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    • History• It was the time when British were ruling the India• New Government offices, Post Offices, Bridges etc. were being Constructed.• A Parsi Banker employed a person to bring home made food to site of work• His Colleagues too liked this idea and Started availing this service.• Slowly this evolved into the present 5000 strong Dabbawala System.
    • FOUNDER OF DABBAWALA SYSTEMHon. Mahadu Havaji Bacche Hon. Dhondiba Medge• Educated only up to Class 2 • Educated only up to class 4• Started the Dabbawala System • Framed the Rules and Regulations with a handful of 35 Dabbawala of Dabbawala in 1890
    • NUTAN MUMBAI TIFFIN BOX SUPPLIERS ASSOCIATION • History- Started in 1890 • Charitable Trust- Registered in 1956 • Education:- 85% Illiterate • Total area Coverage:- 60Kms/ 70 Kms • Employee Strength:- 5000 • Mukhadhams:- 635 • No. of Dabbas:- 2,00,000 Dabbas i.e. 4,00,000 transactions every day. • Time Taken:- 3 Hrs.
    • Q FACTOR OF DABBAWALA• Error Rate:- 1 in 16 million transaction• Six sigma Performance (99.9999)• Technological Backup:- Nil• Cost Of service:- Rs. 250- 300 per Month• Standard price for all (Weight; Distance; Space)• Rs. 30 Crore approximately Annual Turnover.• “ No Strike” records as each one a share holder• Earnings:- 4000 To 5000 P.m
    • aMAJOR FEATURES OF SUPPLY CHAIN • 0% Fuel • 0% Modern Technology • 0% Investment • 0% Disputes • 99.9999 Performance • 100% Customer satisfaction • Food is taken from home or mess & is delivered at office
    • Discipline• Wearing White Cap During business Hrs.• Reporting To Duty on time• Behave Properly & respect the customers• Carry Identity cards.
    • President Vice president 13 MembersGeneral Secretary Treasure Director (9) Mukadaam Member (500)
    • SOME EXAMPLES OF CODING SYSTEM:-
    • JOURNEY OF DABBAWALA
    • Pick up dabba from residence & bring it to andheri station. 9:30 A.M- 10:30 A.M • This time period is Utilized for collecting Dabbas from Different places around Andheri • Dabbas are collected from different resources such as homes, hotels, messes etc. by Dabbawalas & brought to Andheri Station. • Red Light, No entry etc. is crossed. • Now these collected Dabbas are sorted according to Destination. • Wherever there is Dabba- There is Dabbawala.
    • JOURNEY IN THE LOCAL TRAIN• 10:34- 11:20 A.M ( Andheri Station)• This time period is actually the journey time. The Dabbawalas load the wooden Crates filled with Tiffin on t the luggage or goods compartment in the train.• Generally, they Choose to Occupy the last compartment of the train.• 12 coach Train• 4,000 Commuters• 8,000 Disputes• But no excuses Duty First.
    • UNLOADING & SORTING AT DESTINATION STATION • 11:20- 12:30 P:M ( Church gate Station) • At this stage; the unloading takes place at the destination station • Re- arrangement at Tiffins takes place as per the Destination Areas & destination buildings • Dabbas are Delivered by cycle; hand card or even walk.
    • COLLECTION OF EMPTY DABBA & SORTING AT DESTINATIONS STATION • 1:15- 2:30 P.M( At all destination stations) • Here on begins the collection process where the Dabbawalas have to pick up the Dabbas from the offices where they had delivered almost an hour ago • The Return journey by train where the group finally meets up after the day’s routine of dispatching & collecting from various destination offices. • The Dabbawalas meet for the segregation as per the destination suburb.
    • RETURN JOURNEY• 2:48- 3:30P:M• Usually since it is more of a pleasant journey compared to the earlier part of the day; the Dabbawalas lighten up the moment with merry making; joking around singing.• There is no cause of tension or worry as customer has eaten the lunch.• Even if the Return journey is delayed little bit there is no problem.
    • SORTING & DELIVERY OF EMPTY DABBA• 3:30- 4:40 P.M ( At all Origin Stations.)• This is the stage where the final sorting & dispatch takes place. The group meets up at origin station & they finally sort out the Tiffins as per the origin area & the empty Dabba is delivered at the Respected Residence.• The actual address of the residence is not mentioned on the Dabba. It is remembered by the Dabbawalas.
    • SIX SIGMA CERTIFICATION BY FORBES GROUP• Dabbawalas got six sigma• Dabbawalas were invited to collect the six sigma certificate they did not know what it is made of Gold or Bronze.• The certificate is lying in cupboard eating dust.• Dabbawalas got ISO 9001- 2000 for Excellence in service• The only think that a “ Error is Horror”• Dabbawalas work with Great efficiency without caring for any certificates.
    • Porters five force theory
    • COCA-COLA TIES UP WITHDABBAWALLASBEVERAGES MAJOR, COCA-COLA INDIA, WILL USE THEMIGHT OF MUMBAIDABBAWALLAS TO LURECUSTOMERS TO SAMPLE ITSORANGE JUICE DRINKMINUTE MAID PULPYORANGE MR. VENKATESH KINI, VP, RS.500 CRORE PACKAGED JUICE MARKET MARKETING COCA-COLA IS COMPETING WITH PEPSICO’S TROPICANA AND DABUR’S FOODS’ REAL
    • SWOT AnalysisStrengths: Simplicity in organization with Innovative service Coordination, team spirit, & time management Low operation cost Customer satisfaction Low Attrition RateWeaknesses: High dependability on local trains Funds for the association Limited Access to Education
    • Opportunities Wide range publicity Operational cost is low CateringThreats Indirect competition is being faced from caterers likemaharaja community Indirect threats from fast foods and hotels Change in timings Company transport Ticket restaurant
    • AchievementsDocumentaries made by :BBC ,UTV, MTV, ZEE TV, AAJ TAK, TV TODAY, SAHARA SAMAY, STAR TV,CNBC TV 18, CNN, SONY TV, TV TOKYO, NDTV.CASE STUDY made by :ICFAI Press Hyderabad & BangaloreRichard Ivey School of Business – CanadaAlso, Included in a subject in Graduate School of Journalism University ofCalifornia, Berkeley•
    • • Invitations from : CII for conference held in Bangalore, IIML, IIMA, CII Cochin, CII Delhi, Dr. Reddy’s Lab Foundation Hyderabad, SCMHRD Pune, SCMHRD Nasik, Sadahana – Pune, Rotary Club – Bangalore, NIQR at Chennai• Radio: German Radio Network, Radio Mirchi, Radio Mid-day, FM – Gold, BBC Radio, Radio City
    • World record in Best Time Management with Six Sigmarating.Name in “GUINESS BOOK of World Records”.Registered with Ripleys “ believe it or not”.Participated in “Deal Ya No Deal Contest” by SonyEntertainment TelevisionInvited for marriage of Hon. Prince Charles of England on9th April, 2005
    • BELIEVES OF DABBAWALA • Work is Worship. • Serving People is serving god. • Annadan is Mahadaan. • The Decedents of the Dabbawalas were the warriors in army of Chatrapati Shivaji Mahraj. • Time is money. • Unity is Power.
    • Conclusion
    • Thank you 