GEODIS, a leading global logistics provider, has established its sixth strategic control tower in Bangalore for its Supply Chain Optimization Line of Business, specialising in supply chain management and advisory. Bangalore Center of Excellence (CoE) will provide customers with end-to-end visibility, performance monitoring and continuous improvement to supply chain processes on a 365/7/24 multilingual basis.
Officially opened during a formal ceremony on the 21st of December, the Bangalore Center of Excellence (CoE) operates with 60 supply chain experts. It complements the existing centres in Mexico, the USA, France, Serbia and China. Centralising the technology, processes, and people needed to collect supply chain data, GEODIS CoEs provide customers with the visibility required to inform the necessary ‘live’ decision-making.
In performing the formalities at the opening ceremony, Eric Gerbi, Executive Vice President for GEODIS Supply Chain Optimization line of business, said: “GEODIS Centers of Excellence are aimed to help build a culture of excellence in our customers’ supply chain management. We strive to achieve this by managing their business from one place and improving the required overall visibility. Working closely with customers, our teams of experts optimise operational processes. By exerting total supply chain control, they improve resiliency and accelerate decision-making. These are crucial outcomes, particularly in today’s complex global supply chain ecosystem.”
As an extension of customers’ supply chain organisation (international and domestic flows, warehousing, last-mile delivery, reverse logistics), Bangalore CoE will render services from order management to pick-up and delivery management, exception management, and freight bill audit. GEODIS’ web-based innovative visibility platform forms the backbone of the centre of excellence while ensuring end-to-end visibility, performance monitoring and enhancement, continuous improvement and network optimisation.
The new CoE’s location in Bangalore was chosen primarily for the availability of a critical mass of talented supply chain specialists. The investment was also attracted because India has the world’s fifth-largest economy with a high growth rate and the biggest population of graduates.
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