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Enterprise Supply Chain and Purchasing Optimisation
GWM provides consulting services in the area of optimisation of procurement, purchasing and inventory management for companies, both industrial and commercial. Our experts will not only help to reduce the risk of unsatisfactory production, but will also help to significantly reduce the level of inventories in warehouses. GWM has successfully dealt with obsolete stock and can release up to 50% of the value of unclaimed stock.
Our experts are well acquainted with the requirements of the 44-FZ and 223-FZ, and have successful experience of adapting the supply systems of large enterprises to its requirements.
GWM solutions are practical and adapted to the specifics of the company as a whole, as well as to the needs of its various divisions. We find the perfect balance between costs and service, inventories and lost sales.
Transport consulting
GWM provides consulting services for optimization of transport and multimodal logistics. Our specialists have extensive experience in both managing large trucking companies (outsourcing more than 3000 vehicles) and optimising transport fleets and in-house fleets within companies.
Our tools reduce transport costs by 10-30%, and improve transport service levels by up to 99.9% (just-in-time deliveries). The result is achieved through impacts on four transport asset potentials:
  • Cost reduction within transport assets.
  • Routing (increasing transport utilisation time).
  • Coordination (reduction of transport downtime in the transport process).
  • Structure (optimisation of transport type and carriers).
Sales system optimization
GWM provides consulting services for sales system optimisation. Our specialists look at the customer's sales system as a whole and, in selecting the methods of influence, pay special attention to internal connections and the capabilities of other related company units.
We use the following sales augmentation methods:
  • Developing a competitive edge in the marketplace.
  • Implementing a system to motivate sales managers.
  • Reducing the sales deficit (lost sales).
  • Increasing the technology sales.
Optimization and automation of warehouse logistics.
GWM implements projects to improve the effectiveness of warehouses, distribution centres and logistics centers, and renders services to optimize warehouse logistics. The methods and tools used by GWM allow:
  • Increase warehouse space efficiency by 1.5-2 times;
  • Reduce warehouse costs by up to 50%;
  • Increase throughput of the warehouse complex by 1.5-2 times;
  • Increase service level by up to 99%;
  • Reduce rejects and storage losses;
  • Reduce completion times by 20-50%;
  • Increase on-time delivery rate to customers by up to 99%;
  • Increase the transparency of warehouse operations and the level of interaction with other departments.

Increase production efficiency, improve productivity.
GWM implements projects to increase production efficiency. The methods and tools GWM uses allow:
  • Increase productivity by 30%-70% at existing production facilities without significant investment;
  • Reduce the amount of work in progress by 30%-60%;
  • Decrease the number of production staff by 5%-20% without reducing production;
  • To reduce completion times by 30%-50%;
  • Increase the completion rate of orders on time by up to 99%;
Our specialists implement the solutions themselves and guarantee the achievement of the stated result. A 50% increase in productivity usually adds value comparable to another plant.
Logistic Engineering
GWM provides services for the design and expertise of logistics systems of industrial enterprises and trading companies.
Our specialists will cover all components of the logistics system (raw material supply logistics, warehouse logistics, internal production logistics of semi-finished products and distribution logistics of finished goods), take into account all existing limitations, lay down the required reliability of the system and take into account planned developments.

We will calculate all necessary material flow parameters, including the required volume and frequency of deliveries, storage points and required stock levels; we will select the optimum technology for each component of the logistics system.
We will prepare functional requirements for the automation of the logistics system with the necessary control points, describe the internal business processes, select the optimal automated solutions; we will prepare a review of the already designed logistics system and issue a guarantee for its performance.
Project management
GWM provides project management service for development projects. A good project manager always has a lot of ideas, but not always enough time to implement them. The professionals at GWM are the trusted confidants of the managers and shareholders of the company, who think in their interests and do everything in their power to make their goals a reality.

GWM gives executives and shareholders the opportunity to set global goals, such as "improve profitability" or "increase productivity" without having to go into too much detail. GWM can design and negotiate a plan to achieve these goals.
We also offer Automation Project under turnkey approach - from preparation of business processes and selection of information systems (IS) to implementation of optimal IS just in time and within agreed budget.
Automation. Equipmetry information system
Equipmetry is an Asset Operations Management solution that gives every Maintenance and Reliability team the tools and information they need to run Operations efficiently and effectively.

