Logistics, Transport & Distribution

Logistics, Transport & Distribution

BSI Serves A Wide Variety Of Logistics, Transport & Distribution Stakeholders:

  • Automotive OEMs

  • Freight Carriers

  • Transit Systems

  • Battery Manufacturers (lithium ion, flow batteries, and fuel cells)

  • Electronic and Electrical Equipment Suppliers

  • Software, Controllers, Sensors, Relays, etc.

  • Component Technology Developers and Suppliers

  • Contract Manufacturing and Assembly Operations

  • Others

STRATEGIC PLANNING

  • Business Strategy
  • Services Supply Chain Strategy Formulation
  • Market Segmentation and Positioning
  • Operations Planning

DEMAND AND CAPACITY PLANNING

  • Global Network Planning
  • Global Sourcing and Outsourcing
  • Budgeting and Performance Measurement

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

  • Sourcing and Contracting
  • Logistics and Transportation Management
  • Technology Selection and Implementation

TRAINING & SKILL BUILDING

  • Organizing for Supply Chain Management
  • Supply Chain Training
  • The Supply Chain Game

OPTIMIZATION MODELING

  • Inventory management
  • Transportation routing
  • Supply risk

CUSTOM METRICS & BENCHMARKS

  • Cost benchmarks
  • Pricing Strategies
  • Strategic Sourcing

SYSTEMS SELECTION & INTEGRATION

  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • Computer-Aided Design And Manufacturing (CAD/CAM)
  • Network Design
  • Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)
  • Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS)

 

  • Warehouse Management System (WMS)
  • Transportation Management System (TMS)
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
  • Product Life-Cycle Management (PLM)

CASE STUDY:

  • Industry: Active Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries
  • Key Challenge: Limited fact basis for sales and marketing planning
  • Why BSI was Selected: Deep understanding of OEM requirements; expertise in commercial studies for technical products including batteries
  • Project Scope: Global Li-Ion battery component value chains for Electric Vehicles, Consumer Electronics, Energy Storage, and Specialty Applications
  • Project Approach: Market size, technology penetration analysis, gap analysis, definition & evaluation of strategic options; implementation planning
  • Operational Benefits: Appropriate resources allocated to R&D and sales
  • Financial Benefits: Up to $1 billion of potential market identified and quantified by chemistry, market sub-segment, and year

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