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Supply Chain Management

Many international supply chains have remained the same for a number of years with the full opportunities not realised. Our services and skill base at both destination and origin continue to expand significantly which is where opportunities lie in re-engineering your operations in making it more demand driven whilst reducing costs. Getting the right product, at the right price, at the right time to the consumer is not only the lynchpin to competitive success but also the key to survival. Hence customer satisfaction and marketplace understanding are crucial elements for consideration when attempting to establish a new supply chain strategy.

Leading edge supply chains concentrate on managing the processes, not assets which ensures that quality, service, market access and cost efficiency are maintained giving them a true competitive advantage.Our specialist solutions team thrive on the challenges currently presented in the retail and manufacturing sectors, working closely with customers to implement new supply chain performance improvement initiatives that strive to match supply and demand, thereby driving down costs simultaneously with improving customer satisfaction. Their development strategies, implementation services and project management drive our thought leadership culture and prove time after time they add value and drive success through our customers business.

To make an appointment with a member of the solutions team please complete the enquiry form and we will contact you within 48 hours. Alternatively contact your closest Ligentia office for further information.

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