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Keys to a Successful Distribution Business

Date: 20-04-2016
Author: Alina Răfoi


Have you ever wondered what having a successful business means? A successful distribution business, like any business, starts with a successful business plan, with hard working and involved people, to help it grow "organically". This "organic" growing requires time and attention.


But how do you know if your distribution business is moving in the right direction? How can you make sure that you know at any time what happens to your money? What are the signals that you need systems for business growth? After 22 years of experience and thousands of discussions with distribution business people,

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Handlopex uses SocrateCloud, the complete ERP solution for distribution

Date: 14-04-2016
Author: Alina Răfoi


SocrateCloud ERP and SocrateBI support Handlopex Romania in developing a multichannel distribution network of tyres and rims. In its first year of operation, Handlopex Romania generated a turnover of 1.5 million Euro and was positioned as a reliable supplier on the Romanian market.

Handlopex, a European leader in the distribution of tires, with a turnover exceeding EUR 170 million and sales of over 3 million tyres annually at group level, chose SocrateCloud, complete solution for distribution, to manage the entire activity of the new Romanian branch, which generated a turnover that exceeded 1.5 million in the first year of operation and has positioned itself as a reliable distributor on the Romanian market.

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Cross-docking, Low Stock Storage for Distribution

Date: 11-04-2016
Author: Alina Răfoi

Cross-docking is a warehouse activity, a transfer of goods from trucks that come from a distribution center (from manufacturers in most cases) onto trucks that go to the final customers. Cross-docking means reducing or partially removing the storage activity, reducing the stock activities (inventory, putaway, transfer, etc) and, finally, the costs.

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