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Welcome to LPC: Logistics, Supply Chain & Warehouse Design Consultants

Logistics and Warehousing is an important part of your business and has been at the heart of our business for over 30 years we cover a range of services: Supply Chain Strategy and Management, Transport Solutions and Warehouse Design.

Providing expert advice, project management and consultancy in logistics, supply chain and warehousing for retailers, manufacturers, wholesalers and 3PLs in the UK and worldwide.

We are specialists in providing solutions to logistical problems, from improving utilisation and efficiency in existing operations, re-engineering facilities, to design of new warehousing, DCs distribution and assembly facilities.  We help you to reduce costs, increase capacity and improve efficiency by planning and optimising your supply chain, facility design and layout, materials handling, and operational processes.

Established in 1984, our experience and expertise include space planning, utilisation and capacity improvement, optimising productivity, warehouse automation, warehouse management and control systems, as well as distribution facility design.

To find out how we can help you maximise your warehouse and logistics, you can make an enquiry using our contact page, or book a No Cost, No Obligation Warehouse Health Check.

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Our Clients

Argos
Baxi
Co-op
Dixons
exel
grocontinental
Woolworths
Unilever
HSBC
TNT
House of Fraser
Screwfix
Regatta
Poundland
B&M Bargains

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How To Boost The Efficiency Of Your Logistics & Supply Chain Management

What tactics and processes do logistics consultants utilise to improve the efficiency of a client’s supply chain? And how can recommendations be implemented by a manager? While the end results are improved logistics planning processes, let’s examine how a typical consultant would approach the challenge of correctly identifying areas worthy of attention and improvement.

Skill Shortage

The normal approach to a skill shortage in a company is to hire someone or to train someone internally. This can be a challenge for many industries and business sectors to find people with the right skills, while training someone can take a significant amount of time. However, there may be an alternative, hiring someone or training someone is essentially having more of the same. This might be the most appropriate or possibly the only solution to some situations, but in others changing the processes, systems and methods employed within the warehouse or facility first might reduce or remove the skills shortage in the first place.

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