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  • 1. PRESENTATION EMPTIES / BOX SYSTEMS Gediminas Sabonis 2008.11.05 Kirtimu str. 47 LT-02244 Vilnius, Lithuania
  • 2. Most pool systems in Europe focus a special product group 2  Fruits & Vegetables  Fresh Meat  Bakery Products  Dairy Products  Non Food …  For which product group would we expect the highest effects in the Baltic states when we would change to a pool system???
  • 3. Preliminary Step: Evaluation of the existing situation by the „Lead Partners“ 3  Quantities for example number of crate-types and number of crates due to supplier and due to the focused product group (fresh goods, bakery, meat, etc.)  Quality for example necessary handling processes, do we use partly “wrong crates” today, do we need special crates also for the direct shop placement, etc.  Costs for example costs caused by crates and empties handling, investment, cleaning, transport, etc.
  • 4. Key topics of the first evaluation phase 4  Which product groups count for the biggest national quantities (with focus on all Baltic states: LT, LV, EE)  For which products groups do we have regional suppliers which could be involved in a pool (import products and foreign suppliers are not easily integrated, so probably it is better to start only with Baltic members)  Identification of possible partners - Producers - Wholesalers - Retailers - Etc.  Identification of product groups and detailed calculation on the basis of all supply chains and logistic functions of the partners (QUANTITIES, QUALITY, COSTS)
  • 5. Development of a common strategy 5 Common analysis of the existing situation Establishment of a common mission statement Nomination of a „task force“ with responsible from all „lead partners“ Start of a common project to evaluate possible pool systems Establishment of an action plan for realization Realization and Implementation
  • 6. Ideas about how a pool could work like: 6  Establishment of a „POOL-PROVIDER“ which is an own legal entity (pool members could be shareholders)  Definition of „standard-pool-crates“ (size, material, weight, labeling, etc.)  These crates can only be used by members of the pool  Inside the pool the boxes can be exchanged without restrictions between the members  On each sales transaction of products the crate changes the „holder“ for an agreed „deposit“, but the crate does not change the „owner“ (which is always the pool-provider)  On each transaction of crates to pool-provider receives an agreed percentage of the „deposit“ to finance the system  Every pool-member has to bring in crates to the pool, according to an agreed scheme
  • 7. Possible functions of a Pool-Provider: 7  Development of rules for the usage of the pool-system  Development and further standardization of crates  Reduction of one-way containers and boxes due to environmental reasons  Avoidance of waste  Increasing the quality of the supply chains between producers, wholesalers and retailers  Providing of statistic data and relevant information for the pool-users  Consulting and public relations  Administration of the crates licenses  Controlling, monitoring and supervision of the pool  National and international coordination
  • 8. Detailled Planning of all „Logistic Channels“ where crates are needed 8 Pool Suppliers Incoming goods Storage Small goods Picking Vilnius Shop - incoming goods Pool box Supplier box Retailer box Shop - Sale Box of small goods warehouse
  • 9. To define the „right“ crate for the pool is a common task 9  Look for best-practice in Europe Material Plastic Special materials Size Standard 600 x 400 Special size Parameters - Examples Weight Very light Light High Very High Stability Verly low Low High Very high Standardization Standard Crate du to european normations Special design Modularity Modular crate system (for EU-pallets) No Modular system Cross stacking and line Due to a stacking Possibility for stacking stacking only one line stacking scheme Volume reduction None Nestable Foldable Identification Barcode slot RFID Color Printed ID Options for covers No cover Cover possible Locking an sealing possible
  • 10. 10 Thank you! Kirtimu str. 47 LT-02244 Vilnius, Lithuania