LOGISTICS

Saving management

Logistics is generally the detailed organization and implementation of a complex operation. In a general business sense, logistics is the management of the flow of things between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet requirements of customers or corporations. The resources managed in logistics may include tangible goods such as materials, equipment, and supplies, as well as food and other consumable items. The logistics of physical items usually involves the integration of information flow, materials handling, production, packaging, inventory, transportation, warehousing, and often security.

Basmart Health implements logistics and supply chain management in a flexible manner​

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Logistics Components

The management of logistics can involve some or all of the following business functions, including:

  1. Inbound transportation.
  2. Outbound transportation.
  3. Fleet management.
  4. Warehousing.
  5. Materials handling.
  6. Order fulfillment.
  7. Inventory management.
  8. Demand planning.

The more efficiently raw materials can be purchased, transported, and stored until used, the more profitable the business can be.

SUPPLY CHAIN

Basmart's supply chain planning ( BSCP)

Basmart‘ supply chain planning (BSCP) is the forward-looking process of coordinating assets to optimize the delivery of goods, services and information from supplier to customer, balancing supply and demand. BSCP suite sits on top of a transactional system to provide planning, what-if scenario analysis capabilities and real-time demand commitments, considering constraints. Typical modules include:

  1. Available/capable to promise.
  2. Sales and operations planning/integrated business planning.
  3. Collaborative planning (including forecasting and replenishment).
  4. Vendor-managed inventory/direct point of sale.
  5. Event planning (promotion, life cycle).
  6. Demand planning.
  7. Inventory planning.
  8. Production/factory planning and scheduling.
  9. Distribution planning.
  10. Strategic network design.
  11. Inventory strategy optimization (simultaneous, multitiered).
  12. Supply planning.
  13. Production/multiplant capacity planning (master production scheduling, rough-cut capacity planning). 

We support the implementation of centralized Purchasing & Consolidated Purchase Orders.