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Logistics Engineering
Our experienced professionals provide the technical ability to evaluate your logistics network and develop and implement more efficient and cost-effective solutions.

Our services include:
  • Rate and Cost Analysis
  • Customized Performance Reporting
  • Benchmarking and Market Intelligence Gathering
  • Distribution Pattern Evaluation
  • Process Analysis and Engineering
  • Project Management and Implementation
Transportation Modeling
The i2® software suite is used to perform comprehensive logistics engineering analysis, providing you with the information you need to better manage your transportation dollars.
  • Selects the most cost-effective mode while meeting or exceeding delivery requirements.
  • Allows for the creation of truckloads from consolidated LTL shipments delivered on multi-stop routes or by utilizing zone skipping techniques and a network of cross-dock facilities.
  • Provides visibility to continuous moves and backhaul opportunities.
  • Evaluates the impact of ship and/or delivery date flexibility.
Network Design
Whether evaluating the proper number and location of warehouses, or developing a hub and spoke transportation network, we employ sophisticated supply chain engineering technology and methodologies to develop the most effective solution for your needs today, and into the future. Key network evaluations include:
  • Product Flows
  • From Plant to Distribution Center to Customer
  • Supply and Demand Changes
  • Customer Demand
  • Seasonality
  • Production Capacity Changes or Constraints
  • Network Links and Nodes
  • Plant or Warehouse Additions or Relocations
  • Hub and Spoke Distribution
  • Product To Customer Reassignments
  • Inventory Management
  • Safety Stock Levels