German Rosete, President of Cosmos Global Holding, analyzes the current supply chain crisis
– German rosette
MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA, December 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – With limited freight capacity and high demand, shippers are trying to secure the space they can find to deliver products and keep them on as long as possible. The situation is so complicated that in many cases it means renting an entire boat. Companies like Home Depot, IKEA, Walmart, Costco, among others, rent full ships to ensure their inventories.
In this regard, we interview the businessman German Rosete: “It is obvious that if a company has 5,000 boxes of product in Shanghai for Christmas and they do not arrive on time. This inventory, its value goes to zero immediately. The cost of moving a product is less than losing that production. “
Do you think this situation has an impact on Mexico’s position to attract investment?
The regionalization of production is imminent, and that is why we are seeing an increase in investments in Ciudad Juárez, Monterrey and in general throughout the border area. The new National Customs Agency has the challenge of perfecting its processes now that it will have a greater specialization by ceasing to be a General Directorate within the SAT.
German Rosete, do you think Mexico is ready for this challenge?
Mexico is ready for this moment. The degree of border integration and the agility derived from the fact that the processes are already known will mean that these production chains are moved to our country to supply the North American market. Indeed, it has been the logical thing for a long time, and apparently companies are finally realizing the operational risk. In addition, the new labor regime emphasizes better defense of workers’ rights. You can’t think that these companies are going to move their inventory by leasing them an entire boat. Not only is the transfer to the point of delivery expensive, but also the return. You’re talking about these ships that probably have to be returned empty from the west coast of the United States to Asia.
Will the use of technology increase the productivity required by Mexico and Latin America?
Of course, the developments in Industry 4.0 and Industry 5.0, such as exoskeletons, cobots, augmented reality, indicate some open possibilities to significantly increase the production capacity of the workforce in Mexico. Traditionally, Mexico has focused on the automotive sector because I imagine it is not that easy to transport so many vehicles from China. Yet, with the current situation and the use of technology, Mexico can finally focus on sectors that have traditionally been owned by others. competitors to supply the North American market.
Finally, do you mean something else?
Yes, in 2022, the main driver of increased productivity will be these two aspects: regionalization and new technologies.
Who is the German Rosette?
German Rosete is a businessman who graduated from the Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey. Its portfolio of companies extends from the energy sector to the development of technologies in the health sector and film productions. He is chairman of Cosmos Global Holding
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German Rosete and Supply Chain Transformation