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Reducing costs

We offer consulting services aimed at seeking savings. Based on many years of experience in business process modeling, as well as using knowledge in the field of logistics management, we offer our clients the performance of a reorganization of the distribution network in terms of minimizing service costs.

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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