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.
In this complex business world, it is every organization’s wish to have greater visibility to their supply chain, including their extended value chain. The number of them that endeavor to realize this wish is increasing every year. The rate at which this is multiplying is significant and is is likely that this trend will continue.
However, what we notice is a lower success rate of such actions for various reasons. This post tries to shed light on some macro elements an organization should know, in order to achieve a successful realization of an End-2-End visibility of their supply chain.
Have you ever wondered how your company can create savings and find areas to implement continuous improvement projects?
Continous improvement is essential for supply chain success and an audit process is one of the keys to achieving those goals. How, you ask? Freight bill auditors play a pivotal role in the data analysis which allows them to detect opportunities for routing improvements, shipment consolidations, modes of transport and cost optimization.