Logistics planning LOGSOL · TARGET-ORIENTATED COOPERATION IN LOGISTICS PLANNING

Logistics planning

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Michael Borowski and Martin Schöne
Michael Borowski and Martin Schöne Heads of logistics planning
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LOGSOL combines tried-and-tested analytical methods with practice-orientated concepts and innovative ways of thinking. Here, the customer’s objective and vision are of the highest priority.

 

planning process

Workshop - Logistikplanung  Workshop

LOGSOL develops the basis for a project together with the customer within the framework of an initial analysis workshop. In this first work appointment, logistical challenges, corporate developments and the customer’s objectives are considered. Together with the customer, LOGSOL thus examines the potential for a project and defines work packages, targets and milestones.

Analyse Analysis

The analysis phase does not focus just on drawing up facts and figures. Simultaneously, the LOGSOL planning experts acquire a comprehensive process understanding, identify weak points and produce a database for all further planning steps.

Planung - Logistikplanung Planning

Within the planning phase, problem-solving approaches are developed containing various combinations of process, layout, material flow and technology use, taking innovations, best practices and the LOGSOL project experience into account. Economic efficiency and quality are also assessed. Thus, beginning with the strategy, moving on to concept planning and continuing with the detailed planning, the optimal solution for the customer emerges.

Simulation Simulation

If the planned preferred variant is subject to particularly dynamic influences, this variant can be examined, developed and optimised using a simulation study.

Die Implementierung Implementation

Within the implementation phase, LOGSOL not only coordinates the results of the detailed planning with the customer’s various trades or divisions, but also supports the customer in execution, relocation, commissioning and stabilisation of the processes.