Chinese inverter manufacturer GoodWe Solar Inverter has proposed plans to rebuild its logistics system in the UK, Ireland and other countries, yet to be specified, in cooperation with DSV, an international logistics company. The partnership involves logistics service, bonded warehouse and product delivery in the UK and Ireland.
According to reports in April this year, GoodWe had signed an agreement with the US Chubb Group insurance company to insure its products worldwide.
“With the further advance in European markets, the contradiction between the increasing demand of our customers and the lagging logistic system is becoming more and more obvious. GoodWe is committed to be the world’s leading inverter supplier. To realize this, we have to work hard on improving customer service so as to create a good brand image and get the exciting customer feedback”, said Jiang Deming, director of marketing and sales. “What we should do next is to learn from the experience in British market and use it in other markets in Europe. That is to regularly feature products in the local market and to respond quickly to customers’ needs.”
According to the conventional sales system, after an order is placed, preparation and manufacturing materials will take on average 20-30 days, with a further 30-40 days for transporting products to distributors’ warehouse.
“Under the GoodWe’s system, the shortest responding period to our customers can be controlled within five days so that our customers can install the high-quality GoodWe inverters at the first time and use the clean and renewable energy soon”, added Deming. “Except quality, technology and service, the high-efficient logistic system will be the important part in establishing GoodWe brand”.