The Argentine countryside demands effective logistics and efficient services to avoid losing profitability

Supply Chain Management
Innovation & Technology
Published Apr 21, 2024

Tridge summary

The article highlights the challenges and opportunities in modernizing Argentina's agricultural distribution and marketing systems, as discussed by Luis Mogni, president of the Second Congress of Agricultural Distributors. Mogni underscores the need for efficiency, a smaller carbon footprint, and compliance with traceability in distribution channels, alongside the importance of embracing electronic and digital advancements to boost productivity. Despite the potential benefits of these technologies, their adoption is slow, hindered by the need for tailored explanations for users and necessary adjustments in producers' processes. The congress aims to address these issues, with over 2,300 attendees and the support of sixty companies, focusing on topics such as human resource management, technological advancements, and their economic impact on the sector's profitability.
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Original content

The development of Argentine agriculture, together with issues linked to the local economy, imposes on local companies the need to gain efficiency and mitigate any logistical or operational difficulties to have distribution channels for products generated in the field that allow appropriate marketing. This is how Luis Mogni, president of the Second Congress of Agricultural Distributors, understands it, who in dialogue with the program “Aire de Campo”, broadcast by radio Perfil, recognized that “the distribution channel is the link between companies that provide agricultural inputs with "the Argentine producer, knowing that the structure of said channels in Argentina is very particular." “This is because, in Argentina, there are currently 1,860 companies that operate every day a distribution channel for their merchandise that opens about 3,300 agronomy stores every day. This means that about 25 thousand people daily act and work in these distribution channels. Therefore, similar ...
Source: Agromeat
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