The logistics industry is an important driver of economic growth and development. All types of businesses, big and small, need logistics managers to help with inventory and accounts receivable.Logistics is concerned with both materials flow and information flow. While the materials flow from the supplier to consumer, the information flows the other way round. It is not only concerned with inventory and resource utilization, customer response also falls under the ambit of logistics. And here we are the smart logisticians who not only concerned with inventories and receivables but also supports and welcomes our customers response and their feedback respectively.
Here is a short description of the process we follow at our company.
Inventory Planning -Our Organization wants to minimize the inventory levels due to its almost linear relationship with the cost. Yet if the demand is forecasted accurately, there would ideally be no need for inventory and the goods will move seamlessly from warehouses to customers.
Transportation -Transportation serves the purpose of not just product movement, but storage as well. Time spent for delivery means saved time for warehousing.
Packaging -The packaging depends on the end goal; form factor plays the lead role when packaging goods for the end consumers, while function plays the lead role in packaging for logistical operations.
Warehousing -It is the back-end building for storing goods. Based on the needs of our organization, it can be in-house or outsourced. Primary functions of a warehouse are product movement and storage.
A supply chain is a global network used to deliver products and services from raw materials to end customers through an engineered flow of information, physical distribution, and cash. Our supply chains include various entities, such as raw material extractors, service and component suppliers, a material product manufacturer or a producer of services, distributors, and end customers.
Warehousing is the act of storing goods that will be sold or distributed later. While a small, home-based business might be warehousing products in a spare room, basement, or garage, larger businesses typically own or rent space in a building that is specifically designed for storage.
Distribution can make or break a company. A good distribution system quite simply means the company has greater chance of selling its products more than its competitors. The company that spreads its products wider and faster into the market place at lower costs than its competitors will make greater margins absorb raw material price rise better and last longer in tough market conditions.
Logistics consultants analyze information to identify and solve any logistics and supply chain operation problems for their clients. We help manufacturing companies increase productivity, reduce excess costs, update technology systems, and provide better customer service.
We would feel ecstatic and overwhelmed to have a collaboaration with you and would be very delighted to serve you as our clients. Below is the section where you can contact us if you want your manufactured goods to be supplied and delievered by the good hands.