See Maersk’s Warehouse Operations Firsthand In Peru

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Complex supply chain operations made easy

E-fulfilment solutions are frequently extremely intricate procedures that call for flexibility, accuracy, and tailored solutions to guarantee the productivity of the work line. Together with SUGO, we put into place a customised solution to run their e-fulfilment system and guarantee that the end consumer is happy once their product is delivered to their door.

A Peruvian online store named SUGO purchases goods that supermarkets are unable to sell directly. Some of the items they resale at a convenient price in a supervised retail setting are goods with package damage that does not impact their quality. This lessens the possibility of things going to waste.

Online shopping has become common and simple, but it takes a multi-step process to guarantee that your purchases arrive on time and in good shape. The following video has Edith Flores, the warehouse coordinator of Maersk Villa El Salvador in Peru, explaining how a SUGO warehouse runs.

Villa El Salvador facility

The warehouse, which is 10,200 square metres in size, is placed in Villa El Salvador, Peru, close to important shops. It is equipped with a racking system that includes block storage and one deep rack.

The facility offers supply chain management services, including:

  • Order fulfilment
  • Receipt and storage of goods
  • Inventory management
  • B2B & B2C distribution
  • Warehouse management system
  • Other value-added services


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Source: Maersk


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