Industry

Manufacturing

As a manufacturer your customers will make strict demands on you. Your livelihood will depend upon the service you provide.  However, manufacturing needs to be profitable and often this requires longer batch runs which can cause problems that have to be handled by logistics.

Increasingly, the pressure of holding inventory to meet store demands will be pushed up the supply chain to you.  Your warehouse must help manage both raw materials and finished goods, deal with processing bills of materials, back-flushing and value-added services.  Inventory may not always be in the right place when needed so techniques such as opportunistic cross docking will be essential tools to deliver the service.  As a key component of the supply chain you will require the capability to track and trace product.

CSnx can help you meet and overcome these challenges and has been helping companies similar to yours for over 30 years.

 

Stockless Operations

Based on our experience in implementing non-stocked solutions for many of our customers, Non-Stocked Operations is a thought leadership paper that describes the different types of non-stocked inventory strategies and the options available for managing these operationally. It also highlights the features that you should look for in a WMS to ensure you can excel […]

SHD Logistics Conference October 2020

Themed Transforming Logistics Through Technology, this year’s SHD Logistics Digital Conference was designed to help logistics professionals stay up-to-speed with the latest trends taking place across the supply chain industry and learn about new disruptive technologies. At this brand-new virtual experience, delegates benefited from a suite of interactive features such as videos, live chat and […]