In any manufacturer’s supply chain, spare parts and finished goods play a key role. Both ends of the sequence requires a correct and optimized management, so that a group of little parts can become something bigger and ready for its final destination. Distribution Centers have a main role. They need to be data integrated, correctly operative and have full visibility to manage the inventory levels.
One of the most common headaches for a company’s procurement department is launching an RFQ. The objective is always to achieve cost savings, efficiency and compliance, but it’s not so hard to lose the north when you have a lot of information to analyze and consider. The easiest solution is, of course, to outsource the handling of the RFQ, but selecting the company to achieve that task seems as hard as the task itself.
In an industry as complex as Oil & Energy, companies face multiple challenges every day. Logistics and supply chain are probably their biggest pains since most of their solutions should be tailor made in regards of their size and proportion. This requires a front-end engineering effort to create a plan specifically detailed that will end in a door-to-door logistics strategy.