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Redukowanie kosztów

Oferujemy usługi doradcze, których celem jest poszukiwanie oszczędności. Na podstawie wieloletnich doświadczeń w modelowaniu procesów biznesowych, jak również przy wykorzystaniu wiedzy z zakresu zarządzania logistyką, proponujemy naszym Klientom wykonanie reorganizacji sieci dystrybucji pod kątem minimalizacji kosztów obsługi.

Analysis of the current distribution network model

Analysis of the current distribution network model

  • Identification and analysis of transport processes in the current distribution network,
  • Determination of commodity streams and development of a flow map,
  • Estimation of total distribution costs based on:
  • distribution costs (local and direct),
  • costs of linear transport,
  • cross-dock costs (operation of loading platforms),
  • courier delivery costs based on market freight rates and an optimized existing model.

Analysis of the current distribution network model

Analysis of the current distribution network model
  • Identification and analysis of transport processes in the current distribution network,
  • Determination of commodity streams and development of a flow map,
  • Estimation of total distribution costs based on:
  • distribution costs (local and direct),
  • costs of linear transport,
  • cross-dock costs (operation of loading platforms),
  • courier delivery costs based on market freight rates and an optimized existing model.

Analysis of the current distribution network model

Analysis of the current distribution network model
  • Identification and analysis of transport processes in the current distribution network,
  • Determination of commodity streams and development of a flow map,
  • Estimation of total distribution costs based on:
  • distribution costs (local and direct),
  • costs of linear transport,
  • cross-dock costs (operation of loading platforms),
  • courier delivery costs based on market freight rates and an optimized existing model.
Finesis logo - a transport program for transport orders.
Designing a new distribution network model

Designing a new distribution network model

  • Spatial reorganization of the distribution network,
  • Optimization of local distribution in the SkyLogic system and transferring the analysis result to the entire distribution cost model,
  • Estimation of total distribution costs based on:
  • distribution costs (local and direct),
  • costs of linear transport,
  • cross-dock costs (operation of loading platforms),
  • courier delivery costs based on market freight rates and optimal placement of loading platforms and routes,
  • Calculation of local and direct distribution costs for various delivery options (simulations at SkyLogic):
  • diversification of delivery times for various regions or segments of ABC clients,
  • selection of a fleet of various sizes,
  • introducing a logistic minimum.

Designing a new distribution network model

Designing a new distribution network model
  • Spatial reorganization of the distribution network,
  • Optimization of local distribution in the SkyLogic system and transferring the analysis result to the entire distribution cost model,
  • Estimation of total distribution costs based on:
  • distribution costs (local and direct),
  • costs of linear transport,
  • cross-dock costs (operation of loading platforms),
  • courier delivery costs based on market freight rates and optimal placement of loading platforms and routes,
  • Calculation of local and direct distribution costs for various delivery options (simulations at SkyLogic):
  • diversification of delivery times for various regions or segments of ABC clients,
  • selection of a fleet of various sizes,
  • introducing a logistic minimum.

Designing a new distribution network model

Designing a new distribution network model
  • Spatial reorganization of the distribution network,
  • Optimization of local distribution in the SkyLogic system and transferring the analysis result to the entire distribution cost model,
  • Estimation of total distribution costs based on:
  • distribution costs (local and direct),
  • costs of linear transport,
  • cross-dock costs (operation of loading platforms),
  • courier delivery costs based on market freight rates and optimal placement of loading platforms and routes,
  • Calculation of local and direct distribution costs for various delivery options (simulations at SkyLogic):
  • diversification of delivery times for various regions or segments of ABC clients,
  • selection of a fleet of various sizes,
  • introducing a logistic minimum.
Finesis logo - a transport program for transport orders.
Analysis of the results of simulation works - suggested solutions

Analysis of the results of simulation works - suggested solutions

  • Analysis of factors affecting company costs,
  • Construction of a company's cost model and simulation for:
  • current cost model,
  • a new cost model,
  • Recommend the solution including:
  • minimum distribution costs,
  • the risk of variability in distribution costs over time.

