Supply Chain Engineering

The Supply Chain Engineering department addresses supply chain management tasks from an engineering perspective. We focus on an integral examination of logistical and informational structures and processes in order to optimize the performance of global logistic networks under the consideration of economic and ecological aspects. Our interdisciplinary team consists of more than 50 employees, including 32 scientific employees with backgrounds in the engineering and business studies as well as in logistics and informatics.

Business Units

 

Supply Chain Management

  • Network Simulation and Material Flow Simulation
  • Dynamic Inventory Disposition and Robust Service Level Management
  • Optimization of Demand Forecasts Network Design
  • Tariff Trade Barriers
  • Economic and Risk Assessment
  • SCM Trainings
 

Enterprise Resource Planning

  • ERP Consulting
    • Potential Consulting, Process and Requirement Definition
    • Selection and Implementation of ERP Systems
    • Online Portal ERP LOGISTICS
  • Digitization and Cross-Functional Networking of Processes
  • Onlineshop Consulting
 

Supply Chain IT

  • Data Integration in the Supply Chain
  • Shadowed Supply Chain Solutions & SCM Assistance Systems
  • Demand and Capacity Management
  • Systems for the Availability Planning
 

Products

 

Research Projects

 

Team