SuperLogix specializes in efficient contract logistics services that cover the entire supply chain – from warehousing and distribution to fully integrated logistics solutions. We are carrier independent and strive to continuously create value for our customers by improving operations and reducing cost.
Our services are focused on:
- Retail logistics – for manufacturers and suppliers to the retail trade
- Consumer logistics – for e-commerce and mail order
- Industrial logistics – for industrial manufacturing and spare parts management
Within each area we have extensive experience that we combine in a cross functional way to further improve our and our customers’ performance
Logistical operations are an area which very sensitively reflects the dynamism of our era. If the world functioned the same way every day or if it was at least predictable, then a map, a piece of paper, a pen and a calculator would be probably sufficient for the logistics planning. But new customer requirements and suppliers’ offers, the environment and the people constantly change our world. Managing the logistics under these conditions is the condition of survival. You will win if you master it, that is if you have everything in the right place in the right time and, moreover, you know about it.
That is why logistics requires highly sophisticated systems able to collect, give out and process a great amount of information.
Operational Logistics concentrates on processes and information systems in the following areas
Monitoring and collection of data about the logistical network and transported objects – from devices offering basic information about identity and condition (barcodes, RFID, GPS…) and the transport of this data to their feed into relational databases and data warehouses.
Displaying of relevant data in dispatching sites, detection and alarms on exceptional events.
Modeling and optimization of transport operations, calculation and planning of ideal routes and continuous updating according to new conditions and requirements.Tactical resource planning – technology and human resources according to expected network loads.