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  • 1. Sainsbury’s Identify a Wholesale or Retail organisation to study that uses 3PL contractAmanda Bremner logistics.Amélie Chazal
  • 2. About Sainsbury’s Founded in 1869, Sainsbury’s is one of the most recognised brands in the country  Number of employees : over 150,000 staff across the UK  Number of retail stores and supermarkets : More than 900  Number of customers per week : 16 million This company consists of Sainsbury’s Supermarkets, Sainsbury’s Local, Bells Stores, Jacksons Stores and JB Beaumont, Sainsbury’s Online and Sainsbury’s Bank.So : in addition to its retail stores, Sainsbury’s has numerous corporate offices across the UK to manage its operations, logistics and merchandise supply chain Sainsbury’s prides itself on providing excellent customer service and quality shopping experience, with products at fair prices
  • 3. Logistics Approach To move goods from suppliers to depots, and then to stores, there is a need to transport by sea, air, rail and road – this contributes to the company’s carbon footprintAim :Link the right stores geographically to the right depots to reduce transport miles Some delivery options :Example for non food goods :  Standard Delivery  Next Day Delivery  Named Day Delivery  Saturday Delivery  Click and Collect http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/sol/iw_container_page.jsp?pageRef=sites/www/site_fur
  • 4. 3PL Contract Logistics Sainsbury’s is a great customer for 3PL providers :Of Sainsburys network of 20 distribution centres :  6 are operated in-house  The remaining are outsourced to a range of logistics service providers.Sainsburys is outsourcing more of its network to third party logistics providers than Asda and Tesco. Various providers including Unipart and AllportExample of Unipart :  Chosen in 2009 by Sainsburys to be its non-food fulfilment provider  Unipart employs over 8,000 people worldwide,  Turnover of over £1billion and is one of Europe’s leading logistics companiesExample of Allport  In 2011, Sainsbury’s signed up international logistic s & supply chain firm Allport to also run its freight management service  One of the biggest provider for UK retail.
  • 5. Rationale for the Approach Providers can :  offer something different and focus on continuous improvement  bring commercial advantage to the Sainsburys Logistics division  support Sainsbury’s long term strategy for growth of non-food ranges and provide a broader shopping experience In general, Providers :  are experts in area and are therefore more efficient  reduced number of Sainsbury-owned depreciating assets
  • 6. 3 examples of the use of Third Party Logistics Providers by Sainsbury’s : Transportation Order Entry, processing & fulfilment Packaging
  • 7. Transportation Selection of providers like :  CEVA Logistics for home delivery  Allport for non-food goods  … What was done by providers ?  Train drivers to drive efficiently, and introduced double-decker lorries, which transport more goods in a single journey  Through primary transport operations (supplier to depot) and secondary transport operations (depot to store) Sainsbury’s are cutting CO2 emissions  In primary operations, Sainsbury’s use empty trucks to collect goods from suppliers on their way back from store deliveries - the number of collections has now reached over 140,000 per year  In secondary operations, a focused project on vehicle fill has led to improvements of more than 1.5 per cent across entire store delivery flee  Achieved a reduction of over 1,800,000 vehicle kilometers this year, by using fleets more efficiently  An help to meet the green challenge (by using all types of transportation : air, water, rail, road)
  • 8. Order Entry, processing & fulfilment through video conferencingSainsbury’s Logistics selected AVM and BCS Global to expand their video infrastructure : tool = Virtual Presence video conferencingUse of video conferencing to improve productivity of employees in logistics Video conferencing → an on-demand serviceIt could be used :  any time  for multipoint and point-to-point meetings  with continuous presence and 24 hour customer support. Prior to the implementation of Virtual Presence :  Lot of working travels across the UK to attend meetings (costs time and money)Now by using Virtual Presence video conferencing :  Employees can hold meetings instantaneously,  When they finish the call, simply get on with their work.
  • 9. Packaging after sale• An example of the Jutexpo Ltd company which provides green bags for almost all the major retailers in the UK ( Sainsbury’s, TESCO, ASDA…) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6UOWlmdqhI
  • 10. ANYQUESTIONS ? Thanks for your attention…

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