Logisfashion, Spanish multinational specialized in logistics for fashion and ecommerce, is promoting its international transport and customs management services, as part of its strategy to offer its customers directly, end-to-end logistics solutions. The plan is supported by a strong investment in technology that provides visibility, traceability and control of its operations from end to end, as well as a specialized team with a long history in the sector.
The project has been implemented for a few years in Mexico, and recently in Spain and the rest of Latin America to consolidate Logisfashion’s offer as a comprehensive specialist in fashion logistics at an international level.
“The peculiarities of Forwarding and customs requirements that vary depending on the country, together with the complex context in which we find ourselves with the shortage of containers, the blockages of the merchandise, the increase in costs, among others; make brands focus on specialized logistics partners to defend their interests around the world and advise them at all times“, Explain Francisco Ferrer, Director of Forwarding at Logisfashion.
With this new step, Logisfashion reinforces its activity and complements its “end to end” value proposition for the fashion and ecommerce sector, which deals with quality control at origin in Asia, with international transport and customs advice, in addition to its main activities such as logistics for retail and ecommerce, until its distribution to the end customer, including reverse logistics, with the advantage of having a single interlocutor.
All this, combining experience and technology. The model is based on a technological development that will provide visibility throughout the chain through a “control tower “ that will allow to have all the information for the different business areas of the company and complete traceability by sku and order.
“The world of fashion and lifestyle is constantly evolving and with e-commerce opening new business models, especially due to its global nature, since you can access new markets without large investments, which opens up new horizons for retailers” , Explain Red Sea, who is leading the project at Logisfashion.
“This breadth of vision implies that customers require operators with a global presence and services that cover the entire supply chain, from the factory to the end customer, having visibility and traceability of the merchandise at all times.”, Underlines the directive.
In this sense, Logisfashion continues investing and betting on new technologies as it has always done since its foundation, since it is one of the pillars of the company.