Did you know that Vietnam logistics uses a systematic approach to solve problems?


release time:

2022-09-08

In the past, the purpose of implementing Vietnam's logistics management was to achieve a given level of customer service at the lowest possible total cost, that is, to seek a dynamic balance between service advantages and cost advantages, and thereby create a strategic advantage for the enterprise in the competition. . According to this goal, the basic problem to be solved by logistics management in Vietnam, simply put, is to provide the right products to the customers at the right time and at the right place with the right quantity and the right price.

In the past, the purpose of implementing Vietnam's logistics management was to achieve a given level of customer service at the lowest possible total cost, that is, to seek a dynamic balance between service advantages and cost advantages, and thereby create a strategic advantage for the enterprise in the competition. . According to this goal, the basic problem to be solved by logistics management in Vietnam, simply put, is to provide the right products to the customers at the right time and at the right place with the right quantity and the right price.

Logistics management in Vietnam emphasizes the use of a systematic approach to problem solving. Modern Vietnamese logistics is generally considered to be composed of transportation, storage, packaging, loading and unloading, distribution processing, distribution and information. Each link originally has its own functions, interests and concepts. The system approach is to use modern management methods and modern technology to share overall information in all links, organize and manage all links as an integrated system, so that the system can provide competitive products at the lowest possible total cost. Superior customer service.

The systems approach believes that the benefits of a system are not simply the sum of the benefits of their individual parts. A systematic approach means that all the influencing factors should be analyzed and evaluated for a certain aspect of the problem that arises. Starting from this idea, Vietnam's logistics system does not simply pursue its own low cost in each link, because the benefits of each link of Vietnam's logistics have a tendency to influence and restrict each other, and there is an alternate vulnerable relationship.

For example, overemphasizing the saving of logistics packaging materials in Vietnam may lead to an increase in transportation and handling costs due to its easy damage. Thus, a systems approach emphasizes the need to perform a total cost analysis, as well as an analysis that avoids sub-optimal effects and cost trade-offs applied in order to achieve a low total cost while meeting a given level of customer service.