Case Study 1
The company’s transportation network comprised of nearly 75-80 distribution locations based on a series of acquisitions over two decades. Total distribution costs were more than double the applicable benchmarks.
The company was in a highly competitive industry, barely making economic profits. High distribution cost was seen as a huge burden on the bottom line.
A thorough analysis of the customer base, and delivery pattern revealed an opportunity to rationalise network to nearly 5 hubs and 35-50 distribution locations. A combination of direct delivery model (for high volume customers, or high value products) and hub-and-spoke model (for rest of the product base) was created with net savings of nearly USD 2.3 Million p.a.
2 months for analysis and 6 months for implementation.
Case Study 2
A renewable energy company
Case Study 3
A chemicals company