202328 Feb

How to Navigate Onshore Manufacturing as a Wholesale Distributor


The ability of a company to ship goods easily and quickly often depends on the location of its warehouse and distribution center. Amidst the natural disasters, political instability, and pandemic challenges of the last few years, many manufacturing companies have decided to move their warehouse and distribution centers back onshore. The available real estate may also be more favorable, allowing manufacturers to set up near centralized shipping hubs with access to ports, railways, and air freight distributors. In recent years, this list of challenges has expanded to pandemic-related shutdowns, higher fuel costs, and weather-related delays and uncertainties. Visibility into all aspects of the supply chain, including real-time data, reporting, and order information, can help decrease costs and improve margins.

Source: Asifocus