Logistical buying and tenders must fit with the supply chain strategy
Tender processes are taking a considerable amount of time from both the shipper and the participating logistics service providers. Therefore, the process should only be started if there is a clear need coming from the supply chain strategy.
This can be the case, for example, with:
With a well-prepared and structured approach, tenders deliver results
It starts with the logistics buying strategy: does every service provider qualify or are there specific requirements? It is also important to determine which critical points need to be improved in the current situation. There may also be future developments that the new solution must be able to support. In any case, it is required to make a good description of the various tasks on which the service provider has to quote for. In short, good preparation is key.
LogiLex's role in logistics buying & tender management
Many companies do not have the required internal experience to carry out larger logistical tender processes. Or decide to use external support to ensure the project gets sufficient management attention.
LogiLex can be used for, among other things:
LogiLex's experience in logistics buying & tender management