As a major toy retailer, our client has one of the oldest toy shops in the world and is one of the world’s best-known retailers of toys. Its flagship store in London is across 7 floors and attracts over 6 million visitors a year.
Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) is the foremost exploration and production company in the Sultanate. PDO accounts for more than 70% of the country's crude oil production and nearly all of its natural gas supply.
PDO engaged Charles Kendall Australia (CKA) to develop several should-cost models for complex areas of spend.
Should-cost models are tools that provide a clear understanding of the specific economics behind manufacturing a particular product or service. Benefits range from improving efficiencies and delivering substantial costs savings (without cutting back on scope, quality, capabilities or suppliers’ profits), to improved supplier relationships.
Charles Kendall Procurement and Charles Kendall Packing recently collaborated on a project to procure and ship a number of Arabian boats to Oman. The boats were purchased for the new museum, 'Oman Across All Ages', in Nizwa, Oman.
When a leading steel manufacturer embarked on ambitious growth plans in the GCC region, they found themselves in need of experienced supply chain management services like never before. As an existing client of Charles Kendall since 2016, they need look no further and by March 2017 we had handled over 3,163 tonnes of steel, utilising 84 trailers in an operation lasting 15 days.
Charles Kendall Freight's Dubai office, in partnership with Charles Kendall Procurement, was appointed as freight forwarder and logistics provider for this water and electricity development project in Iraq.