We help companies improve their supply chain management and eliminate waste.
We founded Logio in 2004 with a mission: we want to help all companies that are facing complex problems in the field of supply chain management.
We introduce world trends to the CEE market and, furthermore, we try to take part in their development. We accomplished that with the Planning Wizard product.
We believe that supply chain management can change business models and we are ready to convince you about it.
We want to train a next generation of experts in the field of supply chain management, therefore we share our know-how. We do it because we believe in a better world. A world of optimal material and information flows where the only wasting will come of our volition.
What is supply chain management?
Whether we realize it or not, supply chains surround us the same way as the air we breathe.
Each meal or drink got to our table from a certain place; it didn’t miraculously appear in the fridge or on the shelf in the supermarket. Similarly, the car we use every day for commuting was produced and assembled in a mind-bogglingly complex supply chain.
First, the raw materials were mined and processed. Afterwards, the individual parts were manufactured, put together, varnished, and they underwent hundreds of other processes before being finally delivered to the car dealer, where we enthusiastically received the car keys.
A supply chain is a flow of material and information that starts at a dozen mines and ends in the customer’s hands.
About 100 million tons of material and goods, as well as up to 500 petabytes of data, flow throughout the world in a day (as the material and information flow, respectively).
We try to imagine the whole flow from its beginning to end. That’s how we can ensure the highest possible savings in the supply chain for our clients. Almost everyone can find the cheapest method to package and load a particular product. However, only a precious few people think about how this cheapest method will influence production, transportation, customer relations and thousands of other components that are to be considered.
It’s really difficult to design an efficient set of flows for a single company. Managing flows along a whole supply chain is a real challenge.
But we can do it. We call it supply chain management.