Transcript: Mission statement · Purchase at a specific order-point · We do not know the order before our costumers have made the piece since we offer costumised jewellery · No stock Suppliers Logistic efficiency · Outsourcing production - Design as core competence · Precious metal - Gold, silver, stones · From company in Thailand Stock management We strive to be the worlds most acknowledged jewellery brand and we will try to achieve this by; expanding our VIOLA branded distribution channels, exploiting our entire portfolio, using our own tailored approach to new geographic areas and expand our company’s global brand. - Amanda, Elizabeth and Nadia Raw materials · Create, design and promote qualitative handmade jewelery · Products are rings, bracelets, necklaces and earrings · Costumers can create and personalize their own pieces of jewelery · Differentiation strategy in order to be different from our competitors in our design Choosing a supplier · JIT-method · Cooperation-based purchasing strategy · Demands · CSR orientated · Child labor, bad conditions for the workers Purchasing process · Preparing a voucher · Complaining Logistics presentation on Viola Introduction
Transcript: Luciérnaga Evaluate Different Shipping Routes Contract directly with Shipping Companies Establish Warehouse in the North Overall Cost Savings Cost and time savings More control of supply chain No need for trucking company Allows for expansion south and east Why not to warehouse in the North Electrification and demand Corinto Port Nicaragua expansion Stay centralized to meet volatile demand Crime rates Ship to the Port of Corinto Redesign Distribution Network Not Warehousing in the North Not using outside trucking company Cost Savings of $858.65 LH7 - Matt Fergen, Eli Demmer, Wes Eikmeier and Chris Feller Body Internal Risks Body Body Roads conditions Criminals posing as police Border crossing Required Documentation (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Puerto Cortes, Honduras 30,000 DWT Capacity Can Accommodate 10 Vessels 4,000 Feet Of Docking Space US and Europe Primary Destinations Network Redesign Takeaways CACM (Central American Common Market) Duty free shipments Member countries apply a common external tariff for products imported outside the CACM Assumed this was applied in costs from Luciernaga Budapest San Francisco Problem Statement Body Stockholm (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Body Problem Statement Assumptions Ocean Freight Cost Analysis Port Choice Internal Transportation Distribution Network Design Warehousing in the North Cost Savings (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Body Internal Shipping Summary Body Body Head Body Body Suggestions Puerto Cortes to Tegucigalpa: $2,251 Corinto to Tegucigalpa: $2,010 Cost Savings: $240 Body Ocean Freight Port-to-Port Cost Savings CAFTA (Central America Free Trade Agreement) Honduras, Nicaragua and United States Eliminates tariffs Opens markets Reduces barriers to services Promotes transparency Assumptions (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Future expansion into Nicaragua Current use of hub and spoke network Equal tariffs across all borders Similar freight forwarding costs in each country Corinto, Nicaragua Main port of Nicaragua Naturally protected harbor Equipped with mobile cranes Operated by the Empresa Portuaria Nacional Future improvement to compete with other Central American ports Free-Trade Zone Valid Passport of Driver Certificate of Origin Commercial Invoice Packaging List Bill of Lading Importing Documentation Value Declaration Health and Sanitary Certificates Body Presentation Outline
Transcript: Fashion Logistics Rapid changeovers from one collection to another, seasonal peaks and globally Integrated production systems virtually no other sector relies so heavily on flexible and intelligent logistics solutions as the fashion and lifestyle industries. If you want to be in the right place at the right time, and look good when you get there! Consolidation and Distribution Major Fashion Logistics Firms Fashion Logistics Style has no border nor does logistics Logi Fashion Main function of logistics in fashion TNT Computerized inventory system Other services Storage and warehousing Pick and Pack
