The current, increasingly competitive economic scenario requires businesses to have the ability to react quickly to economic changes and to reorganize their own structures to promptly respond to the constantly new market requests.
Knowing how to govern, manage and anticipate processes of change reactively and positively is the Supply Chain Management's main challenge and this is why logistics has taken on such as decisive, strategic role in recent years, contributing to optimizing item and information flows inside and outside the company and thus contributing to the profitability of the entire company process.
Logistics also play another fundamental role, that of guaranteeing the right balance between market demand and product supply, thanks to process accuracy, which ranges from forecasting to procurement of direct materials.
Today, in fact, companies must ensure the right size of production in order to avoid missing opportunities, while having on one hand to address fragmented orders, difficulties in procurement, price oscillations for raw materials, low levels of liquidity, and the need to reduce costs for warehouse supplies and obsolescence on the other hand.
Several industries have chosen Engineering to work alongside them with the aim of effectively and efficiently managing the enterprise system and obtaining rapid operational, economic and strategic results.