Quality Driven
Supply Chain
Management

An Approach that works

Extensive experience in both military and government contracts coupled with the skills and knowledge to implement ISO quality management systems for many Standards including 9001:2015, 27001:2013, 14001:2015 and 45001:2018.

DTC is uniquely placed to offer Supply Chain solutions. Quality is at the heart of everything that we do.

Quality Processes Deliver

Improve

DTC enhance solutions to support warehousing, storage, and distribution. For example, digitised warehousing management, coordination of inbound and outbound processes and order realisation.

Send

Smooth integration of intermodal shipments requiring multiple transportation and distribution methods including road, rail, sea and air; all meeting ISO requirements to uphold international standards.

Deliver

DTC Supply Chain provides confidence to our customers and stakeholders that processes are efficient and effective controls exist. Improvements can be defined through controlling the provision of services offered.

Douglas Thornton

The British army was instrumental in encouraging my drive and determination. The process-driven nature of Forces life has equipped me to make positive and strong decisions. I am unfazed by challenges and know how to motivate people to perform effectively as a team; these attributes are invaluable in my chosen field of ISO consultancy.

My business is registered with the Armed Forces Covenant. The covenant supports serving personnel, service leavers, veterans, and their families. I am part of the pledge that together we acknowledge and understand that those who serve or have served in the armed forces, and their families, should be treated with fairness and respect in the communities, economy and society they serve with their lives.

Why are ISO Standards important?

Of those companies surveyed 84% say that using standards enhances their reputation; 73% say that standards allow greater control of environmental problems; 89% say that standards contribute to the optimization of compliance with regulations, such as health and safety legislation; 50% say that standards encourage innovation through the diffusion of knowledge; and 70% say that standards contribute to improving their supply chain by improving the quality of supplier products and services.

Centre for Economics and Business Research

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