Practitioner Led Supply Chain Consultancy
Practitioner-led supply chain consultancy services, designed to improve the performance of your supply chain. Working collaboratively with, and building knowledge and capability within your team.
Data driven supply chain strategic alignment and transformation.
Network optimisation, logistics routing and benchmarking.
Sourcing, inventory planning, warehouse layout and design.
Supply chain risk management framework and process development.
Customs and trade compliance advisory, training and certification support.
Manage impact of global tariff shifts and trade disruptions like BREXIT.
Expertise on outsourcing objectives, independent partner procurement, evaluation and negotiation.
Implement management and governance structures and key performance indicators (KPIs).
Supply chain enabled geographic, market and channel expansion.
Assessment and development of service capabilities.
Informed revenue and margin growth, aligned with cost to serve.
Develop supply chain technical and leadership skills through training and tools to drive performance.
Training in supply chain and warehouse management, customs and trade, industry and regulatory compliance.
A few facts about us
PerformanSC Supply Chain Limited was founded in 2013
Founder & CEO
Lorcan founded PerformanSC Supply Chain in 2013 and since then he has built the company into a highly regarded supply chain services organisation.
Working with clients across Healthcare, High Tech, Retail, Food and Drink and the Logistics industries, the team has established a reputation for ‘getting things done’ as they support our clients’ supply chain transformation efforts.
Some of Our Clients
Impact of order pick policies on warehouse efficiency Across all warehouse activities, order picking is one of the most labour intensive and costly. Within this,
Brexit – UK implementation of inbound checks on Products of Animal Origin (POAO) When the Brexit transition period ended on the 31st December 2020, the
Inventory optimisation – how much inventory should I hold? Inventory provides a necessary buffer in the supply chain to meet the expected demand for product,