Tompkins International has been recognized as a top leader in the consulting industry by ALM Intelligence Consulting division, previously known as Kennedy Consulting. Tompkins International was selected due to the ability to create impact for clients and overall logistics consulting capabilities.
ALM Intelligence states the following about Tompkins International. “As a boutique firm specializing in logistics and distribution, Tompkins International’s experienced consultants bring a highly informed point of view in collaborating with client teams to develop customized solutions that enhance agility and flexibility when responding to changing market conditions.
Tompkins International emphasizes leadership education through coaching, workshops, conferences, and webinars that help provide context around the strategic decisions that clients need to make in responding to a dynamic marketplace. The firm hosts an Emerging Technology Center for clients to see, learn, and test new technologies (automation, robotics, sensors) and sponsors a members-only benchmarking consortium for shippers and 3PL providers to share best practices.
Tompkins International’s approach is, building on its engineering heritage, the firm takes a leadership role in helping its clients transform their operations to address disruptive trends in retailing, customer buying habits, and digital and automation technologies.
Tompkins International’s practice structure is, as a logistics and distribution consulting firm and systems integrator, specializing in optimizing warehouse and transportation operations, but also offering upstream supply chain services in planning and manufacturing operations.
Tompkins International’s consultants help identify and solve client issues through the development of highly customized solutions. Service delivery begins with assessments that include a mapping of product, information and cash flows, followed by an assessment and benchmarking of the clients’ current performance against its business objectives and customer needs. A SWOT analysis reveals current state issues followed by a series of brainstorming exercises to consider potential improvement opportunities that span network design, warehouse operations or organizational design. The team prioritizes each opportunity by analyzing the costs, benefits, and risks and seeks approval with business case preparation for the most viable options.”
ALM Intelligence has been researching the management, financial, and IT consulting industry for over 40 years, studying the global consulting marketplace at multiple levels. The resulting market analyses help buyers of consulting services to effectively target best in class providers, and help consulting providers to identify and evaluate business opportunities.
We are honored to receive recognition from ALM Intelligence as a best-in-class consulting firm. This recognition supports that Tompkins is a firm that maximizes supply chain performance and value creation.
In response to COVID-19 and limiting travel, Tompkins Robotics is now offering interactive virtual tours using a variety of stationary and roaming cameras throughout the facility. We have the capability to demonstrate five t-Sort systems with various configurations, robots and functionalities. The main demonstration system includes three different induction types: manual, robotic and A-frame. Our systems are capable of e-commerce order fulfillment, store replenishment, backroom and parcel / postal sortation. We can demonstrate the original t-Sort robotic system in multiple dual level configurations and an elevator system to move robots between the levels. Our larger t-Sort Plus robots run on single level systems with both tilt tray and crossbelt options. In the very near future we will demonstrate the new t-Sort Mini in an additional system. We have a wide variety of inventory to demonstrate products including general merchandise, apparel, grocery, fragile goods, odd sizes and shapes and a wide range of product weights. You will also have a chance to learn about the technologies that are integrated into our system such as automated induction, automated charging, integrated weight and dimension capture, our proprietary wireless network and Warehouse Execution System (WES), new innovations such as our automated sorter exit solution and more. And if mobility and flexibility are important to you, we can demonstrate how easy it is to reconfigure a system, remove or add a sort table, and even fold a table into a smaller footprint for move or transport.