Challenge: A third party logistics company, distributing medical devices was looking to increase inventory accuracy as well as throughput of order picking during their peak hours. However, any solution that is presented must be able to accommodate more than one person as a picker.
Challenge: GEODIS' target was to bring savings to an industrial company located in Brazil that produces construction and high-performance materials. The customer has 5 different lines of business each working with multiple carriers and sites (21 plants and 19 distributions centers) to carry 176,000 tons a year for a total cost spend of $10 million. The mission was to bring savings by advising optimizations on 500 transportation network roads.
Challenge: DMLogic was challenged by a major pharmaceutical manufacturer to help streamline their compliance tracking of temperature-specific drug storage and delivery. While shipments were continuously tracked via their WMS, the manufacturer was forced to manually note temperatures throughout transit via spreadsheet. Eventually, the spreadsheets became cumbersome and the manual tracking was slowing down the process.
Challenge: A respected provider of direct marketing, printing and fulfillment services operates a ten-thousand-rack space warehouse. While their core business generally keeps their warehouse busy, the management team realized they had unused capacity. Their challenge was to find a fast, efficient way to increase their warehouse utilization.
Challenge: This service parts organization needed to handle over 500 orders per day and 170,000 items in their inventory. They needed to move from a paper-base to automate through system-directed processes, gain real-time visibility and tracking of parts and orders throughout their supply chain.
Challenge: Wide transportation footprint; Different ERP systems across multiple platforms; Gaps in existing transportation network; Maintain core competency of steel-making/processing; Maintain quality/safety culture; Consolidating transportation metric source data
Challenge: Help a leading protein processor with: Increased demand from vendors seeking customer assistance in securing equipment; Insufficient visibility for auditing spot market spend; Inability to convert frequent spot lanes to routed lanes; Inefficient manual processes prone to error
Challenge: Our company faced a quality issue originating during our sub-assembly of headliners for a major customer, a Fortune 100 automotive OEM. Strands of the glue used to affix wiring harnesses and other parts to headliners’ C-surfaces were ending up on their A-surfaces as well and were not detected in the QA process. The problem was discovered after finished headliners were installed on vehicles. We needed to make detection easier and meet production cycle times and quality standards.
Challenge: A global leader in specialty coatings was going through a multi-system migration and decided to select a state-of-the-art global end-to-end planning and scheduling platform including truck load building. This platform needed to cover 17 production sites, over 200 warehouses, fully integrate with their SAP landscape and support daily use by over 200 global users.
Challenge: The leading global manufacturer of advanced plasma, laser and water jet-cutting systems with worldwide operations and partners, experienced significant growth. Due to this growth, their existing label printing system presented considerable risks to operations. Their system was prone to breaking, ultimately causing significant downtime, with five to ten hours of troubleshooting each week. All of this resulted in customer dissatisfaction, brand integrity issues, and lost revenues, equaling $25,000 – $100,000 worth of productivity each week.