qlsl Integrated Logistic Support
  • Cost Effective Support Solution
  • Reliability and Maintainability Predictions
  • ILS Consultancy or ILS Consultants
  • Effective Maintenance Planning
  • Support Decision Analysis


Quorum Logistic Support Limited (Quorum) is an independent and forward thinking consultancy providing Integrated Logistic Support (ILS) and related services such as Safety, Risk and Project Management to a number of business sectors for over 13 years. Our projects range from systems requiring low maintenance to high technological and complex programmes within the land, sea and air environments.

Our high calibre consultants have extensive experience and expertise in data capture, analysis and modelling techniques. These abilities tempered with strong management skills ensure delivery of projects within timescales, to budget and meet performance requirements without compromising customer capability. If your project needs a tailored supportability engineering solution based upon the following activities:

Reliability & Maintainability Spares Analysis Technical Documentation User/Maintainer Training Safety Analysis & Management Risk Analysis & Management Project Management
Supportability Analysis
We can help you meet your customer requirements.
ILS - Integrated Logistic Support  


Quorum has provided analysis expertise and support on a range of high profile projects such as Panther, BOWMAN, MAN Support Vehicle, GDUK FRES Scout SV, BAE Systems Terrier and LMUK WCSP. The activities covered the development of plans and documentation during bid phases and supply of resources after contract award. We managed and conducted risk analysis on Panther and MAN Support Vehicle for the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and Ministry of Defence (MoD) including Scout SV on behalf of LMUK.

On the BAE Systems Terrier project, Quorum provided the ILS Manager, Logistic Support Analysis (LSA) Engineers and Technical Documentation Specialists. The team successfully managed and delivered against the contractual requirements to achieve the Logistic Support Date (LSD) and the In-Service Date (ISD).

For LMUK, Quorum provided R&M and team review services during the bid phase. We are currently providing the Safety Lead Engineer and System Safety Engineers for WCSP and Scout SV programmes.
  ILS Technical Services  


  Using our expertise in analysing systems and equipment to the lowest indenture level helps us to understand how systems need to be operated and maintained.

Our analysis considers a range of elements such as the impact of the operating environment, reliability, maintenance regime, spares, manpower, skills and the associated support & test equipment which are all contributing factors to cost efficiencies, operational effectiveness and ultimately availability of the system or equipment.

We work with available data from system or equipment manufacturers and generate a cohesive “complete system” maintenance regime that considers minimal downtime and optimal maintenance.
  Supportability Analysis  


  As part of any activity, we conduct an initial scoping study and tailor the tasks based on experience and project needs; the selected tasks are chosen on the basis that they will be most beneficial in terms of identifying the infrastructure, associated vehicles and their intended operation.

Due consideration is given to fixed installations, maintenance requirements, modes of transport and how it is operated including policies and procedures.

We assess and determine the reliability down to a piece part, we utilise analysis tools to establish failure modes, causes and effects and then develop necessary processes and procedures to ensure that an effective maintenance policy and the required support is in place to take account of any Key Performance Indicators (KPI) or agreed targets which have to be met.
  FMECA or Failure Modes Analysis


  Quorum carried out a feasibility study in the relocation of a complex manufacturing facility. The study covered all areas such as: production, test, packaging, storage, lifting equipment, offices and shop floor. Source data used for the study consisted of drawings detailing proposed location of each area, photographs and site visits.

Some of the additional issues addressed included capital costs of the relocation, potential impact on the business during lost production time, transfer of skills, any associated relocation packages and travel time by staff during and after transition.

Detailed budgetary cost allocations were developed identifying all costs associated with each element including the requirement for any additional off-site temporary offices to ensure continued working. All findings were presented in a comprehensive report including conclusions and recommendations.