Logistics

29 March 2016
Category:
General News

First VMIQ Masters Class Starts Next Week in Waterloo, IA

Supply Chain Services International (SCSI) is taking its VMIQ Masters Class on the road to six of our locations in the U.S.  This free class is designed to help attendees better understand the basics of Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) and how it can benefit both OEMs and suppliers. By attending, you’ll have the opportunity to test […]


15 March 2016
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General News

Supply Chain Problems Got You Feeling Unlucky?

The odds of finding a four-leaf clover are 1 in 10,000. (That’s 1,000 PPM!) Luckily, finding solutions to your supply chain problems is much easier than stumbling on a four-leaf clover. Turn your luck around with SCSI’s quality, containment, and logistics expertise: Experienced professionals around the clock and around the globe Less than 17-minute average response […]


22 December 2015
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General News

Stay on the Nice List: Satisfy Your Customers #scsilist

This holiday season, our reindeer, “Bolt” is working hard to ensure your logistics and quality are on the “nice list.” One way SCSI ensures WE stay on YOUR nice list is to ensure your satisfaction. Every day. Every hour. Communication is key, so we help you track our performance with systems like: SAVY – Our Service […]


15 December 2015
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General News

Stay on the Nice List: Get to Customers On Time #scsilist

This holiday season, our reindeer, “Bolt” is working hard to ensure your logistics and quality are on the “nice list.” With services like JIT (Just-In-Time) Packaging & Repackaging, Sub-Assembly, and VMI (Vendor-Managed Inventory), SCSI helps you get products to your customer on time. Like the reindeer guiding Santa’s sleigh, SCSI guides your products in a lean, […]


13 August 2015
Category:
Asia
General News

SCSI Can Help in Wake of Tianjin Port Explosion

SPECIAL ALERT: China’s Tianjin Xingang Port Explosion SCSI Ready to Assist You SCSI joins the manufacturing industry in shock of the devastating explosion at China’s Tianjin Xingang port. Understandably, this situation may disrupt your material flow if you use this port, as well as other nearby ports that may be indirectly affected. If you have […]