Independent Exploration and Production (E&P) Company
Integration engagement focuses on an integrated relationship of procurement and supply chain functions yielding higher productivity, efficiencies, and reduction of costs attributed to inventory, facilities, labor, and indirect costs of operations.
Lower total cost of ownership, including product, labor, and administrative costs. Manage and reduce customer-owned inventories. Reduce construction times for new projects.
Operate 8 customer-dedicated facilities and 20+ remote storage locations to support day-to-day activities. Manage dedicated customer inventories within DNOW's enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, including 3rd party consignments and customer-owned materials. Reduce total cost of ownership by standardizing to DNOW core products and leveraging supplier relationships. Use mobile scanner devices to track issued materials and replenishment of remote storage units.
New customer-dedicated facilities reduced customer-owned inventories by $75 million since implementation, and closed more than 100 customer service yards. Reduced the number of suppliers by 66% through product standardization, and reduced costs on those suppliers through negotiations and volume purchases. Reduced construction times with hook-up packages that ensure order accuracy and include all parts with their associated equipment.