30 May 2008
Supply chain consultancy appoints four new consultants. Total Logistics, the European supply chain consultancy, has recruited four new supply chain consultants due to growing demand for its specialist services. All at project director or senior consultant level, the new additions to the team bring considerable experience of change management, supply chain re-engineering and pan-European logistics to the consultancy.
The UK-based consultancy, which also has offices in Holland, is seeing a marked increase in the amount of pan-European work it is currently undertaking. Recently, the company carried out infrastructure projects in Poland and Romania for a major food manufacturer, an automated high throughput picking system for a food processor in Finland and a European distribution strategy review for a fashion retailer.
Andy Keith, partner at Total Logistics, said: "We are seeing a lot more businesses in the food, retail, fashion and FMCG sectors taking a fresh look at their supply chains to gain greater economies without losing that vital element of flexibility. Our tailored approach to clients' supply chain issues is meeting an important need in industry. We are seeing a growth in companies reviewing their pan-European supply chains as well as a growing demand for our services from international businesses."
Total Logistics recently launched a Change Management service to help businesses improve their success rate when implementing new supply chain models. The business is an accredited Investor in People (IIP) employer.
Total Logistics specialises in all aspects of supply chain and logistics consultancy, with a client base that includes Nestlé, Unilever, adidas, Coty, Tesco and Hema. Working across the complete range of supply chain and logistics operations, Total Logistics functions solely to add value and subtract costs. Activities include strategy definition through to implementation and project management; network modelling, distribution strategy, location optimisation, cost modelling and benchmarking. Total Logistics' experience covers all industry sectors and its clients comprise sector leading companies but also much smaller lesser well-known names to whom its consultancy, advice and services are equally as critical. Over 70 per cent of its revenue comes from existing clients and its greatest source of new business derives from personal recommendations. Now recognised as a leading consultancy in this field, Total Logistics has established a reputation for delivering high quality, practical and robust solutions to clients' needs.
Total Logistics has offices in the UK and the Netherlands. For further information visit:
www.total-logistics.eu.com or www.total-logistics.nl