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Reduce throughput times

By optimising logistics processes, throughput times can be significantly reduced, leading to a more efficient use of resources. Precise planning and coordination can minimise bottlenecks and speed up processing. Reducing throughput times allows companies to be more competitive and cut costs at the same time.

Improve space utilisation

Utilising space more efficiently reduces storage costs. Warehouse management systems and an optimised warehouse layout enable maximum utilisation of storage space and maintain a consistent flow of materials. Eliminating unnecessary buffer zones frees up valuable space.



Reduce error margins

We help you reduce your error margins by identifying and improving inefficient processes. Precise planning, automation and staff training help to minimise sources of error and improve the quality of logistics processes.

Increase delivery reliability

Self-regulating control loops ensure that only the materials actually required are produced or transported, thus easing the burden on your control team. The right materials are produced at the right time, leading to higher delivery reliability.

Reduce finished goods inventory

The most expensive materials are found in the dispatch warehouse. Reducing inventories in the finished goods warehouse has the biggest monetary impact. Logistics optimisation methods can be used to reduce inventories and thus capital expenditure while maintaining or improving availability.

Boost employee satisfaction

Using optimisation methods creates transparency in business decisions, and actively including employees gives them opportunities to share in the company's success. The ability to influence daily work processes is a key factor in increasing employee commitment and motivation.

Methodical approach


Effective process optimisation starts with the definition of goals. A Muda Walk around your plant visualising your processes allows us to identify weak points and waste (8 types of waste). We then systematically determine the causes of the waste, assess its impact and decide further action. 



Our analysis identifies both quick wins and opportunities for more wide-reaching changes. With major changes we work closely with you to develop optimised target processes that factor in, for example, the removal of inefficient steps or the connection of important IT interfaces. We then draw up a roadmap with all relevant stakeholders that serves as a strategic planning tool and visualises the respective timeline of the individual projects. We attach great importance to clearly defined goals and careful prioritisation in order to safeguard the success of your initiatives.


We strive to fully realise the potential for optimisation by pursuing a holistic approach based on efficient processes, the use of technology and continuous improvement. We use appropriate key figures to measure and monitor the success of our optimisation efforts. This enables us to track our progress, spot deviations and make timely adjustments to achieve our goals.


In order to remain competitive in the long term, we support you in optimising or introducing CIP (Continuous Improvement Process) and shop floor management. These approaches enable companies to establish a culture of continuous improvement. By actively involving employees in identifying improvement potential and delivering solutions, you not only strengthen your competitive position, but also meaningfully boost employee loyalty.

Optimise your logistics processes with MPS ARCHONIC

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Martje Reichling

Associate Partner

+49 7142 9999 60