The management consultancy that builds distinctive, high-value supply chains for critical materials and components.

  • Supply chain strategy

  • International sourcing, production and logistics

  • Digital supply chains

  • Decarbonized supply chains

The brand that represents 25 years of successful engagements around the world.

  • Founded in 1998

  • 1,000 impactful client engagements

  • 400+ publications and patents

  • Worldwide presence

Our History

1998-2003: Planning Supply Chains for Megaprojects

1998-2003: Planning Supply Chains for Megaprojects

During the early years, BSI developed extensive intellectual capital, including hundreds of articles and presentations on strategic procurement issues, laying a firm foundation for the consulting practice.

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2004: Hiring the Brightest Talent (Harvard, MIT, Wharton, etc.)

2004: Hiring the Brightest Talent (Harvard, MIT, Wharton, etc.)

BSI hired a multicultural blend of top talent from Boston University (where our founder taught), MIT, Harvard, IIT, and other top business and engineering schools to ensure a solid project delivery capability.

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2005: Advising on Strategic and Policy Decisions

2005: Advising on Strategic and Policy Decisions

Based on a solid and extensive body of knowledge for addressing strategic challenges, BSI developed strong relationships with multinational companies such as BP and Georgia Pacific, and government policy-makers such as the US Department of Transportation, and the New York City Housing Authority.

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2006: Breaking Through Supply Chain Barriers

2006: Breaking Through Supply Chain Barriers

BSI executed high-visibility supply chain and procurement projects for Cabot Corporation, Vale, Charles River Laboratories, the Saudi Arabian oil company (Saudi Aramco), and other industry leaders.

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2007: Expanding to Europe and the Middle East

2007: Expanding to Europe and the Middle East

BSI established an office in Dubai to serve the MENA region.

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2008-2009: Defining Supply Chain Strategy and Management

2008-2009: Defining Supply Chain Strategy and Management

We wrote the book Guide to Supply Chain Management for The Economist, the British magazine, and as the firm’s treatment of supply chain management was uniquely strategic and engagements increasingly came from the boardroom, BSI changed its name from Boston Logistics Group to Boston Strategies International.

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2010: Partnering for Growth

2010: Partnering for Growth

Anticipating the need for its services in countries with a growing need for energy, BSI established strategic partnerships in China, Colombia, India, Iraq, Nigeria, Russia, and the GCC (Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE).

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2011: Writing the Book on Energy Supply Chain Optimization

2011: Writing the Book on Energy Supply Chain Optimization

BSI documented its deep expertise in oil, gas and power supply chains in Effective Supply Chain Management in Oil, Gas, and Power, for PennWell, the world’s leading energy industry publisher.

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2012-13: Expanding to Asia and Latin America

2012-13: Expanding to Asia and Latin America

During 2013 BSI sold and executed consulting engagements for gas, oil, and power companies together with our global partners in Columbia, Russia, Nigeria, China, the UK, and elsewhere.

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2014-17: Defining Best Supply Chain Practices & Procedures

2014-17: Defining Best Supply Chain Practices & Procedures

Recognizing the company’s strong brand and marketplace positioning, brand-name customers increasingly engaged BSI to represent their supply chain interests on issues hitting the front-page news.

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Supporting the Transition to Clean Energy Throughout Supply Chains

Supporting the Transition to Clean Energy Throughout Supply Chains

To complement our thoroughly-researched book Reinventing the Energy Value Chain, Boston Strategies International harnessed its technical strengths to support the development of REVchain LLC, a platform that gives investors, analysts and project managers the information they need to build net-zero supply chains.

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