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Norwegian Logistics hjelper deg å vurdere og forbedre ditt lagerhold – Spar 10-25% i årlige kostnader!

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En omfattende undersøkelse viser at norske handelsbedrifter gjennomsnittlig har logistikkostnader tilsvarende ca. 16 % av sin omsetning. Kostnadene knyttet til lagerhold utgjør en stor del av denne kostnadsmassen.

Uansett hvilken utviklingsfase din bedrift befinner seg i vil det kunne være store kostnader å spare ved å gjennomgå og “trimme” sin lagerdrift og øvrige logistikkjede.

Vi i Norwegian Logistics AS har siden etableringen i år 2000 hjulpet våre kunder å spare slike kostnader.

https://norwegianlogistics.no/om-oss/

 

SPAR 10 – 25 PROSENT I ÅRLIGE KOSTNADER

Normalt oppnår våre kunder besparelser på mellom 10 – 25 prosent.

De siste 36 måneder har vi i gjennomsnitt oppnådd nettobesparelser på 18,5 prosent.

 

Kontakt oss for en uforpliktende samtale:

Tor M.Watne, Logistikkrådgiver/Warehousing / 3PL

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Flytte lager til EU?

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Da bör du ta kontakt med VGL Utveckling AB snarest!

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VGL Utveckling AB kan tilby gode lösninger for bedrifter som önsker å vurdere nye lagermuligheter i närhet til E6 ved svenskegrensen (Svinesund/Strömstad/Tanum).

Kontaktdetaljer:

Magne Andersen

VGL Utveckling AB

Mobil: +46 (0) 700 44 1016

Email: magne@tanumshopping.se 

160 påmeldte allerede: Meld deg på Logistikkdagen Sarpsborg 21. mai 2015!

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Gå ikke glipp av 2015s viktigste logistikksamling i Östfold! Påmeldinger strömmer på hver dag. Nedenfor ser du noen av de som er representert den 21/5 i Sarpsborg – Vi har fortsatt plasser igjen, men du bör absolutt sikre deg en plass allerede nå… Vi sees!

ABØ, Adecco Norge, APM Terminals, ASKO ØST, Autonor AS, Borregaard, Bring Cargo, Centiro Solutions, ColliCare Logistics, Columbus, Dasena Agencies, DelEx, DFDS Logistics, DSV AIR & SEA, DSV Road, ECUS AS, ESV Consulting, Europris, Fresenius Kabi Norge, Hevold Shipping, Hoyer Svenska AB, Jernbaneverket, Jøtul, KGH Customs Services, Lager & Industrisystemer, LKW Walter, Logent, Logistikkforeningen.no, Logistikkforeningen.no, Maersk Line, Maersk Norge, Moss Transportforum, Mosseregionens Næringsutvikling, NCM Development, NHO Østfold, Nor Lines, Norsk Land & Sjøtransport, Norske Skog Saugbrugs, Personalhuset Staffing Group, Posten Norge, PostNord, RBI Interiør, Rockwool, Samskip, Schøyen Data, Skeidar Living Group, Trebuchet, Unifeeder Norway, UNIL, Våler kommune, Yilport, Østfold fylkeskommune mfl

Påmeldingslink her:

https://www.linkevent.no/Events/RegForm.aspx?id=ecc5450a-a10b-4f00-a4a9-0ea728a6eaef

NB! Konferansen åpner for registrering kl 08:30!

Stikkord fra det rikholdige programmet:

Konferansier Tommy Steine

TV2 – «Logistikkutfordringer ved store TV-produksjoner»

Nexans – «Når kablene vokser!» Logistiske utfordringer for en av verdens ledende aktører innen høyspente sjøkabler.

Yilport –  ny terminaloperatør i Oslo Havn.

Trebuchet – «Samarbeid i forretningsrelasjoner – en jungel eller en regnskog?» Med erfaringer fra ett norsk vineventyr i Australia.

Kulturelt innslag ved Odd René Andersen.

