Supply Chain and Distribution

Reducing cost while increasing flexibility and service levels. 

A company’s ability to transport products to market must be cost-effective, rapid and reliable.

Inefficiencies in your supply chain can negatively impact profitability by 5% or more. Our Consulting experts can help refine your distribution strategy by enhancing service levels, reducing operating costs and determining optimal levels and placement of inventory.

Our team begins by examining key components of your distribution network such as facility locations, facility design, inventory levels, and outsourcing opportunities. We use in-house scenario modeling and industry-leading technology, such as Llamasoft, to inform our studies and illuminate potential opportunities within your network.

Sample Distribution Center Utilization Scenarios

   
DistributionMap

 
Distribution Chart

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Latest Insights

Jeffrey Garza Walker & Joshua Rodriguez
News
May 20, 2020

Supply Chain Growth in the U.S., Mexico and Latin America

The supply chain is growing and improving throughout the U.S. with the emergence of last-mile facilities and delivery – and Mexico and Latin America are presenting new opportunities for relocation, investment and supply chain extension.
Woman speaking in a meeting
Blog
May 19, 2020

The New KPIs

New performance metrics will help companies make data-driven decisions as they respond to the pandemic and plan for the future.
Points to Negotiate as Occupier Leverage Increases
Blog
May 12, 2020

Points to Negotiate as Occupier Leverage Increases

Occupiers around the world are asking: how should we modify our real estate strategy for the months ahead? What is our plan for today and how does it change as vacancy increases and landlords become more willing to negotiate?
beijingQ2
Market-Research
July 9, 2020

Q2 2020 Market Report

In Q2 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic has been relatively well controlled in Beijing, tenants became increasingly active compared to Q1. However, due to the city’s high vacancy rate, tenants’ tight budget control, and the upcoming supply peak, many landlords kept lowering rents and being flexible in negotiations.