Welcome to Agile Logistic Solutions

Agile Logistic Solutions (Agile) provides Integrated Logistic Support (ILS), Engineering and Supply expertise to Defence Industry, the Australian Defence Forces (ADF) and Commercial organisations. We believe that the key attribute we offer is that our staff are experienced practitioners who have worked on all sides of the ILS, Engineering and Supply spectrum: for the ADF, Defence Industry, as well as Commercial.  Agile’s core area of expertise is the application of ILS in all stages of the acquisition cycle, including support requirements determination, acquisition and through-life management. At Agile we understand the inter-relationships between the support elements and the importance of the “integrated” aspect of these elements. In addition, we are able to provide small business with expertise in development of Content Management Systems for use as internet and intranet web sites for their business and advanced Microsoft Excel and Access database development.


In today’s environment of complex, high technology and high cost systems, achieving availability targets and ensuring the best value for money is a universal challenge. Maximising your return on investment in expensive capital equipment depends on support systems that are tailored to meet your unique requirements through integrated logistics support (ILS) planning. Agile has the experience to know that applying ILS principles as early as possible in the system’s life cycle ensures supportability issues are factored into the final solution and leads to the most effective outcomes.

Agile has a flexible and holistic approach to ILS, aimed at producing practical outcomes for our clients. We provide the full range of ILS services, appropriately tailored to meet your particular requirements, regardless of the system’s life cycle stage. Our ILS philosophy is applicable to, and used extensively in the Australian Defence Force and other Government and commercial environments, individually or collectively, to support minor and major acquisition programs or in service activities.

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The increasing complexity and sophistication of large space systems, transport and military aircraft, transport networks and information systems is placing increased emphasis on the use of systems engineering in production and acquisition. Manufacture and management tasks are often high risk and in the past have resulted in large cost overruns, schedule slippages and, in some cases, program cancellation due to the lack of a systems engineering approach. Agile is aware of the need to be sensitive to organisational interfaces while adequately defining and controlling requirements to mitigate the risks within the evolving guidelines of systems engineering.

The focus of Agile’s approach to systems engineering is to draw together the necessary technical expertise to develop holistic solutions to the requirements at hand   ensuring that all requirements are met and validated, or any shortfalls are identified as early as possible in the acquisition or production process.

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Recent trends in international procurement, sophisticated information technologies and the globalisation of operations and markets have made supply chain management a challenge and at the same time an opportunity. Indeed, supply chain management is rapidly becoming the most important aspect of business success and is one of today’s leading strategies for business process re-engineering, cost saving and revenue enhancement.

Effective integration of your supply chain can save you millions of dollars, while simultaneously improving customer service and reducing inventories. Even greater gains are possible by bringing supply chain strategies to the table early in product development and design plans.

Agile helps you manage your supply chain effectively and efficiently so your business can thrive, thanks to a major competitive advantage.

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