Anyone can store inventory and send it out on a truck. When looking to outsource all or part of a company’s logistics function it is important to look for a third party logistics provider with proven expertise. To put it simply, third party logistics or “3PL” is the integration of a company warehousing, transportation, and related logistics services through an outsourced or “third party” partnership. NWCC provides its clients with powerful logistics solutions involving people, technology and location working together to provide integrated, full service supply chain management.
With comprehensive 3PL services, supply chain efficiency, customer satisfaction and brand value growth come together to benefit you. When NWCC effectively bridges the gap between your goods and your customers, we call it “The Triple Win.”
NWCC specializes in crafting efficient and cost effective logistics solutions customized to client’s specific needs. This allows you to focus on core competencies and receive a logistical advantage over the competition through the use of professional third party logistics services.
End-to-End Supply Chain Management
When it comes to delivering the right product in the right quantity and quality, at the right time and at an attractive price for consumers, retailers and manufacturers alike face an enormous challenge. They can only succeed by working closely together.
NWCC applies an innovative approach that considers both the market perspective and logistics costs. In it, we systematically examine logistics costs along the entire value chain process costs, the cost of stock-outs and write-downs and the cost of tying up capital in inventory.
We then quantify the relevant drivers and optimisethem, using this as a basis to derive new strategies for delivery routes. The result is a tool for successful E2E optimization of retail logistics.
It gives quick answers to the critical logistics questions faced by every retailer:
What is the total cost of my supply chain?
What delivery route is best for each supplier?
How much warehouse space do I need?
How much potential lies in having less write-downs, fewer stock-outs and less inventory?
The E2E approach describes the relationships between internal store processes and supply processes, quantifies them and makes them a basis for further decisions. For the sake of clarity, we divide the functions into three sub-models:
Warehouse/ distribution costs, store KPIs, and store processes. We can use the overall model to calculate the exact costs for each supplier, store and product group, right down to the level of individual articles in a consignment.
In-plant logistics covers movements within the manufacturing plant of raw materials, components and sub-assemblies, either to or from stocking points or line-sides, for turning into finished goods, as well as bringing finished products out to the factory gate. NWCC can support your team, or even be your team, by handling such tasks as labour management with right IR practices to avoid disruptions in production and maintainquality.
NWCC In-plant services help you cut costs, increase productivity, and get the best out of your most valuable resource, your people. NWCC believes that all processes in the plant should be considered holistically and integrated with external logistics systems. To avoid the tendency to shift costs from one area to another, we analyse the complete system, including how the plant interfaces with inbound to manufacturing and outbound logistics.
NWCC has the distinction of handling supply chain management in MNC factory to effectively achieve reduced labor costs, improved profits and customer satisfaction. Theseactivities involves handling, unloading, unpacking, issuing of materials, stacking, shifting to assembly for production line, handling packing line, loading of material, and warehouse management. The job is performed by a team of skilled professionals in the factory premises, handling more than 1000 article codes of products.
NWCC is dedicated to achieving the highest level of operating safety on your site. We invest substantial time building consistent processes and training to achieve our goal of zero recordable incidents.
- Design and layout of production facilities for optimum materials flow
- Design and implementation of storage and handling systems
- Design and commissioning of IT/visibility systems
- Storage and distribution
- Line-side feeding
- Yard management
- Returnable asset management
- Sample packing and shipping
- Transportation scheduling and dispatch
- Introduction of best-in-class logistics processes and procedures into the factory environment.