of distribution / supply chain networks.
the optimal number, location, size and type of facilities to provide
customers with desired service levels at the least cost.
Supply Chain Impacts on the Bottom line
the supply chain product and information flows to identify opportunities
to reduce inventory, improve service and reduce cost.
Distribution Operations to Improve Service and efficiency
internal distribution center operations to identify where improvements
of recommendations to achieve identified targets.
Center Design and Layout
and layout of new distribution centers, facility expansions and materials
handling systems to meet the needs of your customer-specific business
and Optimization of Existing Distribution Facilities
Thorough analysis of current logistics strategies, determining real
costs, and then implementing changes to gain improvements.
guidelines for equipment suppliers, support service providers and
systems developers - and then managing the bidding process in full
consultation with the client.
and engineering construction project coordination
ongoing efficiency analysis and benchmarking
Determining how your firm can improve productivity and efficiency
and in which areas, based on experience and benchmarking
standardized procedures, training systems support and performance
Evaluating opportunities to reduce inventory levels and simultaneously
increase fill rates
advantage of the most recent technologies to scientifically perform
and Fleet Management
Taking advantage of the most recent technologies to scientifically
manage transportation shipments through LTL carriers, small package
carriers and/or your own private fleet
your transportation budgets and operations to identify cost reduction
and service improvement opportunities
To assist in the evaluation and selection in computerized systems
such as TMS, dynamic routing, onboard tracking systems, GPS, etc.