Maersk assists Bandai Namco with fulfilment distribution centre

Maersk assists Bandai Namco with fulfilment distribution centre

A.P. Moller – Maersk (Maersk) has set up a distribution hub in Mexico City to address the supply chain and logistical needs of worldwide toy producer Bandai Namco.

According to Maersk, the facility acts as a critical centre for preparing supplies to all of Bandai’s Mexican clients.

This allows Bandai to enter a broad and expanding industry while also using Maersk’s global network of logistical assets and experience in connecting clients’ supply chains.

The centre reportedly includes sorting, storage, cross-docking, inventory management, and a range of value-added services such as labelling, packaging, and re-packaging, and order fulfilment.

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Patricia Perez Salazar, Managing Director for Maersk in Mexico, said: “We are thrilled to be working with Bandai Namco as its logistic partner to provide tailor-made and simplified solutions for their operations in Mexico.”

Pablo Vargas San Jose, CEO, Bandai Namco México, stated: “We are glad to have Maersk as one of our main business partners. With this partnership, we will be able to maintain our quality services with our customers, and we also share the goal of reducing the carbon footprint.”

In February, Maersk partnered with Global Key Partner PUMA to operate the first semi-automated omnichannel fulfilment distribution centre in Santiago de Chile.

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