The client was awarded a contract of US$ 25 Million to construct the 2007 Cricket World Cup in Providence, East Bank Demerara Guyana, and Caribbean. Construction material was to be sourced from multiple countries like imports of all construction components from India, Mauritius, Singapore, US and Romania.
Shipments included heavy construction material such as excavators, loaders, cranes and dumpers along with other supply materials such as tiles, bathroom furnishings, electrical fittings etc. Scope of work also included Reverse Logistics of equipment to the origin destination.
Aqua Logistics had a key account team to define, plan, Implement & control the end-to-end logistics for the entire project. Aqua Enable- Customized Logistics Order Management System (LOMS) was provided for the client to monitor the entire flow of goods from pick-up to consumption site in Guyana. The main activity of LOMS was to provide visibility not only through flow of goods but also over entire documentation process with pre-defined alerts and discrepancy notifications. LOMS also supported the Reverse Logistics of goods to origin. Aqua Enablement Center managed and updated the Logistics Order Management System.
Aqua Logistics customized Logistics Order Management System (LOMS) gave the client a complete end-to-end visibility over sourcing of goods from varied geographic locations. It also provided a single window communication and control over their entire Supply Chain along with physical logistics and reverse logistics services.