What we do
Unique Supply Chain Solutions (USCS) will improve your service levels and reduce cost by increasing transparency throughout your supply chain. Information about your goods or shipment at your fingertips no matter which system or location the information originates.
With USCS decisions are now based on dynamic, accurate and complete data, whenever and wherever you choose. This is made possible by innovative technology developed by Tagologic called TTag, which includes safe and secure role-based access to all information available. TTag allows us to offer supply chains the technological solution that has been lacking until now. TTag uniquely identifies an item (eg an individual good, container etc) and retrieves information related to the item from anywhere on the world wide web. Transferring and standardizing data is no longer necessary.
USCS is Tagologic's exclusive partner for the supply chain allowing us to implement TTag in your organization.
How we do it
USCS understands and highlights the benefits of all partners in your supply chain. We believe in a step-by-step approach.


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We implement TTAG in your organization and assist you in building custom made models to access the information available. We are fortunate to be able to combine our process-, logistical, and management experience with the opportunities TTAG provides.

Our implementation strategy in short

USCS facilitates supply chain optimization step-by-step; commitment of all parties involved increases as the project progresses and becomes increasingly more promising. Commitment is considered crucial and will be obtained on executive/ managerial as well as on operational levels. In general the following steps are recognized; however, these steps are not necessarily the same for each and every project/case:

  • Quick scan: exploration of areas for improvement with a recommendation on how to realize the projected improvements and financial results. It is imperative at this stage that all partners in the supply chain recognize the added value of the proposals.
  • Project starts with a detailed analysis of the current situation in terms of processes, data and information systems used (Ist), an outline of the desired situation (Soll) and a detailed cost/benefits analysis (Business case) together with all parties involved.
  • Pilot / Test phase: The anticipated process changes (including the improvements supported by T-TAG) will be worked out in a prototype in order to establish whether the proposals are actually meeting the expectations. The business case is reevaluated at the same time and repeated commitment from all parties involved will be requested.
  • Implementation: Supply chain partners implement changes to processes and systems where necessary. The implementation is supported by a detailed project plan consisting of a.o.: objectives, scope, action plan, organization and governance, and finances. USCS continues to assists in this phase where necessary.
  • Project end: Last evaluation of the Business case. Supply chain partners will be able from now on to manage changes to the supply chain processes and systems, and partnerships without USCS involvement.

How you benefit

Here are the main benefits for your supply chain. This is independent of whether you are in control of your whole supply chain or whether you are part of a larger network of partners in the supply chain.

  • Cost reduction and increased service level;
  • End-to-end transparency and visibility (track & trace permanently available via Dashboards);
  • Via the world wide web permanently connected to your goods, partners, and customers;
  • Goods are always traceable and recognizable thanks to worldwide unique identification;
  • Easy to connect to new (inter) national network partners;
  • Product authentication as a result of interconnection with source systems (no more counterfeit);
  • Transferring and standardizing data is no longer necessary;
  • Custom-made dashboard provides you with the information required;
  • Proactive as opposed to reactive management because of available alerts, urging you to be in control and take action;
  • Authorizes and oversees role-based access and usage of data available;
  • Can be applied in and between all sectors (sector and context independent);


Our vision
Society constantly places new demands with a growing complexity on government and industry. Complexity that can be solved only in contextual coherence. This is especially true for supply chains: effective collaboration with other companies, platform organisations, ministries and other governmental agencies is becoming of imperative importance.
In supply chains and networks we see a considerable and continuously growing need for efficient exchange of data (transparency / visibility in the supply chain) in order to strengthen the competitive position. In many instances multiple organisations (airlines, shipping lines, freight forwarders, inspections etc.) have information on statuses and planning of consignments relating to only their own data exchange with the authorities or with partners in the supply chain. This results in fragmented availability of data. For a total overview, or for information regarding already completed and future steps in the supply chain, organisations must rely on others. Organisations executing additional modes of transport (road, rail and Inland navigation) are dependent on when and how the information will become available. An overall overview of unambiguous information to fine-tune logistics in the supply chain is often lacking, which results in unnecessary costs and unreliable service levels.
In order to increase supply chain visibility various initiatives have been undertaken. Having been involved in Supply Chains and Trade Facilitation in both the private and public sector for many years we have gained a good overview of existing technical and legal limitations of these initiatives.
It is because of this, that we are excited to be given the opportunity to introduce T-Tag in the supply chain sector. With T-Tag, Tagologic gives us the opportunity to offer supply chains the technical solution that has been lacking until now. Therefore without any reservation we decided to establish USCS and to facilitate this breakthrough.

