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Manufacturer of daily necessities

Achieved cost reduction on a global basis by thoroughly improving efficiency using third-party logistics (3PL)

  • At the initial stage of introduction, a 10% reduction in the logistics expenses was achieved and costs continued to reduce after that.
  • The client's workforce was concentrated on the core businesses.
  • Through common KPIs and rules, issues are being shared and in continually improved.
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Electronics manufacturer

Enhancement of sales competitiveness by reorganizing stock points

  • Reviewing the shipping and delivery scheme from Hong Kong to North America.
  • Reduction of logistics costs of US$5 million by reorganizing and increasing stock points.
  • Improving efficiency of the entire system by examining the ocean freight as well.
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Material manufacturer

Promoting operational improvement through in-depth review of the entire supply chain

  • Cost reduction and quality improvement by outsourcing of the logistics function.
  • Operational improvement, such as optimal site allocation based on an algorithm analysis.
  • Effective operation of a PDCA cycle through periodic KPI reporting and information sharing.
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Japanese medical device manufacturer

Eliminated redundant distribution processes, enables great reduction of costs

  • After sterilization, loaded medical equipments directly into warehouses without returning them to the factory.
  • Implemented distribution processing at the warehouse with Medical Device Manufacturer License.
  • Improved inventory accuracy through the introduction of our original medical device management system.
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Japanese pharmaceutical manufacturer

Large stocks of investigational products in several tens of thousands of boxes are stored and shipped free of human error

  • Reduced errors to zero for larger inventories which cannot be controlled by relevant numbers by introducing the voice recognition system
  • Reduced errors to zero thanks to a voice recognition system.
  • Improved the distribution process accordingly.
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Aerospace Industry

Enabling prompt adjustment of the demand-and-supply balance
while exposing inventory information at global sites.

  • A new system concept for centralized management of data at all sites.
  • Quick decision making when a problem occurs thanks to visualizing inventory information.
  • Avoiding risks based on various predictions.
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International home appliance manufacturer

Developing the supply chain management (SCM) system for direct marketing to mass retailers

  • Total consulting from inventory management and system architecture to global SCM
  • Established a direct sales logistics scheme as specified in the business plan
  • Improved efficiency and cost reduction of distribution processing for the Japanese market
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Japanese Tier 1 automotive component manufacturer

Substantial improvement of inventory accuracy through the realization of just-in-time (JIT) delivery linked with the system

  • Establishment of a system directly connecting the production control system with their warehouses
  • JIT delivery eight times a day every 2 hours
  • Introduction of a scanning process of all parts to prevent human error
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Pharmaceutical manufacturer

Building a transport and management system satisfying the severe delivery requirements of US major retailers

  • Managing operations from transport, storage to delivery and improving efficiency
  • Directly connecting the clients' systems with our warehouses, thereby improving the efficiency of incoming and outgoing management
  • Reduced incorrect releases with the help of lot number scanning at the time of incoming and outgoing
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Reduced costs and improve efficiency were achieved by outsourcing the distribution center operations to us.

  • Warehouse space and personnel expenses were converted from fixed to variable costs.
  • This enabled the smooth opening of the first overseas store.
  • We provided the total service from customs clearance to inventory management and delivery.
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Providing a distribution center which can properly perform complicated inventory management operations in China

  • Lack of warehouses which can perform distribution center functions with Japanese quality in China.
  • Providing a distribution center in which the know-how of Japanese inventory management is incorporated.
  • Sufficient consideration for prevention of loss, incorrect release and theft.
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Trading company dealing in miscellaneous goods

Preventing defective products from entering into Japan by conducting inspections which required man-hours and costs

  • Arranging experienced inspection staff at local distribution processing centers
  • Constructing a scheme to ask Japan if it is hard to determine whether there is a defect or not
  • Analyzing defective trends of each lot and submitting a report

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