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That many organisations still have limited visibility of indirect material usage, often due to untracked storage locations or areas of the business with limited control over use. Without an audit trail, products can be lost, forgotten and wasted. Systems that rely on manual inputs are at high risk of human error and cannot feasibly be updated in real-time. This makes it harder to track each individual item and can result in false stock readings.

How VMI solutions can…
* ease the pain of managing multiple supply sources;
* can ease the burden of securing material availability at a time when supply chains are
more strained than ever before;
* can eliminate significant distractions to other supply chain management and operational priorities which require more in depth focus and attention to deliver results to the operational and financial performance of a manufacturing business.


1. How a VMI solution can simplify their supply chain
2. How a VMI solution can facilitate capacity growth
3. How a VMI solution can streamline business processes
4. How a VMI solution can release working capital
5. How a VMI solution can enhance profitability

Chris Billinge
Group Business Development Director
Chris Billinge is an experienced board director in specialist engineering manufacturing. With extensive experience in managing and leading the commercial aspects of businesses, Chris has brought a wealth of international knowledge to TFC’s customer experience.

Chris graduated from the University of Hertfordshire BEng (hons), Manufacturing Systems Engineering with his final year dissertation focused on Lean Manufacturing

During his career, he has worked across a range of industries including aerospace, automotive, defence, marine and rail, all of which are key to his focus on adding value with TFC’s inventory management services strategy.
Paul Fanning
Publishing Director, MA Business
A technical magazine editor for more than 25 years, Paul has spent much of his career in the engineering press, with spells covering most aspects of the sector. He first became editor of Eureka! in 2010 and was part of the team that launched the Engineering Design Show. In 2018, Paul added to his role on Eureka! when he was appointed editorial director of MA Business. In 2020, he was made publishing director with responsibility for the MA Business Engineering Portfolio.

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