The industrial equipment industry, be it turbines, motors, welders or something else, has its own set of challenges when it comes to supply chain management. The big investments, longer lead times and the need for special handling equipment adds to the complexity of quick response and flexibility at low cost.

Warehouse design is among the most common assignments within the industrial equipment industry. This could be because of the specific requirements on handling equipments or to the complex production. The layouts are often crucial to ensure a good flow through the facility. Lean supply chain management is another area which is very applicable to the industry and where the efforts pay off quickly.

We find that business analytics and supply chain analytics aren’t traditionally used as much in the B2B industry as for consumer products even though it adds a lot of value when applied. Especially for companies involved in mergers and acquisitions the value of comparing and controlling profitability and its drivers makes all the difference.

The inventory management is more complex in this industry than in other because of the different refinement levels. Raw material, work-in-progress, components, additives, the list could be very long of the different inventory classes to manage. Inventory management and forecasting is therefore more important.

Read more about client successes within the industrial equipment industry in our case studies.

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Kluber Lubrication

Legget & Platt

MagneTek, Inc.

Martco Limited Partnership

Martin Processing, Inc.

Mine Safety Appliances Co.

Norandal USA, Inc.

Purchased Parts Group, Inc.

Regal-Beloit Corporation

Reliance Electric

Rexnord Corporation

Riverwood International


Specialty Finishing

Stanley Fastening Systems

Stanley-Bostitch, Inc.

TEC Incorporated

TEC Specialty Products, Inc.

Tyco International, Inc.

Wheatland Tube Co.

Nordic Flanges AB



Örnalp-Unozon AB

Genetech AB

ESCO Zodiac

MSA – South Africa

GE Energy, Gas Turbines

AdTranz AB


Airco Welding Products, Inc.

Carpenter Technology Corp.

Chamberlain Manufacturing Corp.

Champion Laboratories, Inc.

Clipper Windpower

Clopay Corp.

Columbus McKinnon Corporation

Cramo Instant AB

Cramo Rent AB

Dalloz Safety AB


Dynamo/ERM AB

Dynapac Mfg. Inc.

Equipment Manufacturers Institute

Fundia Special Bar AB

General Electric Co.

Hamamatsu Corporation

Hobart Brothers Co.

Hubbell Distribution, Inc.

Hubbell Electrical Products

Hubbell Incorporated

Hubbell Lighting, Inc.

Ingersoll-Rand Company

ITT Corporation

ITT Flygt AB

Keeler Brass Co.

Kennametal, Inc.

Case studies

Global Network Validation Safety Equipment

Evaluation and improvements of a global distribution network strategy for a US manufacturer of safety equipment.

Corporate Strategy

The challenge was to increase the valuation of the firm. The solution was to merge acquired units into one company.

Worldwide Distribution  

A very complex global supply chain where uniform information handling became the key to efficiency       

Investing To Improve        

A synthezised case study on the development of logistics and what hands-on effects this would give on an operation