President of the Andean Region and Central America at Unilever, Fernando Acosta, told the press that the company has not ruled out expanding its investments in the country in the near future, such as opening new service centers and factories.
According to an article in Capital.com.pa, "Unilever Regional Services, will start its operations in Panama by offering a ‘Factory Order’ service, which receives, enters, processes, allocates to inventory and provides optimal routing for all orders that are generated in the region. Via a single platform in the region, the company has direct access to the movement of distribution of more than 400 brands. "
"Acosta has taken an important step within Unilever and Panama forms part of this development with the Order Factory which helps improve logistics efficiency, generate savings, increase the value of customer service, and reduced complexity through reliable information systems and alignment with regional projects.
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