Client Success Stories
Healthcare company finds significant budget savings after consolidation and retrofit of distribution operations.
Tompkins conducted a market evaluation for a private equity firm that was looking to invest in new technology. Since the client moved forward with the investment, nearly two-thirds of supply chain leaders now utilize this new technology.
This power tool manufacturer needed to analyze its existing distribution network in order to lower costs and improve service levels to dealers.
After transitioning most of its sourcing to Asia, this automotive products company found itself lacking in strategy. Find out how Tompkins helped this leading brand not only develop a smart Asian logistics and sourcing strategy, but also a detailed roadmap for implementation.
As a rising leader in the e-commerce industry, this company was in critical need of a comprehensive network analysis and distribution plan in order to keep up with its surging demand.
A global retail company was experiencing a growth in sales through its multichannel operations. This surge was limiting visibility of its inventory. The company needed a strategic plan that would fully support its inventory visibility and cross-channel business.
After recently investing in two specialty electrical retailing companies, a private equity group wanted to know if it could combine both companies’ operations into a single network. It wanted to analyze the distribution processes, facilities, and network to see if the consolidation would be a plausible solution.
A manufacturer in the home construction industry was moving toward a job-specific product sales and delivery model. In order to best implement the new program, it needed to identify savings, assess processes and technology in use, and develop a plan for nationalizing the new model.
Cosmetic Product Company Conducts Analysis of Its DC to Consolidate Operations
A coffee company with high store growth was introducing several new products and categories. In order to improve service and savings, the company needed to lower its incidence of less-than-truckload (LTL) freight.