The GCL Group is a management consulting firm specializing in logistics and Supply Chain solutions. Founded in 1985, the company has an international presence with offices in Montreal, Paris, Casablanca, and Sao Paolo. More than 2,000 projects have been completed in various sectors of the industry, distribution, E-commerce, as well as public service and 3PL providers.
The GCL Group’s management and its team have developed a vision and defined a mission which emerged from the sharing of knowledge and competence from its employees.
Collect and increase our international expertise while providing services to our clients and their long term support.
Strengthened by a personalized approach, our team’s mission is to:
Teamwork and professionalism are the core values of the GCL Group. They allow us to guarantee constant ethics and integrity to our customers and our partners.
The nature of competition differs in all sectors. Direct competition between businesses leaves room for research on how to best manage information fluctuations all along the supply chain. The increasing refinement of supply chain software technologies offers the possibility of improving integration and productivity. The more integration, the higher the client satisfaction, the shorter the total duration of the cycle, and the less errors. In many cases it also allows us to realize savings whilst maintaining absolute control over commercial activities and logistics.
Market globalization and the advent of e-commerce have transformed the nature and structure of logistics functions. The best distribution system wins the game. Given the speed at which technology is changing, businesses must periodically renew their equipment and software in order to remain competitive. They absolutely must remain on the cutting edge of technology to be able to consolidate the various supply chain components and accelerate the flow of information.
Logistics sector contributors and suppliers of logistics services must have a vast knowledge of transportation, warehousing and international goods transportation regulations with which they must comply. Governments modify their regulation and compliance procedures and these changes influence logistics activities. Logisticians must therefore adapt rapidly to new environments. Transport services deregulation and technological progress have brought on an improvement in logistical systems and growth in productivity.
Logisticians must know and understand international systems of trade and logistics as well as overseas regulation systems and ethical codes. They must also possess linguistic competencies and cultural awareness in order to successfully deal with worldwide partners within the supply chain. Similarly, they must be expert users of technology and be capable of formulating strategies that allow them to draw a competitive advantage from technology.