Canadian Supply Chains?

silliker

Banned
Re: Canadian Supply Chains?

I have no experience on Canadian supply chain yet, but I guess a little research would help.

You can read this one, jaredkproductions.com/2011/10/12/considering-outsourcing-your-canadian-fulfillment-service
 

AtlantaSports

New member
Re: Canadian Supply Chains?

I have not had much/any experience with Canadian supply chains, but that market is huge. Canada is a different money making machine than the United States is.
 

neural

New member
Re: Canadian Supply Chains?

Is impressive how developed and huge is the market there despite of having far less population than some smaller countries, quality over quantity I suppose. In Canada, the Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) is the national voice for advancing and promoting the profession. SCMA sets the standard of excellence for professional skills, knowledge and integrity and was the first supply chain association in the world to require that all members adhere to a Code of Ethics.
 

pramod

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Re: Canadian Supply Chains?

I have not had much/any involvement with Canadian supply chains, however that market is colossal. Canada is an alternate cash making machine than the United States is.
 

harryrosen797

New member
The market in Canada is huge and flourishing in spite of the country having a low population. The supply chain industry is in demand and is creating great opportunities which can be explored by supply chain companies.
 
Canada is a growing market and is starting to find solutions to issues that USA is having with distribution.
For example the imposition of tariffs for imported products from overseas in the US.
3DM Group is doing a great job of finding these gaps in the market and addressing them.
Their are a few up and coming fulfillment companies in Canada specializing in supply chain management including 3DM who i talked about before.
www.3-dm.com
 

Corzhens

Member
With the ongoing economic downturn worldwide because of the corona virus in China, I guess some other countries can provide the supplies although not as cheap as the Chinese products. Buyers will surely be surprised at first but later they will adapt to the higher costing of the new suppliers from Canada and other countries aside from China.
 

Alexandoy

Member
With the present issue of the virus and the damage it has done to the world economy, I guess Canada has a vantage point in providing for alternative suppliers. China has customers worldwide and they cannot deliver anymore so that leaves all the other countries the opportunity to be a substitute. It is easier said than done but it can be done if they do the right approach.
 
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