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Watch: Managing a Global Supply Chain Ecosystem: A Case Study

Supply Chain Brain

In this case study, a fourth-party logistics (4PL) provider based in Lima, Peru describes the partnership that allowed it to expand its services from Latin America to Europe and beyond.

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A True Supply Chain Transformation Requires the Proper Talent

Logistics Viewpoints

Belcorp Corporation, headquartered in Peru, manufactures cosmetics and personal care products for women in 14 nations across South and Central America. In Belcorp’s case they have four factories located in Colombia, Mexico, Peru, and Ecuador. Belcorp, like most companies in their industry, has quite a complex supply chain.


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An update on copper


Geographically speaking, copper is produced by “a very narrow supply base,” according to Mining Technology : “65% of documented copper resources in just five countries: Chile, Australia, Peru, Mexico, and the US.” Beyond mining, the processing and refining industrial base is even more narrow.

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American Software Reports Third Quarterof Fiscal Year 2022 Results


., Empresa Siderurgica del Peru SAA, Intertape Polymer Corp., During the quarter, SaaS subscription and/or software license agreements were signed with customers located in the following 10 countries: Australia, Canada, Ireland, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Peru, Sweden, United Kingdom and United States. Mustad Netherlands B.V.,

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The Remarkable Supply Chain of the Coffee Bean


The majority of the world’s coffee beans are grown in Brazil, Vietnam, Peru and Colombia, but can also be grown in other favourable, humid climates. In between this process, the beans go through international transporters, export sellers and retailers like grocery stores, cafes and specialty shops.

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Copper in flux


The volatility of the last few months was tracked in real time by subscribers to Resilinc’s CommodityWatch AI as the service alerted customers to protests in Peru, droughts in Chile, M&As in the mining industry and other disruptions—as well as the larger economic factors mentioned by Davidson.

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Logistics in Latin America: A Mosaic of Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities

Talking Logistics

However, if you import in Brazil or Peru, for example, when a shipment arrives at the port, it has to be moved first to a fiscal warehouse to clear customs, which adds lead time and cost to the end-to-end supply chain process.

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