• Breaking New Ground for Epic Drive

    • After 4 months working predominantly COVID proof from his home in Breda, Niklas Mulderij finished his internship at Epic Drive. Niklas is a student at the Breda University for Applied Science (BUas) where he studies both International Logistics Engineering and International Logistics Management. 

    • Epic Drive is an innovative and growing company, which brings along a whole suite of challenges. The question for Niklas was how Epic Drive can shape its supply chain to be ready for future growth, focusing on the supply network and inventory management. Assessing all components and parts of the Epic Drive system, as well as diving into all sub-assemblies and production-steps, Niklas was able to pinpoint the biggest areas for improvement. He presented his finding in his report called ‘Breaking New Ground: A Supply Chain Strategy for handling Epic Drive’s future growth’. In addition, he provided Epic Drive with an interactive model which assesses the biggest risks in the supply side with a suggested procurement and inventory approach.

    • It was not an easy task, as Niklas was working from home due to the COVID-19 restrictions, visiting our factory in Andelst just once. With excellent communication skills and international work-experience he succeeded in providing a valuable product for Epic Drive. The Epic Drive team thanks Niklas for his work and wish him the best of luck in his fourth and final year of his education at BUas.