Supply Chain Management
- Strategic planning,
- Supply Chain Modeling and Design,
- Inventory Management and Transportation,
- It covers the Distribution Strategy sections.
A basic model is generally followed in the supply chain strategy development process. This includes a detailed analysis of the client’s business model; It is based on a basis that includes service and product, customer and supplier profiles in the market. The results of this analysis will first be used to understand the problem and then relevant strategies and solutions will be developed.
Supply chain strategy is a process that is constantly changing and can sometimes seem difficult to implement. Our aim is that this strategy is a strategy that simplifies the concepts of the Logistics Sector and our country and produces practical solutions in a way that can be applied.
In this period when efficiency is challenged in the current market, companies need to re-evaluate their supply chains. Strategic Planning has become a particularly important issue in supply chain development.
The Strategic Planning service we offer is designed to help our customers with the questions they are looking for answers to. The first questions that come to mind are;
- Is my supply chain agile enough to respond to rapidly changing markets?
- Is my supply chain vulnerable to changes and disruptions?
- Should it be political, natural or economic?
- Is it sensitive to changes in behavior within the market?
For example, the increasing share of the internet in sales channels makes it inevitable that it will create challenging new demands in the supply chain. Strategic Planning includes key processes:
- Locations, Investments and Cost Analysis
- Defining Operational Requirements
Supply Chain Modeling and Design
Our supply chain modeling services help our customers create the ‘road map’ for the most effective supply chain solutions they need. After collecting and analyzing the necessary data, a basis for supply routes and other details of the structure is developed in a coordinated manner. In this way, a model is obtained. These will then be “tested against practical demands” within the business.
In principle, this concept helps us to reach the most beneficial result for our customer. “Key” operations include:
- Network Analysis and Modeling
- Optimization and Planning
- Analyze Stock Levels
- Identifying Outsourcing Opportunities
Inventory Management and Transportation
In today’s conditions, managing inventory with minimum stock and minimum loss is of vital importance in competitive conditions. In addition to the answers to the questions of which product is consumed where, in what time and in what quantity, it is necessary to determine the conditions such as the supply processes and lifespan of these products and to move the inventory at optimum cost.
The model on the transportation side is determined within the determined inventory management principles.
At this point, Main Warehouse, Transfer Warehouses (X-D), Complete Transportation and Partial Transportation systems form the basis of inventory management.
We create order management and distribution methods within our customer’s inventory management system. At this point, we create the distribution strategy with the most appropriate transportation models to meet the need.
Of course, in addition to the movement of the product, issues such as reaching the customer and collection play an important role in determining our customer’s strategy. At this point, as LogisticSolutions, we help to create the Regional Directorate, Distributor and Dealer structure. We determine at what point and in what structure the product will be distributed, especially through our analyzes that bring together the customer structure, targets and market conditions in the movement of the product.
Determining distribution channels according to the product, especially due to evolving consumer behavior, is another issue we support in this process. We provide services in creating sales channels such as Hot Sales, Chain Sales, Online Sales and establishing their information systems infrastructure.