Ann Drake meets with other transportation experts at Clinton Presidential Center

CEO Ann Drake participated in a national meeting on transportation at the Clinton Presidential Center and Park in Little Rock, Arkansas, June 26-28. At the meeting of national transportation executives, government officials, policymakers, philanthropists, scholars and researchers, Drake was a member of the panel in the opening general session, "The Making of a Report: The Changing Face of Transportation 2025 and Beyond," representing U.S. competitiveness. more

1. Going through a merger or an acquisition
2. Starting up a supply chain
3. Outsourcing for the first time
4. Entering a new market or new location
5. Meeting special customer demands
6. Keeping up with business growth
7. Needing faster, more or different information
8. Looking for a broader solution
9. Eliminating inefficiencies
10. Increasing flexibility
DSC Health Care team develops webinar for medical device executives responsible for Supply Chain

“Value Creation in the Medical Device Supply Chain” is the subject of a complimentary interactive webinar developed by DSC’s Health Care team in partnership with Xtalks. Scheduled for Tuesday, July 22, the webinar will review practical strategies, solutions and examples for keeping medical device supply chains responsive, aligned and optimized for the changing health care landscape. Through case studies, DSC Health Care team members will discuss best practice supply chain solutions that deliver sustainable value in achieving growth, cost reduction and service goals.  more

How DSC helped Solo continually improve their warehouse operations
Constant analysis + greater efficiency = lower costs

Solo asked DSC Logistics to take over their transportation network with minimal disruption and manage the re-design of their warehouse operations to improve levels of service, overall efficiency and cost saving. Enough?

Of course not, said Solo's partner, DSC. There's always room for improvement.

DSC used data from our WMS system to analyze trends in product movement to redesign the Logistics Centers for optimum performance. We also used this data to make suggestions on removing obsolete product from the highly utilized facilities. By closely monitoring the inventory, trends and Solo's allocation process we were able to increase service levels, order fill, and assist Solo with the critical data needed to drive system-wide improvements.

We initiated meetings directly with Solo's customers to get feedback and to learn the issues involved-late orders, cuts, whatever. We asked how we could make customers' unloading and receiving process simpler. It's our approach: if your customer's having problems, let's get together and figure out solutions.