To stay ahead in the market, businesses must not just look at raising prices; they need to look at reducing their production costs. This can mean looking at ways to eliminate delays in goods and materials moved throughout the supply chain and improving inefficient and unreliable systems and processes.

In order to do this, you need to take a holistic look at your logistics. Are your trading partners and transportation providers fragmented? Are you able to track and trace the status of your shipments? Logistics involves planning, executing and managing the movement of resources, and of the supporting activities that revolve around it, to the places they are needed. While this may seem a small step in your overall supply chain, managing your logistics efficiently can help you reduce the high costs of transporting goods while increasing customer fulfillment and satisfaction.


Warehouse Strategic Planning

Selecting the most efficient storage designs, material handling systems and warehouse management systems to ensure peak operations performance.

Distribution Network & Site Selection

Determining the number and location of distribution centers and manufacturing plants.

Evaluating existing structures and Greenfield sites, evaluating utilities, fix-up costs, gradability, support services, community desirability and incentive packages.

Information Technology

After years of IT spending for operations with minimal bottom-line impact, executives are focused on results. While supply chain transparency using the Internet and sophisticated optimization algorithms undoubtedly have value, it's important that the business objectives behind their implementation are sound.

It's also important to make the most of what you have. Some companies use barely 10 percent of the functionality of their supply chain management system. Distinct point solutions or smaller releases within a larger IT program can often add more to the bottom line than large scale, multi-year IT projects. We work with you to make sure your technology is working for you.

Inventory Management

Analyzing inventory levels throughout the supply chain.

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