Part of the AMCS Intelligent Optimisation Very Efficient Webinar Series for Downstream Fuel Distribution

AMCS Fuel Planner can contribute to a more agile workflow in the downstream fuel distribution industry and meets the requirements of companies like yours, including:

  • the ever-changing order pool with just-in-time delivery demands
  • automatic order-generation based on forecasting
  • advanced compartment planning

In this short webinar (just 20 mins!), we present the AMCS Fuel Planner and dive into one of the core modules: the VMI Manager. Join us, as we seek to answer the important question: Is your fuel supply chain optimised with VMI (Vendor Managed Inventory)?

To learn more about AMCS Fuel Planner and VMI Manager, please watch our On Demand webinar, in which our Nordics Sales Director, Jan Tønder, introduces AMCS Intelligent Optimisation for Downstream Fuel and shows how the integrated VMI Manager handles automatic order generation and planning for fuel tank replenishment. This scalable, cloud-based solution is rich in functionality and tailored for transport of fuel while also being highly configurable. Because it is not necessary to lock in plans, the solution contributes to moving from a rigid to an agile form of working; orders can be swapped around during planning and execution - giving real time optimisation of routes and deliveries and guaranteeing that generated orders are locked at a certain time based on best case scenarios. On top of this, the solution can be fully integrated to your existing depot, ERP and/or supply systems.

The VMI Manager is one integrated module, and can calculate expected demand for a certain period of time and automatically generate orders on this basis. Part of the VMI Manager is the automatic order-generation process where the system collects historical data, generates consumption curves for each tank and uses stock levels to calculates time of replenishment. Then, an order can be generated, planned and optimised.

 

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