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Schenker Logistics (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd company analysis. Schenker Logistic Sdn Bhd is basically an Integrated Logistic company that helps their customer with Supply Chain Management (SCM) as well as an information provider for their clients.

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Introduction Schenker Logistic Sdn Bhd is basically an Integrated Logistic company that helps their customer with Supply Chain Management (SCM) as well as an information provider for their clients. This company provides 3 kinds of services, which are Logistics services, IT services, and E-Business services. All this services are based on advance technology to aid the company in running a smooth operation. With appropriate amount of branches of ports in peninsula of Malaysia and a well earn business record, Schenker have prove to others that they are capable of being competitive in such operation technique. Logistics Services As an integrated logistic service provider, Schenker provides their customer with the following services; Worldwide Airfreight Services - JETcargo Enable their customers' product and services to reach distance in a speed, flexibility, and value effective way. JETcargo provides four time definite classes of services: FIRST - Fastest possible service for time-critical shipments BUSINESS - Accelerated service for special consignments ECONOMY - Standard Airfreight service SPECIAL - Customized service solution and full charter to meet exceptional demands Schenker's long-standing partnerships with leading international airlines and premier Air Transport Association (IATA) airfreight ranking enable them to deliver the finest import and export services available. ...read more.

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Over dimensional and heavy lift cargoes. Extensive project reference listings are available. Assisting importers and exporters from initial conception of a project opportunity through the completion, settings up and placing on foundation. Leading-Edge Technology Advancement of Information Technology (IT) is the key to Logistics Operation success, and that apply exactly to Schenker. Schenker's is proud of their advance technology in logistic, or example: their tracking devices enable them and their customer to locate the products' shipment anywhere, anytime, until it reaches the destination. Schenker believe that they are able to meet every customer's needs, with Schenker set up a system for customer to track this information in the convenience of one's office. All applications are integrated into Schenker's Worldwide Online Real Time Data (SWORD) Exchange. This system bridges incompatible data-exchange standards and formats, accelerating the transmission of information. Based on standard worldwide operating system, SWORD is easily integrated with national and international logistics applications as well as customer's internal IT applications. Integrated Logistics Services Logistics is the process of strategically managing the procurement, movement and storage of materials, parts, finished inventory and the related information flow. All this through an organization and it's marketing channels in such way that current, future and profitability are maximized through the cost effective fulfillment of orders. ...read more.

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This way they are able run the economic of scale and lower their customers' cost as well as getting more business. With a good value chain, Schenker can achieve balance in both prime activities and support activities. Large company will be interested in Schenker as they have world wide network that enables them to go globalization. And Schenker's product cycle had proven promising in the past records. Secondly, Schenker can receive smaller request from their middle class customer and consolidate them for shipment, with a fare price are give package. This way they will have higher competitive advantage than other company, as they have better technology than other company. With the advancement of Internet, transaction can be done on line hence cutting transaction cost and reduce the price to preferable by their customers, world wide. Conclusion IT is an important issue in today's logistics service provider. Without proper technology, important information such as tracking devices will be delay or totally undetectable until things are too late. IT is also the key for logistic services to go globalization. Information needs to be keep flowing in not only to the logistic firm, but also the customer as well. Without IT, there will be no understanding about the foreign investment and policies, and resulting in abandon by today's market. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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