• Procurement logistics

  • Service charging

  • Distribution logistics

  • Warehouse planning, order-picking systems and simulation.

  • performance-related pay

  • Logistic-controlling

  • Production logistics

  • Process cost calculation


Goal definition of logistics

The aim of the logistics chain is to transform interfaces into seams. That’s what we’ve made our mission.

Optimization in all areas for efficient logistics

Logistics is all about providing the right product at the right time, at the right price, at the right place, in the right quantity and in the right quality, customer-oriented and at minimum cost. Providing a high quality service, quality and cost reduction are the goals of our work.

Procurement logistics

Procurement logistics is at the beginning of the supply chain and is responsible for ensuring that production or retail is supplied in the right quantities, on time and to the right quality. From a process point of view, it forms the economic part of purchasing, up to transport and finally the handover to the company.

Service charging

After the service sector has become more and more important in Germany in recent years, it is important to charge services so fairly that a win-win situation is ensured for both contracting parties. Because only if the work is carried out and remunerated according to performance, both sides profit from a profitable business.

Distribution logistics

Distribution logistics is the last link in the logistics chain. This is where the design, planning, control and monitoring of the distribution of goods to customers takes place. Success is measured by the delivery service.

Warehouse planning, order-picking systems and simulation

One of the most personnel- and cost-intensive areas of logistics is the warehouse area and the picking systems. Optimised warehouse planning, adapted picking systems and the possibility to simulate storage factors offer great optimisation and savings potential.

performance-related pay

The work requirements for people consist of the work task, the working environment, the work equipment and the work organisation. These 4 factors combined act as a strain on the employee. As simple as this definition sounds, it is the task of professionals to design the optimal working system in order to keep the strain on the human being as low as possible, while still achieving maximum productivity.


The constantly growing demands on performance and flexibility combined with increasing cost and competitive pressure require holistic control and management of all processes along the logistics value chain. Logistics Controlling has the task of creating the necessary transparency in order to prepare decisions, and manage and secure existing business.

Production logistics

Production logistics forms the middle part of the logistics chain and deals with the internal material flow and warehouse processes and the interfaces between the two. The added value still lies in the production of the articles, but it is precisely the movement of goods and warehousing with the associated capital commitment that account for a considerable proportion of the indirect costs.

Process cost calculation

While the costs were originally allocated to the respective cost center, process cost calculation pursues a cross-divisional approach. The system also tries to break down the overhead rates as general overhead rates and distribute them to the process according to the cause.


Simulations offer the possibility to see what is not yet there. We simulate the new processes with the software tools FlexSim and PROCESS LS before process changes or reconstruction measures are made, to point out weak points and optimization potentials.

Our employees are trained and have been working successfully with the tested methods for many years. This provides them with practice-oriented methods and instruments for process-oriented work organization that can be used to optimally analyze and design processes across all industries.

As consultants from Bielefeld ⁄ OWL, we offer a variety of tried and tested logistics methods.

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