THINK PAST TODAY’S DEADLINES
The importance of efficient logistics and competitive supply chains to performance means that constant monitoring and upgrading is essential.
But not every organisation has the required skills in-house to think strategically about these issues.
All too often, the need for efficient operations today means there’s little time or room to think about how things can be improved tomorrow, next year, or five years from now.
EXPERTISE ON CALL
Logistics Ireland has the expertise you need along with many decades of experience in consulting with a large number of organisations, in both the public and private sectors, in Ireland and globally.
Getting the best team on the job is the best start you can make. That’s what we can provide.
Our consultants are recognised experts in consulting and academia.
Our core team has over half a century of experience in delivering quality consulting projects.
Our expertise and experience is enhanced by the full commitment you can expect from us.
Our consultants know the issues that arise in Ireland. We approach projects from an Irish perspective.
Our Clients Include:
Dr. Kevin Hannigan
Kevin is an independent economic consultant and has over 25 year’s of experience in Ireland and Europe in the application of economic principles and analysis to improve decision making in a range business sectors.
Read more about Kevin and his work.
Dr. John Mangan
Professor of Logistics
John is Professor of Logistics at Newcastle University UK, Visiting Professor at the School of Business in Trinity College Dublin, and a recognised author and researcher on logistics and supply chains.
John engages with Logistics Ireland through Newcstle University’s ‘Expert Solutions‘ which provides access to world leading experts.
Read more about John and his work.
We compile teams of experienced consultants with specialist skills on a task by task basis to ensure that the team that is provided is the best for the job in hand.
This ensures we maximise the value added while keeping your costs to a minimum.