Supply Chain Planning
Supply chain planning can be complex but our expertise will guide you through
Supply chains are a complex network of companies, people, resources, systems and information. The potential for disconnects and sub-optimisation between all of these different elements is significant, and efficient supply chain planning is a necessity. The team at Paul Trudgian are here to ensure your supply chain is optimised and efficient.
Supply chain planning covers the interrelation of functions at a strategic, tactical and operational level. These functions include customer service, order processing, warehousing, transportation, and inventory whilst the supply chain processes that make the interrelation include forecasting, supply scheduling, capacity planning, production scheduling, inventory management and logistics network design.
How our consulting team can help your business improve supply chain performance
Effective supply chain planning is the ‘glue’ that ensures physical logistics operations are synchronised with the cost and service drivers of a business. Supply chain planning processes should always be designed to be simple, efficient and, of course, effective.
Our supply chain consultants have a wealth of experience in all aspects of planning efficient and effective supply chains; from designing distribution centres through to aligning strategy and operations with S&OP platforms.
The consulting team can help you with:
Inventory is often one of the most expensive assets a company owns and all inventory should be justified and optimised. We can deliver the modelling, process and implementation of an efficient and optimised inventory policy, helping you to improve service and reduce working capital.
Our team are experts in inventory optimisation, working with both SMEs and major international corporations. We know exactly how to balance inventory cost with service and get the right inventory levels at the right points in the supply chain. If you’re struggling with slow moving and obsolete stock or inventory levels that are generally too high, follow the link to read more.
Latest Supply Chain Planning Insights
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