Consultants in logistics support consumers improve their supply chain activities by objectively reviewing organisational systems for successes and deficiencies and proposing tailor-made solutions, from minor changes to large restructurings.Since their decisions have a critical effect on the business, logistics consultants must be supply chain management specialists who excel in preparation as well as in execution. As contractors, they may work concurrently with many businesses, alternating their time between working in an office and visiting factories or manufacturing sites with clients.

Responsibilities: The day-to-day duties of logistics consultants rely on the type of organisation in which they operate, but logistics consultants have the following core roles based on job listings that we analysed: Assess Supply Chain Performance, Recommend Solutions, Coach Employees, Assist with Implementation, Improve Customer Relationships.

Skills and Qualifications:

Post Graduation from University of Greenwich - London (E- Logistics Supply & Chain)                                                                        Member of The Chartered Institue of Logistics & Transport in United Kingdome                                                                                       Logistic Specialist in TLE.

use data analysis and strategic thinking to strengthen a company’s supply chain. Me & My team excel at troubleshooting inefficiencies, coordinating complex processes, and collaborating with employees to execute changes in operations. Skills I follow:
  • Supply chain expertise – employers hire logistics consultants to evaluate and improve their supply chain processes, so logistics consultants should have extensive knowledge of these in addition to management experience
  • Strategic thinking – when analyzing problem areas in a company’s operations, logistics consultants use strategic thinking to devise a concrete plan that takes into account various factors including risk, existing resources, and cost of implementation
  • Communication skills – logistics consultants interact with suppliers, company employees, and customers on a regular basis. It’s essential for them to be excellent communicators, whether they’re gathering information or explaining solutions
  • Organization skills – logistics is a fast-paced industry, and those in this role have to monitor several processes at the same time. Being accurate with details is vital since even slight errors can result in major delays and wasted resources
  • Customer service – logistics consultants are committed to understanding the concerns of customers, demonstrating a positive attitude, and taking swift action to resolve issues with operations
  • Pitch LSC Startup Model –  I always pitch startup or companies in front of VCs or angel investors. Also, help them to financial project reports as well.


What Is the Difference Between a Good and a Bad Consultant?

I’ll give you an example about Henry Ford. When he ran Ford Motor Company and they were at the absolute peak, he would take a prospective executive, somebody who he was contemplating hiring, out to lunch. And if that potential executive salted his or her food before they tasted it, he would not hire them, because he thought somebody would make a decision impetuously without really assessing the problem, probably was dangerous.


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