High-Tech Logistics

GEODIS provides agile and secure logistics for your high-tech and electronics supply chains. Take advantage of our end-to-end services for the entire lifecycle of your high-tech products. Get the right mix of expertise, innovation, and investment through partnering with GEODIS for your high-tech product needs.

Support fast manufacturing and responsive high-tech supply chains

Get end-to-end visibility and tracking of high-tech product logistics

Successfully manage logistics complexity across raw materials, components, parts, and finished products

Enjoy logistics tailored to the unique nature of high-tech and electronic products

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High-speed logistics for the high-tech industry

Meet all of your high-tech sourcing, manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution needs with GEODIS logistics. We provide a complete range of supply chain services across the high-tech product landscape: component manufacture, semiconductors, telecommunications, LEDs, computer hardware, flat panels, equipment, devices, and consumer electronics.


Trust us to deliver efficient, cost-effective, and innovative high-tech logistics services including:


  • International, national, regional, and local freight shipping, logistics, and transport
  • Inbound warehousing for high-tech components, parts, and products
  • Product flow management and visibility for complex production line manufacturing and operations
  • Strategically located warehouses in the U.S. and around the world to support high-tech manufacturing bases
  • Complete customs clearance, management, and trade services
  • Spare parts distribution for repairs and aftermarket sales
  • Light product assembly, kitting, picking, packing, and distribution for high-tech products
  • Responsible supply chain distribution with a focus on CSR and emissions reduction
  • Supply chain optimization via Vendor-Managed Inventory and other approaches
  • End-of-life product management

High-tech logistics services

Inbound high-tech warehousing

Receive and store components for faster high-tech assembly and production. We provide order management, inventory, storage, picking, packing, light assembly, and delivery of high-tech goods.

Production line logistics

GEODIS manages components, parts, and products for high-tech OEMs and providers. We’ll integrate with your production line systems to maximize efficiency.

High-tech product flow visibility

Keep track of your raw materials, components, parts, and finished products wherever they are in the supply chain. We provide comprehensive, worldwide visibility and product flow optimization.

High-tech logistics network

GEODIS manages a wide high-tech logistics network in the U.S. and around the world. We provide comprehensive geographic coverage for manufacturing, B2B, B2C, retail, and aftermarket support.

Vendor-Managed Inventory

You can retain complete control over your inventory, orders, and fulfillment with our Vendor-Managed Inventory services. We provide complete systems integration for easy oversight and management of your products. 

Customs clearance and trade services

High-tech logistics relies on strong worldwide supply chains. GEODIS provides complete, integrated trade services and customs clearance to make it quick and easy to import and export high-tech goods.


We sort, pack, and prepare high-tech components for sub-assembly activities. Our scalable light assembly services help you to meet peak season demands and offer complete, end-to-end tracking.

End-of-life product management

Take advantage of reverse logistics and end-of-life handling of your high-tech products. We offer repair, maintenance, decommissioning, reuse, recycling, and secure disposal of products and e-waste.

Responsible high-tech solutions

GEODIS takes our corporate social responsibility seriously. We provide innovative logistics while meeting ethical, social, and governance commitments across our operations and your supply chain.

Strike a balance between supply, demand, and efficiency in high-tech logistics

The high-tech marketplace is driven by rapid innovation and short product life cycles, often selling at high prices. Optimizing supply, demand, and inventory is essential to keeping costs down while providing access to the latest products. 

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"The semiconductor shortage crisis, over the past two years, has amplified the importance of the high tech logistics industry. It has also exposed the underlying risks in the value chain for electronic goods. Securing the flow of these components, essential to the global "green transition", is one of the biggest challenges of today's high tech supply chains."


Thierry Corver, Vice President Vertical Market - High Tech, GEODIS

Frequently asked questions

High-tech logistics is the transport, storage, distribution, and management of materials, parts, and products throughout the high-tech supply chain. The types of products covered by high-tech logistics include components, semiconductors, telecommunications, LEDs, computer hardware, flat panels, equipment, devices, and consumer electronics.

The high-tech supply chain is the collection of the steps needed to get a high-tech product into the hands of a customer. This includes sourcing of raw materials, manufacture into parts, assembly into finished products, and the ordering, storage, transport, and distribution of high-tech goods.


Different aspects of the high-tech supply chain can include:


  • The transport of raw materials such as silicon, lithium, copper, aluminum, etc.
  • Storage and order management for raw materials until they’re needed for manufacturing.
  • Supply of raw materials into early production and assembly lines for components and parts.
  • Storage of components and parts until they are required for assembly.
  • Transport of high-tech parts and components to supply downstream production lines.
  • Storage of finished high-tech parts and products until they are required by retailers, equipment suppliers, aftermarket sellers, and others.
  • Transport and delivery of finished high-tech parts and products to vendors and customers. 

Exact needs vary between high-tech manufacturers and suppliers, but will likely include the following:


  • Rapid product innovation and speed to market as vendors and consumers demand the latest version of high-tech products.
  • Order management and product flow optimization to take account of long lead times and ensure the availability of materials, parts, and products for high-tech manufacturing.
  • Support for a variety of high-tech assembly lines and methods, especially lean manufacturing and just-in-time assembly. 
  • Resilient supply chains that can ensure the flow of goods during times of marketplace, economic, or other disruptions. 
  • Rigorous security and quality control across all components, parts, and finished products.
  • Deep data, systems, process, and team integration between the manufacturer / seller and the high-tech logistics provider.
  • Integration across high-tech logistics services including freight forwarding, import, customs clearance, drayage, storage, warehousing, distribution, and delivery.
  • Special handling and transport for raw materials, parts, and finished products.

There are many ways to improve the high-tech supply chain, including:


  • Deploying artificial intelligence and machine learning to create various scenarios, models, and forecasts for supply and demand, and building those findings into high-tech order management. 
  • Sourcing secondary suppliers and manufacturers for various components across the supply chain to build resilience.
  • Using a wide logistics transport network for proximity to ports, manufacturing facilities, warehouses, and vendors.
  • Staying ahead of changes in the high-tech and logistics industry to reduce risks and issues due to changes in legislation, regulations, or marketplaces.

Reverse logistics for brands with high-value consumer electronics help to extend product lifecycles and comply with regulations. Once a customer returns an item, it can be repaired, reconditioned, or recycled. 

When shipping electronics, you need to secure products from theft or damage. Goods must also be ordered and transported quickly to avoid stock-out situations, especially during launches, sales, and other peaks in demand.


A good high-tech logistics partner will track orders in real time and maintain an up-to-date inventory. This is especially important for cross-border shipments to avoid products being stuck in customs.

We’ve been supporting high-tech logistics for many years. We offer end-to-end, integrated logistics solutions that work effortlessly with OEMs and all tiers of suppliers. Our range of supply chain services includes freight forwarding and customs clearance, warehousing and storage, order and inventory management, and distribution.


We focus on:

  • Integrated supply chain and logistics services
  • Fast high-tech manufacturing and supply chains
  • End-to-end visibility and tracking of high-tech logistics
  • Comprehensive high-tech logistics networks for distribution across national, regional, and local suppliers, vendors, and dealers
  • Deep control and compliance across spares, parts, and products
  • Logistics tailored to the unique nature of high-tech products
  • Strong focus on CSR and ESG responsibilities