Logistics in Val d’Oise

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Val d’Oise: a trusted territory

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Supply Chain Event

It's a trade show held in December and featuring around 80 exhibitors. Companies offer equipment, AI solutions and expert systems, supply chain automation systems, collaborative platforms, operational management tools for mechanisation and robotisation, 3D printing and much more...

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ASLOG brings together 400 companies from every sector, with 2,000 professionals working together to build and nurture the supply chain of the future. It is a neutral, independent association, and the ideal point of contact for institutions and public authorities for all matters relating to the sector.

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Spotlight on an industry

With 360 businesses, the logistics sector in Val d’Oise generates plenty of job opportunities.

Logistics is all about physical flow manage- ment, ensuring that goods and services are available at given locations, delivering optimum deadline and cost management, flexibility and speed. It’s a continuously evolving system, where economic markets, land development objectives and regional economic policies meet.

Logistics operator positions are in highest demand, offered at various levels in the food, automotive, chemical and plastics sector:
operations (scheduling deliveries, mon- itoring aftersales, setting up maintenance plans),
management ( logistics cost control, advising business owners, stock manage- ment),
planning (offering clients an optimum logistics service at the most suitable price),

support (aftersales service management). Logistics is a multi-faceted industry combining the management of straight- forward physical flow with expertise in the field of information management. Supply Chain Management is all about putting tools and procedures in place for optimising the logistics chain.

Val d’Oise offers logistics companies a number of opportunities in a wide range of areas, all with easy access from central Paris and Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle Airport. The department has an extensive motorway network (A1, A15, A16), structuring logistics activity around major hubs (Cergy-Pontoise, Grand Roissy). Val d’Oise also has the Vallée de la Seine, a development area for the Port of le Havre, which is looking to consolidate its hinterland and will ultimately have access to the Canal Seine-Nord Europe.

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