Sales and Distribution at Multivista

A distribution network can be seen as the flow of goods from an OEM/Principal to an end consumer. Multivista makes it simple with  fully furnished storage facilities, warehouses, and transportation systems that supports the movement of goods until they reach the end consumer.

Our distribution network that allows the long-term optimization has transformed over time, as businesses expands and aim to reach more consumers. Thus, satisfying overall customer demand has done at low costs and higher service levels with  strategic planning and specialized supply chain management.

The structure of our distribution network considers the most crucial factors like product demands of the end customer, customer experience, product variety and product availability, response time, and finally, product return ability.

Multivista Sales and Distribution networks are built by considering all key service and cost drivers like

  • Customer location.
  • Order quantity and frequency
  • Transportation costs & mode
  • Warehousing
  • Factory and supplier locations
  • Service level requirements

Benefits that Multivista transfers to the OEM/Principal include (but are not limited to):

  • Reduction in costs

    Setting a new distribution point could be costly for certain businesses and manufacturers. An existing distribution network provides speed and ease, as well as increasing reach for products (geographically), thereby eliminating the costs and challenges associated with time, human resources, and capital required.

  • Greater customer reach

    An efficient distribution network allows for wider customer reach because it should ideally enhance the speed at which products reach the end consumer and opens up opportunities to reach other geographic areas. Other benefits include increased customer satisfaction and feedback, faster growth, more efficient marketing, and greater knowledge on customer and product preferences