Twenty years after its creation, Logisfashion the logistics company specialised in the fashion world keeps on expanding

9 October, 2017

Logisfashion, born out of an MBA final dissertation (IESE), has been transformed into a multinational with 15 logistics centres dotted around the globe between America, Europe and Asia, a team of more than 700 logistics professionals, and premises covering more than 195,000 m2 (over 2 million ft2).

Logisfashion’s success is owed to permanent innovation and the implementation of state-of-the-art technology and methodology, that have allowed continual renewal to provide the best service to its clients in the retail and e-commerce sectors.

In Spain, during the second quarter of 2017 Logisfashion closed an in-house logistics project with the Dutch company C&A. This joint initiative envisages several operations with a volume of 15 million units per year. Likewise, both companies have reached an agreement to allow the logistics multinational to take advantage of part C&A’s premises in Fontanar near Guadalajara, with the aim of augmenting their warehouse capacity in the centre of Spain to 42,000 m2.

Another of Logisfashion’s collaborations, which began more than a year ago, is with El Ganso. Following the terms of this agreement and up to the present moment, the logistics company had been managing returns for the brand’s stores. Starting now, Logisfashion will also take on the management of the whole supply chain, both for seasonal stores as well as preparing online orders.

Likewise, Logisfashion is active beyond Europe. In Colombia for example, it has renewed its agreement with Pepe Ganga, the Colombian chain of home furnishing stores, taking over its e-commerce operations; it has opened a distribution centre in Medellin where it will manage e-commerce for Cueros Velez; and from November, it will open a new warehouse in the port of Cartagena in order to supply Decathlon Colombia.

Still outside Europe, in Panama, Logisfashion has transformed its Americas Hub in order to enlarge its retail and wholesale operations for all of Latin America. Hand in hand with the Spanish costume and fancy-dress start-up Funidelia it has opened a new hub focussed mainly on e-commerce, with the aim of supplying brands and reducing times and costs.

Finally, in Chile, a project has been set up with the home décor retailer Casaideas, a collaboration that will allow Logisfashion to process more the 25 million articles annually.