Supply Chain Engineering
Intelligent and integrated supply chains can allow your business to reduce costs, increase revenue and ultimately increase shareholder and customer value.
Do you know what is happening in your supply chain right now? In our current economy, supply chains cannot risk to exist without a strong data driven foundation. Being able to respond to internal and external influencers “in-time” could make all the difference in the long run.
At Fourier-E we assist our clients to create data rich environments which put the decision-making power in the correct stakeholder’s hand. We design, simulate and optimise supply chains across all industries. We also specialise in facility design, CAPEX roadmap development and process digitalisation for manufacturing operations.
Our end-to-end supply chain engineering offering stretches across various industries and business sectors:
Future proof your manufacturing operations through benchmarking, improving, automating and tracking all activities and processes. We also provide CAPEX decision support, facility design and continuous improvement services and extensive manufacturing business intelligence to provide end-to-end visibility of your operation.
Distribution & Logistics
We plan, manage and improve all distribution and logistics related activities. We can provide end-to-end visibility of your supply chain, including the benchmarking and improvement of your warehouse and distribution centre operations.
Network Modelling, Design & Optimisation
The importance of an integrated supply chain that leverage of networks has never been more important. We can model your supply chain network to identify your blind spots, improvement opportunities and ultimately design your ideal future state.
Forecasting & Inventory Planning
We make use of LLamasoft – Optimiza, a supply chain planning software package that is used by companies world-wide to maximise service levels, increase customer loyalty and protect margins.
Fourier improves the capability maturity of procurement functions to systematically reduce organisational risk, increase supply quality and overall procurement cost.
Sales and Operations Plan
Reduce the amount of inventory in your supply chain by balancing the supply and demand. Manage your inventory levels to balance your production line output requirements and adapt to seasonal fluctuations.