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Leading independent supply chain consultancy, Total Logistics, has launched a new website that allows visitors to connect with the business in a number of different ways. The management consultancy has developed a download centre as part of its new-look website that allows visitors to sign up for white papers, thought leadership articles, supply chain top tips, new case studies, the firm’s regular e-zine and also a link to its Twitter feed. Furthermore, there are also a number of updated case studies from the likes of adidas, Nestlé and Serco.

Business development manager, Stuart Hearn, said: "We wanted to create a much more interactive, and accessible multi-channel presence that quickly demonstrates our global experience and knowledge across a number of key sectors. We’re really pleased with the modern, engaging design of the new site and the way it allows logistics professionals to quickly and easily engage with us."

Total Logistics is a truly global consultancy, with experience of supply chain projects in over 35 countries. The company now boasts over 30 full time staff, 20 of whom are experienced consultants with an average of 16 years of logistics industry knowledge. The scope of the consultancy’s expertise is impressive, given the fact that the team has undertaken more than 800 projects since its inception in 1989.

Hearn concludes: "We believe we’re unlike any other European-based supply chain consultancy in terms of breadth and depth of knowledge. We’ve been privileged to work on some of the most challenging and exciting logistics projects in the world, from Russian retailers and American cosmetics companies, to Middle East food manufacturers and Australian chemical companies. We hope the new website communicates our capability, case studies and experience."

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