Making supply Chain Visible

e-VISIBLE understands the importance of supply chain visibility (SCV) in any consignment in transit to be tracked from the manufacturer to their final destination. The goal of SCV is to improve and strengthen the supply chain by making data readily available to all stakeholders, including the customer.

Logistics Process Mapping

e-VISIBLE has many years’ experience in Logistics process mapping which is a great way for improving the logistics process and performance. The goal of logistics process mapping is to reduce costs, while improving service quality and customer satisfaction. Process mapping is simple and can deliver powerful results. Unlike lean, six sigma, lean six sigma and other operational improvement methodologies, process mapping requires very little training so organizations can see results very quickly.


e-VISIBLE associates are experts in Logistics procedures and will help you understand the key drivers that transform your logistics in supply chain from a list of uncertainties to competitive advantage.

Operational Execellence

e-VISIBLE is expert in planning and optimizing mode of shipping and selection of carriers to a resilient supply chain.

A passion for supply-chain knowledge sharing

It’s great to have a passion for your work, and Asanga Weerackody CEO of e-VISIBLE, certainly has that in spades – particularly in the supply-chain education area as his Logistics Company Eagle Logistics support the supply chain industry through providing free education programs for many years. Eagle Logistics is an institutional member of the national body for supply chain ISMM since 2014.

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e-VISIBLE involve in Fourth Party Logistics who works on behalf of the client to do contract negotiations and management of performance of 3PL providers, including the design of the whole supply chain network and control of day-to-day operations

Why customers would like to use e-VISIBLE as their 4PL partner?

  • Current systems do not provide much information to integrate supply chain processes
  • The increase in operating complexities
  • The sharp increase in global business operations