Agility Indonesia is one of the first 11 companies to receive the PLB (Bonded Logistics Center) license. Bonded logistics centers curtail the country’s notoriously high cost of logistics -- keeping us competitive in the general business climate and drawing opportunities to Southeast Asia.
Our extensive network covers all major sea- and airports across Indonesia; it is supported by close business partnerships with many of the world’s leading carriers.
Agility Indonesia is certified as an Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) by the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia and the Directorate General of Customs and Excise.
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End-to-end control tower cuts business waste for personal care supplier
A leading global supplier of personal care products has been an Agility client since 2013. But for the first six months, the partnership didn’t go smoothly. High volume, an improper handover from a previous provider, and a shortage of human and capital resources led to problems. Documents were late, dwelling times were long, and costs were high for port storage, demurrage and port penalties. Agility solved these problems by introducing an end-to-end control tower that allowed us to monitor the supply chain from the moment a purchase order was opened to the instant goods were received. We also engaged directly with overseas suppliers to monitor goods readiness, effectively cutting dwelling time and business waste.
Race to get “lean” cuts sports manufacturer’s supply chain costs by $115K
One of the world’s largest manufacturers of sports footwear, apparel, accessories and equipment held “lean race” competitions among suppliers in Southeast Asia to see who could best cut costs and maximize supply chain capability. Agility delivers this client’s products to more than 250 stores in more than 40 cities across Indonesia and was keen to compete. Agility Indonesia was awarded the first-ever “Lean Race Trophy” in 2016. The team has won every quarterly award in 2017, too, proving its ability to improve processes including Pigeon Hole Modification, WMS Advance Packing, RTV DC Bypass and MAA Centralized Delivery. Agility’s efforts slashed supply chain costs by approximately $115,000 USD.
Transporting 101 motorbikes to world-class motocross event
A motocross event scheduled in 19 countries across three continents is one of the world’s most-popular sporting events. Agility’s Fairs & Events group was awarded the contract to manage the race in Indonesia. We had to be fast, agile and adaptable to move 101 motorbikes and 1,500 kilograms of cargo on a tight schedule: Agility had just seven days to get goods across oceans to different islands at the right time. We spent four months planning four domestic transport scenarios, with 20 customs personnel dedicated to handling the work. To ensure smooth workflow at the event, we took 20 workers and 10 staff to the race site.
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