Agility Philippines offers Agility Pack, which is environmentally friendly reinforced corrugated paper that’s 100 percent recyclable, very light and easy to assemble. It weighs approximately half of the usual wooden pallet and offers cost savings -- with double stacking allowed.
Strong Contract Logistics
We have more than 25,000 sqm of warehouse facilities across the Philippines. These include multi-temperature storage environments and bonded, FTZ and duty-paid facilities. We offer racked and bulk storage options, along with warehouse management, barcoding, labelling, repacking/kitting, and returns management/reverse logistics.
Our specialties include warehouse and inventory management, network planning, transport route scheduling, systems integration, materials handling and project management.
Why Agility in Philippines
Specialized Logistics for Exhibitions & Events – Philippines
Agility Fairs & Events offers a convenient “single point of contact” service tailored to our clients. We specialise in moving equipment and exhibits, and provide logistics solutions to companies covering a broad spectrum of industries. Whether it is trade fairs,…
Specialized Logistics for Exhibitions & Events – SIGMA 2021
Agility Fairs & Events is the recommended freight forwarder and on-site handling contractors for SiGMA Manila 2021 to be held in SMX Convention Centre, Manila 27 – 28 May 2021. Agility Fairs & Events offers a convenient “single point of…
Lower your transport costs with the Agility Pack Agility’s specially designed Agility Pack paper pallets are a cheaper alternative to wooden pallets. Agility Packs are lighter but just as strong and durable as wooden pallets. Grow your exports while lowering…
Agility’s industry-leading tools offer customers collaboration in the cloud; inventory, vendor, and document management; EDI; instant quotes and online booking; tailored reporting; and full visibility and control down to the SKU level.
Mega Hub consolidates and manages storage of 8,000 pallet positions
A global market leader in the housing, building equipment and sanitary wares industry was languishing with operational inefficiencies. Its disorganized inventories were spread over six warehouses. Agility stepped in to consolidate and manage inventory storage into one new warehouse known as the Mega Hub. It now handles 8,000 pallet positions, and all orders from the company’s retail and project clients are processed and dispatched through the Mega Hub. Agility provides online and real-time visibility with its proprietary Track and Trace system, which is integrated with the Warehouse Management System. This strategy has given the company’s sales team an effective tool to increase sales and provide a new level of customer satisfaction.
Footwear firm’s warehouse productivity jumps 60% with improved inbound receiving
Using time-in-motion studies and Six Sigma D-M-A-I-C methodology, Agility’s contract logistics group identified a logjam in the warehouse receiving process for a global footwear and sports apparel company. Processing was being slowed down at the point where workers lifted items by hand from containers up onto pallets. Agility replaced old, labor-intensive equipment with expandable rollers. Items could be rolled directly from the containers onto the pallets, without being lifted by hand. This expedited the process of filling pallets, which had a big impact on operational efficiency. Productivity jumped by 60 percent, and the introduction of expandable rollers allowed employees to handle other tasks and reduced the need for more manpower, bringing down labor costs for the customer.
In-depth inventory analysis recovers 1.6M to 31M items of lost inventory
A multinational electronics manufacturing company suffered from millions of variances in its inventory records due to inconsistent processes and lack of inventory control. An Agility analytics team was able to observe, document, analyze and improve the inventory problems that had hounded the company for so long. Within a few months, the team successfully accounted for a majority of the “lost” inventory. Variances improved from 39 percent to 88 percent, or between 1.6 million to 31 million items. The team continued to make improvements through re-alignment and stricter control measures. The project’s success has led Agility’s inventory analysis team to new opportunities in contract logistics, VMI operations and international freight forwarding.
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