Utdeling av Logistikk- og Innovasjonsprisen 2015. Fjorårets vinner: Nettbuss / Østfold Fylkeskommune

«SECA – hva betyr svoveldirektivet for sjøtransporten?» Thema Consulting

LKW Walter – «Norske særregler i et internasjonalt perspektiv». Hva betyr nytt regelverk og restriksjoner for biltransporten?

«Nytt sykehus – ny logistikk». Hvordan har man løst de logistiske utfordringene i anledning nytt Sykehus i Østfold?

IKEA Global – «Grønn transport» – Hvordan Ikea arbeider aktivt med forbedringsområder for Ikeas logistikkløsninger.

Eker Design – «Utvikling og innovasjon i verdens dyreste land»

Stand up v/Tommy Steine.        

16.15: Slutt

Påmelding: Gå inn på www.logistikkforeningen.no –  Avdeling Østfold for info, priser og påmeldingslink.

Logistikkevent neste måned: Tommy Steine til Losbykonferansen 2013! (Tirsdag 10/9-2013)

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Du finner bla følgende firma representert på konferansen – flere kommer til:

ASKO Norge, Handelshøyskolen BI, Berendsen Tekstil Service AS, Centiro Solutions, Coca Cola Enterprises, Elektroskandia, Element Logic AS, GPA Flowsystem AS, Hesselberg Truck AS, Hydroscand AS, Leading Edge AS, Locus Logistics AS, Logent Consulting AS, Løvenskjold Handel, Moderne Transport, Moods of Norway, Norsk Lastbærerpool, Optimera AS, Proffice, Shortsea Promotion Centre Norge, PWC Consulting, Strømbergs Plast, Transportnett AS, Vectura AS …og det er fortsatt noen få rom igjen! (Losby Gods har kun 70 rom totalt, vi har leid dem alle for sikkerhets skyld. Førstemann til mølla osv…)

På denne konferansen har vi ett redusert antall utstillere i forhold til våre øvrige konferanser. I skrivende stund er det fortsatt en utstillerplass ledig. Er du interessert i denne, vennligst kontakt vår sponsoransvarlige helge.sundby@proffice.no asap.

Info om program og påmelding finner du her: http://logistikkforeningen.no/index.php?page_id=89&article_id=802

Program i .pdf-format: http://www.logistikkforeningen.no/file.php?id=783

Direktelink til påmeldingsskjema: https://www.linkevent.no/events/RegForm.aspx?id=fbe36e17-6917-495c-9efa-df70b8db6424

Losby Gods ligger i Lørenskog, bare 15 minutter fra Oslo sentrum, og Losbykonferansen er et såkalt «frokost til frokost»-arrangement. (Med andre ord en hel dag med foredrag, nettverksbygging, middag og overnatting. Etter frokost dagen etter er opplegget over og deltagerne kan få en full dag på jobb.)

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Vi avrunder kvelden i kjent stil med både lettbent underholdning og god mat og drikke – Velkommen til Losby!

Med vennlig hilsen

Logistikkforeningen.no, avd Østlandet

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Global Supply Chain Institute Identifies 10 Game Changing Supply Chain Trends

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The study highlights some of the latest trends that companies must consider as they look to the future. By Global Supply Chain Institute

Source: http://www.supplychain247.com/article/ut_identifies_ten_game_changing_supply_chain_trends

 

A recent report from The University of Tennessee has pinpointed ten game-changing supply chain trends that can help companies improve their operations.

The university’s Global Supply Chain Institute researched the topic and identified and tracked the trends. UT supply chain management faculty surveyed 163 supply chain professionals from 132 global companies to develop the list.

As defined by the survey, a game-changing trend is one that greatly impacts a firm’s shareholder value and can be extremely difficult to implement successfully.

“This research confirmed that world-class companies need to revisit these trends on a regular basis to stay abreast in today’s dynamic and rapidly changing environment,” said Paul Dittmann, executive director of UT’s Global Supply Chain Institute. “Companies also must be open to considering new challenges, such as the application of business analytics to big data and cloud-based applications.”

