Velis has direct expertise and experience in a variety of industries, from developing more efficient consumer packaged goods supply chains, or manufacturing supply chains. And we can apply our knowledge and skills to any business.
We help firms establish consumer packaged goods supply chain distribution networks, optimize inventory and materials, and coordinate with retailers. Our team members have deep-seeded supply chain experience, including creating strategic enhancements to the network design and strategy for Anheuser-Busch.
We performed a transportation optimization to identify opportunities to reduce costs and improve customer service levels.
We recommended additional entry/exit lanes, a second scale, and process changes that would yield a 62 percent reduction in the check-in/check-out duration, greatly enhancing warehouse efficiency.
Using advanced software tools, we performed a network optimization to identify the optimal distribution centers for customer sourcing and evaluate new distribution center locations.
We keep close tabs on supply chain transportation industry trends, improving efficiency and lowering costs via forecasting, volume planning and more. Our expertise spans all modes of transportation from LTL, TL, Intermodal, private fleet and dedicated contract services operations.
We provided transportation optimization services for a multi-state fuel delivery company.
Consumer spending is expected to see rapid and continual growth, and government spending will keep pace. A new emphasis on infrastructure will also greatly expand the need for reliable, informed supply chain management in government.
We supported the Greater Egypt Planning Commission with identifying future freight trends for their five-county region in southern Illinois.
We supported the Champaign County Regional Planning Commission with their first ever regional freight study.
We have experience working with large manufacturing companies, developing reliable manufacturing supply chain networks that improve end-to-end reliability, whether bringing raw materials in, or products out.
We supported US Capital Development with site planning for a 300-acre industrial park located on the site of a former Chrysler assembly plant in Fenton, Missouri.