Supply Chain Management Insights
Supply Chain Capability Check
Private equity investments require a quick and profound company valuation. The Supply Chain Capability Check is used on the one hand for risk assessment during the due diligence phase and on the other hand to increase the profitability of portfolio companies.
The challenges of global supply chains – case study of an international construction machinery manufacturer
Complex supply chains are currently dominating the global economy. Not merely the path of raw materials through the various processing stages to the final product, but distribution, finance, production, and suitably trained personnel influence supply chains. The interconnectedness of these elements is typically no longer transparently traceable, and a comprehensive evaluation is required to gain a profound understanding of individual supply chains.learn more
Supply chain clustering as a prerequisite for high service levels and cost efficiency
In a one-size-fits-all approach, there is no differentiation of customers or products. However, appropriate clustering using the appropriate technologies leads to a cost-efficient supply chain with suitable stock availability and high service levels.learn more
Global Supply Chains in transition - Is regionalisation coming?
Global crises will continue to stress supply chains in the future. Due to cyberattacks, natural disasters or the European supply chain law - companies are striving for a resilient supply chain. Considerations such as reshoring, nearshoring or sustainability, and thus indispensably the digital supply chain, play a major role.
Using artificial intelligence to crisis-proof supply chains
The smallest disruption tends to have a domino effect on the supply chain and leads to massive losses. Artificial intelligence (AI) helps to increase transparency and avoid errors. This article deals with the application areas of AI and possible pitfalls in selection and integration.
Circular Economy changes the supply chain
Supply chain management, originally characterised by a linear flow of materials, will be oriented towards a circular system. The circular economy requires new product designs, consideration in business models, and the development of adapted logistics processes.
Profitable use of Forecast Services
The outsourcing of sales planning is becoming more and more important. Performance improvement through Forecast as a Service (FaaS) enables the use of state-of-the-art expertise and comprehensive competencies in supply chain processes. Companies can use FaaS to align their sales planning strategically and profitably.learn more
End-to-end Supply Chain Visibility or the end of fragmented supply chains
The integration of end-to-end (E2E) supply chain visibility technologies enables supply chains to be made transparent. By networking individual companies, precise information on stocks, orders and deliveries can be exchanged and evaluated. TenglerGluttig offers a proven and efficient approach for the implementation of an E2E Supply Chain Visibility.
Network Analysis: Improved customer service and reduced inventory through optimised networks
TenglerGluttig worked with one of its forward-thinking client in the analysis and segmentation of the supply chain to implement a new efficient and sustainable network. The selection of the future logistics service providers as well as the optimisation of planning were parts of the joint project.learn more
Success factor resilient supply chain
Companies with resilient supply chains can proactively manage disruptions.
Learn how to design your supply chain to ensure security of supply even in crisis situations.
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Digital Supply Chain Trends
The efficient use of supply chain planning software is crucial for competition.
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Sustainable added value through Integrated Business Planning (IBP)
Successful digital transformation using the SAP IBP solution - A TenglerGluttig progress report
Vendor Managed Inventory: Maximum service level through supplier driven inventory management
TenglerGluttig partners increasingly rely on Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI). Supplier-controlled inventory management significantly increases performance in the supply chain. The supplier works with current forecasting data and enables the on-time supply with VMI articles. One such satisfied TenglerGluttig-partner is Hamburger Containerboard.learn more
Strategic forecasting and segmentation as a prerequisite for a resilient supply chain
TenglerGluttig worked with a construction industry client in the strategic orientation of its forecasting concept. The project scope included the segmentation of customer services and products, as well as the selection of an appropriate planning tool for operational business planning. In addition to inventory optimisation, the TenglerGlutting Supply Chain Minds team supported the planning of a fully automated central warehouse.