Technic Construction Company Ltd.’s Procurement Services provides expertise to help optimize your procurement function


The simplest way to think of procurement logistics is the procurement of materials needed to manufacture products. According to DHL, procurement logistics includes obtaining the following necessities:

  • Raw materials.
  • Auxiliary supplies.
  • Operating supplies.
  • Replacement parts.
  • Purchased parts and similar items.


As Procurement continues to evolve, both large and small businesses find themselves in need of more robust strategic sourcing operations, and the resources to develop and maintain Procurement functions of the appropriate size, structure, and maturity. Technich’s Procurement Services includes a team of highly experienced procurement consulting services professionals, intuitive strategic sourcing technologies, and data-backed market intelligence. Together, they provide the specialized requirements to help drive the evolution of your Procurement from a purely tactical function to an innovative, nuanced, and strategic unit.

We support the whole purchasing operations from suppliers in and out of anywhere. We pick up, inspect, and store raw materials, parts, semi-processed items, and completed components, and supply them in accordance with your production schedule. Our procurement and inbound logistics service can promote purchasing optimization, and it is applicable to not only those who are in the manufacturing industry but also customers in the distribution business.

From anywhere to anywhere, we deliver “right items” in the “right amount” at the “right timing.” We can also construct an operation system which enhances information visibility of your supply chain and provides you with peace of mind.


We support you in the following tasks:

  • Improving accuracy of demand forecasting by means of advanced methods.
  • Selection of appropriate inventory models through simulation and optimization.
  • Analysis of impact of different inventory policies on supply chain processes.
  • Selection of type of supply (centralized / decentralized).
  • Choice of supply strategies (direct replenishment, stocked flow, crossdocking).
  • Replenishment policy taking into account considerations of retail such as order days management (Shelf connected supply chain).