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Supply Chain Management 

An effective supply chain management requires a balanced and integrated approach to all its components.

Contacts
 

Hans Klose

 

Partner, Supply Chain Management

 

  55 11 2377-4358

 

 hklose@kpmg.com.br

 

 

 

Marcio Ikemori

 

Partner, Supply Chain Management

 

 55 11 2377-4366

 

 mikemori@kpmg.com.br

Supply chain management has become increasingly more complex in a world which is ever more globalized. Correctly balancing consumer demands, which are increasingly more pressing and unique, in a cost-cutting scenario is mandatory for companies to boost their profitability and success.

 

In order to help clients to strike the correct balance, KPMG’s Supply Chain Practice offers companies a comprehensive array of methods that have been improved to have a positive impact on the organizations’ financial indicators.

 

Our experience 

We help companies from several industries through various stages from designing the strategy to implementing the initiative, showing our commitment to the client on supporting the project’s benefits.

 

Our solutions 

We conceive projects for all Supply Chain Management stages, helping our clients to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of key processes at strategic, tactical and operational levels, and obtaining direct benefits for the major corporate financial indicators.

 

Our distinguishing features 

KPMG aims to speed up the expected return on complex restructuring processes, assuming their coordination wholly or in part by providing clients with advisors and specialists in several industries.

 

We carry out our work outside the boundaries of traditional project development, providing continued and pinpointed advice to meet our client’s needs. Our fees are directly linked to final results and not solely to the methods we employ or the number of hours worked by our teams.

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