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KM

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SUPPLY CHAIN KM
NEWS
TRAINING
SIPOC
DOCUMENTS
STAFF
We are committed to provide the best supply chain solution experience for our customers and to be the productivity, data management and innovation leader for our industry.
Supply chains
are the networks of companies, employees, resources and information that are used to procure raw materials, transform these materials into finished products and distribute the product to the end consumer.
Supply chain management
is the implementation of policies, methodologies or initiatives aimed at increasing efficiency of the supply chain and the quality of the end product.
Our mission is to serve customers under the organization basic function by enhancing the quality, security & authenticity of products in the supply chain.
Create a neutral forum with a balanced structure for the development of collaborative, mutually beneficial solutions to supply chain issues.

1.Provide value to our customer
2.Be profitable
3.Introduce applicable solutions to problems.
4.Strategy based on fact
5.Work for the benefit of the entire manufacturing community.
6.Release right order at the right time.
7.Delivering tangible results and demonstrating significant improvements to the industry
8.Suggest recommendations to improve productivity, quality, and efficiency of operations. 9.Coordinates and resolves issues regarding existing and new products.
10.Cost Reduction and Process Improvement.
MISSION
SUPPLY CHAIN
OUR VISION
OBJECTIVES
1.Forecast and production Achievements via Efficient and effective use of our resources.
2.(On time delivery) through Closely Interact with all parties.
3.Attempting to increase Inventory Turnover Vs. (Global benchmark ).
4.Optimize the Supply Chain processes as cost effective as possible to cope with the worldwide financial increasing.
5.Attainment Perfect Ordering via independent suppliers qualification.
6.Measure and Control the Budget for all departments convoying with the profit Margin.-----------(Budgeting system)
7.Enhance Communication and cascade the needs and objectives to line Managers.
These values define who we are, what is important to us and how we behave, not only with each other, but also with our customers, suppliers and the outside.
1.
Transparency:
for better Practices in all of our business processes.
2.
Keep Our Commitments:
to our customers, teammates, business partners and shareholders.
3.
Improvement:
Raise the level of expected performance, new standards and future trends for the advancement of our company.
4.
Cost effective:
Great effort goes into making sure that the supply chain is effective and on time.
5.
Creativity
and latitude is expected.
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Timing:
is very important in any supply chain.
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Team Building:
No one person can by themselves lead us to success. We will deliver the best results to our customers and our stakeholders by collectively finding and implementing the best ideas and solution.
8.
Accountability:
As individuals and as a team we will live up to the commitments that we make to our customers, our partners, our stakeholders and each other.
Value
SOPs
FOLLOW UP DOC.
PRODUCTION PLAN
INTERNATIONAL
PURCHASING
NATIONAL PURCHASING
WAREHOUSE
PRODUCTION
MRP
FP
QUALITY
PRODUCTION
QC. PRIORITY
PURSHASING STATUS
FORECAST
R+D
PAYMENT
- 2011
ABC Inventory Control
Capacity Management
Inventory Cost
Order Quantity
- 2012
*Apply
CTD (Common technical documents (Dossier))
project to cope with the international market.
* Redirecting
Kalex filling machine
utilization for maximum productivity of Semi Solid Dept.
*A new member on way to be added to Minoxidl family (Hair back).
HAIR BACK FOAM
*Modifying the design of the current
HAIR BACK pack
( Glass color + Sprayer) to meet our customers need.
Knowledge is the treasure and Knowledge Management is the map.
Forecast VS. % produced to date
Monthly Forecast VS. Production
LOGISTICS
air freight
sea freight
PROCESS
Purchasing & Procurement.
Production Plan
Inventory Management
Logistics
Budget
Operation
Follow up
CUSTOMER
Partners
Oasis
MOH
Local market
Export area
Diff. MP departments
SUPPLIER
Partners,Oasis & Rhein
Suppliers
MP departments.
MOH.
OUTPUT
Production plan
Production Error
Master Planning Schedule (MPS)
Material Requirement Plan (MRP)
Rough Cut Capacity Plan (RCCP)
Purchase order (PO)
Forecast Error
New designs & Modifications
Manufacturing Order (MO)
INPUT
Forecast
New products know How.
New designs or modifications.
Tenders
Export orders.
Materials Supply & Replenishment.
MOH Regulations.
*A New sub dept. joined our supply chain 1st. level hierarchy.
Budgeting
OPERATION
On Time Delivery
Inventory Turn Over
Forecast Achieved
Production Achieved
0.3
0.4
0.1
0.2
Market
Tenders
Tull Manu.
Reiferon
Others
0.65
0.35
0.0
0.0
0.0
Definition:
Delivery of the released goods to the customer in its proper
timing
Criteria weight based on
Market
Tenders
Tull Manu.
Sales
Volume
Profitability
Penalties
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0.55
0.20
0.25
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+
weight/1
Criteria
Definition:
Inventory turnover
A Measure of how effectively Inventory used
Definition:
Forecasting:
is the process of making statements about events whose actual outcomes (typically) have not yet been observed.
Forecast Achieved:
is the actual or real qty. achieved Vs. the predicted.
Material Cost Variance
Perfect Order
Inventory Level
0.0
0.3
0.4
Zero Stock
Minimum Stock
0.1
0.3
0.6
0.7
0.3
PURCHASING
Quantity
Quality Conform
On Time Purchasing
0.3
Budget Measure
0.35
BUDGET
Profit Margin
0.5
. Process Continuous Improvement
. Demand Theory
. Supply Theory
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Delivery
Budget Accuracy
Price Sold with
Knowledge management (KM) comprises a range of strategies and practices used in an organization to identify, create, represent, distribute, and enable adoption of insights and experiences. Such insights and experiences comprise knowledge, either embodied in individuals or embedded in organizations as processes or practices.
Knowledge management (KM)
OBJECTIVES
Forecast and production Achievements via Efficient and effective use of our resources.
(On time delivery) through Closely Interact with all parties.
Attempting to increase Inventory Turnover Vs. (Global benchmark ).
Optimize the Supply Chain processes as cost effective as possible to cope with the worldwide financial increasing.
Attainment Perfect Ordering via independent suppliers qualification.
Measure and Control the Budget for all departments convoying with the profit Margin.-----(Budgeting system)
Enhance Communication and cascade the needs and objectives to line Managers.
* Introducing
new product from J&J
to join our manufacturing facility.
Quantity Sold
LOGISTICS
WAREHOUSE
SUPPLY CHAIN KPIs
Strategic
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0.35
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0.1
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0.1
Definition:
A performance indicator or key performance indicator (KPI) is industry jargon (term) for a type of performance measurement. KPIs are commonly used by an organization to evaluate its success or the success of a particular activity in which it is engaged
0.15
Logistics Cost
Saturated Capacity
No. of working days
% of Inventory Items Incorrectly located
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