Logistics & Transport - Mews Partners

Olivier Feingold

Managing Partner Innovation | ENSEM

Christophe Bressange

Managing Partner Operations | EMLyon

“ The key to differentiating oneself lies in the ability to offer innovative services based on smart data and in the ability to offer end to end visibility in real time.”

Olivier Feingold


Olivier first held operational positions in industry (energy, electrical equipment) as an industrialization engineer, quality manager, PLM project manager, product development project manager. He joined Mews Partners in 2002. He provides numerous expert assignments relating to the performance of development processes, the implementation of Data Driven organization and information systems management, in the energy, aeronautics, shipbuilding, automotive, electronics and equipment sectors. He manages Mews Innovation.

Christophe Bressange


Christophe is a graduate of EM Lyon and has more than 15 years of experience in leading supply chain consulting firms. He also held operational management positions for 7 years in the Geodis group and the Casino group. Christophe joined the Operations practice to bring his knowledge of the GIC, Retail, Transport & Logistics sectors, as well as his experience in international supply chain transformation projects. He manages Mews Operations.

Traditional players in the transport and logistics sector are facing many challenges: increasing maturity of shippers in the purchase of services, e-commerce players who are raising market standards in terms of data to be supplied (transport) and automation needs (logistics), the arrival of start-ups offering digitized services, growing competition linked to the emergence of new players (Amazon, shipping companies,…).

We help logistics and transport providers succeed in this transformation by identifying with them opportunities for new services and productivity improvements offered by new technologies, improving the efficiency and agility of their organization, and optimizing their information systems.


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New technologies and smart data

Three technologies are likely to have a major impact on the maritime transport sector in the coming years: Artificial Intelligence (reliability of boarding forecasts, optimization of maintenance), connected objects (real-time tracking) and block chain (securing transactions). Two prerequisites are necessary to take advantage of these new opportunities: having “smart data” and acquiring the tools/skills to analyze them!

TMS: the era of maturity at last ?

Driven by the growing complexity of shippers’ Supply Chains and customers’ needs to obtain regular, real-time information on their orders, the TMS market is experiencing strong growth. TMS enables shippers to better control the quality and costs of their transport operations. For carriers, it is at the heart of operational productivity and the primary data provider.

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Quotation and bookings optimization for a freight forwarder

We have developed with the client’s teams a tool to improve operational productivity by using algorithms and optimized user ergonomics.

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Performance diagnosis of an international Supply Chain

We carried out a diagnosis of the performance of the Supply Chain execution processes for the trading subsidiary of a sugar manufacturer.

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