Location analytics to Optimize Distribution Routes
| Location intelligence through techniques based on Big Data collects spatial data in order to improve the decisions made in logistics centers, allowing the use of location and its related data points, creating solutions and optimizing distribution routes.
Can data science mitigate the supply chain crisis impact?
| The current global crisis in supply chains is forcing companies to manage their distribution methods by adopting a proactive approach based on Big Data and advanced analytics.
Global Supply Chain Crisis?
| COVID-19 and climate change have directly impacted the supply chains of the sectors and industries that generate the most economic output.
Supply Chains Predictive Analytic benefits
| Unlike historical analytics, predictive supply chain analytics allows you to anticipate and prepare for the future, taking out the conjectures planning processes and improving decision making.
Big Data and the Last Mile Business
| The last mile is the journey of a product from the warehouse shelf to the back of a truck and the customer's door, thus being the final step in the operational process, when the package finally arrives at the consumer's door. In addition to being one of the keys to customer satisfaction, last mile delivery is the most problematic part of the shipping process.
Geospatial Data to Optimize Supply Chains
| Through geospatial data analysis techniques, CentralAmericaData carried out an analysis of five Walmart distribution centers in Florida, United States, with the aim of identifying patterns in the supply chains of these five centers and their relationships with commercial establishments and other logistics complexes in the State.
Big Data to Infer Relationships between Companies
| By analyzing the large volumes of anonymous data generated by mobile devices, it is possible to establish whether a distribution center has a commercial relationship with other logistics complexes, and even with establishments that serve the end consumer.
Cargo Airport Project is Unfeasible
| In Guatemala, according to the air transport union, the project of the new cargo airport to be developed in the Port of San Jose, Escuintla, is unfeasible in operational and commercial terms.
Freight Transport: Freight Cost Up 10%
| Salvadoran carriers estimate that between January and May 2021, the cost of freight between El Salvador and Guatemala has increased from $500 to $548, a rise that is largely explained by the increase in the price of diesel.
Logistics Center: $80 Million Investment
| The Panamanian government announced that Grupo Rey plans to invest in the construction of a distribution center, which will be located in the community of Pacora on a 55-hectare plot of land.
Retail: Costs vs. Profitability
| Accurately calculating freight costs and delivery times to make online sales profitable for companies are, in this context of the e-commerce rise, some of the most important challenges for the retail sector.
Enterprise Solutions: Logistics Applications
| Identifying whether in the logistics chain of crates used for beverage transportation there are possible illegitimate uses and detecting the points in the process where theft is more likely to occur, are part of the problems that can be solved through business intelligence methodologies.
Logistics Complexes and Market Demand
| Small warehouses located in strategic locations that serve to quickly distribute the merchandise sold online, are the type of properties that in this context of new business reality have gained ground.
Logistics: Investments in Costa Rica
| Segex, a logistics company that operates in Costa Rica's Coyol Free Zone, invested $10 million to build new infrastructure and equip its facilities.
Electronic Equipment: New Logistics Center in Guatemala
| Intcomex, a company that distributes technology products in the Guatemalan market, began operating a new logistics center that required a $20 million investment and is located in the municipality of Mixco.
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