BME – / 2013 ConMoto logistics survey: what are the central areas of influence of value-oriented logistics? 139 Top managers gave their assessment from Munich. What are value-oriented Logistics Central spheres of influence and where the company today? The Federal Association of materials management, purchasing and logistics e.V. (BME) and the ConMotoConsulting group have studied the degree of professionalism the chargeable company in a joint survey. 139 Executives from nine industries gave their assessments. For Dr. Thomas Uhlig, President global supply chain management of Trelleborg Sealing solutions, is one long been clear: the logistics has a significant importance for ensuring and improving the competitiveness of companies and the future.
At the same time, our logistics is value driver and engine of growth. Value-oriented to make the logistics activities and to manage, led to a sustainable increase of the company’s success.” Total view: influencing factors: in the context of the BME – / ConMoto survey gave decision makers from nine Branchenclustern a self assessment of their logistics off. The condition assessment made by the top managers on the basis of key impact areas provides an overview in the maturity model developed by ConMoto value-oriented logistics (level 1 fragmented”until level 6 Agil/adaptive”). This layered approach is the concentrate of years of project and management experience in the field logistics and supply network management”, so Prof. Dr.-ing. Andreas R. Voegele, managing partner of the ConMoto consulting group and long-time member of the BME Federal Executive. The total score of all companies and sectors is satisfactory”(rated 3.1, i.e.
level 4 of the maturity model), where the spreading in the transcript is significant. Some companies are far behind and have a lot more policy work to do while others Act already very professionally. Industry comparison: In the overall evaluation of all central areas of influence the cluster’s trade/consumer goods sector compared the nine categories examined the Tip (see Figure 1).