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Optimization with Boxon

Large volumes of goods are handled every day, and we are well aware that an optimal, effective flow is fundamental for daily handling routines. This is where our expert knowledge comes in. Based on a needs analysis, which considers both your current situation and what the future is expected to bring, we create a customised, effective flow for your business.  

Optimization can be applied in many different areas – number of suppliers, inbound and outbound deliveries, automation, goods labelling, ergonomics, stock management – it can be a long list.   

Putting all your eggs in one basket 

Register maintenance, quality assurance, material optimisation... What do these three terms have in common? Well, they can all be reduced, improved or optimised by putting all your eggs in one basket. 

In many projects, we’ve seen the benefits of reviewing the number of different materials, articles, processes and flows. The more that has to be managed, the more resources are needed in terms of administration, personnel and money. 


The cost of a supplier 

A lot has been said about how important it is to optimise the number of suppliers. But what is the value of it, and what costs do you actually make savings on? 

  • The many benefits of supplier optimisation include: 
  • Better quality assurance of processes 
  • Savings in both time and money 
  • Resources can be reallocated 
  • Register maintenance is reduced 

Use our calculation to work out how much your suppliers are costing you and how much this can be reduced if you reduce the number. 

Less is more 

Reducing the number of different packaging solutions and the number of different packaging materials can save your business large sums of money when it comes to transport. Excessive use of packaging generates extra costs and can also result in damage. 

Optimising the packaging range also means reviewing the number of different packaging solutions used, trying to reduce them and using the same kind for several different articles instead. It also means reviewing how you pack, which filler material is most profitable and how you should pack your pallets for the most economical transport solution. 

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