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Supply chain disruptions are a growing challenge. At each stage of the supply chain, from procurement through to fulfilment and logistics, there are opportunities to improve the way you move physical goods around Australia and around the world.

Key findings from Australian supply chain leaders

COVID-19 and the extraordinary growth in eCommerce have had a huge impact on key focus areas for supply chain leaders. We recently spoke to a number of these leaders from 87 Australian businesses, spanning 15 industry sectors including retail trade, wholesale trade, transport, postal and warehousing, and manufacturing. Their insights and more can all be found in the Australian Supply Chain Leaders’ Sentiment Report.

eCommerce growth

Significant uplifts in eCommerce sales can also put pressure on supply chains – from freight, warehouse and fulfilment operations to the last mile delivery experience. By strengthening your supply chain capabilities, you can proactively manage these peaks, and respond quickly to any future disruptions.
Australia Post makes over 400 million deliveries every year, reaching over 12.3 million addresses. Your business can make the most of our expertise, infrastructure and solutions in this space – including a dedicated supply chain consultancy service that can help you find untapped opportunities to optimise every step of your supply chain.

Australia Post can guide you through data-driven recommendations – from finding new opportunities to grow average order value to improving NPS – while also identifying ways to reduce overall freight costs.

Flex your future-ready supply chain

Resilience and agility are two sides of a coin. Resilience helps you recover from external shocks or unexpected disruptions. Agility enables you to quickly respond to sudden changes in demand or new business opportunities.

Strengthen your supply chain resilience and agility with these useful guides, prepared in partnership with Deloitte.

Set your small or medium business up for the new normal

Build your supply chain resilience

Meet the changing needs of your customers

As more Australian households shop online, delivery speed, certainty and flexibility are becoming a competitive advantage. Explore how retailers are balancing customer expectations with end-to-end fulfilment costs - and making sure they can respond to sudden shifts in demand.

Optimising supply chains

Whether you’re running a fast-growing eCommerce operation, or need to deliver essential supplies, delivery speed and flexibility matter. But it’s also important to balance customer expectations with the true cost of end-to-end fulfilment.

Flexible, scalable supply chain capabilities can include:

  • third-party logistics (3PL)
  • locating distribution closer to customers – such as ‘store to door’
  • dispersed micro-fulfilment centres
  • collection point options
  • reverse logistics, including returns.

The right solution for your organisation will depend on the relative importance of speed versus cost, the maturity of your current fulfilment model, and expectations