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4 Benefits to Onsite Logistics in Industrial Packaging — Deufol North America

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Regardless of whose fault it is, your customer is looking to you for quality, budget, and schedule assurance. You can deliver those things by working with a skilled and experienced partner.

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4 Benefits to Onsite Logistics in Industrial Packaging — Deufol North America

  1. 1. 4 Benefits to Onsite Logistics in Industrial Packaging [ Exclusive SlideShare Guide ]
  2. 2. “Large-scale industrial and construction projects can bring many organizational and logistical challenges. ➜ 2
  3. 3. THOSE CHALLENGES INCLUDE: ▰ Getting your designs and specifications into the hands of the onsite team, and making sure that those plans are implemented correctly ▰ Sourcing the right materials and parts and getting them to the project location by deadline ▰Managing the flow of parts and materials as they enter the project work area 3
  4. 4. CHALLENGES (Cont.) Without a system in place, material handling could devolve into a free- for-all. Fortunately, there’s an alternative available that can help you manage your supply chain, ensure accurate material delivery, and protect your timeline. 4
  5. 5. CHALLENGES (Cont.) It’s a solution that we call Onsite Logistics, and it’s the process of using a third party to receive your materials at your project location and then manage their delivery to specific team members and workstations. There are four benefits to using Onsite Logistics to help you and your team with your large-scale project. ➜ 5
  6. 6. 1. QUALITY ASSURANCE With an Onsite Logistics solution, you have a team specifically focused on managing material flow. They check the parts and materials in as they arrive, unpack them and review the materials for defects. If there’s a problem, the Onsite Logistics team can contact the vendor and immediately start the process of correcting the issue. 6
  7. 7. 1. QUALITY ASSURANCE (Cont.) After checking for quality, they can direct the products to the correct work team, ensuring that all parts are delivered to the right end user. You can have confidence that your parts and materials will be where you need them, when you need them. 7
  8. 8. 2. INCREASED EFFICIENCY You likely have construction workers, machinists, engineers, and other skilled workers on your project. Their time is valuable, and it needs to be spent doing what they do best, not sorting through materials and containers looking for parts. 8
  9. 9. 2. INCREASED EFFICIENCY (Cont.) With an Onsite Logistics solution, your skilled workers can have the parts they need delivered directly to their station with no downtime. They get the parts they need, when they need them, so they can focus on completing their task and moving the project forward. 9
  10. 10. 3. TRANSPARENCY Imagine jumping on your computer or tablet and finding missing part with just a few clicks. Onsite Logistics gives you that capability. Your parts and containers are scanned as they enter your project location and as they move through each step of your process. Those scans integrate seamlessly with your software, so you can find the data you need in seconds. 10
  11. 11. 4. COST SAVINGS Yes, there is a cost to having a third party handle your material flow. However, consider the costs of not working with a partner: ▰ Quality issues with incoming materials ▰ Ordering replacement parts with a rush delivery ▰Loss of valuable time while sorting through deliveries and tracking down misplaced items 11
  12. 12. “All of those items may be small costs individually. But In aggregate, they can have a major impact on your budget. 12
  13. 13. 4. COST SAVINGS (Cont.) And then there’s the more damaging cost of potentially losing a customer’s trust. If your project or install is for your customer, they’re counting on you to deliver on budget and on schedule. If time or money is lost due to supply chain and material receiving issues, that’s going to cause disruption in your customer relationship. 13
  14. 14. THE BOTTOM LINE ➜
  15. 15. “ Regardless of whose fault it is, your customer is looking to you for quality, budget, and schedule assurance. You can deliver those things by working with a skilled and experienced partner. 15
  16. 16. 16 For more information, or to discuss your own industrial challenges, http://info.deufol-us.com/industrial http://blog.deufol-us.com/ Schedule a Consultation: 888.539.0617

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