  • Easy to use
  • Centralized command center
  • Robust analytics for full ROI
  • Integrated across to your systems
The uniqueness of our solution we are based on Data and the use of unique mathematical models to help make decisions and predict.
Logistics consulting
GWM's logistics consulting is understood to be
  • in improving the accuracy of the planning of inventory requirements (Inventory).
  • to reduce inventory costs while ensuring the required level of quality.
  • to increase the level of logistics service to an economically feasible maximum.
  • speeding up the production of finished goods.
  • to increase the level of relevance and timeliness of information.
  • in raising the level of customer satisfaction.
  • which is bound to have an impact on improving the company's bottom line as a whole.
Logistics consulting covers all processes of the company from creation of need for raw materials to delivery of final goods to customers. It means logistics consulting covers all company processes which create value which customers are ready to pay for.
Logistics audit
Why do companies need a logistics audit?
  1. To optimize the logistics costs of industrial companies and reduce the cost of finished products.
  2. To increase the level of logistics service.
  3. Develop logistics solutions that provide competitive advantages.
How does audit work?
Step 1 - Establishment of a working group of the client's stakeholders, supervised by a senior manager, and issuance of an order for the company to assist in providing all information required by the consultants.

Step 2 - Conduct an introductory presentation to the Client's staff, outlining the audit objectives, functions and methods of achieving them. The presence of one of the Client's top executives is mandatory.

Step 3 - Interviewing the top executives of the client company. It is very important to understand expectations from the project not only from the owner or CEO, but also from his or her first deputies.

Step 4 - Gathering of operational information. Consultants request and obtain necessary information, study existing regulatory and procedural documents, visit logistics infrastructure facilities (raw material and finished product warehouses, garages and other industrial infrastructure facilities), interview operational staff, and in some cases resort to questionnaires and timing of operations.

Step 5 - Build causal relationships between identified constraints and potential for improvement. It is at this stage that the shortest route to improvements is formed, which will have to be taken after the completion of the logistics audit when implementing business solutions.

Step 6 - Formation of the GWM Plan. The GWM Plan is a document containing an aggregate of measures aimed at solution of existing logistics problems and increase of effectiveness of sales, production, movement of goods, etc., their interrelatedness, goals and objectives, implementation sequence, time, required resources, expected results (financial and qualitative).

Step 7 - Final report to the Customer's management. The report package consists of a text report with appendices and a presentation, presenting the key results of the logistics audit.

Who carries out the logistics audit?
  1. A team of 2-3 professionals from GWM.
  2. Customer's team involved in the audit process.
  3. The basic principles of GWM in carrying out a logistics audit.
  4. Improving the efficiency of logistics processes is not only a cost reduction, but also an improvement in logistics service and a tool for increasing company turnover.
  5. The purpose of logistics audit is not only to determine the existing problems, but also to develop a concept/plan of measures for their solution and a list of so-called "quick wins", which do not require a long time and large investment for implementation.
  6. GWM consultants are not investigators/prosecutors, they do not have a blame game. We are assistants looking for ways to improve the company's performance, which the client's human resources should be interested in.
  7. A logistics audit requires considerable time and effort not only from a team of consultants, but also from a project team on the part of the Customer. Only by working together can we get a realistic assessment of the state of affairs in the goods movement system.
Missing sales - the main growth potential in sales
The GWM team has the unique competence to identify and reduce missed sales of merchants:
  • Achieve demand satisfaction levels: 98-99% (for the most sought-after assortment).
  • Will calculate a reasonable, weighted safety stock ratio.
  • Propose a reasonable order quantity corresponding to Wilson's optimum order.
  • A 10% reduction in lost sales will increase your profits by more than 15%, and most often by 20% or more.
We believe this area of improvement should be a priority, as it holds the greatest potential for economic growth.

The GWM team will help you discover the main reasons for lost sales and the factors which influence them and propose balanced methods that enable you to solve the problem with minimum investment in inventory growth.
Inventory management in the enterprise
GWM provides consulting services in the field of inventory optimisation and management for enterprises, both industrial and commercial.
Our specialists can help not only to reduce the risk of unsatisfactory production, but also to significantly reduce the level of stocks in warehouses. GWM has successfully dealt with obsolete stock and is able to release up to 50% of the value of unclaimed stock.

Scientific approach and precise calculation, justification and balance of the proposed solutions are the basis of the proposed strategies.
GWM solutions are practical and can be tailored both to the company as a whole as well as to its various divisions. We find the perfect balance between costs and service, inventories and lost sales.
Enterprise budgeting
GWM specializes in projects that build and automate the budgeting process of industrial, trade and logistics companies. Our experts are convinced that real-time, accurate and automated budgeting is one of the main tools to manage any business, whether it is a small logistic company or a large uranium mining holding.
In the experience of GWM experts, a budgeting system may help to achieve the following results:
  • Optimisation of material consumption by 15-20%.
  • Reduction of stock levels and release of working capital by 10-30%.
  • Increase in productivity by 5 percent.
  • Improved business margin of 15%.
  • Increase of completion rate of orders on time.
  • Increase of quality of management decisions.
  • Reduced return on investment.


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