Arnold de Zwart



General Manager and supply chain consultant. Many years of broad experience obtained in the areas of shipping, transportation, logistics, public transport, technical innovation, sales distribution of medical equipment, security, and medical care. This experience has been gathered by working for leading multinationals, publicly owned companies, hospitals and medium/smaller-scale businesses. The past ten years as one of the initiators involved with Single Window implementation in relation to Trade Facilitation. Recently completed a stakeholder consultation concerning Inland Navigation for the project RIS (River Information Services) enabled Corridor Management in Europe for the Department of Waterways and Public Works (Rijkswaterstaat) and their European partners.

Robin van Zoest



Supply chain strategy consultant. Knows what is needed to build alliances, public private partnerships and how to arrive at (supply chain) cooperation that lasts. Robin has spent the last five years promoting Single Window implementation in the Netherlands for the Trade and Transport Sector working amongst other for the Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Customs Department. Before that Robin held several functions in the telecommunications sector. Currently involved with the implementation of the Maritime Single Window at the Department of Waterways and Public Works (Rijkswaterstaat). Prime focus is to implement required changes by aligning government processes and systems whilst at the same time minimizing impact for market parties involved.

Technology partner:


Tagologic is an innovative Dutch technology company that developed and patented a technology to worldwide unique code, specify, and identify all digital and physical objects.
The Tagologic TAG is designed for multiple branches and products:

  • Extended product information
  • Counterfeit
  • Chain optimization and transparency

Contact information:

Arnold de Zwart
Phone: +31 6 54964502
E-mail: arnold@usc-solutions.nl
LinkedIn

Robin van Zoest
Phone: +31 6 24657490
E-mail: robin@usc-solutions.nl
LinkedIn

Mail adress USCS:
USC-Solutions
Ooievaarlaan 26
2566WV Den Haag

E-mail: info@usc-solutions.nl

What we do

"Unique approach and innovative solution"

What we do
Unique Supply Chain Solutions (USCS) will improve your service levels and reduce cost by increasing transparency throughout your supply chain. Information about your goods or shipment at your fingertips no matter which system or location the information originates. With USCS decisions are now based on dynamic, accurate and complete data, whenever and wherever you choose. This is made possible by innovative technology developed by Tagologic called TTag, which includes safe and secure role-based access to all information available. TTag allows us to offer supply chains the technological solution that has been lacking until now. TTag uniquely identifies an item (eg an individual good, container etc) and retrieves information related to the item from anywhere on the world wide web. Transferring and standardizing data is no longer necessary. USCS is Tagologic's exclusive partner for the supply chain allowing us to implement TTag in your organization.
How we do it

"From technology to implementation

How we do it
USCS understands and highlights the benefits of all partners in your supply chain. We believe in a step-by-step approach.


Click for more details

We implement TTAG in your organization and assist you in building custom made models to access the information available. We are fortunate to be able to combine our process-, logistical, and management experience with the opportunities TTAG provides.

Our implementation strategy in short USCS facilitates supply chain optimization step-by-step; commitment of all parties involved increases as the project progresses and becomes increasingly more promising. Commitment is considered crucial and will be obtained on executive/ managerial as well as on operational levels. In general the following steps are recognized; however, these steps are not necessarily the same for each and every project/case:

