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This has led to an economic advantage that often does not correspond to an improvement in the services offered, with the concrete risk of “depersonalizing” the relationship between the customer and the service company.
• relocation and presence on the global market.
• regulation of international trade – eg. WTO, UNCTAD, IMO, ASEAN,
ECOSOC, OCDE –
• the growth in consumption and demand for services, particularly in developing areas.
The new industrial models and the great changes have affected the markets causing greater complexity of the logistic chains.
The most frequent requests concern the immediate control of all the processes of the logistic chain, the “just in time” and the guarantee of service excellence.
Our ideal customer typically resides in large organizational contexts with complex problems to manage, in a short time and at low costs; we are confident that our know how is the real engine of customer service, with a view to "Service on Demand".