non-profit food distribution
distributes food and other donated grocery items to nonprofit agencies in western and central Virginia
to determine if their supply chain operation is strategically positioned to effectively and efficiently serve the future needs of Partner Agencies and Sponsored Programs
BRAFB and Competitive Insights Project Team members worked very closely together throughout this effort. Competitive insight's step-by-step solution approach was thorough and fact-based driven. It clearly facilitated internal consensus of the results.
Ron Morris • COO • Blue Ridge Area Food Bank
operational assessment & strategic capacity analysis
descriptive • diagnostic • prescriptive analytics
supply chain • finance
data assurance • operational baselining • cost to serve • inventory • transportation • multiple scenarios network optimization
operational data to major work flows for all facilities
consensus on each component of operating cost/facility
visibility to inventory turns by product category and the impact on facility capacities
insights on future facility & transportation requirements
potential network alignment strategies to meet future Partner Agency and Program requirements
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