Models for Logistics Systems Management

The logistics system is a complex and dynamic configuration of elements that aim to manage material flows in the supply chain efficiently. The way it is organised is challenging in itself. A challenge that should be solved through knowledge on theory and practice on the logistics and supply chain management problems.

Consulting in
the following areas

Audit of logistics activities. Analysis and optimisation of logistics and business processes

Get acquainted with the specifics of your logistics system because every business is different. Based on the available data and information, our experts can assess the current situation and suggest ways to improve.

Storage facilities

Successful storage results from achieving good synchrony between shelving systems, the organisation of storage areas, machines in use, the organisation of storage processes, and using appropriate software. Especially important is the process of preparing orders (picking), which has the highest potential for improving efficiency.

Production and operations

In the production field, it is essential to achieve synchrony between the production schedule, the production capacity, needs, and deliveries. A particularly important point is a number of practices typical for methods such as MRP, MRPII, ERP, ERPII.

Supply Chain Management

Modern companies need to achieve such integration and coordination with their suppliers and customers that at some point, they start to function more as one organisation. This is because the future lies in the competition between supply chains themselves and not individual organisations. To achieve such forms of interaction, a systematic transformation and transition to such partnerships are required.

Developing optimisation models

The organisation and the supply chain are complex systems that can be configured in different ways. The question is: What is the right solution? One approach is building mathematical models that can be examined in different situations in order to find the best solution for configuring the system.

Information systems and technologies in logistics

Digitalisation and digital transformation of your logistics. Implementing this sort of solution is a complicated process that requires a balance between spendings and expected results. Finally, the system’s actual development is a challenge that is primarily related to the human aspect of the organisation.

Customer service

Modern paradigms for a successful business are customer-oriented. To achieve this, not only friendly service by traders is needed, but also synchronising activities in terms of supply, storage, transport, etc. Quantitative measurement of the activity through a number of key indicators, including KPIs, is particularly important. Such initiatives are essential, especially when you want to compare your indicators with those of the leading companies in the field.

Packaging and labeling

These activities are definitely not limited to preserving the product during transport. Current trends in logistics are related to unit tracking and automatic identification. Of particular importance in this regard are the GS1 marking standards and their respective application in the field of barcodes and radio frequency identification (RFID).

Demand forecasting and inventory management

The time of intuitive forecasting is passing, since modern organisations have to be very precise in terms of spendings and can not afford irrelevant inventory management. This requires the use of several quantitative methods for demand forecasting, which should be intuitive and easy to apply, as well as not require specific mathematical knowledge.

Audit of logistics activities. Analysis and optimisation of logistics and business processes

Get acquainted with the specifics of your logistics system because every business is different. Based on the available data and information, our experts can assess the current situation and suggest ways to improve.

Information systems and technologies in logistics

Digitalisation and digital transformation of your logistics. Implementing this sort of solution is a complicated process that requires a balance between spendings and expected results. Finally, the system’s actual development is a challenge that is primarily related to the human aspect of the organisation.

Storage facilities

Successful storage results from achieving good synchrony between shelving systems, the organisation of storage areas, machines in use, the organisation of storage processes, and using appropriate software. Especially important is the process of preparing orders (picking), which has the highest potential for improving efficiency.

Customer service

Modern paradigms for a successful business are customer-oriented. To achieve this, not only friendly service by traders is needed, but also synchronising activities in terms of supply, storage, transport, etc. Quantitative measurement of the activity through a number of key indicators, including KPIs, is particularly important. Such initiatives are essential, especially when you want to compare your indicators with those of the leading companies in the field.

Production and operations

In the production field, it is essential to achieve synchrony between the production schedule, the production capacity, needs, and deliveries. A particularly important point is a number of practices typical for methods such as MRP, MRPII, ERP, ERPII.

Packaging and labeling

These activities are definitely not limited to preserving the product during transport. Current trends in logistics are related to unit tracking and automatic identification. Of particular importance in this regard are the GS1 marking standards and their respective application in the field of barcodes and radio frequency identification (RFID).

Supply Chain Management

Modern companies need to achieve such integration and coordination with their suppliers and customers that at some point, they start to function more as one organisation. This is because the future lies in the competition between supply chains themselves and not individual organisations. To achieve such forms of interaction, a systematic transformation and transition to such partnerships are required.

Demand forecasting and inventory management

The time of intuitive forecasting is passing, since modern organisations have to be very precise in terms of spendings and can not afford irrelevant inventory management. This requires the use of several quantitative methods for demand forecasting, which should be intuitive and easy to apply, as well as not require specific mathematical knowledge.

Developing optimisation models

The organisation and the supply chain are complex systems that can be configured in different ways. The question is: What is the right solution? One approach is building mathematical models that can be examined in different situations in order to find the best solution for configuring the system.

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