One World China Expansion
Our One World technical team was boosted this month with the strategic agreement to add more members to our Tianjin team following the recent trip to China by One World Director, Steve Davies.
The growth and success of One World, our highly intelligent and sophisticated global supply chain operating platform, along with the need to support further integrations with the supply chains of major clients, has resulted in the decision to add more skilled technicians to our team by the end of 2017.
The One World China Development unit was set-up three years ago in Tianjin. Their functions are global, but strategically they are based at the epicentre of the world’s largest exporting region to offer 24 hour support.
Steve commented “The Tianjin team deliver alignment to an emerging ‘Solutions Framework’ that defines the governance, quality controls and guidance so as to deliver high quality results”.
The One World platform accelerates the movement of goods across international borders, improves customer service, reduces global supply chain costs and allows us to deliver consumer-driven supply chain solutions.
Many Uniserve customers benefit from One World, utilising all the processes that have been built around product, manufacturing, vendor management, inventory control, distribution and consumer support. One World is capable of managing any product, people or process requirement and is built to the clients exact needs.
If you require further information on how One World can benefit your supply chain, or are interested in one of the positions in this innovative team then please contact Steve on 01708 259400 or email@example.com.
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