YOU WISH TO
- Reduce the costs of your logistics network in relation to your turnover?
- Develop your network to support your growth?
- Keep an attractive deadline promise for your current and future customers?
- Make your logistics network meet your CSR ambitions?
- Adapt your network to the omnichannel development ?
- Know if your network is underutilized? saturated? at risk ?
- Adjust your network to the change in sourcing policy?
- Share your BtoB and BtoC logistics activity on the same site?
- Integrate the new acquisition made/planned into your network?
- Specialize your factories to reduce your overall cost? Or locate a new factory?
OUR VALUE PROPOSITIONS
Design your distribution network to meet your ambitions and provide you with a competitive advantage.
- Diagnosis of the current distribution network. Several axes : location of suppliers and customers, cost, stock, service, environmental impact
- Mathematical modeling of costs, inventories and environmental impact
- Quantitative and qualitative comparison of scenarios. Using Dialog, our network optimization tool and our knowledge of logistics activity areas
- Construction of the roadmap to go from the current network to the target network. Depending on the constraints and challenges (expected savings, etc.)
Design a logistics strategy to support your omnichannel transformation
- Confirmation of the service offering with Marketing and Commerce. Several axes : deadline/cut-off, place of delivery, available assortment, customization…
- Analysis of the e-commerce order book and comparison to store sales
- Diagnosis of the current distribution scheme. Cost, service, environmental impact...
- Quantitative and qualitative comparison of e-commerce logistics strategy scenarios. Omnichannel or dedicated e-commerce warehouse; delivery by warehouse, store, dark store, etc.
- Best practices in governance
- Construction of the roadmap
Define the most suitable supply routes to meet your ambitions and the expectations of your customers
- Diagnosis of current routes: costs, stocks, services provided to stores, environmental impacts
- Modeling of current and new routes: national/regional stock, stock on one/multiple level(s), Xdock, direct supplier, etc.
- Quantitative and qualitative comparison of new volume distribution scenarios by road and recommendation of a target
Roadmap and prerequisites to reach the target
Review your industrial network to meet your ambitions and provide you with a competitive advantage
- Analysis of the existing situation. Location of customers and suppliers, saturation level and competence of production lines, production costs, stock, etc.
- Full cost modeling from suppliers to customers, including production costs
- Quantitative and qualitative comparison of scenarios. Using AZAP software to optimize costs, stocks / use of production lines
- Recommendation of a target. Construction of the roadmap and investment plan
OUR CUSTOMERS APPRECIATE
We conduct around twenty studies of this type each year, in all sectors of activity
Our expertise goes beyond mathematical modeling and simulation: knowledge of 3rd or 4th party logistic providers and their geographical location, networks with service providers, knowledge of transport offers, employment areas, logistics activity areas, availability of land, etc. allow to provide the optimal recommendation, while ensuring its feasibility
- Our experts integrate the organization of the warehouse and its equipment from the reflection on the distribution network: level of investment, productivity gain, for example
- For own sites: land search, warehouse design, call for tenders for equipment, negotiation assistance
- For sites in service: contact with service providers, call for tenders, assistance with negotiation
In a context of tension, DIAGMA brings credibility to your project with service providers / suppliers / integrators
Our Dialog tool, developed in-house specifically for our studies, integrates best practices in distribution network design: ability to simulate tailor-made scenarios, cost and inventory modeling, location of suppliers and customers.