Tufail Chemical Industries digitizes its supply chain with “Maersk Flow”

Tufail Chemical Industries and Maersk Pakistan signed a partnership whereby Maersk would provide “Maersk Flow”, a digital tool, to Tufail Chemical to streamline and efficiently manage their supply chains.

This partnership marks an important step towards modernizing logistics and improving supply chain performance with less time and effort.

Tufail Chemical Industries does business with the technology and home appliance industries and imports plastic raw materials, industrial chemicals, aluminum products and polymers for their manufacturing processes.

Tufail Chemical Industries has now built additional manufacturing capacity and not only meets local requirements but is also expanding into the global market with an export footprint.

Pervez Tufail, Co-President of Tufail Chemical Industries, said: “The expansion of our business has resulted in increased complexity in our supply chains.

“Challenges such as the lack of visibility into inbound shipments, milestone updates, documentation status, and communication with our suppliers became more important and eventually began to impact our daily routines. “

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Maersk Pakistan, shipping partner of Tufail Chemical Industries, stepped in to offer a pilot execution of “Maersk Flow”, a digital supply chain management tool to streamline their supply chains.

The “Maersk Flow” solution enables transparency of critical supply chain processes and ensures that the flow of goods and documents is executed as planned.

It also reduces manual labor and costly errors, while providing logistics professionals with all the current and historical data they need to sustainably improve their supply chain.

Saira Yasin, Export Manager, Tufail Chemical Industries, added: “With ‘Maersk Flow’ our team is able to plan our operations accurately, thus avoiding excessive inventory in the warehouse and we are now able to move quickly our end products to market. “

Wajeeh Ud Din AhmedChief Commercial Officer, Maersk Pakistan sad: “Every day, thousands of products pass through our customers’ supply chain, on multiple carriers, to and from many partners and chain stakeholders. supply.

“This complexity has traditionally been managed entirely manually through spreadsheets, emails and phone calls, which, despite a lot of hard work, results in reduced visibility and control – and ultimately higher costs or sales. lost.

“With ‘Maersk Flow’, we have offered Tufail Chemical Industries to take full control of its supply chain management and ensure that the flow of goods and documents is executed as planned. “

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