When contracting with the Government, you can manufacture your product perfectly; but if the labels are on the wrong place and/or the packaging techniques and materials used are not to specification . . .Read more
It happens on nearly any large-scale worksite. You have parts and materials being shipped into the site at all hours and from dozens, or maybe even hundreds, of vendors. You have . . .Read more
Optimize your industrial supply chain with Deufol’s warehousing and technology solutions. You have parts and products you need to stock, but you don’t necessarily have the space required . . .Read more
Get the transparency and control you’ve always wanted with Deufol’s Photo Documentation. One of our most innovative chain of custody monitoring solutions, Photo Documentation takes tracking to the next level with a complete visual record of your supply chain at every step. . .Read more
You can’t afford delays, cost overruns, or excessive downtime in production. You need a seamless, comprehensive plan. You need a partner who is an expert in handling industrial relocations...Read more
Are you searching for a new supply chain consulting service? It's never an easy process. You need a vendor who can meet your needs, deliver on your schedule, and fit within your budget. Very often, you can't really know whether a vendor will meet all of your criteria until after you have already started working with them.
During your search phase, how can you tell whether a vendor really aligns with your objectives? It's helpful to have a plan in place before you start talking to potential vendors. Define your top priorities. Identify potential red flags as warning signs. Have a clear idea of what you want and what is most important to you.
Do you have a plant relocation in your future? Considering a new facility that is more affordable or perhaps higher quality? Or do you need to move for logistical and operational reasons?
No matter the reason behind your move, there’s no doubt that a plant relocation is a complex and time-consuming undertaking. Even if things go well, you’re facing a temporary disruption to operations. If things go poorly, you could suffer equipment damage, lost revenue, and possibly long-term business consequences.
The current situation is tough for builders, manufacturers, and anyone who needs to purchase raw materials. Lumber prices are up over 300% in the past year. While there has been a slight pullback since May, the futures contracts price per thousand feet of two-by-fours is still more than three times pre-pandemic levels.
The pricing surge isn’t specific to lumber. Steel prices are also up more than 300%, and the prices for foil, fasteners, and other materials have also surged. While there has been some stabilization in recent months, a price drop doesn’t appear to be coming anytime soon.Read More