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Please click on the Consultancy & Training, Task Support and Interim Management, Bid Support and Subcontractor & Supplier Management buttons below to obtain a fuller description of the supply chain management services that SCRL can provide. 

We deliver a complete and effective supply chain management solution to our client's commercial consultancy requirements that provides real commercial and financial benefits to their business.

We are fully committed to our clients supply chain management needs and offer a professionally managed consultancy service, seeking to always be easy to work with and to anticipate problems and initiate ideas for continually improving the service we can offer. We look forward to delivering on these commitments to all our existing and new clients.

 

             Consultancy & Training                       
 

The provision of informed commercial advice by SCRL to assist its client to meet and exceed the requirements of its customer. Training courses for commercial, sales, engineering and project management staff in UK MOD contracting and the UK MOD DEFCON conditions of contract. 

Task Support & Interim Management                     
 
The provision of an experienced commercial specialist on an interim basis to the client and the completion of specific tasks as agreed with the client.
                    Bid Support                                 
 

The provision of bid support services.

   Subcontractor & Supplier Management          

The provision of advice on management of key subcontractors and suppliers and the development of the relationship with these parties.

 

  DEFCON Training services to the aerospace and defence industry

 

 

 

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