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Right Part in the Right Amount — always!

To gain a competitive edge in today’s marketplace, manufacturing and distribution companies need to have an efficient and effective inventory management strategy. When left without a defined approach, inventory can quickly change from a company asset to a growing liability.

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Inventory Drivers

Understanding all the processes and business systems that go into driving your inventory levels is the first step in evaluating if you have a healthy inventory management program.

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Setting Replenishment Levels

When set properly, replenishment levels will give you the buffer you need to protect you from variability without leading to excess inventory. The right formula and a regular review will lead to improved inventory turns.

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Kanban Deployment

Understanding the benefits of deploying your inventory at point of use through a Kanban system, and how to align your business systems with this approach, is part of an efficient operations strategy.

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Identify Slow Moving Inventory

Determining what inventory has been sitting on the shelf for too long and what you may have in excess is a key component of improving your inventory stance.

Customer Stories
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Since going live, we have seen significant reduction in inventory while increasing throughput as a result of better utilization of our resources.

Jim Adams, Controller