Supply Chain Management

Jim Hoffman has more than 45 years of supply chain experience with distributors. He has found innovative ways to increase productivity, manage logistics, reduce costs, and show the way for businesses to leverage their common interests to serve their customers.


Any discussion of supply chain management must include activity based costing, transaction consolidation, procurement methods and costs, and the newest and best uses of technology. In addition, wise businesses are in a constant pursuit of process improvement that is measurable as well as valued by the customers they serve.

"Profit is not a dirty word. It is what allows an owner to be good to his employees."