  • Quick scan: exploration of areas for improvement with a recommendation on how to realize the projected improvements and financial results. It is imperative at this stage that all partners in the supply chain recognize the added value of the proposals.
  • Project starts with a detailed analysis of the current situation in terms of processes, data and information systems used (Ist), an outline of the desired situation (Soll) and a detailed cost/benefits analysis (Business case) together with all parties involved.
  • Pilot / Test phase: The anticipated process changes (including the improvements supported by T-TAG) will be worked out in a prototype in order to establish whether the proposals are actually meeting the expectations. The business case is reevaluated at the same time and repeated commitment from all parties involved will be requested.
  • Implementation: Supply chain partners implement changes to processes and systems where necessary. The implementation is supported by a detailed project plan consisting of a.o.: objectives, scope, action plan, organization and governance, and finances. USCS continues to assists in this phase where necessary.
  • Project end: Last evaluation of the Business case. Supply chain partners will be able from now on to manage changes to the supply chain processes and systems, and partnerships without USCS involvement.
How you benefit

"Reduce cost and increase service level"

How you benefit

Here are the main benefits for your supply chain. This is independent of whether you are in control of your whole supply chain or whether you are part of a larger network of partners in the supply chain.

Our vision
Our vision
Society constantly places new demands with a growing complexity on government and industry. Complexity that can be solved only in contextual coherence. This is especially true for supply chains: effective collaboration with other companies, platform organisations, ministries and other governmental agencies is becoming of imperative importance.
In supply chains and networks we see a considerable and continuously growing need for efficient exchange of data (transparency / visibility in the supply chain) in order to strengthen the competitive position. In many instances multiple organisations (airlines, shipping lines, freight forwarders, inspections etc.) have information on statuses and planning of consignments relating to only their own data exchange with the authorities or with partners in the supply chain. This results in fragmented availability of data. For a total overview, or for information regarding already completed and future steps in the supply chain, organisations must rely on others. Organisations executing additional modes of transport (road, rail and Inland navigation) are dependent on when and how the information will become available. An overall overview of unambiguous information to fine-tune logistics in the supply chain is often lacking, which results in unnecessary costs and unreliable service levels.
In order to increase supply chain visibility various initiatives have been undertaken. Having been involved in Supply Chains and Trade Facilitation in both the private and public sector for many years we have gained a good overview of existing technical and legal limitations of these initiatives.
It is because of this, that we are excited to be given the opportunity to introduce T-Tag in the supply chain sector. With T-Tag, Tagologic gives us the opportunity to offer supply chains the technical solution that has been lacking until now. Therefore without any reservation we decided to establish USCS and to facilitate this breakthrough.

Who we are

Arnold de Zwart


General Manager and supply chain consultant. Many years of broad experience obtained in the areas of shipping, transportation, logistics, public transport, technical innovation, sales distribution of medical equipment, security, and medical care. This experience has been gathered by working for leading multinationals, publicly owned companies, hospitals and medium/smaller-scale businesses. The past ten years as one of the initiators involved with Single Window implementation in relation to Trade Facilitation. Recently completed a stakeholder consultation concerning Inland Navigation for the project RIS (River Information Services) enabled Corridor Management in Europe for the Department of Waterways and Public Works (Rijkswaterstaat) and their European partners.


Robin van Zoest


Supply chain strategy consultant. Knows what is needed to build alliances, public private partnerships and how to arrive at (supply chain) cooperation that lasts. Robin has spent the last five years promoting Single Window implementation in the Netherlands for the Trade and Transport Sector working amongst other for the Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Customs Department. Before that Robin held several functions in the telecommunications sector. Currently involved with the implementation of the Maritime Single Window at the Department of Waterways and Public Works (Rijkswaterstaat). Prime focus is to implement required changes by aligning government processes and systems whilst at the same time minimizing impact for market parties involved.


Technology partner:

Tagologic is an innovative Dutch technology company that developed and patented a technology to worldwide unique code, specify, and identify all digital and physical objects.
The Tagologic TAG is designed for multiple branches and products:

  • Extended product information
  • Counterfeit
  • Chain optimization and transparency



Contact

Contact information:

Arnold de Zwart
Phone: +31 6 54964502
E-mail: arnold@usc-solutions.nl
LinkedIn

Robin van Zoest
Phone: +31 6 24657490
E-mail: robin@usc-solutions.nl
LinkedIn

Post adress USCS:
USC-Solutions
Ooievaarlaan 26
2566WV Den Haag

E-mail: info@usc-solutions.nl