Serving the FMCG sector has been one of the core competencies at Raben Group for years. We have specialized, dedicated systems for food and non food products. About 10% of our business has been generated by this sector (FMCG non food) and these include logistics of different kinds of products, for example: cosmetics and hygiene, fashion, household chemicals, small household equipment, sports equipment and sports apparel, stationery, tobacco and toys. We work according to commonly agreed SOPs and monitor quality KPI on a regular basis. We have extensive experience in services for the retail sector as well as in x-border projects. Depending on the needs of the customer, we offer advice of deliveries/time windows and deliveries on designated days. We offer our solutions for small, medium-sized and large companies.
We have all the necessary infrastructure (e.g. modern storage space, own dense transport network, cross dock warehouses, modern IT solutions) and the know-how to offer quality services for this sector. Our experience and possibilities allow us to design and execute the whole supply chain, no matter where you source your goods from. Far East or Americas, we bring containers efficiently, deconsolidate them and store your goods expecting outbound orders. Thanks to the diversified transport fleet adjusted to various product types, we are able to render both international and domestic distribution services (groupage, part and full truck loads). We manage class A warehouses offering various storing conditions, also for non food products. For many years we have built expertise which enables us to undertake even the most challenging tasks in the Value Added Services area (foiling, labelling, preparation of promotional sets as well as co-manufacturing).
In 2012, 2013 and 2014 we received the award for “The best European 3PL for consumer goods supply chain”. Each year the eyefortransport 3PL Awards aim to recognise those 3PLs which continuously deliver excellence in logistics operations and superior service to their customers. The nominees are shortlisted by a panel of industry experts, and the winners are then voted on and decided by European 3PL customers - the manufacturers and retailers who depend upon and work with logistics service providers every day.