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3D Printing
What is 3D Printing
Printing manufacturing also called additive manufacturing, is the process of taking a 3D solid object
Charles W. Hull
stereolithography—defined as a "system for generating three-dimensional objects by creating a cross-sectional pattern of the object to be formed"—in a 1984 patent.

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Problematic Points and
Recommendations

Managing the Integrated Supply Chain

Sources

"We can make better supply chain decisions when all partners have data available instantly." — Jim Thomas, vice president of supply chain, Darden Restaurants
Inventory Turnover
Inventory Turnover=(Cost of goods sold/ Inventory investment)
The rapid movement of Inventory is key.
To be able to better evaluate standard operating procedures, Darden is using GS1 Standards (Globally

Measuring
Supply Chain Performance

Management-The objective is to build a chain of suppliers that focuses on maximizing value to the ultimate customer

Logistics & Distribution
Management

Supply-Chain Risk

Make or Buy
The purchase of goods or services, internally or externally.
Outsourcing
Many of the 300 million meals that are served to the customers has freshed seafood as the main ingredient which Darden to purchase over 40 million pounds of shrimp and millions more pounds of tilapia, swordfish, and other fresh ingredients. This is all provided by a number of outsource vendors.
The outsource network extends to nearly 40 countries
The process used to bring in fresh fish into restaurants is by sourcing the best suppliers globally. They look at import stats to find the largest suppliers that are bringing product into the U.S. They then get in contact with the vendors, and then do a plant visit in which they will determine the quality of the vendors facilities. Once the vendors are selected they will be given the process that Darden requires for managing the cold chain throughout the entire system.
The reason why Darden buys from producers instead of producing everything themselves is because in the fishing business you have to be a native of the country is produce in order to secure a license.
They have higher standards for their seafood then the FDA and this benefits their customers more, and creates brand loyalty   

Sourcing Dilemma

The company abides by Global Agriculture Alliance Standards.
Where factors such as international Supply Chain and Institute of Supply Management Principles are instilled:

Ethics of Supply Chain

Darden’s Seafood Distributing Supply Chain is Worldwide.
Darden utilizes independent suppliers from 35 different countries.
With Native speakers on site.
Distributors supply Darden Restaurants with Salmon, shrimp, tilapia, scallops, and fresh fish.
The shipment gets distributed to 16 Darden distributors in 22 different locations.
This chain provides support to their distribution network At any point in time they can have about 150 million dollars or more of seafood in their warehouses.
This chain allows them to protect themselves from some of the volatility that occurs with the harvesting of seafood. And it also allows them to become really efficient in the distribution of products into their network.


Darden does a lot of modeling to see where their suppliers are based and restaurants are located to make sure that their service is supported on a high level because the further away from the restaurant base the more difficult their service becomes to supply to customers.


Seafood Distributing Supply Chain

They are usually called the regional supply chains because they are more localized.
For example, their restaurants will buy dairy products from local dairies. These supply chains are more extensive in terms of complexity, touch points and the number of suppliers and distributors that they work with.

Independent Supply Chain

Distribution of smallware includes plateware, glassware, and even printed material distribution
It’s based in Orlando, Florida so that it can easily support all of Darden’s restaurants. This chain also provides a great level of self-service, and is very cost efficient.
There are 45 staff members that are employed in this chain.
Darden distributions buys and receives the products and distributes (ships) them when needed.
Darden Restaurants currently has 11 distributions centers, managed by US Food Distributors (MBM, Maines,and Sygma)

Distribution of Smallware

2009 Data for Publicly Traded Competitors

Central Distribution of Smallware
Independent Supply Chain
Darden Direct Distribution
Third Party Logistics Model
Seafood Warehousing Network
Provides support to the distribution Network
More than 150 million dollars in seafood in stock

Four Supply Chains


Supply chain management is the integration of the activities that procure materials and services, transform them into intermediate goods and final products, and deliver them through a distribution system in a way that maximizes competitive advantage.
Within the industry current competition is no longer between companies but between Supply Chains

Supply Chain Strategic Importance

He opened his first restaurant, called The Green Frog, at age 19. Thirty years later, Bill brought his passion for seafood to Lakeland, Florida.
In 1968, Bill opened his first Red Lobsters .
The vision that Bill had for The Red Lobster was to create a place where America could go for seafood for generations and where employees could fulfill their aspirations.

