What we do

We help start-ups, small and medium companies that operates as resellers or distributors of food products improve profitability by:

  • Eliminating inefficient processes
    Every business process is mapped and reviewed, once inefficiencies are found we implement the changes needed using project management tools.
  • Improving orders fulfilment and accuracy
    We can train warehouse operators, redesign paperwork and warehouse layout, implement quality checks and reduce wastage due to handling implementing the latest warehouse management technology.
  • Improving demand planning and forecasting
    Using simple Office tools, we can design forecasting and planning tools that can improve the forecasting accuracy. This, once paired with an efficient demand plan for purchasing and inbound logistics (or manufacturing), will provide a simple way of managing purchases
  • Implementing IT systems
    We assist in the implementation of new IT systems or migrating to newer versions of the most used ERP in the industry
  • Training management teams
    We can train senior management and directors and providing the skills needed to run the company efficiently by passing to them our knowledge gained in almost 20 years of experience in the industry, working for some of the most successful companies in Europe

Years Experience
in Food Industry
Foodservice market value
in the UK
More than
People employed

About our process.

01We discuss your business goals over a phone call

02Depending on business size, scope and objectives of your company we put together an action plan with defined timescale and budget

03We schedule a visit to your company and go through the business process with key users

04A week later we show the business ops mapped and we highlight what to change and how

05The change begins, and it is completed within the time and budget agreed

06Benefits of the change are realised. The handover process begins. All docs, manuals and reports used are passed to the company’s key users

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