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Moving goods in Africa – what you need to know

When Africa supply chain management is the topic of discussion, frequently used words include inefficiency, bottlenecks, bureaucracy, corruption, poor infrastructure and the occasional “chaos”. It is easy to fall into the trap of grouping all African countries into the same categories. However, there are significant similarities and differences from country to country and region to […]

Africa’s urbanisation: making sense of the numbers

A few years back I conducted a route-to-market project for a pan-African television network in Zambia. Our project took me to Chipata, the capital of the Eastern Province of Zambia. Chipata has an estimated population of less than a hundred thousand. But in Africa, population estimates don’t always tell the full story. For one, population […]

Think Juba not Jacksonville – supply chain trends in Africa

Some years ago I attended a supply chain conference in South Africa addressed by an impressive list of speakers from South Africa, Europe and the US. One of the sessions focused on supply chain trends, presented by a well known supply chain thought leader from the US. Directly after the conference I flew to South […]

Outsourcing Transportation in Africa – checklist

Below is a list of issues to consider when outsourcing transportation: Capability – Assess the capability of the provider. Does the transporter own the fleet or is he acting as an agent? It normally warrants a visit to assess assets, procedures, systems and skills. Reliability & reputation – Determine the reliability of the transport providers. […]

Outbound transportation issues in Africa

Transportation is Africa presents some unique challenges for any organization operating in the continent. The high cost of transport is one of the biggest challenges for almost every industry in Africa. It is estimated that the cost of transporting goods is 60-70 percent higher than the US and Europe.  In particular, landlocked countries such as […]

Cross-docking: The need for speed

In today’s high velocity supply chain world, companies are increasingly focusing on distribution methods that will drive efficiency and increase customer satisfaction. Gone are the days where customer service was merely a buzz word. With the focus on customer service, companies have moved away for a supply driven business towards a demand driven business.  Companies […]

Selection of mode of transport

Speed of mode – water transport takes much longer than air transport Volume to ship – heavy, low value goods are more suitable for rail and water transport Flexibility of mode – road transport is considered more flexible Visibility of mode – can we track the goods shipped? Weight of freight – a heavy load […]

The advantages of Transportation Management Systems

Increased visibility. Today’s supply chain managers need to make quicker decisions based on real-time data. With increased visibility, companies become more agile and more responsive to changes. Centralization of control. Centralization allows companies to make better use of shipment consolidation and pooling opportunities. Companies can now share shipping schedules across departments and business units. This […]

A greener reverse logistics

Reverse logistics is increasingly becoming a factor for manufacturers and customers. Reverse logistics can be defined as the flow of purchased products back to the supply chain for recycling, replacement or disposal. Some of the benefits of a well planned reverse logistical process are: Reducing energy or fuel cost. A better network distribution design will […]