Transcript: THỰC TRẠNG HOẠT ĐỘNG LOGISTICS CỦA TẬP ĐOÀN CAFE TRUNG NGUYÊN TỪ 2015 ĐẾN NAY NỘI DUNG NỘI DUNG 1 2 3 4 5 CƠ SỞ LÝ THUYẾT GIỚI THIỆU KHÁI QUÁT VỀ DOANH NGHIỆP THỰC TRẠNG LOGISTICS CỦA DOANH NGHIỆP TỪ 2015 ĐẾN NAY PHÂN TÍCH SWOT GIẢI PHÁP VÀ KIẾN NGHỊ CƠ SỞ LÝ THUYẾT CƠ SỞ LÝ THUYẾT KHÁI NIỆM Logistics là hoạt động quản lý quá trình vận chuyển vào lưu kho của: Nguyên vật liệu đi vào xí nghiệp; Hàng hoá, bán thành trong quá trình sản xuất; Sản phẩm cuối cùng đi ra khỏi xí nghiệp KHÁI NIỆM DỊCH VỤ LOGISTICS PHÂN LOẠI 3.THEO ĐỐI TƯỢNG HÀNG HÓA - LOGISTICS HÀNG TIÊU DÙNG NHANH - LOGISTICS NGÀNH Ô TÔ - LOGISTICS HÓA CHẤT - LOGISTICS HÀNG ĐIỆN TỬ - LOGISTICS DẦU KHÍ 1.THEO HÌNH THỨC - 1PL - 2PL - 3PL - 4PL - 5PL 2.THEO QUÁ TRÌNH - LOGISTICS ĐẦU VÀO - LOGISTICS ĐẦU RA - LOGISTICS NGƯỢC NỘI DUNG 1. VẬN TẢI 2. LƯU KHO, DỰ TRỮ 3. BỘ PHẬN SỬ CHỮA VÀ DỰ PHÒNG 4. NHÂN SỰ VÀ ĐÀO TẠO 5. TÀI LIỆU KĨ THUẬT 6. THIẾT BỊ KIỂM TRA VÀ HỖ TRỢ Mission Retrospective Mission Retrospective What didn't work What we did well Updated Sales Goals Updated Sales Goals " " THỰC TRẠNG Customers On Board Customers Wins Use cases Value proposition Business impact Changes in the market Changes in the market Competitive Update Competitive Update PHASE 2: PHASE 3: PHASE 4: PHASE 1: PHÂN TÍCH SWOT PHÂN TÍCH SWOT 1. 2. 3. 4. ĐIỂM MẠNH ĐIỂM YẾU CƠ HỘI THÁCH THỨC New Products New Products Training for new products Training for new products Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Top performers Top performers Name Job title Name Job title Name Job title 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Sales Plans & Territories GIẢI PHÁP Territories Territories Iceland Hungary Australia USA Quotas Quotas Junior Senior +32% +50% expected sell in 2018 expected sell in 2019 Channels Channels Consumer/End user Organization Whole sellers Distributors Retailers Process Working Cross Organization Stage 4 Stage 3 Stage 2 Stage 1 1. 2. 3. 4. Process Working Cross Organization
Transcript: SUPPLY PLANNING diagnostic DIAGNOSTIC STOCKS over-process codification warehouse ISSUES: OTIF (On Time In Full) = IPP logistics big data planning PLANNING EXCEL STOCKS BEJERMAN WAREHOUSE tools EXPENSES CONTROL METHOD CTIT control LOGISTICS MASTER PLAN EXECUTION EXECUTION PRE-PRODUCTION RECEPTION STOCK PROCESSES OTHERS % SCRAP PROCESS & FORMS FORMS & CONTROL OCCUPANCY AND PRECISION STOCK REPORTS OCCUPATION OF LINES smart buying MRP OCCUPANCY FINISHED GOODS REPORT REPORTS OCCUPANCY BY DRY GOODS CONTROL CONTROL PURCHASE OF DRY GOODS DEFINE RANGES COST STRUCTURE ALLIANCES LOGISTICS EXPENSES batch NEGOTIATION CONTROL METHOD INVENTORY ACCURACY BUDGET deviation EVALUATION EVALUATION PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE CODING STANDARDIZATION OBSOLESCENCE EXPIRATION NEW POSITION: CONTROLLER COMEX product growth 30% Finished 70% bag in box DRY GOODS CONTROL STOCK CONTROL pre-production SCRAP CONTROL continuous improvement continuous improvement improvements
Transcript: - inventory carrying costs 20% per annual including acquisition and transportation cost - bear extra $2,800 for holding cost ($0.40 extra per unit of dome light) - to cover up the cost, he has to buy them below $4 - so, at what price shall he buy ? - $4-$0.40=$3.60 - thus, he might buy the dome lights below $3.60 to gain profit from it * Total inventory maintenance cost per year = $1,292,824.00 Closer = 1 week Question 6: If the JIT system is adopted, what changes, if any, should occur in the relationships between Jim’s firm and his suppliers of components? Discuss. - Lesser stocks - Lesser holding costs - More orders - Buy when needs, small shipments rather than a few large ones - Defect in stock, extra costs For current system, The total annual cost of JIT system > Current system Safety Stock JIM might not buy because this action would undermine the principle of JIT system as it did not include safety stock (inventories). Higher unit cost and freight charges. Presented by Lim : 1) Sin Yee 2) Soon Yik 3) Hui Xin For Just In Time system, * Total inventory maintenance cost per year = $1,151,522 Question 1: What is the total annual cost of maintaining the components inventory under the present system? JIT System = $1,292,824 > 500 miles = 4 weeks Question 3: Should Jim take into account any other costs or benefits from the JIT system? If so, what are they? Question 4: If the JIT system is adopted, are there safety stocks of any item that should be maintained? If so, which ones, and how much? Average number used per week. Case 3-2 JUST-IN-TIME IN KALAMAZOO Question 5: Assume that Jim has switched to the JIT system and that he receives a surprise phone call from a competitor who is going out of business. The competitor wants to sell Jim 7,000 dome lights， should he buy them? If so, at what price? Mini Motor Home Summary Question 2: What would be the total annual cost of maintaining the components inventory under the JIT system (assuming no safety stocks)? - No sufficient information - Yes if there is demand variability case Refrigerator Awning bracket - Depends on the average distance from vendor - Same as current system Current system = $1,151,522 - better collaboration and discipline in terms of : * (i) lower defect from delivery or totally free from defects * (ii) prompt delivery - Fewer orders - Buy in bulk - Lower freight costs - More stocks - More holding costs - Case study: Kalamazoo, manufactures mini motor home - expanded from local firm to national firm - more supply needed - present system (Jim Ballenger) vs JIT system - which system to choose? Between 100 - 500 miles = 2 weeks YES! - number of ordering times - number of holding stocks - holding costs
