What is Logistics Management



Logistics management is that part of supply chain management that plans, implements, and controls the efficient, effective forward and reverses flow and storage of goods, services and related information between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet customers' requirements.

Source - Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP)

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Logistics Management



Ongoing market analysis through monitoring of key logistics and transportation indices with trends enables Pruune to make smart, informed recommendations about your logistics services. Pruune Consulting Ltd brings to each consultation a plethora of logistics management experiences on a global scale. Partnerships with asset-based freight providers guarantees access to competitive rates and AEO certification promises customs expertise. 


Our Logistics scope covers – transportation, warehousing and customs.  

Freight Experience

Our transportation experience includes – Road (less than truck load, partials and full truck load) freight, air freight (standard, premium, first), ocean freight (less than container load, full container load, buyer’s consolidation), multi modal (rail, short sea, RORO) and parcel (standard, express).

We partner with 3PL and asset-based transportation providers allowing us to have access to competitive rates covering all the modes. 

Warehousing Experience

Our warehousing experience includes – sourcing an external warehouse for your business needs, we negotiate the terms on your current warehousing lease, in-source vs outsource analysis leading to a warehousing strategy and managing the decision for the customer. 

Customs Experience

Our customs experience includes – AEO certification (AEOC, AEOS and AEOF) and preparing for Brexit (import/export implications). 

Freight Management Process

1. Freight Sourcing

2. Freight Optimization

3. Freight Research & Strategy

4. Freight Network Analysis

5. Freight Best Practice

Warehouse and Distribution Centre Management Process

1. Warehouse Sourcing

2. Warehousing Optimization

3. Warehousing Research & Strategy

4. Insource vs Outsource Warehouse Analysis

5. Warehousing Best Practice