Supply Chain Management

Efficient value creation

Global networking and technological advances lead to increasingly complex procurement and sales markets. Supply chain management is experiencing great pressure to adapt to dynamic environments undergoing rapid change especially in industries characterized by strong exports.

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Challenges

  • Time to market – The decisive success factor is often the speed of response and adaptation in increasingly diversified and digitalized markets with a large number of variants and components, as well as ever shorter product life cycles and lead times.
  • Efficient flows of material and information – Rising expectations in terms of product quality and constant pricing pressure require ongoing resource optimization. This is done through the consistent end-to-end monitoring and control of all production flows and flows of raw materials, components, semi-finished and finished products, as well as order and logistics processes.
  • Flexible procurement networks – Being flexible in absorbing order fluctuations in volatile and individualized markets requires constant analysis of the value stream, including review and consolidation of purchasing, and possibly the use of alternative supply sources.
  • Transparency – Today’s production companies are expected to be able to depict their supply chains from suppliers of raw materials to the end customer and to account for quality, safety, sustainability and fulfillment of other production standards set by currently applicable regulations. Consistent and high-performing databases and software are important prerequisites for this along with coordinated manufacturing technologies and processes.

Specialist management and skills are called for to meet specific challenges in SCM that enable companies to custom-design procurement, production and supply processes, and improve them on an ongoing basis.

Our portfolio

We offer flexible management capacities with comprehensive specialist skills and project experience. taskforce Interim Managers bring to the table cross-industrial know-how, process reliability and robust management skills. They capture all steps in the supply chain and use tools, such as Lean Production, Six Sigma or

Total Quality Management, to successfully resolve specific issues on behalf of the client. Beyond the management of complex programs and the successful resolution of countless tasks, they bolster the company’s capacity to adapt and renew its organizational structure.

Case Studies - Supply Chain Management

Overview Case Studies
 MO management in the plastic sector

MO management in the plastic sector

Dramatic collapse of production output caused by the introduction of an ERP system, a lack of stability of the IT system and a high level of incoming orders
Customer
R. P. Scherer GmbH & Co. KG
Industry
Energy Industry
Solution
Supply Chain Management
Function
Program & Project Management
 Strategic reorganization in Buying

Strategic reorganization in Buying

Strategic and global reorganization and continuous improvement of the total purchase of goods and services
Customer
Automotive supplier
Industry
Automotive
Solution
Supply Chain Management
Function
Supply Chain Management

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