• Propuesta de optimización de la cadena logística internacional de Corporación Aceros Arequipa a través del embarque indirecto portuario

      Llosa, Jorge; Gonzales Torre, Fressia Genesis; Portocarrero Vargas, Darleny; Ramirez Sheput, Edith Amanda (Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC), 2017-02-18)
      Foreign Trade has taken a relevant role for companies, since it allows exporting goods and services according to their competitive advantages, achieving internationalization and increasing their probability of success in the near future. Nowadays, in Peru, due to the lack of infrastructure in the port of Callao, the operation of Foreign Trade is carried out through Temporary Deposits, which are divided in Port Terminals and Non Port Terminals. Non Port Terminals represents 60% of the operations even though it implies higher costs and risks. Due to this, the present assignment has as objective to elaborate a proposal of optimization of the current International Logistics Chain of the company Corporación Aceros Arequipa SA, in order to demonstrate if the Indirect Port Shipment is the optimum for its current export process, analyzing the variables: Costs, level of service and risk. The present research proposes to use a mixed methodology, both qualitative and quantitative, due to the lack of bibliography regarding Temporary Deposits. This proposal will allow a more accurate comparison of each of the variables between the current scheme of the company; that is, the Indirect Non Port Shipment; and the alternative scheme; the Indirect Port Shipment, in order to be able to make the most appropriate decision for the company. Finally, it is concluded that the Indirect Port Shipment is the best option to optimize the International Logistics Chain of Corporación Aceros Arequipa SA, since this represents a cost savings of 9.33% equivalent to USD 37,011.60 per year; as well as a 33% decrease in risk of damage of the merchandise due to the manipulation of the containers.
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