The first annual “Game-Changing Trends in Supply Chain” survey was sponsored by Ernst & Young LLP, a leader in assurance, tax, transaction, and advisory services, and Terra Technology, the leader in demand sensing.

Companies surveyed ranged in size of revenue from $75 million to $500 million. Twenty-seven percent of the participants were retailers, 59 percent were manufacturers, and 14 percent were service providers.

“The study highlights some of the latest trends that companies must consider as they look to the future,” said Brad Newman, principal at Ernst & Young LLP. “While there have been strides made to address such issues as cross-functional integration and collaboration, companies need to be even more diligent about how they leverage new sources of data to address the unique needs and economics of different customer and product segments.”

Download the White Paper: Game-Changing Trends in Supply Chain

The ten trends addressed in the survey are:

1. Customer relationship managementLeading companies are successfully segmenting their products and customers and developing tailored supply chain solutions for each segment. This approach allowed one firm to eliminate nearly half (48 percent) of its inventory while still improving on-shelf availability from 96 percent to nearly 100 percent.

2. Collaborative relationshipsA win-win collaboration between supplier and customer may be rare, but it can produce amazing results. These collaborations should be built on a foundation of common metrics, shared benefits, and trust. OfficeMax collaborated with its supplier Avery Dennison to dramatically increase revenue by more than 22 percent, achieve product availability to more than 99 percent, significantly decrease inventory by 34 percent, and save more than $11 million in logistics costs.

3. Transformational strategyOnly 16 percent of firms have a documented multiyear supply chain strategy, yet developing these strategies can produce spectacular results. Whirlpool used a transformational strategy to deliver record-high service levels while decreasing inventory levels by over $100 million and logistics costs by $20 million.

4. Process integrationOf great concern to supply chain organizations is the functional silos that still exist and disrupt supply chain performance.

“When processes are integrated and silo walls are eliminated, the results can be staggering,” Dittmann said.

One opportunity that can have tremendous impact is integrating purchasing and logistics. Although both functions are traditional supply chain functions, the research confirmed significant payback when these two areas align their objectives and operating plans.

5. Driver-based metricsSimply changing the performance measurement and goal-setting system inside a firm can greatly enhance the overall performance of the supply chain. Procter & Gamble applied this concept and dramatically increased customer service levels, market share, and sales.

6. Information sharing and visibilityFirms are changing the game by sharing and linking together masses of information from multiple sources (also referred to as big data) and interpreting the data using business analytics expertise.

7. Demand managementNo one buys a company’s stock because of the company’s ability to forecast. Yet increasing forecasting accuracy along with integrating the demand and supply functions across the supply chain can drive higher revenue, lower working capital, and decrease costs. Leading companies are leveraging big data and new approaches to better forecast demand.

8. Talent managementTalent management is the number one requirement for transforming a supply chain. Critical competencies in hiring top supply chain talent include global orientation, leadership and business skills, and technical savvy.

9. Virtual integrationOne of the fundamentals of a great supply chain is for a company to stick to what it does well—its core competencies—and leave the rest to world-class service providers. When outsourcing, firms should create a win-win vested outsourcing framework with its service providers.

10. Value-based managementSupply chain excellence is the key to creating shareholder value. On average, the supply chain controls 100 percent of the inventory, manages 60 to 70 percent of cost of goods sold, and provides the foundation to generate revenue by delivering outstanding availability.

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Logistikkforeningen: «Losbykonferansen 2013» – Programmet er klart! (10/9-2013)

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Sett av 10/9-2013:

<div style=»margin-bottom:5px»> <strong> <a href=»http://www.slideshare.net/CatoHoberg/losbykonferansen-2013&#8243; title=»Losbykonferansen 2013″ target=»_blank»>Losbykonferansen 2013</a> </strong> from <strong><a href=»http://www.slideshare.net/CatoHoberg&raquo; target=»_blank»>Cato Hoberg</a></strong> </div>

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Cato Hoberg: «…En ekte nerd»

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