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SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

Logistics is that part of the supply chain process that plans, implements, and controls the efficient, effective flow and storage of goods, services, and related information from the point-of-origin to the point-of- consumption in order to meet customers' requirements.

 

Supply chain management is the integration of key business processes from end user through original suppliers that provide products, services, and information that add value for customers.

 

The management of upstream and downstream relationships with suppliers and customers to deliver superior customer value at less cost to the supply chain as a whole.

• Supply chain network

• Supply management

• Capacity-based supply chain

• Supply chain dynamics

• Networkwide supply chain

• Lean supply chain

• Supply network

• Web supply chain

• Supply demand

• Seamless supply chain

• Supply integration

• Demand chain

• Information management

• Supply coalitions

 

 

 

KEY BUSINESS PROCESSES, BRINGING COMMODITIES TOGETHER, PROVIDING VALUE FROM SUPPLIER ORIGIN TO END CONSUMER, EFFICIENT LOGISTICS

The supply chain concept extends to include a focus on production and involves both the supply and distribution sides of the company. As the chain expands, the distance between the manufacturer and the end consumer increases, both geographically and from an operational point of view. At the same time, there is a strong trend toward more and more customer-oriented products and production, which requires close relationships between suppliers and customers.

 

This trend points out the need for a form of supply chain or, more generally, a system for integration and closer relationships. But is the "supply chain" concept the solution to this challenge? A chain of companies is only a part of a whole, complex system. There has to be a focus on all of the relationships and the dependencies, which is a big challenge indeed.

 

RAW MATERIALS SPECIALISTS, Millbrook’s foundations were built upon supporting clients who have a need for efficient specialised logistics, not all transport methods are straight forward. By implementing a strong team who understands commodities from the ground up to manufacturer & the consumer, our UK Domestic & International Raw Material Specialist Division will provide the Break/Bulk, Tanker, BIB, ISO Tank, Container, RORO solutions.

WE PROVIDE THE COMPLETE SUPPLY CHAIN LOGISTICS

I.T PLATFORM, ALL IN ONE PLACE, BESPOKE IN DESIGN, UNLIMITED USERS GLOBALLY, COMPLETELY TRANSPARENT, REAL TIME UPDATES, NO SOFTWARE, NO USER FEES, LOGISTICS SERVICE PERFORMANCE AT 98.7%, i-MOS IS THE KEY.

Currently, Supply chain Management within Logistics is technology (IT) driven, often involving IT-based modelling and simulation. As a result, businesses are shaped by complexity, fast-changing conditions, and constant development. Today and for the future we can constantly make change, more so than we could in the past. This means that we can control Integrated Logistics development and that the rate of development can only increase ongoing.

 

Companies are trying to respond to dynamic developments and complexity, striving to achieve stability and to carry out operations more efficiently. The goal of IT development, to a great extent, is to create a better (which often means simpler and easier) way to conduct business.