Supply chain analysis tool launches to improve efficiency

Independent supply chain consultant, Total Logistics, is harnessing expertise gained from over 1,000 projects across 35 countries to launch a supply chain performance improvement tool for companies worldwide.
Its new assessment tool analyses nine key areas of commercial supply chains, providing clear performance insights and recommendations for operations directors, supply chain directors or financial directors interested in improving the performance of their logistics functions. Each area of the supply chain undergoes an analysis of current performance against a minimum standard and a target standard. The standards have been created from Total Logistics' detailed knowledge of supply chain best practice across industry sectors and geographies.

The Total Logistics tool provides a rapid and bespoke analysis of a supply chain, with detailed and personalised recommendations. The tool works in conjunction with a site visit and workshop session run by an expert Total Logistics consultant and identifies opportunities for tangible and realistic operational improvements. The process provides a prompt and pragmatic review of supply chains and can be utilised for single or multi-site supply chain operations, anywhere in the world.
Peter Roan, director at Total Logistics,said: "It has never been more important to drive down supply chain costs. Our new bespoke performance improvement tool gives businesses detailed recommendations across the key areas of the supply chain. Whether you are new into a senior supply chain role; whether your company has recently acquired, disposed of or merged with another operation or whether you just need clarity around your current supply chain performance; our tool will give you a prompt, pragmatic and independent assessment of your current operations."

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  1. Diana Rabanal:
    Aug 21, 2012 at 08:01 PM

    To help drive down costs and improve efficiency it is fundamental to integrate a Yard Management System to your operations!

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