CarePack® - Logistics
The standard components of CarePack® are assembled together at Vestergaard Frandsen's facility in Vietnam. The packaging, which is in the form of a cardboard box, has been designed to be reopen-able in order to facilitate the option of adding specific components according to different country requirements. The main factors influencing variations are available resources, partners involved and the local policy.Carton packaging offers an advantage of efficient storage of multiple stacking and onward handling over multi-modal transportation.
Vestergaard Frandsen works with a multitude of local partners to provide the exceptional service of delivering products to in-country destinations rather than simply shipping them to the container port, as is the case with most suppliers.
We have developed a distribution network across the African continent, establishing delivery channels for deeper penetration inland and ensuring a seamless delivery to the end destination.
With 13 regional offices across Africa, Asia and the Americas, Vestergaard Frandsen provides an exceptional local and international customer service. Being close to the market is an unequivocal benefit for our customers and partners, allowing rapid and proactive service and market intelligence.
Vestergaard Frandsen also has warehouse facilities in the remotest parts of the world, allowing the company to help programme implementers distribute products affordably and efficiently.
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