What is the Value of Efficient Delivery in Your Business?Terohan Nula March 19, 2018 0 COMMENTS
Supply chain management is critical to any business in the Philippines. No matter what industry you’re in, the organized flow of goods from point A to point B ensures your productivity and profitability. A small problem in the supply chain can create delays that could lead to bigger problems that affect your reputation.
What are the elements that eliminate disruption in your supply chain process?
A Reliable Shipping Service
Whether your business is capable of handling distribution of goods to suppliers or to end users, you need to know that this unit is doing its job the right way. The right way being that all items arrive on time and in good condition to their destinations.
The role of your shipping company is especially crucial if the items you distribute are perishable. Timely deliveries and temperature-sensitive equipment and transportation maintain the integrity of your goods. A misstep could mean loss of profits and, worse, damage to your reputation. The latter scenario is likely if the goods reach consumers and the media gets wind of multiple complaints about the quality of your products.
Faster Clearance at Customs
You’ll also need a reliable and experienced customs broker in the Philippines. Customs clearance procedures for exports and imports are complex. There are trade restrictions and agreements to consider along with tariff policies. Delays in processing your customs clearance will mean your goods sit at the port or in a warehouse, which means production, delivery, and anything else you need the items for will experience problems.
If your business relies on raw material shipments from around Asia or your business serves companies from around Europe, a customs clearance broker can eliminate problems. The service can take care of tracking your shipments and handling paperwork. The faster and easier your goods get clearance from customs, the sooner you meet your financial targets.
The timely transportation of goods is important for your business, as well as the country’s economy. So it pays to look after this part of your operations.