In the winter of 2012 an agreement was signed between Rydahls and the Nordic bus company Nobina for delivery of brake parts for their buses throughout the Nordic region. Now full establishment of consignment stocks in the Nordic markets are about to be performed.
Many advantages of consignment stock
The major benefits of consignment stocks are generally that the customer gets a much higher availability of their spare parts. You avoid unnecessary hence lead to the supply of spare parts when a vehicle is standing awaiting repair.
- "We as a supplier is also responsible for the volumes of stock are within the levels that the customer set up and manage both orders and deliveries to the warehouse. The customer also avoid tying their own capital in the warehouse where spare parts are not paid until they are taken out of the consignment stock "said Erik Rydahl, CEO of Rydahls.
Consignment stocks in the Nordic region
During the spring, all the consignment stocks that Nobina need on their sites in Sweden were established, from Malmö in the south to Umeå in the north. Just before the summer the work to fill up layers in both Norway and Finland was completed. Now soon it is time for the last consignment stocks to be completed - in Denmark.
- "The cooperation between Rydahls and Nobina in the Nordic markets has worked very well throughout the implementation," says Jan Uddh project manager from Rydahls.
Rydahls strengthen now its position as a leading supplier of spare parts for the bus industry in Sweden.
For more information
Erik Rydahl, CEO of Rydahls, +46 10 - 550 94 01
Rydahls is a familyrun business in the fourth generation from 1916 with solid knowledge of brake systems, industrial brakes, friction solutions and controlled movement. The company supplies brakes and spare parts to repair workshops, manufacturers of heavy vehicles and the industry. The Headquarter is located in Karlstad and service warehouses in Gothenburg, Stockholm and Lulea. Rydahls turnover of 120 million SEK and has 60 employees, most of which is located in Karlstad.