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The best solution for your logistics needs.

LOGISTICS CONSULTING

Contract Logistics Services


Market leaders almost always use their supply chain as a

competitive advantage


TQS works with clients across different industries to provide profitable growth in new and and existing markets.


We’ve helped companies improve revenue predictions by implementing supply chain management systems, regardless of the size and complexity of the organization. TQS has experience building on supply chain strategies such as just-in-time, and lean operations and inventory. Doing this has helped businesses overcome lingering obstacles which held them back from reaching their goals.

The supply chain is split into three levels: Product, Data, and Currency. If any of these are neglected, your business will suffer. As your company gets more and more orders they have to all be handled with the same level of care and urgency, but are they actually?
By gaining a comprehensive understanding of your business, TQS determines the modules that best suit your company’s workflow and integrates them seamlessly with systems and trading partners to achieve the optimum results – an efficient, profit-oriented distribution channel.
Enterprise host system integration at multiple touch-points in the order cycle, Multi-Carrier compliance for routing, tariffs, labels, EDI and documentation, Hardware installation and support, Network installation and administration, On-site Customer training to all relevant departments.

To learn more, book a demo with our team.

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Other benefits include:


We collaborate with clients to implement innovative solutions that align across departments, and enhance the performance of the supply chain workforce. We are the culmination of business strategy and technology strategy, which help us to shape and drive performance.

An undervalued aspect of an effective Demand Control process is the collaboration that is created between the sales organization, the Demand Planning function, and the Supply Planning function. One aim of the Demand Control process is to say “yes” to demand, if at all practical. This is a change in behavior for the Supply Planning function, which might not be accustomed to identifying ways to say “yes” to demand rather than automatically rejecting unplanned orders because they were not included in the demand plan in the first place.


Sales & Marketing

Do you fully understand your demand, seasonality, and sales growth? If not, you’re cutting into your profit margins.



Procurement & Operations

Are you paying for your inbound freight? Do you know what the perfect order is? We’ll help you learn why this is important.



Technology & Visibility

Do your customers complain about lead time? Or are they constantly calling for tracking information? Let us take care of these challenges.



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