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Careful planning is the basis for every successful logistics project. This is true in particular for logistics planning, which involves selecting a cost-optimized and customer-specific solution. Ehrhardt + Partner Consulting is familiar with the range of possible uses and applications of all established and new technologies and trends, such as Logistics 4.0. Consultation and planning are always manufacturer-independent and neutral with a view to finding the most economically appropriate solution. For the customer, that means maximum transparency for the individual components of the system – whether material flow, storage technology or the degree of automation.
We explain what master data is and the data you need and provide some tips to set your company on course for functional master data management.
Many factors comes into play when planning a new warehouse. It is important to identify them, to take a holistic view of all the factors and then balance them optimally in the future logistics system. Working with you, we identify the basic requirements for item storage, for the material and process flow in the warehouse, the information flows based on those two flows, and the external and limiting factors.
The most important basis for planning is the quantity structure. This involves taking a careful look at your stock and transaction data.
Once the rough planning and outline of your future warehouse is complete, detailed planning can begin. Detailed planning then involves preparing tender documents and the requirements for your warehouse, transport and IT systems. As an expert and independent partner, we are can coordinate and negotiate with suppliers on your behalf.
As a logistics expert, we work with you from defining your logistics goals to designing the warehouse.
Target work sequences, processes and material flows
Choice and assignment of logistics technology
Key figure-based dimensioning of the system
Investment and operating cost estimate, as well as approximate scheduling
Qualitative and quantitative evaluation of the concept variants
Recommendation of the preferred variant
Planning a new finished goods warehouse
Brief: Space and capacity planning of a finished goods warehouse for paints in Germany
Result: Reduction of storage and logistics space by 40% compared to original planning and creation of 15% more storage capacity. Total saving of 2 million Euros in construction costs.
Planning a new distribution centre for a leading food retailer in Dubai
Brief: Planning a distribution centre to supply 50 of the company's branches and integration of online retail
Result: 7 years (calculated) amortization period and 15% ROI (Return on Investment)
Planning a new logistics concept for a leading winery in Germany
Brief: Planning a new fully automatic high-bay warehouse with fully automatic production supply and disposal by automated guided vehicles
Result: Approx. 850,000 Euros in savings on operational logistics costs per year
Planning a new multi-channel 15,000 m² logistics center
Planning a fully automatic high-bay warehouse and automated guided vehicle for 31,000 spaces
Planning a new central 25,000 m² warehouse to supply more than 2,000 patients
Planning and implementing a new 10,000 m² central warehouse with high-performance automation