Logistics development with a focus on feasibility
Our customers are companies that want to develop and streamline their logistics. Logent analyses the business and proposes measurable, achievable improvements in the customer’s logistics process.
Really useful solutions
Our experienced and highly qualified consultants include specialists in supply chain management, procurement, change processes, transport flows, warehouse construction, logistics optimisation and project management. Whether you are looking for a resource or expertise to streamline your order picking or to formulate a new logistics strategy, we have the right person for the job.
We have always been able to offer logistics development with a global perspective that creates concrete results. Our customers look for really useful solutions that are based on their individual circumstances and that create maximum potential. They will often work with a consultant who can take full responsibility for both analysis and implementation, and being that consultant requires knowledge based on experience. Logent has extensive experience of successful change processes, grounded in solid expertise and a broad overview of the industry.
Thorough work is required to optimise a goods supply chain, and after conducting an in-depth analysis, we can work with our customers to formulate goals and strategies. We propose improvements and often project manage the development work. In this way, we can guarantee both cost savings and continuous development. We have project managers with specialist knowledge in the fields of rail logistics, warehouse construction, retail logistics, ports, multimodal solutions, transport optimisation, and third party logistics.
Cost analysis – one of our proven streamlining processes
Many of our partnerships begin with an analysis of the current situation. In the first stage of our analysis, we collect relevant logistics data, costs and key figures, which are analysed to create an accurate picture of the current situation.
The purpose of the analysis is to agree on the current cost structure and to identify potential savings. We guarantee that we can make savings by always being prepared to deliver the service at the proposed unit price. The model on the right describes the principles involved in our analysis.