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Trust in supply chains is broken due to actions outside the control of the business. Manufacturing, product lead time variability, shipping, port and wage issues present countless obstacles that create inefficiencies in your supply chain. 

Supply Chain adaptation, process improvements and innovation help businesses survive in difficult times and thrive in recoveries.  

The world is changing right now. Are your supply chains and your business adapting with it?

Visigistics offers business leaders options, strategy, and insights that work despite the challenges in today’s supply chain complexities.


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Visigistics provides supply chains services for companies small and large.

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Below are some frequently asked questions about Supply Chain Management:

A business should be working toward implementing all the best practices that are relevant to them.  But, it is difficult to specifically say which best practices your company should be using without and assessment of your business.  Typically there is maturing in Supply Chain capabilities and change that needs to happen within an organization to drive best practices implementations.

Some of the broad best practices that we see companies implement are:

  • Effective internal and external planning
  • Efficient Inventory Management techniques
  • Continuous Improvement teams / culture
  • Utilizing Lean principles to eliminate waste
  • Identifying bottlenecks that slow process throughput
  • Effectively managing risk
  • Creating resilient supply chains
  • Using data to monitor supply chain performance

We recommend using cascading KPIs that align with the business strategy.  This allows companies to monitor the health of how their logistics and supply chain operations are working to meet the expectations of the business.  By having cascading KPIs, companies can also do root cause analysis on why their supply chains may not be performing as desired.

Re-shoring and near-shoring are typically complex supply chain activities which typically will take months to years depending on the complexity.  We believe that over the next 10 years, billions of dollars of manufacturing will back to North America.

We believe that bringing manufacturing back to North America will provide significant economic and supply chain benefits to companies who pursue this avenue.

Visigistics offers a comprehensive range of Mexico Supply Chain Services to streamline business operations. These services encompass various stages of the supply chain, facilitating efficient and cost-effective operations. Some key Nearshore Manufacturing Services provided by Visigistics include:

  1. Sourcing and Procurement: Visigistics assists in sourcing and procuring the necessary materials and components for manufacturing operations, ensuring a reliable supply chain.
  2. Inventory/Warehouse Management: Visigistics optimizes inventory and warehouse management to minimize costs and maximize efficiency. Through advanced technology and expertise, they provide accurate tracking, efficient storage, and effective inventory control.
  3. Finished Product Distribution: Visigistics offers distribution services for finished products, ensuring timely delivery to customers. They employ well-established distribution networks and logistics management to meet customer demands efficiently.
  4. Transportation: Visigistics handles transportation services, providing seamless connectivity between suppliers, manufacturing facilities, and distribution centers. They employ reliable transportation partners for efficient movement of goods, resulting in reduced lead times and increased customer satisfaction.
  5. Customs Brokerage: Visigistics specializes in customs brokerage services to facilitate smooth cross-border trade. They handle documentation, compliance, and regulatory requirements, ensuring seamless customs clearance for hassle-free import and export operations.

With Visigistics' extensive Mexico Supply Chain Services, businesses can rely on a reliable and streamlined supply chain, enabling improved efficiency, reduced costs, and enhanced customer satisfaction.

Nearshoring and reshoring, a growing trend among companies, has brought about significant implications for supply chain management and logistics. As companies seek to tackle the challenges associated with higher labor costs in China and the complexities of managing a global supply chain, many are opting to relocate their operations closer to their home countries. However, this shift raises important questions regarding how nearshoring and restoring will affect the overall management of supply chains and logistics.

One notable impact of nearshoring and restoring on supply chain management is the potential for increased control and reduced complexity. When companies operate in multiple global locations, managing a complex network of suppliers, distributors, and transportation becomes quite challenging. By nearshoring or reshoring, companies can consolidate their operations and bring them under a single, more easily managed supply chain. This simplification can lead to improved oversight, more efficient coordination, and better overall control over the supply chain process.

Additionally, nearshoring and restoring can have a significant impact on logistics. Reducing the distance between production facilities and customers can result in shorter transportation routes and faster delivery times. This enables companies to be more responsive to customer demands, reduces lead times, and minimizes potential disruptions in the supply chain caused by long shipping routes or unforeseen events. Furthermore, nearshoring and restoring can allow for greater flexibility in adjusting inventory levels and responding to changing market dynamics, ultimately leading to improved efficiency and customer satisfaction.

However, it is essential to recognize that nearshoring and restoring can also introduce new challenges and complexities to supply chain management and logistics. For instance, relocating production facilities may require identifying new suppliers or renegotiating contracts with existing ones. Additionally, companies must consider the potential impact on their workforce, as nearshoring or reshoring may lead to adjustments in labor requirements and workforce restructuring.

As companies continue to explore nearshoring and reshoring as options, a comprehensive understanding of its effects on supply chain management and logistics becomes crucial for making informed decisions.

U.S. companies are increasingly opting to shift their supply chains from China to Mexico due to a variety of reasons. One prominent factor is the efficiency of ground transport. Unlike China, where goods are predominantly transported by ocean or air, Mexico offers the advantage of importing goods via ground transport in a matter of days or even hours. This saves both time and cost, making Mexico a more attractive location for manufacturing companies.

Another contributing factor is the favorable customs procedures between the United States and Mexico. The U.S. provides programs like FAST and C-TPAT, which enable expedited customs processing for U.S.-Mexico trade. These programs, initiated after 9/11, offer benefits to trusted drivers and shippers who have met specific requirements and undergone background checks. Such streamlined customs processes are not available for U.S.-China trade, giving Mexico an edge as a more efficient partner for companies.

Additionally, Mexico provides a transparent landscape with modern transportation options. Manufacturers can easily arrange door-to-door transportation services, including truck procurement, customs clearance, insurance, financing, and reporting between the U.S. and Mexico. This allows companies to focus on their core expertise instead of logistics and reduces the need for extensive in-house shipping and logistics teams.

An advantage specific to Mexico is the small language barrier between the two countries. Spanish, which is the second-most common language spoken in the U.S., facilitates effective communication with Mexican partners. This ease of communication makes it simpler to collaborate with bilingual staff and vendors and further streamlines supply chain operations.

Considering these factors, U.S. companies are increasingly relocating their supply chains from China to Mexico to benefit from faster and cost-effective ground transportation, efficient customs procedures, modern transportation options, and the advantage of a shared language.

Yes, Visigistics does provide warehousing and storage services to its customers. With our efficient system, you can conveniently drop-ship your products directly to your customers, and we guarantee quick delivery from the moment the order is received at our facility. Additionally, we offer the option to ship bulk orders back to your operations or directly to retail outlets. At Visigistics, we understand the importance of reliable warehousing and storage solutions in facilitating smooth business operations.

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