These services are given: Consulting, when the client does not need to outsource their operations, but needs help. Insourcing, when the client needs to outsource while continuing to use their assets. Outsourcing, when the client needs to outsource using our assets.
Yobel Supply Chain Management is a strategic ally for your business, we share the risk and the successes, guaranteeing integrated solutions with proven benefits. Our extensive experience in Supply Chain Management combined with our permanent industrial and logistics training allows us to help companies identify operational improvements and take actions that lead to quick results. Some of the benefits we can achieve are: reduction and high turnover of inventories, reduction of shortages, reduction of product costs, reduction of the production cycle and reduction of transaction costs.
Some traits are: excessive inventory, increased costs, poor customer service, lost profits, low asset performance.
The best benefits are realized from a cost point of view. A recent study showed that total supply chain costs reach 75% of the operating expense budget. The MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) conducted a study that showed that companies that have successfully implemented these programs achieve benefits among which we can count: Inventory reductions up to 50% Increase in deliveries on time by 40% Reduction of the accumulated cycle of the product by 27% Doubling inventory turnover Reduction in 9 times the missing Increase in sales by 17% Another study by a consulting company found that these companies typically achieve excellent results in: reducing operating costs by 20%; improve asset productivity; be more efficient in responding to changing market demands.
Some of the product categories we serve are: Cosmetics Personal care Home care Consumer products E-commerce Telecommunications Household items Automotive Commissary The sales channels we serve are: Direct sale, door to door. Retail sales, supermarkets, distributors, wholesalers, retailers. Internet Exports.
There are four criteria for evaluating a supply chain from a strategic point of view. Costs: Activity-based cost analysis, or “ABC”, is a good tool. Costs can also be assigned by channel or by customer. In the case of a horizontal management process, in which the function is “handed over” to another link in the chain, it is vitally important to know its cost in detail when transferring it. Inventory is another measurement criteria, since it represents a considerable value in terms of current assets. Speed; that is, the time elapsed between the generation of an order and the corresponding delivery of the order to the customer. Financial measurement: metrics have to reflect the overall efficiency of the process. For example, a measure that is being used with increasing frequency is “cash-to-cash,” or cash versus cash. In this mode, the supplier only charges the merchandise delivered once the marketer receives payment from the customer.
Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, México, Perú, Puerto Rico, República Dominicana , Panamá and United Estates.
With more than 36 years of experience, we cover more than 200,000 destinations, we process more than 10,000 daily orders, with delivery fulfillments of maximum 24 hours. We ship in packages / units tailored to the client, from 1 unit to pallets.
All your logistics operations can be seen through our website, where we give you a username and password, you can also give your customers access to see information relevant to the monitoring of their orders.
Yobel, when working with clients, focuses on creating value for the company, that is, for the shareholder. For Yobel SCM, the most efficient measure to measure the value created is the EVA (Economic Value Added) or economic value added. This ratio measures in aggregate how efficient the company is to generate profits above the cost of the money invested in the capital with which those profits are generated. In this way, in each section of the supply chain, costs and assets are evaluated to ensure that they have maximum productivity and efficiency.
Products are worthless until they are in the hands of consumers at the required time and place. Every day it is more difficult to differentiate our products at the point of sale, every day the competition launches products on the market with more ease and lower costs than the original ones, in this way, the only alternative to remain competitive is to have a well-designed supply chain that allows to be in the consumer first and at the lowest cost. In addition, the total costs of the supply chain reach up to 55% of the sales value.
Informatics is not an additional supply chain support function, rather it is the enabler, the means by which several links are integrated into a single chain. Information technology should help in three different categories: Support operational activities, short-term decision making, handling daily transactions, order processing, shipments, warehouse movements, etc. Support planning and medium-term decision making, such as supporting demand planning, master production scheduling, and in general the optimal allocation of resources. Support strategic analysis by providing modulation tools and other tools that synthesize data for scenario planning, help management evaluate distribution centers, suppliers, outsourced services, etc.