To meet their needs, Logista has developed a business model that is unique in southern Europe, integrating all the services making up the distribution value chain into one single supplier. The company acts efficiently and sustainably and, with full transparency and traceability, offering advanced and specialist services for each sector and point of sale channel in which it operates.
Logista provides manufacturers and retailers with simple, effective and modern omnichannel solutions for a broad range of products and services, tailored to the point of sale and end consumer.
Logista includes sustainability in its objective of offering the highest quality of service, always seeking effciency in its operations, under the most suitable social and environmental conditions.
Logista therefore promotes ongoing open and transparent dialogue with its clients through a range of specific communication channels tailored to their circumstances (person-to-person contact, meetings, electronic mailboxes, call centres, etc.), or through shared communications channels for different stakeholders, such as the Company’s corporate website (www.logista.com) or the websites of its different businesses.
Logista also has a range of different systems for dealing with complaints and claims from consumers. These systems are set up by each business and are tailored to the latter’s circumstances and to those of its consumers.
During the 2020 financial year, Logista received 12,860 claims and complaints from consumers (11,334 in 2019), 99.97% of which corresponded to operational incidents from the transport division, such as loss of goods, etc., accounting for just 0.03% of shipments and consignments handled by Logista throughout the year.
100% of claims and complaints from the transport division were resolved through agreement with the clients, always based on the contractual terms agreed in the service provision.
Logista seeks to build relationships of trust with its clients and to maintain stable, lasting connections that are beneficial to both parties, while guaranteeing independent management and operational neutrality.
Logista applies its commitment to quality, sustainability and continuous improvement to all its activities and operations and has numerous certifications to confirm this.
|ISO 9001||Quality Management System in more than 300 facilities of different Group's businesses in Spain and Portugal (distribution of tobacco, distribution of pharmaceutical products, transportation services and distribution of convenience products) externally audited every year|
|GDP (Good Distribution Practices)||Distribution of medicines in accordance with European and Spanish regulations|
|GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices)||Correct handling, re-packaging and re-packing of medicines awarded by the Spanish health authorities|
|OEA (Authorised Economic Operator)||The Agencia Estatal de Administración Tributaria (State Tax Administration Agency, AEAT), in its most stringent Customs Simplification, Security and Safety procedure, has certified Logista's customs control, financial solvency and appropriate levels of security and administrative management to ensure satisfactory fiscal compliance|
|TAPA||Certifies Logesta's compliance with TAPA's FSR (Facility Security Requirements) and TSR standards (Trucking Security Requirements) designed to guarantee the safe and secure transit and storage of assets of any member of TAPA worldwide|
|ISO 14001||Environmental Management System|
|OHSAS 18001||Management system for preventing risks in the workplace|
|IFS Logistics||Certifies the quality of Integra2 in the food sector|
Logista has developed new services and adopted new security and safety measures to continue operating during the COVID-19 pandemic, maintaining its high standard of service, quality and security in its operations.
For example, Logista Pharma introduced its direct-to-patient delivery service for patients taking part in clinical trials, ensuring the continuity of these trials despite the risks of patient infection and hospital overwhelm, and despite patients’ mobility restrictions. In order to ensure continuity of treatment, the direct-to-patient delivery service was also effectively extended to other hospital medicines, particularly to chronic and high-risk patients.
In addition to activating its robust contingency and continuity of service plans, Logista Pharma also installed, in advance and effectively, a wide arsenal of specific prevention measures for COVID-19, successfully managing to ensure the regular supply of medicines in all pharmaceutical distribution channels. These measures include support for increasing safety stock levels, particularly for essential medicines, the provision of 24/7 emergency distribution channels, the reorganisation and special protection of employees, and extraordinary cleaning, monitoring and security measures in all warehousing, handling and order picking plants, as well as in pharmaceutical transport fleets.
Amid this new and complex situation and in response to soaring online demand, Logista Libros responded to the needs of booksellers and publishers by launching its new “dropshipping” service. This service allows customers to order books through their preferred physical or online store for direct home delivery.
Logista’s high degree of digitalisation in recent years has enabled administrative divisions to work remotely during the pandemic almost without incident.
PDA processes have also been developed in Nacex deliveries, and its contactless delivery services has enabled them to maintain their service, guaranteeing client and worker safety.