The Premise


You Cannot Manage What You Cannot Measure…

Most people agree that productivity must be measured.

But…how do you measure productivity?

What is considered a fair day’s work for a fair day’s pay?

What is the best way to perform a task?

Can you identify, track, and eliminate costly delays?

Do you have reasonable output expectations?

Are you effectively and efficiently managing your resources to maximize productivity?

These are common questions that managers must answer if their organization is to remain profitable in today’s fiercely competitive business environment.
The reason is simple:  productivity is directly related to profitability.
If you have to think about it while trying to answer these questions, it’s time to call us and ask about our Productivity Improvement Program.
Our clients, large and small, union and non-union, have consistently experienced productivity gains of 25 to 45%, increased throughput, spectacular labor cost reductions, substantial “soft” savings, and a full ROI in months, NOT years, after the implementation of our Program.
And, at the same time, they have improved safety and customer service, while significantly reducing product damage.

We can show you how to increase productivity, control labor costs, and utilize human resources and equipment more effectively and efficiently through our five-step Program:

  1. Optimization and Standardization of Existing Work Methods;
  2. Implementation of Engineered Labor Standards;
  3. Installation of our Labor Management System (LMS);
  4. Employee Orientation and Communication;
  5. Supervisory Training and Development.

Contact us today for a complimentary Feasibility Study!


When it comes to a sophisticated approach to distribution and warehouse management, working with Applied Logistics was a natural. Their systematic approach saved us money and allowed us to run our distribution of nationwide products efficiently. Our partnership benefits all at Lowe's. Joseph Mabry; Executive VP of Logistics & Distribution As one of the largest food & drug retailers in North America, Safeway Inc. is an innovative company founded on a simple value philosophy: taking care of our customers is what Applied Logistics did for us. Reliable and safe distribution and management systems allowed us to maximize our revenue. Jerry Tidwell, Sr. VP Safeway Supply Operations Applied Logistics exemplifies the values of Snap-on. Their strong ability to demonstrate integrity, always respect the company in all situations, promote our teamwork, and listen to our inputs to suggested solutions, has made us value our partnership with Applied Logistics. Over the years our distribution, transportation and warehouse management efficiency has drastically increased due to their innovative software and management process. If you are not using it, you are simply wasting your money! Gary Henning, Operations Development