Managing Your International Supply Chain in Brazil
July 5, 2010
Nearly 7 out of 10 supply chain executives in Brazil cited total landed costs of importing products into the country as their greatest challenge. These costs include purchase price, freight transportation, insurance and other inbound logistics costs to the port of destination, plus customs duties and other taxes on shipments.
“As Brazilian companies become part of regional and global supply chains, they increasingly are looking to reduce the landed cost of their imports and speed their delivery to markets here,” explained Roberto Croce, general manager of BDP International in Brazil.
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