned, particularly in logistical support. A myriad of new business models in customer engagement and in addressing gaps in the traditional demand chain abound. However, in our view it's not just about novel business models that may wow us now, the real crux of the matter is about fulfillment matched to the needs of each unique environment it has to serve.

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KGL

Kuwait & Gulf Link Transport Company (KGL) is a highly focused group of companies, with regional interests in Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM). The company commands a network of specialized Business Units that promote efficient and effective B2B and B2G logistics related services to its customers in the Middle East. KGL Supply Chain Management (SCM) services are complemented with a range of Car and Equipment Rental and Leasing, Passenger Transport Services, Information Technology, Project Management, Technical Services, Real Estate and other Adjacent Businesses. We operate through a portfolio of highly integrated subsidiaries and affiliates to offer comprehensive services to our customers in the Middle East, Africa and beyond. KGL expansion is based on a carefully planned corporate strategy that relies on its core competencies and sustainable growth plans.

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