Bill Darden CEO

Darden’s family of restaurant brands is built on decades of learning from our guests.
Their culinary inspirations come from the fishing villages of Maine, the family tables of Italy and the American West – icons that reflect the rich diversity of those who visit our restaurants.
There are 8 total brands that are owned by the Darden’s Company.
Red Lobsters, Olive Garden, Long Horn Steakhouse, Bahama Breeze, Season 52, The Capital Grille, Eddie V’s and Yard House

Our Brands

Employs a third party logistics model (3PL) for the restaurants in which they work with traditional food services in a nontraditional way.
They own and manage their own inventory positions, while the experts in food service distribution manage the warehouse and the transportation.
This strategy helps them protect their supply chain by having the components that are most important to them tightly controlled or self- controlled. All awhile allowing the experts to manage those pieces that are not a part of their core competencies.

Darden Direct Distribution

Supply Chain Mission
Enable Darden’s Growth Strategy by Providing a Competitive Advantage in Quality, Service, Innovation, Cost and Diversity
Largest publicly traded casual dining company in the world
Serves over 400 million meals annually in more than 1,00 restaurants in the US and Canada
Annual sales of $6.7 billion
Operations is the strategy

Darden’s Global Company Profile

Sources food from five continents and thousands of suppliers
Four distinct supply chains
Over $1.5 billion spent annually in supply chains
Competitive advantage achieved through superior supply chain

Darden Restaurants

By Brendali Japa, Evan Cicchini, Kenisha White, Amin Baidouri

Darden’s Restaurants
Supply Chain Management

Alternatives?
Different ways of implementing the new strategy?

Discussion

Sources

Managing the Integrated Supply Chain

Supply-Chain Risk

Problematic Points and
Recommendations

"We can make better supply chain decisions when all partners have data available instantly." — Jim Thomas, vice president of supply chain, Darden Restaurants
Inventory Turnover
Inventory Turnover=(Cost of goods sold/ Inventory investment)
The rapid movement of Inventory is key.
To be able to better evaluate standard operating procedures, Darden is using GS1 Standards (Globally

Measuring
Supply Chain Performance

The company abides by Global Agriculture Alliance Standards.
Where factors such as international Supply Chain and Institute of Supply Management Principles are instilled:

Ethics of Supply Chain

Darden’s Seafood Distributing Supply Chain is Worldwide.
Darden utilizes independent suppliers from 35 different countries.
With Native speakers on site.
Distributors supply Darden Restaurants with Salmon, shrimp, tilapia, scallops, and fresh fish.
The shipment gets distributed to 16 Darden distributors in 22 different locations.
This chain provides support to their distribution network At any point in time they can have about 150 million dollars or more of seafood in their warehouses.
This chain allows them to protect themselves from some of the volatility that occurs with the harvesting of seafood. And it also allows them to become really efficient in the distribution of products into their network.


Darden does a lot of modeling to see where their suppliers are based and restaurants are located to make sure that their service is supported on a high level because the further away from the restaurant base the more difficult their service becomes to supply to customers.


Seafood Distributing Supply Chain

Employs a third party logistics model (3PL) for the restaurants in which they work with traditional food services in a nontraditional way.
They own and manage their own inventory positions, while the experts in food service distribution manage the warehouse and the transportation.
This strategy helps them protect their supply chain by having the components that are most important to them tightly controlled or self- controlled. All awhile allowing the experts to manage those pieces that are not a part of their core competencies.

Darden Direct Distribution

They are usually called the regional supply chains because they are more localized.
For example, their restaurants will buy dairy products from local dairies. These supply chains are more extensive in terms of complexity, touch points and the number of suppliers and distributors that they work with.

Independent Supply Chain

Distribution of smallware includes plateware, glassware, and even printed material distribution
It’s based in Orlando, Florida so that it can easily support all of Darden’s restaurants. This chain also provides a great level of self-service, and is very cost efficient.
There are 45 staff members that are employed in this chain.
Darden distributions buys and receives the products and distributes (ships) them when needed.
Darden Restaurants currently has 11 distributions centers, managed by US Food Distributors (MBM, Maines,and Sygma)

Distribution of Smallware

Central Distribution of Smallware
Independent Supply Chain
Darden Direct Distribution
Third Party Logistics Model
Seafood Warehousing Network
Provides support to the distribution Network
More than 150 million dollars in seafood in stock

