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Market Research

For most organisations investment funds, and management time, are usually at a premium. It is essential these resources are used prudently and to maximum effect. Management decision making needs to be supported with good market research to maximise the likelihood that any new developments or initiatives are successful and scarce resources are not wasted.

We have a lifetime working across the logistics and supply chain industry with both the users and providers of logistics services and are well placed to support companies in decision making processes. Our in depth understanding of the latest logistical techniques, and the services available in the market, place us in an ideal position to provide both qualitative and quantitative research support within the logistics field. Our extensive database and network of industry contacts are invaluable in supporting a wide range of research activities.

During an initial meeting our logistics consultants determine project objectives, what information is already available, and where original research will be required. In many instances we are able to provide advice from our existing knowledge base.

Both desk and field research is undertaken by consultants with a sound grasp of the subject matter and able to interpret and understand the significance of results as they emerge. This is particularly important in those areas requiring qualitative as opposed to quantitative research.

We are able to provide you research support in the following areas:

Call us on 01327 349090 to speak to one of our logistics market research consultants or CONTACT US WITH YOUR MARKET RESEARCH CONSULTANCY NEEDS

Case Study

Martin Brower & McDonald’s

“The working partnership between McDonald’s, Martin Brower and logistics consultants at Davies & Robson operated in a truly very professional manner to deliver the detail analysis and practical soluti...

Bryan Jones, Managing Director, Martin-Brower

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