It’s very easy to assume that, because products are getting to the right place on time, your supply chain is working well. But it’s a major cost within your business and there’s usually room for improvement.
Rob O’Byrne, managing director of the Logistics Bureau, says there are three things you need to keep a constant eye on: efficiency, cost and areas for improvement.
We talk through each of those areas in this edition of BTalk, looking at everything from the potential to over-service clients, the need for thorough reporting, integration within the business and sourcing from overseas.
When did you last have a good look at the efficiency of your supply chain?