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Ducati’s Brazil logistics operation handled by Penske Logistics

Penske Logistics has been selected to manage the logistics processes of the Italian motorcycle brand Ducati in Brazil. At the distribution centre in Cajamar (SP), the company has a dedicated team of associates to handle inventory management and movement of goods – from motorcycles to brand accessories – in order to supply the Ducati stores in the country.

Penske Logistics will contribute to Ducati’s operation with sophisticated logistics intelligence to optimise resources and reduce transportation times. The entire operation is supported by Penske Logistics’ proprietary ERP and management systems.

Ducati has an extensive growth plan in Brazil. The company’s strategy is to build a solid base of partners that are at the top of their industries. “We chose Penske Logistics as a strategic partner to help us add value to the Ducati brand in the country through its experience in the automotive market,” explains Ricardo Susini, director of Ducati in Brazil. “We considered its history and credibility with other customers in the automotive industry and we are confident that this choice will help in our operations in Brazil,” he adds.

Paulo Sarti, managing director of Penske Logistics in South America, stresses the opportunity to participate in the expansion of the company, “It is gratifying to be part of the growth process of a company that is investing and believes in the country, especially in the current landscape where we see record production and sales in the automotive industry. Moreover, we are honored to be selected by Ducati, who took into account our long-standing expertise in this industry.”

With the addition of this new operation, Penske Logistics is adding to its existing work in the automotive industry, with expertise and success in achieving and maintaining high levels of efficiency and quality. Currently, the company’s automotive distribution centers and operations manage, on average, 6,000 product lines per day, reaching 14,000 during the peak periods.

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