Diagnose Before Prescription: Achieving Supply Chain Excellence Starts with Assessment

A national manufacturer of air filtration products with five distribution facilities was unaware of the most optimal origin points for shipments within its network. Without access to business intelligence and analysis detailing an optimum combination of mode, rate structure, and transit time, the manufacturer was unable to quantify the potential rate savings and improved customer service that it could achieve by sourcing product from the most ideal location within its network of facilities.