We offer more than just third party logistics
NWCC creates innovative logistic solutions for it customer. We provide an integrated operation with warehousing, distribution services, cross-docking, inventory management, packaging, and transportation services that can be tailored to meet the client’s needs.
Our logistical services include the transport, warehousing, and tracking of your assets with great efficiency. Our warehouses are large, spacious, and include all of the logistical telecom amenities necessary for a successful plan.
NWCC is having PAN India presence supported by a strong and committed workforce of over 800 personnel, a fleet of containerized vehicles, state-of-the-art infrastructure that includes Forklifts, Battery operated Stackers, Boom Cranes, Hydraulic scissors, Dock Levelers, Hoist Cranes and all latest MHEs.
NWCC credits itself being one of the organised workforce having fully statutory compliant manpower as per the laws of Land and having its own manual of HR to avoid discrimination in manpower and to cover them also against all risks.
NWCC Group operates a network of over 28 offices in India, with its six lines of business 3rd party logistic, End-to-End Supply Chain Management, In Plant Logistics, Reverse Logistics, Value Added Services & Facility Management, NWCC Group manages its customers Supply Chain by providing end-to-end solutions which are flexible and build to suit are enabled by our eminent strengths.
Nowadays, it is necessary to know precisely about the products and the processes so that supply chains can be optimised. Forward and reverse logistics merge together with intelligent warehousing, inventory management and technical services. Special service levels and reaction times of possibly only hours are crucial to maintaining high and long-term levels of customer satisfaction and retention. Such demands can only be fulfilled by working together with a reliable partner.
NWCC robust logistics resources include:
- Over 200,000 square feet of warehousing capabilities in multiple locations.
- Environmentally conscious recycling.
- Online asset tracking application that is customizable to customers’ requirements.
- Staging facilities and temporary storage.
- Testing facility.
- Spares management.
- Kitting, staging, and JIT shipping.
- Nationwide transportation network.
- Bar coding and scanning capabilities.
- Customised reporting.
- FIFO and LIFO capabilities.
- Serial number and revision level tracking.
- Receiving, put-away, picking and packing of material.
- Inventory cycle counting capabilities.
Cost Optimization is pivotal for successfully running any enterprise. Some of the most common reasons for escalation of costs in the supply chain and what can be done to keep them under control. These watch outs can go a long way in ensuring you keep those dollars in check and do not end up struggling with your budgets as the fiscal year draws to a close.
This is one of the key areas of supply chain management that if not optimised can quickly drive up costs. Procuring and holding too much inventory, securing, counting, moving and tracking it – all these activities can burn a hole in your pocket. Many supply chain solutions help you in figuring out the level of inventory that best meets your needs. Getting this math right is vital for controlling costs. You should also consider working out an arrangement with your supplier so as to ensure supplier lead times are not the reason you are hoarding up inventory. A good partnership with your suppliers and using demand forecasting systems are best practices in this area.
Transportation costs if not kept in check can drive up your cost base. Sometimes controlling these costs are not in your hands – for example cost escalation due to a rise in fuel and labour prices. What you can control are the types of transportation modes you use and how efficiently your transportation services are managed. Last mile deliveries are often the most expensive in the E-commerce space, however, there are ways in which you can optimise them such as partnering with a local transportation provider.
Information technology costs
Nowadays, Supply chain solutions rely heavily on IT systems. These systems not only help you to manage the day to day operations but also serve to predict your future demands thus contributing significantly to overall strategy and growth. However implementing and running IT systems is an expensive task and needs to be managed with an effective IT strategy irrespective of whether you do your own in-house IT or outsource to a third party vendor.
For any cost optimization to be successful you must review your internal supply chain management process and eliminate waste. Holistic Margin Management (HMM) is used by many companies as an important strategy in optimising their supply chain management. This requires identifying and cutting down waste in your existing processes and making efficient and effective use of available resources. HMM savings can be redirected towards other initiatives such as supporting innovation within the enterprise.
If you are serious about controlling costs, then you must have a measurement programme that includes financial metrics and key performance indicators. All these best practices can greatly improve the efficiency of your supply chain solutions.
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