WAREHOUSING SOUTH AFRICA
|ID Logistics South Africa, part of the global contract logistics company, is a leader in perishable, FMCG and retail contract logistics, offering end-to-end logistics services, such as warehousing, primary transportation and secondary distribution.
ID Logistics South Africa is part of the ID Logistics Group, a global leader in contract logistics that supports customers’ strategies through all supply chain functions related to innovation and optimisation.
We offer end-to-end logistics services, such as warehousing, primary transportation and secondary distribution for fresh/chilled, ambient, food and non-food goods. The Group has now acquired market-leading expertise in e-commerce logistics and can meet the needs of e-commerce specialists, distributors and manufacturers. In just a few years, ID Logistics has grown to become the leading e-commerce logistics provider in France and is replicating this strategy in Europe, Latin America and Asia.
The group, established in 2001, has an recognised track record in contract logistics through operations across 17 countries in 300 locations across the world; over 5,500,000 sqm of warehouses; 19,000 employees; and revenue of US$ 1,637 million in 2017. The South African operation commenced in 2012, through a joint venture partnership with Danone Southern Africa and ID Logistics Fresh SA (Pty) Ltd, and have since expanded to service other clients within the network.
Today, ID Logistics is recognised as a leader in perishable, FMCG contract logistics in South Africa, with global multinationals and local clients, such as Danone, Nestlé,Woody’s, Mayo Dairy, Denny, Spar, OK Foods, and Sir Fruit, to name a few.
|ID Logistics’ resources include a team of transport and warehouse engineers, project managers, an IT team to customise systems, as well as a continuous improvement team and a sizeable support structure from the global company. As a global business, ID Logistics has the infrastructure, technical skills and depth of resource to take new and tailored solutions to market quickly and easily.
The business sectors we service include:
Supermarkets and hypermarkets, DIY, household equipment as well as sporting goods, which require specific knowledge of peaks in activity to be managed efficiently, coupled with logistics flows in terms of storage or just-in-time deliveries. Our global clients in this sector include Carrefour, Auchan, Alinéa, Conforama, Castorama and GO Sport.
This sector requires the ability to manage flows from factory to client, with very high-quality standards in terms of respecting environmental standards. Associated with co-packing or postponement, the logistics services provided frequently lead to overall management of the supply chain. Our global team has delivered services to clients such as Pepsico, Panzani, Beiersdorf, Danone, P&G and PPG, offering different products but always with a focus on logistical flows and excellence.
|Cosmetic & Fragrance
This sector is characterised by automated order picking expertise in luxury or high-value added products. Highly flexible resources are needed in order to adapt to the seasonal nature of these products while also maintaining lasting high quality standards. Prestigious clients include Guerlain, Elizabeth Arden, Coty, Marionnaud, Loreal and Puig.
This sector is characterised by management of import and export flows worldwide, customs management, secure warehouses, precision in the management of products for a very large number of products stored, flat or hanging. It is vital to be able to adapt resources to seasonal volumes and sale periods. Chloé, Cortefield, Le Coq Sportif, Puma, Kiabi and CWF have placed their trust in ID Logistics.
The speed of introducing new products to the market is a key requirement of the sector. Managing import flows from outside Europe, co-packing a very large number of units in record time and shipping them at the same time to different distribution channels are challenges faced every minute. Bouygues Telecom, Sony Electronique, Fuji, Avenir Telecom have entrusted their logistics to ID Logistics.
Anticipating the unpredictability of orders by guaranteeing a no-fault no-delay end customer promise are the everyday challenges facing pure-play operators and multi-channel specialists. Vente-Privée, Cdiscount, Auchan.fr, Nespresso and Leroy Merlin sell a wide range of products but have the same requirements in terms of speed and excellence of execution.
ID Logistics South Africa, part of the international contract logistics group, honoured its supply chain at a recent gala event for clients, suppliers and staff at Randlords in Johannesburg.
ID Logistics South Africa, part of the international contract logistics group, has installed a Centralised Control Tower at its head office in Boksburg, Gauteng to manage operations for its growing client base across the country.
ID Logistics SA marked another strong year with high potential new clients within an innovation-driven culture.
ID Logistics SA, part the global contracts logistics group, has embarked on a national initiative to reduce its carbon footprint, starting with electricity consumption at its Gauteng distribution centre in Boksburg.
After on-boarding 11 new clients in the FMCG perishable sector this year and extending their anchor client, Danone’s contract until 2022, ID Logistics South Africa has set its view on targeting other categories, such as fruit and vegetables, flowers and other vertical markets.
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