Logistics and Transportation

Supply Chain Opportunities in Logistics and Transportation

Logistics and Transportation

Supply Chain Challenges

Supply chain and logistics and transportation service providers are at the forefront in executing the supply chain requirements of their customers across all industries.    The opportunity to grow with customers that are willing to work with industry experts has never been higher.  

For many years, industry studies have highlighted a customer expectations gap, where third party logistics providers (‘3PLs’) do not meet the service expectations of their customers.     Developing capabilities to close these gaps is rarely be done in the timeframe of a request for tender and requires strategic consideration and investment to meet the requirements of a particular industry or customer segment.

  • Need to deliver highly efficient operations in a metrics driven environment

  • Systems infrastructure needs to support multiple client and industry requirements

  • Continuous improvement tools and methodologies to deliver year on year savings

  • Need to align fixed cost infrastructure with client contracts and commitments

  • Suply chain analytics and innovation required to maintain relevance to client needs

  • Expectation to remain current on industry best practices and disruptive innovations.

How can we help you to optimise your Supply Chain performance?

How can we help you to your Supply Chain performance?

We support supply chain, logistics and transportation providers
in optimising their existing operations and developing the capabilities required to support growth across industries, geographies, channels and customers.
  • Benchmark operational performance against the industry and highlight areas for improvement.
  • Develop governance structures for client scoping, implementation and day to day operations.
  • Educate sales and operations teams on client expectations and capability requirements in particular industries.
  • Support strategy development – capabilities, supply chain network, systems infrastructure and supporting capabilities.
  • Challenge current ways of working to deliver step function improvements on existing clients.
  • Facilitate supply chain innovation on selected clients or prospects.
  • Identify service and geographic gaps and address through development or partnerships.
  • Evaluate go to market strategy and identify opportunities to refine positioning and improve service proposition.
  • Facilitate collaborative improvement projects with clients and other stakeholders.

See our services page for more detail on strategic, performance improvements and other areas of expertise to support your business.
Logistics and transportation industry
Customs and trade

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