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COST2SERV – Network Strategy Software

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COST2SERV enables organisations with complex national and international distribution networks to reduce their total cost-to-serve, maximise margin and increase service levels.

It is used to formulate network infrastructure and supply strategies by a variety of industries including oil and gas companies, high street retailers, building supplies and FMCG. Watch our video to find out more.

South Essex College using CLASS to help students be job ready

Students are Top of the CLASS with Cirrus Logistics

January 25, 2017

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Cirrus Logistics is supporting the education of budding logistics professionals at South Essex College of Further and Higher Education. Through the provision of its industry-leading warehouse layout and simulation solution CLASS, and network optimisation …

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CLASS – Product Flyer

January 23, 2017

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CLASS is the leading ‘off the shelf’ software written exclusively for warehouse design and simulation modelling. Used by top logistics companies, CLASS is the tool of choice in identifying cost efficiencies in the warehouse and as a test platform for introducing operational innovation. It is used for new builds, to test designs before the building process begins, and for operational improvement in an existing site.

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COST2SERV

COST2SERV – Product Flyer

January 23, 2017

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COST2SERV has been developed to help companies gain a greater understanding of their supply chain and to identify the most profitable distribution strategies.

Designing your supply chain to achieve maximum returns requires the ability to identify opportunities, limitations and constraints. Such insightfulness requires experience and a toolset that has the agility to get at the heart of the business challenge. COST2SERV offers the solutions designer the means to create operational differentiation, control cost and build competitive, resilient supply chains.

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John Lewis Models Magna Park 3 DC with CLASS from Cirrus Logistics

April 5, 2016

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The UK’s leading department store continues to invest in its omni-channel with new distribution centre at Magna Park designed using the industry’s leading modelling and simulation tool CLASS Cirrus Logistics, the leaders in decision support tools …

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The Co-Operative Group – A CLASS Conversion

April 1, 2016

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A long-time user of a warehouse modelling tool, the logistics services team at The Co-operative Group first became aware of CLASS when the business acquired Somerfield and, along with it, a CLASS licence. Until this point in time, the team was quite…

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Centriq Group Celebrates Continued Growth in 2015

March 22, 2016

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Centriq Group, the parent company of Voiteq and Cirrus Logistics, achieves another record year; with a 21 per cent increase in revenues, headcount up by 24 per cent, expansion into new geographies and markets, and continued innovation of its enhanced prod…

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Webinar – How to Rebalance Your Omni-Channel Supply Chain

February 19, 2015

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Learn how you can plan and execute an Omni-Channel supply chain that provides your customers with a seamless experience; regardless of the channel from which they ordered, without causing any disruption to your current operations. Attend one of our web...

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ConocoPhillips Fulfilling Demand at Least Cost

February 28, 2014

Case Study

ConocoPhillips, one of the world’s largest oil refiners, has used COST2SERV Network Strategy in its European operations for nearly a decade in order to optimise its supply chain. Unlike other systems that the company has looked at, COST2SERV Network …

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Carlsberg UK Resourcing the Warehouse With CLASS

February 28, 2014

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Carlsberg UK Resourcing the Warehouse With CLASS - Introduction When Carlsberg UK, the major brewer and distributor of beer to the UK pub trade, decided to employ CLASS, it was in the belief that the decision support tool would further boost the …

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Associated Petroleum Terminals (APT)

February 28, 2014

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Associated Petroleum Terminals (APT) is a company jointly owned by ConocoPhillips and TOTAL Fina Elf which was established to operate the marine terminals serving their Humber refineries. APT has used SEABERTH for the last three years at the Port of Im…

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