Control of sourcing
Strategy Action Result
Streamline the Front End of Supply Chain
Streamlining is the removal of intermediaries in a supply chain—cutting out the middleman. Instead of going through traditional distribution models, which have various intermediate (such as a distributor, wholesaler, broker or agent) companies may now deal with every customer type directly. One notable benefit is a drop in the cost of servicing customers directly. Consequently, you will increase your margin and you may elect to increase your profitability or provide better margin to market, which will increase your sales volume. Or you could lower your MRSP to provide better product differentiation based on price.
Increase or Develop Drop Shipment Program
Drop Shipping is a supply chain management technique in which the brand or distributor does not keep goods in stock. Instead, customer orders and shipment details are transferred directly to the manufacturer which then ships the goods directly to the customer. Box Solutions has developed Easy Drop Shipment (EDS), a management system with a formidable human presence. EDS provides orders to the manufacturer without disclosing sensitive information, deals with minimum-order quantities, consolidates goods and integrates on-site quality audits and product inspections. With EDS, drop shipment operations remain as flexible as shipping goods from a warehouse closer to home.
Manage and Purchase Sub Components
In sophisticated supply chain systems, brand-name companies control and purchase sub-components to avoid vendor or trading company markups and lessen the chances of sub-component shortages. Box Solutions has developed a system to overcome delays generated by main vendors - you buy directly from sub-vendors and have the option to store the goods in warehouse - keeping costs down, retaining product confidentiality and ensuring that merchandise is delivered as scheduled. Inventory remains flexible in...
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