Sourcing goods from many different countries? Distributing a wide range of products through your global chain? One thing is in common, often the items are coming from many different places. For the end client, it looks all easy like provided by a local vendor from the neighborhood. In the background every order is launching a complex process, ordering and manufacturing processes and the logistic in between is holding it together.

Challenge of the Global Supply Chain

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The logistic team needs to keep the overview. One customer order might lead to several transports and they must all be delivered at the same time at the customer site (or vice versa of course).

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The routing of goods, with many involved vendors, deadlines, local holidays or different transit times are challenging. Own and 3rd party warehouses must be integrated. Shipping instructions and complex pricing agreements are making it sometimes very difficult.

CAPcargo customer of the Global Supply Chain 

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BoConcept was born in Denmark in 1952, and is today a premium retail lifestyle brand, with close to three hundred stores in over sixty countries. They design, produce and sell contemporary furniture, accessories and lighting for living, dining, sleeping, home-office and outdoor spaces.

BoConcept handles the transport of their products with CAP.Trade&Distribution. The solution has been in operational use since May 2019.

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