Logistics and Supply Chain Consultants Who Guarantee Results!
There is no better respected or well-known provider of Supply Chain and Logistics Management consultants in Australia, New Zealand & SE Asia than Logistics Bureau. We provide one of the most complete and thorough services on the market, which includes our industry-leading, 180 day 100% Money Back Guarantee.
Where are your profits going? Improved Supply Chain will Help
There are so many factors you need to consider when you are trying to find ways to improve your bottom line, it can sometimes feel overwhelming.
And no doubt you also feel the growing pressure of having to do more with less… That is, improve on your service while keeping costs under control.
One of the first places you must look to make improvements is your Supply Chain. Why? Well, typically:
- COGS from suppliers accounts for 60-70% of sales
- Inbound Logistics make up 2%-7%
- Internal Logistics 3%-5%
- In-store or customer logistics consume 5%-6% … So it’s a VERY GOOD place to start!
If nothing is done you already know your costs will continue to snowball and eventually your service delivery will begin to suffer. And the harsh reality is, the problem will NOT go away by itself. It falls to you to fix it.
This can be done either internally, with you relying on the systems, people and processes which have got the business to where it is now… or externally, by bringing in the specialist skills of an outside provider.
There is no better respected or well known provider of Supply Chain and Logistics management consulting than Logistics Bureau. We provide one of the most complete and thorough services on the market which includes our industry-leading, 180 day 100% Money Back Guarantee.
We wouldn’t be in this position if we weren’t careful, committed and precise in delivering solutions to your business.
Our Logistics Consultants take great care in providing a high level of personal service to our customer base and we have an enviable track record in the following industry verticals amongst others:
- Retail, FMCG and CPG
- Energy, mining and construction
- Government and Economic Development
- IT and Telco
Our Supply Chain Consulting assignments have ranged across the world and include countries such as Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, Fiji, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, & Vietnam.
Remember, Logistics Bureau is recognised as a market leader as our long list of local, state, national and international clients attest. If you are used to working with elite level consultants then I also invite you to contact one of our Senior Specialist Staff to set up a no obligation Confidential Consultation to help determine where we can help you improve your company’s bottom line and meet your professional and personal goals.
To your improved operations and a stronger, more consistent bottom line!
Group Managing Director
Supply Chain Strategy
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