Developing a Logistics Strategy

What Developing a Logistic Strategy Entails

Briefly, you need to analyze all components of supply chain and operations, looking for the potential for cost benefits and competitive advantage, including customer service requirements. The component areas of a complete Logistics Strategy should include:

  • Vision Development
  • Transportation
  • Outsourcing
  • Logistics Systems
  • Competitors
  • Human Resources
  • Network Design
  • Supply Chain
  • Information
  • Options Analysis
  • Strategy Review
  • Communications


To learn more about why having a logistics strategy is key for the success of your company, review our related articles, Developing a Logistics Strategy and Advanced Logistics and Supply Chain Systems – A Draft Plan for the Multi-national Corporation.

To learn more about how your firm can benefit from Developing a Logistics Strategy, just ASK and we’ll be happy to help you start down the road to making your logistics network perform at the lowest cost possible to meet your required customer service levels.

Jeff Ashcroft

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