Your roadmap to increased resilience and efficiency within the supply chain
Optimising your supply chain to improve your bottom line and enhance your customers' experience
More than advisors, we design and implement sustainable, real-world solutions
We challenge and inspire to design tailor-made solutions for your business
Supply Chain Consultants
Prological designs and implements supply chain, energy and business strategy solutions across all key industries. We offer consultancy services across all areas of the supply chain with a focus on logistics, freight and transport, network design and distribution strategy.
We deliver individualised, innovative, commercially viable and operationally sustainable solutions for our clients.
Unlike many consulting practices, Prological prefers to manage the implementation of our solutions and results-based fees are core to our approach.
Prological’ssuccessisreflectedinourextensiveandgrowinglistofclientsinAustralia, New Zealand, Europeand across the globe.
THEIR APPROACH HAS YIELDED SAVINGS IN EXCESS OF 30% TO THE PREVIOUS COST BASE AND IMPROVEMENTS IN SERVICE LEVELS THAT ENABLE US TO BE MORE RESPONSIVE TO OUR CUSTOMERS
transformation and turnaround leader
Risk & Opportunity Assessment
Our Supply Chain Risk & Opportunity Assessment provides a roadmap to increased resilience and efficiency within the supply chain by conducting an independent audit of fundamental operational functions.
By addressing modern slavery, businesses in Australia have the opportunity to enhance theircompetitive advantage, improve their public and investor profile, and help combat the injustice of slavery for over 45 million people globally.
Our forward-thinking and collaborative model delivers a customised facility designed and built to minimise your initial outlay, decrease on-going operating costs and maximise efﬁciency to support you and your customers well into the future.
Renewable Energy in Australia's Industrial Sector Falling Behind
Prological, in partnership with The University of Wollongong is undertaking a research project to find out why Australia's industrial sector is trailing behind in renewable development, investment, and deployment.
The International Labour Organisation's (ILO) estimate before Covid-19, was that there are approximately 46 million people living in modern slavery in the world today. With 60% of those in forced labour and two-thirds of those living in the Asia-Pacific region, Australians have inadvertently been benefitting from Modern Slavery for many years in our supply chains and operations.