Fulfilment assists our clients to effectively establish and manage the activities related to the physical movement of their goods and materials. These activities mainly focus on a tactical and operational level to improve customer experience and lower operating costs.
Flow Path Analysis
Balancing the tradeoffs between customer service levels, inventory deployment, transport lanes, and distribution network nodes.
Transportion relates to the movement of orders through the network including transport value assessment, third-party logistics strategy, transport provider selection, transport optimisation, capacity management, and multi-modal operations.
Warehousing includes the physical facilities and operational capabilities to process orders. Supporting companies to diagnose improvements to their warehousing operations, and address opportunities in a number of areas such as technologies, workforce, facility operations, and third-party logistics.
This will also include go-live support, warehouse relocation planning and management, as well as annual stock take planning and execution.
Reverse Logistics comprises many aspects of after-sales support to include customer returns, field service and maintenance, asset repair/refurbishment, asset tracking, service parts fulfillment, recycling, and disposal.
The movement of goods from the consumer back to the seller, the booking of the returns transaction, and the disposition of the returned goods from sellers to manufacturing are also elements of Reverse Logistics.