Warehouse LogisticThe warehouse has a significant impact on the service level (it shall guarantee suitable lead times through processes and structures reducing errors and damages to the minimum) and the running costs (on average one fourth of the total logistic costs); it is therefore clear that it shall not be considered an unavoidable cost but rather one of the competitiveness levers. The modern warehouse has now become a rather complex and advanced "machine" combining information and material handling technologies; this is why its design and/or its optimization shall be dealt with suitable levels of competence and professionalism.
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The strong and weak points of the current Supply Chain are defined, determining the possible interventions and underlying the expected advantages, the requirements needed to obtain them, the risks as well as the necessary time and resources.Feasibility study
It defines the strategic, technological and organizational options to eliminate any weak points and reach excellent levels as regards efficiency, accuracy and service. It determines alternative solutions which are analysed and presented, defining their values in terms of obtainable results, budget and return on investment, operating costs, flexibility, and realization times.Detailed project
It is the analytical project of all components of the Logistic System to issue the drawings and technical and functional of requirements necessary to launch the tenders for contract.Management of the implementation
Technical assistance to tenders, check of the technical content and project time schedules of vendors’ bids, logistic project management and on site supervision, personnel training and assistance to inspections, start-up and commissioning of the Logistic System are the services offered to support the Customer.Periodical control of efficiency
After commissioning, the results actually reached are checked together with the causes of any deviations from set goals, while new targets to be achieved are defined in a logic of “continuous improvement”.