LSI has a proven track record in supply chain management (SCM). Over the past 50 years, LSI has provided excellent SCM support to federal, state, and local governments, as well as numerous industry partners, to achieve a competitive advantage and improved customer value. We place on-site teams of sourcing, inventory, quality, and logistics experts to support your programs and have the expertise to help you change the way you manage your supply chain internally to ensure world-class performance. Our highly experienced team is equipped with the tools you need to manage the flow of goods and services and control all processes that transform raw materials into the final product that is delivered to the customer.
LSI has a proven, successful model for managing complex supply chain initiatives. Our support personnel can augment your resources or completely manage efforts with precision and flexibility.
If you want to improve performance managing complex supply chain management efforts, or you do not have the right resources to support production and sustainment programs for these efforts, then LSI can offer your company a cost-effective and winning solution.
Our team’s expertise encompasses all aspects of supply chain management: plan, source, make, delivery and logistics, and return.
LSI has successfully orchestrated aerospace logistical support programs to assist defense, aerospace, and military industries.
“The Aviation Program continues to look forward towards the future and both technology and aerial firefighting capabilities. The recent addition of the 12 Sikorsky S71 Helicopters and a future edition of the Seven Lockheed Martin C-130H model air tankers are just the beginning commitment of our expansion here in California. But none of this is possible without relationships and our internal relationships are critical with our support contractors. Although they’re contractors, I want them to feel like they are Cal Fire employees. They are part of the Cal Fire family. LSI provides procurement and inventory management services that keep our operation our aircraft operationally ready.
These external relationships are critically important.”
Chief Joe Tyler