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GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

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Transcript of GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

HUMANITARIAN RELIEF S.C.M
relief supplies
How to deliver their product to remote rural area where it is
needed efficiently ?
Coca-Cola can be found in any village, at anytime,
but medicine is not.
Moving with Coca-cola using its supply chain.
SUSTAINABILITY
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
The complementary notions of environmental security, intra-generational and inter-generational equity, economic betterment, and social and environmetal justice. ( Dyer and Selby, 2004 )
The development that meets the need of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. (WCED, 1987)
environment
Green Earth
GOVERNMENT
DONOR
INTERNATIONAL
NGOs
LOCAL NGOs
PUBLIC
ORGANIZATIONS
PRIVATE
ORGANIZATIONS
CONSUMERS
Green Earth
COMMUNITY
BASED
ORGANIZATION
DONORS
supply chain management
SUP
RELIEFE SUPPLY
CHAIN MANAGEMENT
PLY
CHAIN
MANA
GEME
NT
WE SAVE OUR WORLD
SOYEONDDOCHI
The nature of logistics and supply chain management for humanitarian aid
Humanitarian relief supply chain
DEFINITION
Worldwide natural and man-made disaster
right Supplies
right Quantities
right Locations
right Time

to deliver

The structure of humanitarian chains
- Needs the capability to deal with many
variable

- The goods should be arrived at the local
as soon as possible.

- The transport company should be responsible
for the goods in case of infrastructure
destruction of airport, roads and ports.

HISTORY
Pantos logistic supporting KOICA
took the charge of general logistics
business in Thailand

PROCESS
- Assembled all goods in logistics center in Incheon Airport.
- Packing and separating goods upon destination
- Delivered by air or sea
- Passing through local customs
MEANING
- could be the new business area of logistics companies
- could achieve the logistics network design and operation
capacity which is strong for crisis and flexible
- could fulfill social responsibility as domestic representative

COLALIFE
GO TO AFRICA
PROCESS
Manufacture & assembly in local factory
Storage & Dispatch
Delivery to the district wholesaler by Medical Stores Ltd.

Purchase of Kit by the retailer
Deliver to the their local shop by their own vechicle
Sale of the kit to Mom & care-giver
How to fulfill Sustainability
- Use existing local network for delivery.
- Demand-driven system.
- Every step adds value and profit for local communities.
- No one-off supply, regular & durational supply by local people.
A Guiding Framework for Designing Humanitarian Relief Supply chains Management
THAILAND
REDCROSS
THAILAND
REDCROSS
Formation 1893
Type Aid agency
H.Q Bangkok, Region Served Thailand
President Queen Sirikit
THB 5,110,829,700 (2014) = $15,811 million
Membership International Federation of Red Cross
Red Crescent Societies
LOGISTICS
WHY the 'TRC'?
Perceived Failures in aid delivery system in major crisis

TRC wants to develop its logistics and supply chain strategy

Lack of human resource and knowledge base

A Scant Academic Literature
A Case Study in Thailand
K
#2. Case Study: TRC
Analysis
Before Disaster: Preparation
During Disaster: Units->Center for TRC->local
After Disaster: Assistance to individuals and Families

Challenges:
1) the limited number of Experts (in Logistics)
lack of up-to-date technology system
2) Operational procedures, networks and
coordination structure were informal
the use of key performance indicators are limited
3) lack of using the lesson learned from
previous disasters
#3. Framework for humanitarian
relief supply chains
GOAL
The Framework application to Thai Red Cross
to develop an effective humanitarian relief supply chain
#4. Limitation and Future Study
Useful to provide the broad key features, but not intend to fit with a particular relief organization

To evaluate the framework with more case studies

Focus on the implementation of the framework guidelines
THAILANDREDCROSSTHAI
CONCLUSION
Colalife-Delivery System
Pantos logistic relief logistic
Thailand Red Cross
Kit-Yamoyo delivered to Coca-Cola Wholesaler via Medical Stores Limited.

Kit-Yamoyo’ s cost is $9.
This revenue is used for carrying goods (end retailers and transporters)
Pantos logistic supporting KOICA took the charge of general logistics business
in Thailand
Logistics companies, through the humanitarian logistics, could fulfill social responsibility as domestic representative than increase profit
Before Disaster: Preparation
During Disaster:
Units→Center for TRC →local
After Disaster: Assistance to individuals and Families
Useful to provide the broad key features, but not intend to fit with a
particular relief organization
Relief logistics

Utilizing existing enterprise logistics system

To improve a company's reputation

Systematic relief distribution mechanism is required as Thai Red Cross
Residents of North Korea's demand
for Shin-Ramen occurred.
KANG SUNG WON KIM BO KYUNG
KIM SUN KUK KIM YUN JEONG
BYUN JI EUN JEONG JAE KYUNG
Thank you
for listening
Budget
LOGISTICS
the professional storage service
the excellent service quality
the rich global network
the strong will of the management
and the dedication of employees
Elkington(1997)
Reed(2001)
Swiss Re(2004)
Epstein(2011)
GRI sustainability Report Guidline
KLD Domini 400 Social index
WBCSD(2002)
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