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Toyota—— Supply Chain Management
Transcript of Toyota—— Supply Chain Management
Supplier S1, S2, and S3 in cluster C1 are picked up by truck T1 and delivered to cross-dock CD1.
Then, truck T3 picks up parts from CD1 and delivers them to plant P1.
Finally, truck T5 picks up parts from CD1 and delivers them to plant P2.
Oversea Inbound logistics
North American Toyota production began in 1984 and has grown steadily over the years.
Toyota has built more than 25 million cars and trucks in North America
Over 5 million vehicles have been manufactured in Canada alone.
TOYOTA—— Supply Chain Management
Vision & Mission
Mission Statement: "To attract and attain customers with high-valued products and services and the most satisfying ownership experience in America."
Vision Statement: "To be the most successful and respected car company in America."
Toyota Production System(TPS)
An integrated socio-technical system
Organizes manufacturing and logistics for the automobile manufacturer
Engine under which lean manufacturing, quality systems, just-in-time, and continuous improvement practices have been developed.
TOYOTA is facing enormous challenges over its problems with recalls.
TOYOTA may have grown more rapidly than its quality systems could keep up with.
In addition, its suppliers are unable to offer some materials with good quality
Toyota manager may use a mixed strategy, such as a competitive approach for commodity-like suppliers and a cooperative approach for complex, high-valued service and materials.
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Two options for shipment of vehicles to the dealers
Using of the vanning center.
Parts are packed into plastic trays
Arranged into groups to fit into a module for shipment
Loaded into containers for shipment
Minimal production cost, high quality, and technology innovation, and a good philosophical fit with Toyota. Focus on long-term relationships that underscores cooperation teamwork, and gradual mutual improvement
Value analysis - intensive examination of the services, materials, processes, information systems, and flows of material.
Single sourcing strategy - helps to optimize the company’s supply chain, lower production costs and produce better value for shareholders and customers.
make frequent deliveries in small lot sizes through synchronization and optimization of inventory levels
Forces suppliers to be closer by exchange production information, technical information and logistic information
Tier Structure. like pyramid structure from first-tier suppliers to third-tier suppliers.
Information sharing- establish BAMA (Bluegrass Automotive Manufacturers Association) to sharing or feedback information between suppliers
Cross-sharing of personnel management through:
sending personal to suppliers to compensate for greater workload
transferring senior managers to suppliers for top positions
Benefits of TPS
More than 750 suppliers in North American
2000 route runs, and 835,000 miles per day
Toyota has 11 Plant Customers in network
Five core trucking logistics partners
Two core consolidation logistics partners
Has 1,500 dealers
Reducing the waste as much as possible.
Less movement of the producing labor, leads to less time in producing
Every step of the production can be checked, go smoothly and without any mistakes.
Seek partnerships with supplier under the different type of products. TOYOTA should be consider price, quality and time when select supplier. Especially focus on supplier certification audited by a third part, such as ISO 9001.
Minimize issues with purchase of materials and service parts.
Reduces threats of inventory management.
May bring increased experience and knowledge.