Four Supply Chains


He opened his first restaurant, called The Green Frog, at age 19. Thirty years later,
Bill brought his passion for seafood to Lakeland, Florida.
In 1968, Bill opened his first Red Lobsters .
The vision that Bill had for The Red Lobster was to create a place where America could go for seafood for generations and w

Bill Darden CEO

Supply Chain Mission
Enable Darden’s Growth Strategy by Providing a Competitive
Advantage in Quality, Service, Innovation, Cost and Diversity
Largest publicly traded casual dining company in the world
Serves over 400 million meals annually in more than 1,00 restaurants in the US and Canada
Annual sales of $6.7 billion
Operations is the strategy

Darden’s Global Company Profile

Sources food from five continents and thousands of suppliers
Four distinct supply chains
Over $1.5 billion spent annually in supply chains
Competitive advantage achieved through superior supply chain

Darden Restaurants

Alternatives?
Different ways of implementing the new strategy?

Discussion

Management-The objective is to build a chain of suppliers that focuses on maximizing value to the ultimate customer

Logistics & Distribution
Management

Make or Buy
The purchase of goods or services, internally or externally.
Outsourcing
Many of the 300 million meals that are served to the customers has freshed seafood as the main ingredient which Darden to purchase over 40 million pounds of shrimp and millions more pounds of tilapia, swordfish, and other fresh ingredients. This is all provided by a number of outsource vendors.
The outsource network extends to nearly 40 countries
The process used to bring in fresh fish into restaurants is by sourcing the best suppliers globally. They look at import stats to find the largest suppliers that are bringing product into the U.S. They then get in contact with the vendors, and then do a plant visit in which they will determine the quality of the vendors facilities. Once the vendors are selected they will be given the process that Darden requires for managing the cold chain throughout the entire system.
The reason why Darden buys from producers instead of producing everything themselves is because in the fishing business you have to be a native of the country is produce in order to secure a license.
They have higher standards for their seafood then the FDA and this benefits their customers more, and creates brand loyalty   

Sourcing Dilemma

2009 Data for Publicly Traded Competitors

Supply chain management is the integration of the activities that procure materials and services, transform them into intermediate goods and final products, and deliver them through a distribution system in a way that maximizes competitive advantage.
Within the industry current competition is no longer between companies but between Supply Chains

Supply Chain Strategic Importance

Darden’s family of restaurant brands is built on decades of learning from our guests.
Their culinary inspirations come from the fishing villages of Maine, the family tables of Italy and the American West – icons that reflect the rich diversity of those who visit our restaurants.
There are 8 total brands that are owned by the Darden’s Company.
Red Lobsters, Olive Garden, Long Horn Steakhouse, Bahama Breeze, Season 52, The Capital Grille, Eddie V’s and Yard House

Our Brands

By Brendali Japa, Evan Cicchini, Kenisha White, Amin Baidouri

Darden’s Restaurants
Supply Chain Management

Problematic Points and
Recommendations

Supply-Chain Risk

Sources

"We can make better supply chain decisions when all partners have data available instantly." — Jim Thomas, vice president of supply chain, Darden Restaurants
Inventory Turnover
Inventory Turnover=(Cost of goods sold/ Inventory investment)
The rapid movement of Inventory is key.
To be able to better evaluate standard operating procedures, Darden is using GS1 Standards (Globally

Measuring
Supply Chain Performance

Management-The objective is to build a chain of suppliers that focuses on maximizing value to the ultimate customer

Logistics & Distribution
Management

Managing the Integrated Supply Chain

Make or Buy
The purchase of goods or services, internally or externally.
Outsourcing
Many of the 300 million meals that are served to the customers has freshed seafood as the main ingredient which Darden to purchase over 40 million pounds of shrimp and millions more pounds of tilapia, swordfish, and other fresh ingredients. This is all provided by a number of outsource vendors.
The outsource network extends to nearly 40 countries
The process used to bring in fresh fish into restaurants is by sourcing the best suppliers globally. They look at import stats to find the largest suppliers that are bringing product into the U.S. They then get in contact with the vendors, and then do a plant visit in which they will determine the quality of the vendors facilities. Once the vendors are selected they will be given the process that Darden requires for managing the cold chain throughout the entire system.
The reason why Darden buys from producers instead of producing everything themselves is because in the fishing business you have to be a native of the country is produce in order to secure a license.
They have higher standards for their seafood then the FDA and this benefits their customers more, and creates brand loyalty   

