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For years, a leading supplier of diesel and gas engine used off-the-shelf software to manage inventory planning for all of their aftermarket service parts.

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The client is a leading manufacturer of medical devices and markets its products directly and through distributors to hospitals and medical centers in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Neovia Distribution Services became this client’s partner in 2009, providing distribution and warehousing services through a Neovia-owned and managed 250,000 square-foot facility in Pennsylvania.

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Integrated Logistics
For years, a leading supplier of diesel and gas engine used off-the-shelf software to manage inventory planning for all of their aftermarket service parts.
 
Integrated Logistics
Since their establishment in 1971, a global manufacturer of passenger cars and commercial trucks has sold millions of vehicles in North America. At the same time, their aftermarket spare-parts business has grown considerably, while constantly evolving internal and external factors have affected their parts distribution centers’ (PDCs) efficiency.
 
Medical Device Manufacturer
The client is a leading manufacturer of medical devices and markets its products directly and through distributors to hospitals and medical centers in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Neovia Distribution Services became this client’s partner in 2009, providing distribution and warehousing services through a Neovia-owned and managed 250,000 square-foot facility in Pennsylvania.
 
The Simulator for Use with SAP® Service Parts Planning
SAP® Service Parts Planning* is a powerful application for inventory planning in a service parts organization. Yet, determining how to optimally configure its thousands of parameters to best meet your business’ needs is difficult. Using just one set of parameters may have a significant effect, but at what risk to interactions in other areas? Users usually cannot know the results without actual execution, which is time consuming and potentially expensive. Trial and error or continuous improvement can strengthen results but still not identify the best combination of parameters to produce the greatest gains.


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