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Automotive and transportation

Performance and cost pressure is the highest for suppliers. Supply chain offers real opportunities in this area.

The automotive value chain is undergoing historic transformation. Alternative motor technologies, autonomous driving, new mobility opportunities and vehicle connectivity are significantly changing the automotive and supplier industry. And this comes on top of external challenges such as trade conflicts, raw material and supplier parts shortages, new innovative market competitors and global crises (such as the Covid-19 pandemic).

Suppliers need to design their own value-added network efficiently in order to remain successful and sustainable and to leverage new market potential. To achieve this, operational processes and performance must be optimized and scalable. Transparency, flexibility, resiliency and proactive risk management across the entire end-to-end supply chain are decisive competitive advantages.

4flow has supply chain expertise at all levels of the automotive supply chain

4flow offers customers comprehensive and holistic supply chain transformation – from strategy to implementation. We deliver customized solutions, starting with value-added network structuring and end-to-end inbound, intralogistics and shop floor optimization through to outbound design. Our portfolio is rounded off by the implementation of successful digitization initiatives, such as comprehensive, software-supported concurrent planning and control over end-to-end supply chains.

Key to successful customer transformation projects is our global network of automotive experts. With our comprehensive portfolio of supply chain consulting, software and fourth-party logistics (4PL) services, we provide customers with in-depth automotive know-how based on many years of practical experience.

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