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Rob O’Byrne Info

Rob O’ByrneRob O’Byrne is the founder, owner and CEO of Logistics Bureau providing a broad range of
Supply Chain and Logistics consulting and benchmarking services. Rob has over 30 years experience
in Supply Chain and Logistics and has an MSc in Logistics from Cranfield University in the UK.

Whilst Rob calls Sydney home, he operates from Logistics Bureau’s offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Bangkok, Singapore and Ho Chi Minh City where Logistics Bureau provides services to many of the world’s leading businesses and organisations. 

Rob’s areas of specific interest are in Supply Chain strategy alignment and concepts such as cost to serve which he uses to assist organisations to improve performance and reduce costs.

Group Managing Director - Logistics Bureau
PA:        Jaris@LogisticsBureau.com
E-Mail:   Robyrne@logisticsbureau.com
Mobile: +61 417 417 307
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Latest Articles

  • 28/05/2013   Major Supply Chain Trends for 2013 and What Many Companies Might Miss

    How do those three words “supply chain trend” grab you? Perhaps there’s a sense of something new; issues to be resolved maybe, but also opportunities to be seized, with a notion of change that lets you savour developments as they unfold.

  • 10/12/2012   Logistics Outsourcing Tips – a Practical Guide Part 3

    OK, so as I explained in Part One, that in my view logistics outsourcing is like a marriage! And so I’m providing this three part article to help you with these sometimes challenging relationships. Outsourcing that is……I’m certainly no marriage counsellor.

  • 07/11/2012   Logistics Outsourcing Tips – a Practical Guide Part 2

    OK, so as I explained in Part One last month, that in my view at least, logistics outsourcing is like a marriage! And so I’m providing this three part article to help you with these sometimes challenging relationships. Outsourcing that is……I’m certainly no marriage counsellor.

  • 02/11/2012   Cost to Serve Part 2 - Rob O’Byrne

    So last time in Part 1, we discussed the impact of small orders and cost to serve within the distribution centre and warehouses. You can read Part 1 here.

  • 22/10/2012   Logistics Outsourcing Tips – a Practical Guide

    I’ve been involved in well over 100 outsourcing projects (I’ve lost count), from both sides of the fence. Helping customers get the right outsourcing partner in place and also helping 3PLs develop their solutions and cost models. So I’m happy to share these tips with you in the hope that they will help you find the right outsourcing partners:

  • 07/08/2012   Cost to Serve Part 1- Rob O’Byrne

    Some of you will know that I have a ‘thing’ about cost to serve and seem to talk about it at the drop of a hat. “Maybe that’s all he knows about” you might be thinking?

  • 22/05/2012   Supply Chain KPI's – The stuff you really need to know

    We’ve all seen it. The phone-book like reports full of KPIs. Or the noticeboard 10 metres long, with charts for every aspect of performance. But using KPIs to effectively manage and improve your business is about quality, not quantity.

  • 01/09/2011   Supply Chain Secrets - A must have!

    Rob O'Byrne and the Logistics Bureau team have just released the first of a series of books on Supply Chain and Logistics. Advance copies were made available at the Smart 2011 conference in Sydney and were sold for Charity. All proceeds going to 'Youth off the Streets'.

  • 03/09/2010   Location, Location, Location…..Is it really that important?

    We are constantly told by Real Estate companies that the three most important elements of any real estate purchase are location, location, location. But does this really hold true for industrial real estate and in particular distribution centres (DCs) and warehouses? I would like to argue….not quite!