A Brief Introduction

Logística de México – LDM is a consultant specialized in Supply Chain with more than 21 years of experience in the industry with a client portfolio made up of more than 600 national and international companies from different market sectors.
We are fortunate to have diverse clients since the beginning of our operations thanks to the quality, closeness and personalization of each of our services that enhance the results of each of our clients. This is what makes us stand out in the market.
We want to take this opportunity to offer you our consulting services and implementation of solutions for the Supply Chain and other areas of the company.

Specifically we could help you in the following way:

Planning: Demand Planning, S&OP, Inventory Optimization, Control, management and KPI’s, Inventory Control, Loss Prevention, Asset Management.

Manufacturing: MRP, Lean Manufacturing, Process Reengineering, Continuous or batch manufacturing processes, Operational Excellence.

Storage: Design of Distribution Center, Visibility in the warehouse, Administration of the labor force, Increase in productivity, Assortment by Voice, Radio frequencies, printers, RFDI, Inventory taking, as well as Artificial Intelligence solutions (robots goods to person) .

Transportation: Distribution network design, Transportation Administration, Optimization of distribution routes, maintenance, Selection and evaluation of suppliers.

Store: Inventory Optimization, Replenishment synchronization against real demand, Inventory and shrinkage control, Sell-out Analysis.

Customer: Omni-channel Distribution Channels, Sales Increase, Shopping Experience, Customer Loyalty.

Client Projects & Portfolio

Supply Chain Digitalization of Impulsora Sahuayo
Supply Chain Transformation Warehouse Management Systems
<p><p>Impulsora Sahuayo sought to transform its Distribution Center through the use of a system that would allow full visibility of its inventory in real time, with the following results:</p> <p>- Improvement in their fill rate, currently they have 99%</p> <p>- Efficiency improvement of 15%</p> <p>- Improvement in its operating costs of 18%</p> <p>- Increase in the distribution of routes</p></p>
Total transformation of the Miniso México Supply Chain
Digital Transformation in Supply Chain Warehouse Management Systems
<p>Miniso México was looking for a strategic partner that would allow it to grow its operations in the American continent, it required experience in processes as well as best practices and technological solutions, obtaining as results:</p> <p>- Inventory reliability went from 75% to 99%</p> <p>- Additional 50% increase in labor productivity</p> <p>- Increase in the level of service, going from 70% to 99.9%</p> <p>- Reduction of two percentage points in Distribution costs, keeping them below 1.5%</p>

Industry Verticals

  • Wholesale
  • Supply Chain & Logistics
  • Retail & Consumer Goods
  • Retail
  • Real Estate
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Manufacturing
  • Logistics
  • Hotels
  • Healthcare
  • Food & Beverage
  • Fashion
  • Ecommerce
  • Business Services
  • Beauty
  • Automotive

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