helps businesses plan and streamline their warehousing, logistics, manufacturing, and distribution operations to drive down costs, boost capacity, improve customer service, and mitigate risks.
The team at Inviscid Consulting is experienced in a broad range of supply chain specialties. Their subject-matter experts apply lean thinking and effective industrial engineering principles to reduce operational resistance, so supply chains flow more timely and more efficiently.
Industry expertise includes Multi-Channel / Omnichannel Retail, Direct-to-Consumer / Ecommerce / Catalog, Consumer Goods, Apparel / Footwear, Food / Beverage / Grocery, Pharmaceutical / Health & Life Sciences, Industrial / Automotive, High-Tech / Electronics, Wholesale / General Distribution, and 3PL / Outsourced Fulfillment.
Stephen (Steve) T. Hopper, PE
- Conception, Modeling, Analysis, Design, and Reengineering of Manufacturing, Warehousing, and Distribution Operations and Business Processes
- Strategic Distribution Network Planning and Site Selection
- Distribution Center Planning & Design
- Economic Evaluation and Justification of Alternative Solutions
- Design, Estimation, Specification, Selection, and Implementation of Material Handling Systems and Supply Chain Information Systems
- Lean Warehousing & Distribution Process Improvement
- Improvement of Labor Productivity, Resource Utilization and Customer Service Levels
- Evaluation & Selection of Third-Party Logistics (3PL) Providers
- Product Serialization, Track & Trace, & ePedigree
, Founder and Principal with Inviscid Consulting, is a Supply Chain
professional with extensive experience planning and streamlining warehousing, logistics, and distribution operations.
For more than 30 years, Mr. Hopper has solved supply chain problems for numerous clients ranging from small businesses to Fortune 100 corporations. He helps his clients drive down operating costs, boost capacity, improve customer service, reduce risk, implement effective supply chain solutions, and enhance the performance of their supply chain resources: people, processes, inventory, facilities, equipment, material handling systems, transportation assets, and supply chain information technology (IT).
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