Transcript: Relief Supply Chain Planning - There will always be unforeseen events during a disaster Relief Supply Chain MONTE CARLO How can we do that? Although each crisis is different, similar logistical elements Military involvement food, first aid, transport, storage "This avoids the risk of actually implementing a decision without understanding the possible consequences" The simulation model Monte Carlo was used to predict the output of aid to the Thailand case. - Results will never be perfect Cost and Time reduction Insights from Thailand Information flow - Helps develop a conceptual model Forethought Borrow food Vehicle Speed - be prepared by making an assessment of risk Generic Relief SC Response Model Timeliness and Responsiveness Improved Infrastructure August 2009, drill "The ultimate aim in relief supply chain response planning is to establish a supply chain that is tailored to fit that particular crisis..." Risk Analysis done by substituting range of values and calculating results over and over again. - Simulation enables decision-makers to rethink and test performance Thailand Response time Simulation Model Ruth Banomyong and Apichat Sodapang Conclusion & Criticism Triangular distribution - focus on aid within 72 hours NGO takes over "The Key to effective relief response is to be prepared as well as be able to control the output of the emergency relief supply chain system" Transportation time - notify government agencies Relief Supply Chain Model for Thailand Tsunami on December 26, 2004 Simulation Model for Thailand Transport as key 'driver'
Transcript: the management of the flow of resources between the point of origin and point of consumption compare with supply chain Procurement logistics Production logistics Distribution logistics Disposal logistics Reverse logistics Green logistics Ram logistics Military logistics has pioneered a number of techniques could lead the commercial world. Inbound side of logistics Market research, requirements planning, make-or-buy decision, supplier management, ordering, and order controlling. Important to reduce logistic costs Video: What is logistics? All attempts to measure and minimize the ecological impact of logistics activities. Aim to create a sustainable firm value dealing with a balance of economic nd environmental efficiency as well as society zoom Inbound and outbound logistics Physical supply (material managements) Transportation Inventory Maintenance Order processing Acquisition Protective packaging Warehousing Materials handling Information maintenance The most crucial—element of military strategy Distribution logistics. Logistics fields It's a small world after all... Ram logistics Logistics Viewpoints logistics? Reverse logistics Disposal logistics Reuse of products and materials Example: Outdated product and materials A key to successful customer relations and to use the full potential within the supply chain. Milena Flament Transportation Inventory Maintenance Order processing Product scheduling Protective packaging Warehousing Materials handling Information maintenance Delivery of the finished goods to the customer Order processing, warehousing, and tranportation. It aims to deliver the right good with the time, place, quantity as well as quality to meet its requirements. Military logistics Outbound Example: The journey of bottle of water. Logistics Link between procurement and distribution logistics Use available production capacities for production planning, management and monitoring Production logistics Procurement logistics into the details Green logistics Inbound is what How it works? The logistics system Combine both business logistics and military logistics Cope with highly complicated technological systems Essential features: Reliability, Availability and Maintainability The objective are: to reduce logistics cost to enhance services Physical distribution Logistics World logistics the presentation Logistics The Flow of Origin Consumption Provider Inbound flow of raw material Outbound flow of finished products Porter's value chain one the primary process of logistics <source: http://www.greenlogistics.org/>
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