Transportation ppt of suppy chain management

36,087 views
35,643 views

Published on

tranportation analysis in supply chain management

4 Comments
51 Likes
Statistics
Notes
No Downloads
Views
Total views
36,087
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
66
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2,817
Comments
4
Likes
51
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transportation ppt of suppy chain management

  1. 1.  Transportation refers to the movement of product fromone location to another as it makes its way from thebeginning of supply chain to the customer. Transportation is an important supply chain driverbecause products are rarely produced and consumed inthe same location.
  2. 2.  Shipper:the party who wants to transport the product from oneplace to another place. Carrier:Carrier is company that moves the goods from oneplace to another place.For example: DHL, Fed Ex. Etc.
  3. 3. Modes of TransportationAir Water Surface intermodalPackageCarrierInlandPipelineRailRoadOversea
  4. 4.  Trucking industry is divided into two parts i.e.TL: Truck Load and LTL: Less than Truck load. TL: TL pricing display the economic of scale with respect thedistance travel. TL shipping suited for transportation betweenmanufacturing facilities and warehouses. LTL: LTL operations are priced to encourage shipments insmall lots, usually less than half a TL. LTL shipping is suitesfor shipments that are large to be mailed as small packages.
  5. 5. Road Transport Advantages:It is a relatively cheaper mode of transport as compared to other modes. It is a flexible mode of transport as loading and unloading is possible at any destination. Itprovides door-to-door service. It helps to carry goods from one place to another, in places which are not connected by othermeans of transport like hilly areas.Limitations of Road transport:Due to limited carrying capacity road transport is not economical for long distancetransportation of goods. Transportation of heavy goods or goods in bulk by road involves high cost.
  6. 6.  Air freighting is commonly used by companies whowork with short lead times, or advanced service levels. Air transportation is best suited for small, high- valueitems or time sensitive emergency shipments that haveto travel a long distance. Air carriers normally move shipments that have highvalue but light weight .
  7. 7. Advantages of Air transportation:o It is the fastest mode of transport.o It is very useful in transporting goods to the area, which are not accessible by anyother means.o Reduces lead time.o Improved service levelsDisadvantages:o It is relatively more expensive mode of transport.o It is not suitable for transporting heavy and bulky goods.oIt is not suitable for short distance travel.
  8. 8.  Package carriers are transportation companies which carrysmall packages. Examples: FedEx, UPS, DHL. Etc. Package carrier use air, truck and rail to transport the goods.Packages carriers also provide other value added servicesthat allow shippers to inventory flow and track order status,shipper can proactively inform the customer about theirpackages. Package carrier is suited for e- business.
  9. 9.  Rail transport uses freight trains for the delivery ofmerchandise. Freight trains are usually powered bydiesel, electricity and steam. Rail is suited for bulk shipment of products likefertilizer, cement, food grains and coal etc. from theproduction plant to the warehouses.
  10. 10. Advantages of Rail transportation: It is relatively faster than road transport. It is suitable for carrying heavy goods in large quantities over long distances.Cost effective.Limitations of Rail transportation: It is relatively expensive for carrying goods over short distances. It is not available in remote parts of the country. It provides service according to fixed time schedule and is not flexible for loadingor unloading of goods at any place.
  11. 11.  Water transport uses ships and large commercial vesselsthat carry billions of tons of cargo. water transport is used primarily for the movement of largebulk commodity shipments and it is the cheapest mode forcarrying such load. Water transport is particularly effective for significantlylarge quantities of goods that are non-perishable in natureand for cities or states that have water access.
  12. 12. Advantages of water transportation: It is a relatively economical mode of transport for bulky and heavy goods. The cost of maintaining and constructing routes is very low most of them arenaturally made. It promotes international trade.Disadvantages: The depth and navigability of rivers and canals vary and thus, affect operations ofdifferent transport vessels. It is a slow moving mode of transport and therefore not suitable for transport ofperishable goods.It is adversely affected by weather conditions. Sea transport requires large investment on ships and their maintenance.
  13. 13.  Pipeline is used primarily for the transport of crudepetroleum, refined petroleum products and natural gas. It include a significant initial fixed cost in setting up thepipeline and related infrastructure. Pipelines are not flexible and this scope is limited withrespect to commodities. Unable to transport a variety of materials
  14. 14.  Intermodal Transportation is use of more than one mode oftransport for the movement of shipment from origin to itsdestination. Intermodal operation is used two or more mode of transportto take the advantage of inherenteconomies of each and thusprovide the integrated service atlower cost.For example: truck/water/rail.
  15. 15.  Therefore transportation plays very important role inthe supply chain to distribute the goods from one placeto the another place or we can say that to the customers.
  16. 16. Factors influencingtransportationEconomicfactorTechnologicalfactorsGeographicalfactorsEnvironmentfactors

×