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The Cost-of-Living Crisis

The Cost-of-Living Crisis – supply chain shortages and how a local company is offering help and guidance.

A local Supply Chain Consultancy has reported a huge percentage increase in enquiries and support-based packages to local businesses seeking bespoke guidance and support in light of the current cost of living crisis and the supply chain shortages seen globally, nationally and regionally.

S.L. Procurement Solutions Limited – a Procurement and Supply Chain Consultancy Specialist, is offering guidance to businesses covering vital advice, provision and strategies.

S.L. Procurement Solutions, known for offering procurement and supply chain management, teaching, training and consultation services across all sectors, are dedicating the next few weeks to all things Supply Chain based, to help support local businesses.

Currently the biggest topic and most popular line of enquiry is surrounding the cost-of-living crisis and how this is impacting businesses. The training and consultancy company can help businesses through the next few months, looking at supply chains, risk assessment, supply chain value creation opportunities, training need analysis, general procurement activity analysis, contract terms development, negotiations, sustainability, supplier sourcing and sourcing projects.

Stephen Lovatt, Director and Head of S.L. Procurement Solutions Limited is inviting local businesses to make contact if they need guidance on this complicated, multifaceted and important issue

Stephen, who has a plethora of experience in consulting on behalf of companies across the UK is offering this unique opportunity.

Stephen said:

“We can help minimise risks in supply chains and boast an abundance of dynamic solutions, for all businesses in any sector.”

“We have been guiding a huge number of companies with small to very large new implementations with supply chain shortages in mind. It’s been an honour to provide solutions for all our clients and it’s really important to us to support our region during this time.”