When contracting with the Government, you can manufacture your product perfectly; but if the labels are on the wrong place and/or the packaging techniques and materials used are not to specification . . .Read more
It happens on nearly any large-scale worksite. You have parts and materials being shipped into the site at all hours and from dozens, or maybe even hundreds, of vendors. You have . . .Read more
Optimize your industrial supply chain with Deufol’s warehousing and technology solutions. You have parts and products you need to stock, but you don’t necessarily have the space required . . .Read more
Get the transparency and control you’ve always wanted with Deufol’s Photo Documentation. One of our most innovative chain of custody monitoring solutions, Photo Documentation takes tracking to the next level with a complete visual record of your supply chain at every step. . .Read more
You can’t afford delays, cost overruns, or excessive downtime in production. You need a seamless, comprehensive plan. You need a partner who is an expert in handling industrial relocations...Read more
Foreign markets present a double-edged sword for today’s manufacturers. On one hand, they represent untapped potential and an opportunity to grow sales and expand your market. On the other hand, they present a complex challenge. Exporting product and materials to a foreign market is no small feat. There are logistical hurdles, packaging issues, and plenty of regulatory red tape. Without the right knowledge or experience, you could encounter shipping delays, customs problems, damaged product, or more.
In any project, managing the supply chain can be a complex and challenging endeavor. You could have hundreds or even thousands of parts coming in from a wide range of vendors. Those parts may have to be distributed within your facility, or maybe you need to unpack and repackage them before sending them out to a job site.
If you regularly ship goods internationally, you probably know the ISPM-15 guideline. The ISPM-15 has been drawn up by the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) and describes the treatment of wood used in the international movement of goods with the aim of killing organisms such as parasites in the wood. It mainly applies to means of transport such as transport crates and pallets.Read More