Load Optimization

In supply chain management, identifying the weakest link in the chain immediately and eliminating the weakness is critical for logistics performance.

Logistics speed will also increase the efficiency of logistics operations by optimizing the loading capacity. In logistics processes, transportation is one of the most important items in terms of cost. For this reason, minimizing the empty load rate of the vehicles used in transportation will make a significant contribution to reducing logistics costs. It is important to benefit from decision support systems in vehicle and cargo suitability planning in logistics planning. With load optimization, improvements are achieved in the operations that cause loss of time and cost in the operational sense, which are stated below in the planning process.

Creating load plans

Shipping time

Team coordination

Lost time and energy

Additional labor cost

Product deformation

Route Optimization

Route optimization is a system that allows determining all planned points for the positions a vehicle will make with various algorithms, creating the most appropriate route in line with the determined criteria, and making costing as a result of knowing the km to be made by the vehicle on the route created.

Personnel, vehicle etc. Allows efficient use of resources

Fuel costs, one of the biggest cost items for companies, are reduced.

Increases productivity by saving time

On-time deliveries provide high customer satisfaction

Warehouse Optimization

Warehouse optimization is the system in which warehouse workflows such as efficient use of the existing workforce in the warehouse, correct placement of product stocks in the warehouse, improvement of product demand planning, etc. are optimized within the scope of supply chain management. Warehouse optimization provides advantages in operational activities in the following areas.

Optimum inventory turnover

Evaluation of idle areas in the warehouse

Reducing production and distribution costs

Efficient use of existing machinery, equipment and worker capacity

Optimum planning of purchasing, production and dispatch

Optimization Results

In today's competitive business world, learning, planning and implementing change is seen as the most important priority for the long-term survival and success of a business. For this reason, businesses have to measure their operational performances and improve their operational processes within the framework of the idea of continuous improvement. Optimizations will accelerate the decision-making, goal setting, planning and control processes of managers, as they will clarify the future plans of the enterprise.