Optrak Consultancy offers bespoke logistics consultancy engagements to both Optrak clients and external organisations, on projects ranging from detailed operational cost modelling to strategic direction analysis.
Combining expert insight with nuanced and meticulous analysis of your organisation’s distribution and logistics operations, Optrak Consultancy provides bespoke engagements to fit your specific requirements and cost point.
With almost 30 years of logistics operations and distribution experience and deep ties with academic institutions including the University of Cambridge, University of Lancaster and Heriot Watt University, Optrak sits at the forefront of Operations Research (OR).
Working both with its own customers and the wider logistics industry across the globe, Optrak brings these operations best practices into its consultancy services, working with major 3PLs and companies such as BP Castrol, Shell and Menzies Distribution to improve both their operational planning and strategic direction.
Optrak Consultancy leverages the Optrak4 strategic product functionality, providing our consultants with ready access to industry-leading strategic planning and optimisation technology. This allows us to more quickly rationalise and model your logistics issues and needs – driving insights from the consultancy engagement.
Whether you are an existing Optrak user or an external company, we can provide consultancy services on your logistics operations and business strategy, including but not limted to:
Detailed analysis and actionable insight on existing distribution infrastructure and optimisation challenges.
Cost modelling to map future product/order demand against existing operational capacity
Strategic data modelling, focusing on business decisions such as:
Fleet reduction and transformation
Cost-to-serve and capacity for onboarding new customers
Expansion plans, including new depot construction and resource reallocation
3rd party carrier outsourcing
Please contact us to see how we can help you with consultancy projects.