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IITA 5-Year Supply Chain(Importance of defining a direction)

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What benefits are required of supply chain? Supply Chain in Context,Procurement,Inventory Control and Warehousing,Transportation & Supply Networks,Longer Term Exercises

What benefits are required of supply chain? Supply Chain in Context,Procurement,Inventory Control and Warehousing,Transportation & Supply Networks,Longer Term Exercises

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    IITA 5-Year Supply Chain(Importance of defining a direction) IITA 5-Year Supply Chain(Importance of defining a direction) Presentation Transcript

    • IITA 5-Year Supply ChainImportance of defining a direction
    • Question – What benefits are required?…Set out the IITA supply chain mission • The supply chain should deliver excellent customer service to all program activities, it should be responsive to needs, flexible, and this should be seen in a high level of satisfaction from the end customer • The supply chain should deliver best value at all times, it should aim to reduce costs and eliminate waste of all types, including time • The IITA supply chain should aim to follow best practise in international supply chain management by bench marking the most effective of commercial organisations • Or more basic. We want simple, robust procedures which allow attainable levels of visibility and control
    • Supply Chain in Context • Logistics departments work to support the entire organisation – the end needs of the customers must be considered in the strategy.
    • Where are we now ?
    • Strengths and Weaknesses• Need to identify where the organisation is strong already and where improvements are needed
    • Targets and KPI’s
    • Main Areas• Procurement• Inventory Control and Warehousing• Transportation & Supply Networks• Longer Term Supply Chain Objectives
    • Procurement• Likely to be the biggest variable cost in the organisation• Need to analyse the spend across the different product categories
    • Procurement Process• Training to control spend• Training in product categories to understand specifications• Standardisation across the organisation – centralised procurement?
    • Inventory Control and Warehousing• Inventory control forms the basis of many other aspects of supply chain• For example demand forecasting and procurement planning• Must enforce and inventory control policy
    • Transportation and Supply NetworksAppropriate size and configuration offleet to suit the organisationFleet cost control (fuel and parts)Right balance of Sea, Air and Landtransportation (cost vs. speed)
    • Longer Term Exercises• Physical Supply Network• Value Stream Mapping• Review of agents• IT strategy