Critical Production Support

In today’s global marketplace modern supply chains are more dependent than ever on a diverse network of extended trading partners.  To compete, you must be able to effectively adapt to the ever-changing needs of your customers, potential natural disasters, socio-economic and geopolitical shifts that can adversely impact supply continuity – in a word, volatility.

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Material Cost Reduction

With increasingly sophisticated supply chain planning tools and methodologies, leading technology companies continue to evolve their manufacturing models in an effort to maintain and improve profitability. OEM and EMS companies alike face ever-increasing pressures for incremental revenue growth in the wake of continually rising costs throughout the supply chain from raw materials to transportation; all contributing to shrinking margins and lackluster bottom line performance.

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Last Time Buy Services

When facing a Last Time Buy as part of PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) services, manufacturers are usually forced into procuring material in support of their customer’s legacy product requirements significantly above acceptable or desired on-hand inventory levels. This can mean appropriating substantial working capital to secure stock, incurring cost of money expense, and allocating time/resources to manage movement of goods, warehousing and storage.

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