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Logistics and Supply Chain Modelling
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Strategic supply chain modelling involves the input of all elements of the supply chain into a single, integrated model to allow each key cost driver to be optimised against a set of criteria.  Manufacturing constraints, customer service levels etc, are all considered and the final model is represented both graphically, and financially.

    • Considers suppliers, production facilities, DC’s and customer demands
    • Local, regional and global modelling capability
    • Optimum depot locations based on demand, supply and service levels
    • Optimum network structure trading off:
      • Fixed cost
      • Variable cost
      • Inventory levels
      • Service levels
      • Revenue and profit
  • Manufacturing and product sourcing decisions
  • Where should warehouses and depots be located?
  • Design and development of alternative logistics solutions and costs
  • Base case model of your current supply chain, calibrated to current cost using existing costs and tariffs, or a set of synthesised cost functions
  • Fully costed supply chain solutions in a single comparative model
  • Detailed analysis of all supply chain cost elements and drivers
  • Full analysis and explanation of all supply chain dynamics
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