Video: From Off-shore to Last-mile Fulfilment

Video: From offshore supply to last mile fulfilment

GRA Partner Carter McNabb recently presented 'From offshore supply to last mile fulfilment – Upgrading end-to-end supply chain strategy & design' at ASCI 2018 in Sydney.

His presentation covered:

  • Offshore consolidation centres, multiple flow paths, multi-tiered supply chain networks & last mile fulfilment. How do we decide what’s best?
  • Integrating Supply Chain & Procurement Strategy, the next competitive advantage frontier
  • Co-creating strategic sourcing & supply chain models to increase gross & net margin
  • Stocking & delivery strategies to maximise service levels and cost efficiency
  • Key competitive capabilities for the new world

View the presentation in the video below:

 

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Testimonials

GRA’s knowledge of the best practices in the end-to-end planning process is very impressive. With our Class A accreditation, Simplot already has an above average S&OP process embedded within the company, but GRA were able to suggest tangible improvements that will hopefully take Simplot to the next level in planning strategy and execution.

– Danny Mellon, GM Planning, Logistics & Procurement, Simplot

Typical results

  • 20-40% inventory investment reduction
  • increased service levels ranging up to 99.9%
  • 10%-15% reduction in supply chain operating costs
  • 5%-20% spend management savings
  • the ability to fund business initiatives from operating cash flow (OCF) improvements
  • improved return on capital employed (ROCE)
  • a minimum 3:1 ROI (10:1 to 30:1 typical)