On November 23-24, the largest logistics exhibition in Ukraine was held in Kiev, dedicated to the All-Ukrainian Logistics Day.
A meeting with logistics industry experts, including representatives of international and regional companies. More than 1000 participants from different regions gathered to exchange evidence and find the best solutions.
One of the speakers at the conference was Katerina Kuzmina, who directly bought the development of AB InBev Efes Ukraine. He spoke about the company’s public relations and cooperation with logistics partners and clarified what principles AB InBev Efes Ukraine follows during partnerships.
At the beginning of her speech, Katerina shared with the participants her goals and commented on her thoughts on today’s brewing business. We talk about the continuous development of the company, the development of long-term partnerships, the search for new directions and solutions for optimizing costs for the business.
Also, in the interview, Katerina predicted what the business of AB InBev Efes Ukraine will be in the context of logistics. In the harsh winter of 2022 and the continued deoccupation of the company’s home regions, logistics itself has become a strategic priority, directly aimed at renewing the business by importing imported products.
“At first, they were brought abroad, and then they received local production and local transportation. Since the spring of 2022, the Chernihiv brewery has requested again, the volume of transportation has increased significantly, and our carrier partners have believed in us and helped us with future distribution.“, – he was surprised.
So, in his opinion, the first thing that will be successful in the logistics business is the drains of people. At the same time, when choosing a supplier of logistics services, the company is based on exact criteria that can be assigned to the partner, which is the postal partner of AB InBev Efes Ukraine.
“Our purchases are based on the following principles: insight, openness, increased provision to new and updated customers, confidentiality. We’re not just talking about how to convert post-office workers, but how to leave the stink behind. It is important for us to be a reliable partner and to be a reliable partner for them“- he said loudly.
In today’s reality of mutual trust, mutual assistance and confidence in the reliability of AB InBev Efes Ukraine, as a representative of the established business, has become a guarantee of cooperation with companies in the logistics sector. Thanks to the long-term partnership in the partner-postal company format, the company has generated a lot of attention, as it aims to upgrade the brewery’s work and business.
An important policy for AB InBev Efes Ukraine is to ensure high quality services and safety of water companies providing logistics services. People themselves bring and save money, so it is very important for the company to protect the safe minds of their work. Our company reports that we strive to provide the necessary individual protection for skin, water and hygiene.
Today, the work of logistics companies is more important for the entire region. The carriers themselves were the first to get the products of the deoccupied territory. At the bitter end of 2022, European companies stopped selling to Ukraine, there was no air transport, and the flow of sea water began to slow down. Only our people and vehicles were lost.
Most of our logistics trucks also provide humanitarian aid. Let’s brighten up the butt is an initiative of the company “Water for Living”, where 5 million cans of clean drinking water were imported to Ukraine. This made it possible to partially meet the needs of Ukrainian communities that were left without access to drinking water.
“Water is provided for evacuation efforts, sent to medicinal plants, we were one of the first to provide clean drinking water to residents of the Kherson region after the destruction of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station in the early 2023s. It is also true that in today’s mind it is important to re-evaluate the role of logistics for business, residents and communities.“- he said loudly.
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