For a manufacturing company, efficiency in production is a key parameter of operational efficiency. Our experts by optimizing equipment, product processes and employee output ensure that manufacturer produce the greatest number of quality products possible with the time and money invested. Our consultants identify wasted production steps to cut out any non-value-adding activities or work steps moving to lean manufacturing. Achieving efficient production provide high profit margin to the manufacturer and ensure the end customer gets a good value.

Freight Management is the cost effective and timely movement of raw material and finished goods from the location of supply to the location of demand.

  • Is high freight cost eating up your profit margins?
  • Delays in delivery leading causing commitment failures?

Formula One experts ensure efficient routing and delivery scheduling keeping freight cost to minimum with in time deliveries. We identify most suitable mode of transportation for your goods and services.  

Inventory management is all about knowing what is on hand, where it is in use, how much finished product results and what raw material is left. For all distribution channel members, inventory management is major element of operational efficiency.

  • Do you face shortage of product during peak demand?
  • Do you see wastage on account of shelf life expiry, outdated products?
  • Do you see market eroding your working capital because of price fluctuation?
  • Is leakage, pilferage or stock management a big problem?

Excess inventory costs money to manage, move and throw out. At the same time you don't want to run out of products and alienate customers. Our consultants help you in maintaining optimal inventory balance, setup processes to prevent pilferage and wastage due to expiry. 

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Resource Utilization

Optimal resource utilization and elimination of waste from production & operations is major element of operational efficiency. We ensure that you get maximum output/returns from the raw material used in operations, maximum efficiency from the workforce in generating production or sales as well as efficiency in cost of good sold and overhead costs to generate healthy bottom line.

Each day we must strive for constant and never ending improvement. 

- Anthony Robbins

Operational efficiency encompasses several strategies and techniques used to accomplish the basic goal of delivering quality goods to customers in the most cost-effective and timely manner. At F1BC, we always strive to deliver most efficient & effective results. Resource utilization, production, freight and inventory management are all common aspects of operational efficiency. The most critical factors vary by the nature of the business -- manufacturing, distribution or retail. 

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