Havi Logistics- Strategic Management

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1. Introduction
1.1 About the company
HAVI Logistics understands itself as a Lead Logistics Provider for the food service industry. Nearly 6000 employees across Europe are providing sophisticated and benefitable logistic solutions for restaurant chains, catering services and gas station stores. Since its founding in November 1981, HAVI Logistics has provided its clients with all-time carefree distribution services of all food and non-food articles in three temperature classes - deep frozen, cooled and dry - and delivered them to 8,641 locations.

HAVI runs 55 distribution centers all across continental Europe. A good 74 m units sold are yearly moved by seven distribution centers in Germany alone, with a vehicle fleet of 769 lorries, earning HAVI Logistics € 4.4 bn in sales. (Havi Logistics,[03/10/2013])

HAVI Logistics clients benefit from the “One-Stop-Shopping”-distribution system with its individual infrastructure: one order, one delivery, one invoice. The Lead Logistics Provider thus takes over more control of the entire logistic chain than the mere physical movement of goods providing the highest standards in delivery and food safety.

As a logistic partner, HAVI is completely integrated into the client’s business model. Hence, the client can fully focus on its core operations, while HAVI Logistics takes care of all logistic processes, from acquisition and purchase-price optimation all the way to distribution and storage at the point of sale. (Interview Theologu, 2013)

HAVI Logistics is striving to combine ecologic, economic and social goals. As one of the world’s first companies it has achieved the validation with the highest environmental requirements of EMAS III. (Havi Logistics 25 Jahre, 2006)

1.2 Industry Structure

“Logistics is when everything runs smoothly.”…...

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