> Electrification Logistics.
Managing the transition from car manufacturer to mobility provider as new concepts of electric, connected, autonomous, and shared mobility drive transformation of the sector – automotive manufacturing will change fast, and automotive logistics will be at the sharp end.
Next-generation logistics solutions
- 360 onsite logistics audit & assessment
- Optimise current process and eradicate waste
- Identify 'next generation' transition needs
- Provide change management solutions
- Targeted micro projects approach
- Shared risk and rewards contracts
- Performance ROI guarantee
- Outsource your biggest headaches
- Help manage your transition challenges
It starts with a conversation - get in touch!
With accelerated timelines for ICE sales bans in 2030 or 2035 - how will you cope with your supply chain and transformation challenges ahead?
The continued acceleration of electrification is putting significant pressure on OEMs, their supply chains, and the broader EV ecosystem. As the light-vehicle automotive industry goes electric, some components will change, but many will remain similar or the same. The electric vehicles on offer currently look very similar to their fossel fuel consuming predecessors, in the same way the earliest automotives looked like horseless carriages. Who knows what the cars of 2050 will look like, what will power them or if they will even have a steering wheel!
Automotive companies must find the right balance between continuity and profitable business; while at the same time lead the way in disrupting their own business models. Flexibility, agility, and innovation will be critical when it comes to the unique challenges facing the future direction of the automotive industry.
Turn change into an advantage and rethink how 'Stop Start' logistics can become your strategic advantage.
Supply chain transformation challenges
The automotive sector is consolidating; the old manufacturing siloe's of buses, cars, taxis, commercial, motorcycles, agricultural and construction, etc. are all morphing into one big new industry classification - mobility.
Start-up EV OEMs
If you’re a start-up EV or mobility we can help you plan, manage and develop your manufacturing process. Helping you optimise costs, resources and have a scalable, flexible manufacturing supply chain.
We're already involved in this transition, working on solutions for the issues and challenges which are a result in the switch from manufacturing ICE to electric vehicles.
EV battery manufacturers
Through a strategic alliance with the leaders in battery recycling technology, we have developed a solution to the growing challenges around EV battery lifecycle management.
A zero emission repair, servicing and repurposing facility and virtuous management of battery waste.
EV specialised battery warehouses
Electric vehicle batteries are classified as dangerous goods (IMO 9), the batteries pose a risk of catching fire if they have been improperly manufactured or damaged. This means storage needs to align with safety regulations as well as being located and readily available to supply UK car manufacturers.
R&HA have access to a wide network of warehousing options through our parent companies, and a strategic alliance with the leaders in battery recycling technology.
How we work with you
You may have identified a specific problem area or simply feel something could be improved and need a general review.
If you like what we suggest, you’ll get options on how you can move forward. Typically this is working on a fully costed smaller project with a performance guarantee. This means you can see how we work, and gauge the results for yourself at zero risk.
The first step is a free audit – we want to understand your business – if we can add value, we’ll tell you where, how much and the projected ROI.
Here’s how the 360 onsite logistics audit and assessment works!
Put us to the test, what have you got to lose?
Contact us for a FREE ‘on site' logistics audit – carried out under a non disclosure agreement - our findings will be reported in full confidence and will provide a detailed analysis of where savings and improvements can be made.
There’s only one condition - you must be UK based and be operating in the automotive sector, with a head count of around 25 - 30 or more operating in logistics roles.