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As customer delivery costs continue to rise, knowing you are getting the best value for money from your palletised transport providers is becoming increasingly relevant. Transport benchmarking helps you to quickly identify the areas of potential saving and what to tackle without the need to run a tender.
Gold Standard Index (GSI™) is a practical tool that will effectively and efficiently address the many challenges associated with transport benchmarking. It can help answer these all-important questions:
By measuring your cost and service performance across comparable, best-in-class transport operations, the results will show how much you might save by buying your services at Gold Standard rates and which opportunities for change will significantly improve your operation. GSI™ is quick and simple to use with results direct to your inbox, it has already proven invaluable with market leaders when deciding to renew or re-tender contracts. Read our testimonials
“Simply Supply Chain’s use of the Gold Standard Index allowed for an extremely clear analysis of the opportunities within our network. They did an excellent job of breaking down some complex (and often incomplete) data to identify a clear course of action and to point out a series of quick wins the group were able to take advantage of.” Allan Sansome, Head of IPC Supply Chain, Europe PZ Cussons
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We have helped many leading suppliers to substantially reduce the cost of their logistics operations, whilst securing high service standards. Find out whether we can help you to deliver your optimal result in as little as 12 weeks by using our free assessment tool.
All you need to do is upload a snapshot of your data via our 'START YOUR FREE ASSESSMENT' portal. You will immediately receive an on-screen assessment of your competitiveness and a mini-interpretation will be emailed to you detailing the options and next steps.
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