Logistics Consultants

Our logistics consultants assess where to allocate your transport and carrier resources, determining the infrastructure requirements to support them.

Whether you’re using your own fleet or outsourcing to third party suppliers, you want to be sure that you minimise your transport costs, but with sufficient resources to meet customer demand.


Our logistics consultants can assess where it is best to allocate your transport and carrier resources and will determine the requisite infrastructure requirements to support them.


We can design strategies that will assign the optimal number and type of vehicle resources required, and enhance your logistics management.

If your operations have grown over time, then your current set-up may not be ideal for your current situation.


Our consultants can develop and create a transport strategy that will provide new direction based on your present business strategy and objectives. That may mean analysing whether it’s best to use your own delivery fleet or to outsource to 3PL providers.


We can advise on which criteria to use to select third parties, how best to contract with them, and how to manage them. With our guidance, you will minimise costs, improve efficiency and reduce your risk exposure.

Anticipating and planning for demand is key to managing your vehicle needs. Using demand forecasting techniques, we can advise on the strategy to meet demand.


Perhaps you have your own fleet, but need to use carriers to manage delivery peaks. We will examine the flexibility with which you can bring in carriers to your supply chain network and design a strategy, with the appropriate processes behind it, for introducing third parties when you need them.

If you’re looking into offering a home delivery service, you will want to ensure you can provide the fastest delivery, with the best customer experience, but for the lowest cost.


We can help you to understand the issues involved. For example, what is the best way for you to address home delivery? Should you deliver yourself, or outsource it? How will you handle the inevitable increased volumes of deliveries? How will you manage returns? How will you deliver to diverse locations yet maintain the same high-quality service levels?


Our consultants are on hand to advise on the best strategies that will provide the optimum service for your customers.

Supplier drop shipping is an attractive fulfilment model for many retailers. It offers significant financial and supply chain benefits, such as reducing warehouse costs, relieving some of the delivery burden, and generally making it easier and cheaper to run the logistics side of the business.


As the supplier, drop shipping manifestly produces an increased volume of orders, we can guide you on what you need to put in place to successfully implement it as a delivery model. There are also business process, supply chain and IT challenges to be considered. For example, should you implement an EDI system, and if so, which one is right for you?


We can help ease the process so that you can successfully make ship arrangements with your suppliers.

Routing and scheduling brings tactical challenges all of their own. How can you devise the most time-saving and efficient routes? What route optimisation strategy is being used?


Our consultants can work with you to analyse your delivery routes and schedules. We can pinpoint where identical deliveries are being made each week, or whether all delivery locations are new each time. We can then advise accordingly on when to use static or dynamic routing methods.


We can also steer you on the best way to fill your trucks based on the orders you have. Or perhaps your business has seasonal fluctuations that require a change in strategy at peak times.

We can all recognise the crushing feeling of receiving an exciting delivery only to find that the clothes we’ve bought don’t fit, or that our shiny new electronics are defective. Providing an easy, quick and cheap way for your customers to return their purchases can go some way to easing the disappointment of a less than perfect delivery experience.


But the considerations surrounding returns handling strategies are complex. Not only do you need to ascertain how you will get the goods back, but the commercial models need close scrutiny too. Will you charge for returns or cost them into your pricing? What are the warehouse processes you need to instigate for returns? Will you have returns sent to a central location or back to their original shipping depots?


We can help you map out the processes that best fit your business strategies and instruct you on the best way to cost-effectively handle reverse logistics within your business.

Customer Success

Camlab has experience benefits across their business through the implementation of an integrated ERP and Warehouse Management system.

The laboratory equipment supplier has been working with Balloon One since 2007, after implementing SAP Business One with Accellos One (now HighJump Warehouse Edge).



  • Business systems integration
  • International system transparency
  • Supply chain alignment and collaboration


  • Market & product development
  • Organisational diversification
  • Mergers and acquisitions


  • Non- traditional markets
  • Organisational agility
  • Digital disruption


  • Reduce outdated system dependence
  • Foresee process faults and errors

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