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Process Development

Operations design

Selecting and sequencing activities in order to streamline the flow of materials and goods. This is achieved through innovation, best practice design, and simulations.

Operations enhancement

Introducing optimisations to existing operations with simple process, incentive and WMS changes, or by introducing new equipment and technologies.

Product slotting and profile design

Positioning goods intelligently within a distribution centre to reduce stock movement, reduce effort, and ensure store friendliness. Slotting models also output optimised slot types for picking and reserves.

Standard operation procedure (SOP) development

Developing concise operational handbooks to regulate operations as they were intended.

Ergonomics

Optimising workspaces to reduce fatigue and stress on the body resulting in higher productivity.

Assessments and time studies

Auditing and process mapping

Operations and warehouse management systems (WMS) functional process audits to define as-is processes to understand areas for improvement. 

Labour incentive program development

Developing an engineered workforce incentive foundation that is fair, increases motivation, and reduces staff turnover.

Time and motion studies

Measuring and analysing productivity by capturing times for each activity in a process. Outputs can be used for operational benchmarking, and as inputs for labour incentive programs.

Activity based costing

Understanding the cost of each task or junction within a supply chain to recognise the real value-add of processes and evaluate them against industry standards.