Challenge: A leading automotive parts retailer, with more than 3,000 stores in the U.S., wanted to quickly develop their B2B channel while simultaneously growing their traditional retail channel. But their operations would have to adapt to meet the higher service level that B2B customers require.
Challenge: A large medical supply company providing mobility solutions for patients, had multiple product suppliers and several shipment delays due to CFS congestion among other factors. Shipments were often late, and because of the number of LCL shipments, labor costs were prohibitive. After years of frustration, they turned to our company for help.
Challenge: The U.S. subsidiary of a $6 billion multinational electronics and electrical equipment company imported products from its Japanese headquarters using manual processes. Beyond the inefficiencies of using paper documentation and having brokers manually key data, the post-import reconciliation of broker documents for correctness and compliance was labor intensive.
Challenge: A U.S. manufacturer of consumer and business products exported globally using both electronic and manual processes. The firm sought to centralize all export compliance activities in one solution that could perform denied party screening and manage Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCNs) and export tariffs.
Challenge: A major global food manufacturer lacked end-to-end visibility across the enterprise and supply chain. Assuring the timely delivery of safe quality products required greater control of goods and partners in the supply chain.
Challenge: One of the world's leading biotechnology providers with over $20B in revenue and a commitment to ensure that no patient ever goes without their life-saving medicine, needed to manage better the risk of disruption to its global life-sustaining supply chain. Key challenges included gaining visibility and working collaboratively with suppliers from all over the globe -- based in countries with different regulatory and geo-political environments and risks.
Challenge: A Fortune 100 consumer product company struggled to hit target metrics for fill rates, on-time delivery, damage rates and other key distribution metrics. The company needed immediate improvements to satisfy the demands of its retail customers.
Challenge: With a supply chain spanning the farthest reaches of the globe, it wasn't uncommon for this heavy equipment manufacturer to lose sight of its shipments, resulting in frequent delivery delays and headaches for its dealers. Traditional point-to-point solutions were falling short in the supply chain.
Challenge: This global food manufacturer and distributor is one of the world's largest companies, exporting to over 70 countries. With an eye toward sustainable growth, the company realized their global trade process needed a transformation – manually intensive processes would often lead to inaccurate duty payments, documentation errors, and shipment delays.
Challenge: On July 30, 2014, 11 months after trumpeting its plan to invest $25 million in Myanmar's Asian Wings Airways, All Nippon Airways walked away. From the start, local media had reported Asian Wings' alleged ties with Tay Za, a connection the airline denied. Japan’s All Nippon didn't mention those ties when it canceled the deal, citing instead the small Myanmar market and, as MGO highlighted two months earlier, rising competition.