Global Value Chain
How a Global Manufacturer Increased Profits by $12M in Four Months
A multinational supplier of manufactured products to the energy and construction industries needed a systemwide analysis of its supply chain to adequately meet customer demand and drive revenue.
The company found that it was effectively servicing some buyers but failing to meet up to 40% of total customer demand.
Management could not identify the root of the issue to make the necessary improvements.
Need to go to market quickly
Need to establish a legal entity structure
Need to align and execute on a cross-border financial strategy
Identify the primary issues driving disruption across the organization.
Better understand the profile of their customers, as well as common demands and desires.
Alleviate various operational constraints across the enterprise.
After BDO’s engagement, demand service level rose nearly 25% - from 70% to almost 100%.
Throughput improvement went up by 20%, allowing for production to increase.
The organisation saw profit increases of more than $12 million over four months.
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