Walmart announced new investments in key related areas such as infrastructure, logistics and supply chain in Mexico and Canada. These investments, made independently in their respective markets, are critical to the belief in the value of strong, brand-driven local businesses. According to the document, each new investment helps build trust in the communities where the firm operates.
In turn, they abound, helping increase access to affordable goods, while creating jobs that drive places and their people forward.
The managers pointed out that for an excellent shopping experience to exist, special emphasis must be placed on the speed of fulfillment. For this reason, and because they believe it is what will pay for such speed, they are opening new state-of-the-art distribution centers in Mexico and Canada. These centers have a focus on improving the links that make up supply chains.
In Mexico, the Villahermosa Perishables Distribution Center is strengthening the retailer’s logistics and supply chain networks throughout the southeast region. The new distribution center improves the way perishable products are transported, the document said. Meanwhile, in international markets, the company validated its commitment to regeneration.