Delivery of Goods and Services are Compromised


Andreas Klippe no responses February 26, 2018

Factories depend on deliveries of raw materials for their production. Regular scheduling of deliveries means a smooth transition for a continuous line of supply to the production. The line will keep on working as long the supply is uninterrupted. Factories are heavily depended on raw materials to manufacture their goods. Without the materials, the goods aren’t made.

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Any delay in the deliveries could spell disaster in the production of the goods. The delays could come from a variety of reasons. One possibility is the accident on the roads or misdirections. It can be easily be remedied with follow-up calls to the driver. Once the location is established, an investigating team is dispatch to look into the situation.

Other possibilities could be nature in origin such as heavy floodings. Floods in the industrial areas especially the bay delivery ports could delay the shipments. Trucks cannot enter due to the high flood levels.

Flooding in the delivery bay

Flooding around the delivery bay of the factory site can delay the delivery of the raw materials. Floodwaters could compromise the condition of the raw materials. if it gets wet it is unusable . Not getting the delivery on time could ruin the scheduled delivery dates of the finished products. This could ruin the reputation of the company for not being reliable.

Erecting flood control barriers around the delivery bay can keep it flood free and allow access for the delivery vans to drop-off the materials. Also it will be able to load up the finished products to be shipped out on time. Having a flood control barriers could mean the difference for on time deliveries or delayed shipments.

Considering the La Nina phenomenon is active this year. This is best time to install the flood control barriers. Don’t take risks in the timely delivery of the needed materials for your factory. Do it now.

Andreas Klippe

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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

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