Planet Lean: The Official online magazine of the Lean Global Network
To the end of the world

To the end of the world

Roberto Priolo
Roberto
Priolo
November 17, 2023

WEB SERIES - In the last episode of our It's a Lean World series, we travel to the tip of South America to visit the southernmost Distribution Center in the world and learn about its lean work.


Scripted, edited and narrated by: Roberto Priolo


Sanchez y Sanchez, in Punta Arenas, Chile, is a retailer that runs the southernmost Distribution Center on the planet. What are the challenges inherent to operating in such a remote part of the globe? And does Lean Thinking help the organization cope with them? Watch the last episode of Season 2 of our It's a Lean World web series to find out!


Thank you to Lean Institute Chile for facilitating this visit.


THE NARRATOR

Roberto Priolo is Editor of Planet Lean and Head of Communications at the Lean Global Network

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