Supply chain consulting
Simco is one of the most important Italian consulting and training companies in the Logistic field. Since 1981, when it was established, it has been developing over 2.000 projects for more than 500 Customers of different sizes and sectors.
Our mission consists in combining skills and technologies to analyze and improve processes, motivate and qualify Human Resources in order to control and develop the company overall performances. Logistics plays a strategic role in ensuring company competitiveness: an essential value in which every action must be governed by a careful and solid organizational strategy.
Logistics consultancy becomes essential to manage the complexity of company operating processes and to ensure the right level of customer service; it’s important to choose how to organize the warehouse, what level of automation to introduce, whether or not outsourching logistics, and other issues of great relevance such as the stock level and how to organize the distribution network.
Our mission is to combine skills and technologies, analyze and improve logistics processes, motivate and qualify Human Resources in order to control and develop the company's overall performance.
Our method does not supply standard solutions but rather offers a customized approach, tailored on the real needs of the Customer and inspired by reality and innovation. Special attention has been devoted to the use of advanced tools in order to have the project results certified by complex analyses. For more than 20 years Simco has been using the dynamic simulation as well as innovatory products for stock assessment, factory layout control, palletizing scheme definition, transport route optimization, project data elaboration, methods time measurement (MTM), and the creation of balance scorecards to monitor KPIs.
Simco can develop a cooperation relation which goes from the definition of improvement and change actions up to the support during implementation, to ease and check the goal achievement.
To describe in detail fields and methods of our intervention we propose the following outline, even though we are convinced that the best results are often obtained by integrating the studies of the different areas:
LOGISTIC TENDER MANAGEMENT