Supply Chain Consulting

Supply Chain Consultants that add lasting value to your business.

 Our Supply Chain Consultants: 

  • Are results focused with a data-first approach to finding the right solutions for your business.
  • Bring the latest in best practice and strategies from years of experience working across a variety of industries. 
  • Will work with you to achieve improvements across your entire supply chain.
Supply Chain Consulting

We work to reduce costs, improve performance, and help you make those all-important strategic supply chain decisions.

The value of a supply chain expert.

A great consultant can have a significant impact on your business’s bottom line.  

We work closely with you to reduce costs, increase revenue and help you make those important strategic supply chain decisions. Our team will help you build resilience against future risks and become even more agile in the face of evolving customer expectations.

Every business has its own unique set of challenges. That’s why we employ a range of techniques and build bespoke tools to allow you to answer your specific strategic and tactical questions.

We cover all elements of the supply chain across operations, warehouse, and logistics. From where to focus improvement efforts to testing the impact of future scenarios. Our work delivers maximum value with minimum day-to-day disruption.

Previous challenges we’ve helped with include:

  • Reducing transport costs with network design techniques,
  • Identifying the most significant cost drivers throughout the supply chain and outlining process improvements,
  • Understanding the return on potential investments using cost-benefit analysis

By building powerful tools that are easy to use, we strive to empower your business, ensuring that our recommendations can be successfully implemented and fit your wider business strategy. 

Bringing a wealth of diverse experience, from eCommerce to healthcare, start-ups to FTSE-100s, our supply chain expertise combines the latest strategic insights from across industries, with the step-change power of data analysis and modelling to produce big results. 

How we can help

Growth Strategy

A growth strategy plans to create sustainable, long-term growth and capture a significant share of the market.

Demand Planning

Demand forecasting is a critical business requirement to support a range of business functions, including logistics, production and finance.

Business Intelligence

From business data to business insight. Business intelligence aims to interpret large datasets and present actionable information.

Statistical Analysis

Statistical analysis encompasses the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data.

The changing supply chain.

The evolution of the supply chain industry continues at a rapid pace.

Growing globalisation has improved the cost of transport and the ease of communication between countries. However, this ‘global network of supply’ has created its own set of risks and challenges. Meanwhile, digital disruption and emerging technologies have redefined many industries and shifted the status quo. 

Yet, far from creating stability, these advances have caused customer expectations to become even more complex and demanding. More than ever it is necessary for businesses to adapt and invest in their supply chain processes. Not only to meet the requirements of their customers but to stay competitive in tighter markets. 

The importance of a supply chain strategy.

For your supply chain to compete, particularly in the world of e-commerce, you must leverage your core competencies.

Strategies should be made for all elements of the supply chain and their extended capabilities, along with an implementation, execution, and performance monitoring plan. 

A strategy enables supply chains to adapt appropriately in this era of technological advancement, ensuring transformations remain aligned to the wider business goals. Performance measures and metrics that should be regularly monitored will fall out of the analysis of the critical business question. 

At Trym, our consultants are trained to help you understand, identify improvements, and strategize for growth. Our mission is to offer you a bespoke service that will save you time, money, and hassle. 


Growth Forecasting for a National Pharmacy

Optimising E-commerce Returns for a Global Fashion Retailer

A digital approach to the future.

Exploring data is a great way to identify those critical opportunities to improve efficiencies and reduce costs. 

Warehouse Management Systems (WMS), e-commerce platforms, and transport planning technology (to name a few) collect a wealth of data during their operation, which can be mined for valuable insights.

For planning, predictive analytics is used to find patterns within historic customer orders to forecast future requirements. One of the many benefits of this exercise is improved inventory availability, as well as lower stock holdings.

By presenting a high-level overview of your entire supply chain, a consultant can help you to identify the priority areas of improvement. The best digital supply chain transformation projects are guided by this data and insight, designing solutions that are fit for the future.

Further digital opportunities, such as robotics, AI and automation will continue to have larger roles to play in staying one step ahead of the competition in offering low prices and best-in-class customer service. 

We leave you with the tools and knowledge to continue improving when we are gone.

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    We are independent supply chain and warehouse consultants who specialise in data analysis, leading strategy, and bringing a fresh perspective to your supply chain challenges.

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