Warehouse Location Analysis

If you’re planning a warehouse move, use our services to find the optimal new warehouse location
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Identifying optimal locations for warehouses and other fixed facilities within the supply chain is a major decision for any business. Warehouse location drives transportation costs, and where new supply routes are being introduced, or an existing supply chain is being re-engineered, then full and comprehensive warehouse location analysis needs to be undertaken.

Location analysis requires applied mathematics and is often referred to as ‘Centre of Gravity Modelling’, although it’s also known as p-media and the grid method. In principle, the aim of the centre of gravity model is to identify the geographical location where distance and/or transport costs are minimised.

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We can identify the optimal warehouse location to minimise transport costs

As transport costs usually have a linear relationship with distance, and also have a greater degree of variability than warehouse costs across the UK, then identifying the right location for your warehouse can significantly reduce operating costs.

Using our own in-house developed tools, we are able to support you in undertaking centre of gravity modelling,  and warehouse sizing and demand allocation, based on a range of possible drivers including transport costs, distance and service lead times.

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Warehouse location analysis we can undertake for you:

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Warehouse location is critical to cost and service. Call the experts.

Don’t consider relocating a warehouse until a full and comprehensive location analysis has been performed. We are experts at performing this type of analysis.

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