SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

C&G works with clients from a wide range of industries to deliver innovative supply chain strategies and operative solutions that enable profitable growth in both new and existing markets

 

SUPPLY CHAIN STRATEGIES THAT DELIVER PROFITABLE GROWTH

Through our global industry experience and skills in supply chain strategy, we help clients achieve high performance through supply chain mastery. Our supply chain consulting services bring clients the experience, capabilities, technology and insight to create long-term profitability and shareholder value.

Most of today’s supply chain strategies were built on the assumption of stability, and were designed to deliver on a just-in-time basis for lean operations and inventory. But in today’s volatile business environment, companies can no longer assume “stability” and need the flexibility to move quickly to capitalize on new innovations.

There are many challenges and uncertainties regarding the level of demand for products and inventory levels. Companies with inventory deficits risk losing sales and damaging reputation with customers, while slow inventory damages the company’s working capital.

Companies need to know when to use Third Party Logistics (TPL) and what they can do independently. They need to plan the most efficient and economical way to build their supply chain, including the correct organizational structure, which metrics to implement for continuous improvement.

While new technologies can disrupt supply chain operations, they can also create opportunities for gaining market share, reducing costs and achieving greater supply chain control. These challenges are leading to new approaches and bold thinking.

A 360º ROADMAP ADDRESSING EVERY ASPECT OF SUPPLY CHAIN TRANSFORMATION

OUR SERVICES

  • Supply chain vision and strategy
  • Supply chain reorganization
  • Planning of global distribution systems
  • Planning of local distribution systems (B2B & B2C)
  • Construction of a strategic roadmap from an operational & economic perspective: MAKE VS BUY
  • Construction of an investment budget
  • Organizational structure design: Definition of roles and responsibilities
  • Design of supply chain management systems architecture
  • Network design
  • Material handling design
  • Online supply chain design

IMPACT

  • Fill rate improvement
  • Improvement in working capital due to lower inventory
  • Improvement of costs and operational indices
  • Management of short-term volatility
  • Reduction in supply chain complexity
  • Inventory optimization
  • Reduced total supply chain costs to improve profitability
  • Improvement in First Time Fix
  • Shorter lead times
  • Better OEE