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Our Global Manufacturing, Sourcing & Supply Chain Network:
At Aerostar Manufacturing, we understand and acknowledge the pivotal roles that both domestic and global supply chains play in the efficiency and productivity of our manufacturing operations. From maintaining a smooth flow from a production line in a plant floor in India to ensuring the prompt delivery of orders, to our customers in the USA, Europe or Latin America, our complete supply chain solutions are integral to our overall business model. In addition to our quality parts at globally competitive prices, we maintain and manage local customer service wherever applicable including local program or account manager as well as, nearby warehousing for prompt delivery. A well-managed domestic warehouse, for instance, significantly reduces the lead time in product distribution, enhances customer satisfaction by ensuring faster delivery times, and provides us with ample storage space to keep our inventory safe and organized.
Internationally, having quality, engineering, and supply chain personnel near the manufacturing locations broadens our reach, allowing us to serve our overseas clients more efficiently. By storing products closer to foreign markets, we can drastically cut down on shipping times and costs. This not only improves our customer service but also strengthens our competitive advantage in the manufacturing industry. Our ability to warehouse also provides a buffer against unexpected disruptions in the supply chain, mitigating the risks associated with long-distance, international logistics.
Aerostar Manufacturing’s commitment to both domestic and global supply chains represents our dedication to adaptability and scalability. As we expand our operations and enter new markets, our global sourcing and supply chain strategies provide the infrastructure necessary to grow alongside our ambitions. This dynamic approach ensures we can continue to deliver high-quality manufacturing solutions, irrespective of where our customers are located. By prioritizing efficient and effective supply chains, Aerostar Manufacturing ensures a seamless flow of goods from production to delivery, fostering the continued satisfaction of our clients worldwide.
Capacity: Extensive network of warehouses, particularly near major ports, cities, and transportation hubs. Millions of square feet of warehouse space, with growth driven by e-commerce.
Open Capacity: Relatively low levels of open capacity due to high demand, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Workforce: Hundreds of thousands of workers employed in warehousing and storage.
Education of Workforce: Typically, a high school diploma is the minimum requirement, though there’s an increasing need for specialized training in logistics software and equipment operation.
The U.S. often serves as a global distribution hub, particularly for markets in North and South America.
Capacity: Rapid growth in warehousing capacity, especially in major cities and industrial corridors. Significant investments in new facilities, fueled by e-commerce and manufacturing growth.
Open Capacity: Varies by region, but generally higher open capacity compared to the U.S., due to ongoing development of new facilities.
Workforce: Employing a growing number of people, both skilled and unskilled.
Education of Workforce: Varies widely, with a general push towards improving workforce skill levels through vocational and on-the-job training.
India is becoming increasingly important in global supply chains, especially as companies diversify sourcing and look for alternatives to China.
E-commerce Boom: A surge in demand for warehousing due to the rapid growth of e-commerce, requiring quicker delivery times.
Automation: Increasing use of automated storage and retrieval systems, drones, and robots to improve efficiency.
Sustainability: Focus on green warehousing through energy-efficient operations and sustainable building materials.
On-demand Warehousing: Emergence of flexible, short-term warehousing solutions to adapt to seasonal demands or market volatility.
Data Analytics: Use of Big Data and analytics to optimize inventory management and operational efficiency.
Last-Mile Delivery Hubs: Development of smaller, urban warehouses to facilitate quicker last-mile delivery.
Cold Chain Growth: Increased need for temperature-controlled warehousing, particularly for pharmaceuticals and perishables.
Nearshoring: Shifting supply chains closer to consumer markets to reduce costs and improve speed.
Global Supply Chain Diversification: Moving away from single-source dependencies and considering a wider range of international warehousing options.
GST Impact: The implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) has led to consolidation and formalization of warehousing infrastructure.
E-commerce and 3PL: Third-party logistics providers are experiencing growth due to e-commerce expansion.
Tier 2 and Tier 3 Cities: Warehousing development is spreading to smaller cities and towns, in part due to improving transportation infrastructure.
Technology Adoption: Growing use of Warehouse Management Systems (WMS), RFID, and barcoding for better inventory control.
Investment in Infrastructure: Public and private investments in improving warehousing and connected logistics infrastructure.
Multi-modal Logistics Parks: Development of large, integrated logistics hubs that include warehousing, distribution, and transportation services.
Becoming an Alternative to China: Efforts to position India as a warehousing alternative in global supply chains.
Export-Oriented Warehousing: Specialized warehouses and free trade warehousing zones developed to support export activities.
Racking Systems: Customized metal racks for pallets and shelves.
Cantilever Racks: Specialized metal racks for storing long or awkwardly shaped items.
Mezzanine Floors: Elevated platforms made from steel to increase usable space.
Forklift Components: Various metal parts like forks, masts, and chassis for forklifts.
Loading Dock Equipment: Metal ramps, levelers, and bumpers for loading docks.
Safety Barriers: Metal fencing or barriers to separate different sections or protect against accidents.
Conveyor Systems: Metal rollers, frames, and belts for conveyor systems.
Pallets: Metal pallets for heavy or corrosive goods.
Doors and Frames: Heavy-duty metal doors and frames for security and climate control.
Anchoring Systems: Metal bolts and anchors for securing racks and equipment to the floor.
Pallet Racks: Metal racks designed to hold palletized goods, customized to various sizes and weights.
Stacking Frames: Detachable metal frames to stack goods in an organized manner.
Storage Bins: Metal bins used for storing smaller items in an organized way.
Shelving Systems: Light-weight and heavy-duty metal shelving for different types of goods.
Material Handling Carts: Metal carts used for internal transportation within the warehouse.
Security Grilles: Metal grilles and gates for enhanced security.
Guide Rails: Metal rails to guide forklifts and other machinery.
Automated Sortation Systems: Metal components for automated sorting machinery.
Modular Metal Partitions: To segregate different sections or products within the warehouse.
Fasteners and Connectors: Metal bolts, nuts, and other fasteners to assemble and secure racking and shelving systems.