How can we help?
Unipart Logistics first entered Japan in 2001, before expanding into China in 2008. Our growth journey in China included developing a nationwide presence of bonded and non-bonded sites, serving the rapidly expanding automotive industry. We brought our experience in a complex but key industry sector that was developed over decades. By 2010, Unipart Logistics was also operating across Australia, India and a rapidly expanding South Korea.
As environments, markets and consumer behaviour change, supply chains need to adapt. Asia Pacific is wide ranging and rapidly evolving, and increasingly at the forefront of many consumer trends. Our experience includes rapid supply chain establishment to larger transformations and inventory balancing. Within this we offer a variety of supply chain services including; Advanced Warehouse Solutions, Aftermarket Logistics, Inventory Optimisation, Integrated Transport Management Solutions, Repair and Refurbishment, Lifecycle Management, Kitting, Packing, Customer Service, Supply Chain Visibility and Digital Supply Chain Technology.
Through the Unipart Way and our focus on employee engagement and operational excellence, Unipart Logistics has grown over the years with our customers. In China, this includes building a new and highly responsive Asia Pacific wide supply chain for the world’s leading electric car company, which moves product rapidly and grows when required, with minimal notice. This includes the receipt of product from multiple domestic and international locations, as well as packing services, intelligent warehousing and international distribution.
Our experience in Australia is equally varied. We manage complex supply chains for large automotive clients in Sydney and Melbourne, bringing proven methodology and digital systems to a diverse market where efficiency levels are a key determinant in supply chain success. This, combined with nearly 20 years experience in Japan and over 10 years in South Korea, enables Unipart logistics to provide a unique perspective to regional supply chain management and transformation.
Is your supply chain capable of adapting to change as readily as you wish in the fast changing Asia Pacific market?
Contact us now to see how our experience in adapting and managing supply chains in the ever-changing Asia Pacific region could be the solution for your business.
Our Asia Pacific customers include...
Looking East to Supply Chain Perspectives and Issues in China
China’s booming economy is turning heads. Is there space for Western companies to establish business there and what supply chain issues will they face? China investing heavily in transport logistics As with the rest of the world, mass globalisation has heightened pressures for logistical speed, paving the way for China’s $900 billion Belt and Road
Moving East: Optimising Your China Supply Chain Strategy
2017 saw the fastest economic growth in China for two years, signalling a wealth of opportunities for automotive, retail, and players from other industries looking to reach and engage new consumers around the world. Optimising the supply chain strategy around China’s logistics challenges is key for businesses looking to capitalise on the country’s exciting market conditions. But
AI and the future of supply chain management
Encompassing multiple, often overlapping disciplines across the supply chain, artificial intelligence is set to empower supply chain management on a global scale. As Forrester puts it, we’re six years into the Age of the Customer, when digitally empowered consumers place increased service expectations on every brand interaction. The Chartered Management Institute suggests that emerging technology
Battery disposal: big challenges for the supply chain
How can the industry deal with batteries in a safer, less wasteful way? In February 2019, a recycling site fire in St Helens ignited an area of 50 x 50 metres and sparked public health warnings due to a resulting 30-metre-high smoke plume. It took firefighters a whole weekend to extinguish the blaze, which was
Why We Need to Remove Single-Use Plastic from Supply Chains
How to head for a sustainable, cost-effective supply chain future With over 8 million tons of plastic ending up in the oceans each year, businesses around the world are waking up to the fact that they need to review their corporate responsibility and address the environmental impact of their supply chains. There are benefits to