We’ve partnered with a wide array of manufacturers, retailers, wholesalers, service providers, and more.
Adapting to the changing landscape. Today’s consumer products market is facing impending trade protectionism, omni-channel sales models, the “Amazon effect,” and more. Amidst these challenges, we’re helping consumer product manufacturers and distributors quickly adapt to changing consumer demands and balance low margins with cost — while creating scalable, stable supply chains for the long term.
Improving portfolio performance. We’re helping private equity firms make strategic investment decisions, improve portfolio company performance and increase realized value. Our proven methodology and streamlined approach allow us to perform effective and enlightening supply chain due diligence assessments, gaining a true understanding of the potential EBITDA improvements of a targeted acquisition.
Integrating in the new omni-channel world. Retailers everywhere are facing a fundamental shift in consumer expectations for speed and convenience. The rapid emergence of Amazon has set a new industry standard for pricing, assortment, and service. Amidst these challenges, we help retailers build seamless supply chains capable of being agile and integrated in this new world of complexity.
Steering the lean supply chain. With exponential growth in the past decade, the automotive supply chain is complex. Better planning, analytics, visibility, and continuous improvement are critical for manufacturers and OEMs. LeanCor partners with automotive companies to focus on these things – while driving competitive results in cost, quality, safety, and delivery.
Food and Beverage
Critical supply chain management for a critical commodity. With their time- and temperature-sensitive attributes, food shipments have demanding needs. And from the rise of labor costs to on-demand delivery services, the food and beverage supply chain is transforming from source to consumer. LeanCor’s helping food and beverage companies optimize their end-to-end supply chains with the right recipe for success.
“The path to success runs right through someone else’s market share, and 2017 will see this activity intensify as both retailers and manufacturers jockey to gain that share (Furniture Today).” Furniture companies are now faced with complex and disruptive supply chain problems: seasonality and demand fluctuations, fierce competition, SKU proliferation, crowded ports, and multi-channel trend impacts to distribution. Through better inventory planning, material and supplier management, network design, and managed transportation, LeanCor furniture clients are meeting these challenges head-on and delivering maximum customer value at the lowest total cost.
Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals
Healing the pain in the supply chain. Amidst rising costs from healthcare reform and growing regulatory bodies, healthcare and pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors are challenged with the complexities of bringing innovative, cost-effective, and quality products to market quickly. We’re helping these organizations advance supply chain performance and reduce cost for growth and competitive advantage.
Industry 4.0. Industrial products companies have an opportunity to profit from innovation strategies in the new world of advanced, digitized manufacturing. These efforts require fast, connected, and stable supply chains. We’re helping industrial manufacturers and distributors create more visibility and integration within their supply chains with improved material flow, inventory and capacity, supplier/carrier performance, quality, and service.
“Behind every recreational vehicle, there stands a chain of suppliers providing the parts and accessories that go into each unit (RVIA).” The recreational vehicle industry reached a 40-year high in 2016. Fast growth requires fast supply chains. Through solutions like network optimization and managed transportation, LeanCor helps recreational vehicle companies improve critical inputs like supplier performance and material flow in order to meet this growing customer demand.