Konstantinos Kazinakis of United Bunkers Investors Corporation on Tips for Efficient Shipping

The movement of physical objects as well as the passing on of vital information throughout the system is the backbone of logistics

Toronto, Ontario, Canada - April 16, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Shipping and transportation can drive up the cost of major global exports. Cost effective companies who actively rely on the movement of goods, have now implemented nearshore strategies as well as innovations in package design and carefully scheduled delivery times to achieve a simplified system. As President and COO of Toronto-based United Bunkers Investors Corporation, Konstantinos Kazinakis advances crucial guidelines for the successful implementation of such shipping procedures and logistics. A fund manager with solid experience in trade financing, commodity trading, debt restructuring and equity investment, Kazinakis offers an insider’s approach to execution through pioneering methods, culled from years of experience.

The movement of physical objects as well as the passing on of vital information throughout the system is the backbone of logistics. Its impact on marketing and sales is astounding. Reduced delivery time, when companies need to immediately ship inventory, is of vital concern to the booming e-commerce industry. Suitable systems also allow everyone in the supply chain to thoroughly monitor checkpoints. Corporations and even end users are afforded the ability to track orders and shipment data.

With a reduced delivery time and the ability to locate bottlenecks, good quality control is inevitable. But Konstantinos Kazinakis delves deeper into the obvious, “Logistical efficiency does not require giant leaps.” In fact, the opposite is true. Daily, piece-meal steps that are consistent is better than dramatic overhaul procedures. Kazinakis shares that the key to efficiency is to reduce stages in the system. For instance, a traditional route may have been the norm for the past 20 years, but rethinking the itinerary, especially for small parcel carriers can provide tangible savings. Konstantinos Kazinakis’ guidelines compares price differentials among different carriers, truckloads, and weight mode. He proposes maximum use of technology. Mobile printers are now indispensable. Many companies have implemented the use of wearable label printers that merges three steps into one. When an employee handles an item that is prepackaged and ready to ship, the system can easily program a shipping label once the scanning is done. Not the least, human resources should also be given importance. Technology easily overshadows the role of human hands in the process but a PCM or pre-work communication meetings have proven effective. Before any shift starts, a brief meeting with the shipping and warehouse staff reminds them to stay focus and motivated.

Konstantinos Kazinakis’ significant experience in the global trade market, as well as his insider knowledge of the shipping industry has made him an in-demand investor. By keeping a close watch on oil and shipping companies and keenly observing how operating debt affects business goals and procedures, he realized that investing in and restructuring companies with high amounts of debt translates to significant increases in revenue. Kazinakis at the helm of United Bunkers Investors Corporation, leads a talented team proficient in the financing of advanced payments to wholesalers, bridge construction, receivables discounting, additional inventory, cargo transit, debt, property management, and mezzanine/working capital. Corporations under his care enjoy the freedom of focusing on their core business as United Bunkers Investors Corporation takes charge of back office support in the forms of contract and risk management, client credit monitoring, collecting purchase and sale transaction documents, invoicing, factoring, and forfeiting. United Bunkers Investors Corporation is supported by Financial Technology Trade financing platform for a high technology solution to the global trade finance market, which is worth more than $ 4 Trillion US dollars a year, the gap is currently around $1.4 Trillion for the innovation in making trade financing more efficient and to protect against all risk.

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