Analysis of the results of simulation works - suggested solutions

Analysis of the results of simulation works - suggested solutions
  • Analysis of factors affecting company costs,
  • Construction of a company's cost model and simulation for:
  • current cost model,
  • a new cost model,
  • Recommend the solution including:
  • minimum distribution costs,
  • the risk of variability in distribution costs over time.

Analysis of the results of simulation works - suggested solutions

Analysis of the results of simulation works - suggested solutions
  • Analysis of factors affecting company costs,
  • Construction of a company's cost model and simulation for:
  • current cost model,
  • a new cost model,
  • Recommend the solution including:
  • minimum distribution costs,
  • the risk of variability in distribution costs over time.
Finesis logo - a transport program for transport orders.

What will you gain from it?

Change in the cost structure

Change in the cost structure

  • minimizing transaction costs and focusing on activities translating into profits for customers,
  • conversion of fixed costs into variable ones (eg by making the settlement system more flexible with subcontractors),
  • cooperation of suppliers with customers in order to eliminate empty runs of means of transport,
  • increasing time compression of all storage and transport operations within the supply chain, merging of distribution channels with the logistic channel.
Better use of resources

Better use of resources

  • reduction of unnecessary activities, greater efficiency and control of resource consumption,
  • optimizing the use of company assets,
  • changing the configuration of the logistics network (location of warehouses, hubs)
  • allocation of clients to distribution centers,
  • route optimization.
Better planning of processes

Better planning of processes

  • process optimization (higher efficiency, elimination of bottlenecks, removal of unnecessary elements),
  • analysis of alternative methods of performing tasks,
  • ensuring repeatability of processes and their automation,
  • standardization of packaging and transport packaging - reduction of their number
  • creating conditions for efficient and quick trans-shipment at junction points.

What will you gain from it?

Change in the cost structure

Change in the cost structure

  • minimizing transaction costs and focusing on activities translating into profits for customers,
  • conversion of fixed costs into variable ones (eg by making the settlement system more flexible with subcontractors),
  • cooperation of suppliers with customers in order to eliminate empty runs of means of transport,
  • increasing time compression of all storage and transport operations within the supply chain, merging of distribution channels with the logistic channel.
Better use of resources

Better use of resources

  • reduction of unnecessary activities, greater efficiency and control of resource consumption,
  • optimizing the use of company assets,
  • changing the configuration of the logistics network (location of warehouses, hubs)
  • allocation of clients to distribution centers,
  • route optimization.
Better planning of processes

Better planning of processes

  • process optimization (higher efficiency, elimination of bottlenecks, removal of unnecessary elements),
  • analysis of alternative methods of performing tasks,
  • ensuring repeatability of processes and their automation,
  • standardization of packaging and transport packaging - reduction of their number
  • creating conditions for efficient and quick trans-shipment at junction points.

What will you gain from it?

Change in the cost structure

Change in the cost structure

  • minimizing transaction costs and focusing on activities translating into profits for customers,
  • conversion of fixed costs into variable ones (eg by making the settlement system more flexible with subcontractors),
  • cooperation of suppliers with customers in order to eliminate empty runs of means of transport,
  • increasing time compression of all storage and transport operations within the supply chain, merging of distribution channels with the logistic channel.
Better use of resources

Better use of resources

  • reduction of unnecessary activities, greater efficiency and control of resource consumption,
  • optimizing the use of company assets,
  • changing the configuration of the logistics network (location of warehouses, hubs)
  • allocation of clients to distribution centers,
  • route optimization.
Better planning of processes

Better planning of processes

  • process optimization (higher efficiency, elimination of bottlenecks, removal of unnecessary elements),
  • analysis of alternative methods of performing tasks,
  • ensuring repeatability of processes and their automation,
  • standardization of packaging and transport packaging - reduction of their number
  • creating conditions for efficient and quick trans-shipment at junction points.

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