Supply Chain

Supply Chain is designing, manufacturing and delivering the right product at the right location and price. The majority of Supply Chain missions are unknown to the general public. Digitization of market reports forces Supply Chain professionals to constantly rethink and innovate their logistics

Key Figures of the Supply Chain

1,6
millions
jobs
in France*

78
millions

m2
wharehouses
more than
5000 m2*

323,7
billion

t/km of
goods*

10 %
of
french GDP*

1. Source: 2012 Transportation Account – CCNT
2. Source: Ministry in charge of transport “National Atlas of Warehouses and Logistics Areas”
3. Sources: SoeS / CCTN – 2012 and Panorama of Supply Chain Jobs by Afilog, ASLOG, TLF, FNTR and Pile’s, 2016
4. Source: Pôle Emploi report “The transport and logistics professions”

What we know about the Supply Chain…

Land, air and sea carriers

Parcels

Warehouses

… And what Supply Chain actors do

Identify and respond to customer expectations and anticipate future needs to create tomorrow’s solutions

Manage demand and customer relations

Pilot procurement and processing

Designing logistical solutions

Control storage and distribution of finished products

Execute and track operations

Optimize the global environmental impact.

Anticipating and innovating to meet the challenges of tomorrow

To respond effectively to these challenges, ASLOG sets up LABs that bring together professionals and experts in the sector. Together, they detect problems and opportunities and imagine good practices and new solutions. ASLOG regularly questions Supply Chain stakeholders to assess the positioning of the sector in France.

An Omnichannel
Supply Chain

Agility and
sector resilience

CSR and
environmental issues

Human resources applied
to tomorrow’s Supply Chain

Digitizing
the Supply Chain