Bergé secures logistics contract with Audi Mexico

Bergé secures logistics contract with Audi Mexico

MEXICO - Bergé, a recognized operator of supply chain logistics services and solutions, has secured a new logistics contract for Audi in Mexico. This agreement is part of Bergé's international expansion and marks a significant milestone in its relationship as a strategic partner of the prestigious German OEM.

The newly secured contract covers a wide range of logistics services within the San José Chiapa plant, located in the State of Puebla, where Audi's acclaimed Q5 model is produced. From receiving cargo from suppliers to handling physical and system inventories, to sequencing parts for accurate provisioning on the production lines, Bergé will be responsible for optimizing key internal processes to ensure Audi's operational efficiency.

This is not Bergé's first foray into collaboration with Audi in Mexico. Since 2018, the company has successfully managed the 'inbound' process at the plant in San José Chiapa, overseeing the entry of sea containers and trailers, as well as internal warehousing and component transport operations.

The renewal and extension of this contract is testimony to the solid performance and mutual trust between the two parties over the years.

Bergé, which already has a presence in Mexico and Colombia as part of its internationalization strategy, is consolidating its position as a leader in the logistics sector. In addition to its prominent role in automotive logistics, the company annually handles more than 30 million tons of goods and is a key player in consignments, handling approximately 10,000 vessels per year in its 27 ports, including Bayonne in France.

With this new contract, Bergé once again demonstrates its ability to offer comprehensive and customized logistics solutions that meet the specific needs of its customers in the demanding automotive market. The ongoing collaboration between Bergé and Audi promises to continue driving operational excellence and innovation in the Mexican automotive industry.