Thursday, 26 September 2013

Reduce Costs with Atlantis' Scheduling Service

So far in 2013, we have seen manufacturer lead times and electronic component prices fluctuate over the months. With this in mind, we recommend to plan ahead wherever possible if you want to beat component shortages and rising costs.

When an unexpected crisis occurs, it can led to manufactures having no choice but to put production on hold. In some cases, they may even close down plants all together, as they struggle to obtain critical electronic components. One such disaster was the devastating Japanese earthquake in 2011 which saw electronic component lead times jump from 6 weeks to 16 weeks and remained at that level for several months.

That's why here at Atlantis we offer our free of charge Scheduling Service.

Our Scheduling Service allows you to manage productivity and cut costs. We also offer a stock holding facility and if you forecast what you will be buying in the next year, we can quote you on 12 months worth of stock.

This enables us to obtain you a better price for the higher quantity. We can then hold the stock here in our environmentally controlled warehouse and ship the parts out to you as and when you require them, just in time. Meaning that if a crisis occurs, you won't be affected.

Here are a few benefits of the Atlantis Scheduling Service....

It will boost manufacturing productivity and capacity utilization, by having the parts readily available as and when you require them

Orders can be scheduled up to 12 months in advance, so you get fixed prices which have no surprise fluctuations!

Reduce order to delivery lead time by more frequent & closer-to-delivery scheduling.

By ordering in bulk you can receive a high volume discount which will assist you in keeping your production costs to a minimum

Helps with accurate budgeting as you only pay for the parts you require, when you require them!
To find our more about our Scheduling Service, contact us on  ++1 905-290-1563 or visit our visit our website here.

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