Sourcing Dilemma

Darden’s Seafood Distributing Supply Chain is Worldwide.
Darden utilizes independent suppliers from 35 different countries.
With Native speakers on site.
Distributors supply Darden Restaurants with Salmon, shrimp, tilapia, scallops, and fresh fish.
The shipment gets distributed to 16 Darden distributors in 22 different locations.
This chain provides support to their distribution network At any point in time they can have about 150 million dollars or more of seafood in their warehouses.
This chain allows them to protect themselves from some of the volatility that occurs with the harvesting of seafood. And it also allows them to become really efficient in the distribution of products into their network.


Darden does a lot of modeling to see where their suppliers are based and restaurants are located to make sure that their service is supported on a high level because the further away from the restaurant base the more difficult their service becomes to supply to customers.


Seafood Distributing Supply Chain

They are usually called the regional supply chains because they are more localized.
For example, their restaurants will buy dairy products from local dairies. These supply chains are more extensive in terms of complexity, touch points and the number of suppliers and distributors that they work with.

Independent Supply Chain

2009 Data for Publicly Traded Competitors

Central Distribution of Smallware
Independent Supply Chain
Darden Direct Distribution
Third Party Logistics Model
Seafood Warehousing Network
Provides support to the distribution Network
More than 150 million dollars in seafood in stock

Four Supply Chains


Supply chain management is the integration of the activities that procure materials and services, transform them into intermediate goods and final products, and deliver them through a distribution system in a way that maximizes competitive advantage.
Within the industry current competition is no longer between companies but between Supply Chains

Supply Chain Strategic Importance

He opened his first restaurant, called The Green Frog, at age 19. Thirty years later, Bill brought his passion for seafood to Lakeland, Florida.
In 1968, Bill opened his first Red Lobsters .
The vision that Bill had for The Red Lobster was to create a place where America could go for seafood for generations and where employees could fulfill their aspirations.

Bill Darden CEO

Darden’s family of restaurant brands is built on decades of learning from our guests.
Their culinary inspirations come from the fishing villages of Maine, the family tables of Italy and the American West – icons that reflect the rich diversity of those who visit our restaurants.
There are 8 total brands that are owned by the Darden’s Company.
Red Lobsters, Olive Garden, Long Horn Steakhouse, Bahama Breeze, Season 52, The Capital Grille, Eddie V’s and Yard House

Our Brands

Alternatives?
Different ways of implementing the new strategy?

Discussion

The company abides by Global Agriculture Alliance Standards.
Where factors such as international Supply Chain and Institute of Supply Management Principles are instilled:

Ethics of Supply Chain

Employs a third party logistics model (3PL) for the restaurants in which they work with traditional food services in a nontraditional way.
They own and manage their own inventory positions, while the experts in food service distribution manage the warehouse and the transportation.
This strategy helps them protect their supply chain by having the components that are most important to them tightly controlled or self- controlled. All awhile allowing the experts to manage those pieces that are not a part of their core competencies.

Darden Direct Distribution

Distribution of smallware includes plateware, glassware, and even printed material distribution
It’s based in Orlando, Florida so that it can easily support all of Darden’s restaurants. This chain also provides a great level of self-service, and is very cost efficient.
There are 45 staff members that are employed in this chain.
Darden distributions buys and receives the products and distributes (ships) them when needed.
Darden Restaurants currently has 11 distributions centers, managed by US Food Distributors (MBM, Maines,and Sygma)

Distribution of Smallware

Supply Chain Mission
Enable Darden’s Growth Strategy by Providing a Competitive Advantage in Quality, Service, Innovation, Cost and Diversity
Largest publicly traded casual dining company in the world
Serves over 400 million meals annually in more than 1,00 restaurants in the US and Canada
Annual sales of $6.7 billion
Operations is the strategy

Darden’s Global Company Profile

Sources food from five continents and thousands of suppliers
Four distinct supply chains
Over $1.5 billion spent annually in supply chains
Competitive advantage achieved through superior supply chain

Darden Restaurants

By Brendali Japa, Evan Cicchini, Kenisha White, Amin Baidouri

Darden’s Restaurants
Supply Chain Management

here employees could fulfill their aspirations.
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