Supply chain

  • Published on: 20 March 2017
  • By: Frances Talman

What is supply chain?

It is a complex process that involves the transmitting of a product or service from the supplier to the end user or customer through a complex system of resources, organisation, people, information and activities.

It often involves the conversion of raw materials into a complete product, or a service solution that reaches or is delivered to the end customer.

Supply chain management is one of the most important processes in the activities of any organisation. Every product or service is provided for to an end user; hence the process of supply chain, and its management demands a high priority. 

A professional supply chain management service should:

  • Bring in new ideas – to improve productivity, lead times, quality, safety and ultimately, profits.
  • Update and expand the knowledge of current supply chain trends, techniques and technological developments.
  • Develop and optimise a single streamlined process and with cohesive communication that improves productivity.
  • Underpins a long-term commitment to your clients.

Our comprehensive supply chain solution consultancy services will help you achieve growth and business dominance in your marketplace.

Our Supply Chain services include providing advice and direction on:

  • Strategy development
  • Scheduling
  • Operational planning
  • Market analysis
  • Process
  • Manufacturing and quality production
  • Warehouse or storage management
  • Contract development, negotiation and agreement
  • Document management
  • Marketing and sales management
  • Order management
  • Transportation and other logistics
  • After sales services and support
  • Maintenance of records management.

Our highly-seasoned professional management consultancy team can help you gain the required skills and knowledge that would improve the management of your supply chain resulting in increased efficiencies and profit, and enhance your company’s reputation.

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