Teamwork, organization, focus on people and proactivity are the pillars of our working method, which involves professionals from different fields working towards a single goal: making work processes efficient by optimizing costs and times.
The organization also plays a fundamental role in the structure of the warehouse we set up. Each plant has a structure with a well-defined organization chart to distribute the work across the entire structure. This way, the goal is shared and the team figures help each other. Alongside all this is resource coordination, a tangible example of how the organization is at the root of our working method.
How many resources and how long it takes to complete individual tasks are important pieces of data in defining the load the structure must bear and the margins for improvement of individual processes.
Proactivity and focus on people
While culture and organization constantly animate workflows and make them efficient, it is strategy that defines a warehouse’s growth path in terms of production. The ability to plan allows the yield to be anticipated and goes hand in hand with forecasting any problems that can prevent objectives from being achieved. Proactivity also concerns work teams. Constant dialogue with employees and trade union associations encourages the sharing of principles and values. Constant dialogue also allows to remove discomfort and negative situations that can prove damaging if out of control.
Planning and training help these processes run smoothly. Regular meetings, for example, spread the company culture at the heart of every organization’s success.