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  • 1. Supply Chain Operations
  • 2. Agenda
    • Company Overview
    • Supply Chain Structure
    • Inventory Management
    • Inbound and Outbound Logistics
    • Analysis of challenges encountered
    • Recommendations
  • 3. Overview
    • 101 years old, HQ in the Netherlands
    • Annual sales of € 6.7 billion
    • Strategic Clusters:
    Life Science Products Performance Materials Industrial Chemicals
    • DSM Singapore: Engineering Plastics for the Electrics & Electronics Markets
    • 101 years old, HQ in the Netherlands
    • Annual sales of € 6.7 billion
    • Strategic Clusters:
    • DSM Singapore: Engineering Plastics for the Electrics & Electronics Markets
  • 4. The Supply Chain
    • DSM Singapore
    Raw Materials Manufacturing Plants Plastic Molders Assembly Plants Individual Client Company
  • 5. The Supply Chain DSM Singapore China 80% Europe 5% Japan 5% U.S . 5% India 5% China Taiwan Korea S.E.Asia India Plants Sales Regions
  • 6. DSM Inventory Management
  • 7. Replenishment Policy
    • Reliability is a priority
    • Adapts and adopts EOI
    • Review period – 1 week
    • No hard and fast rule
    • Safety stock level not fixed
  • 8. Forecasting
    • Forward Planning
      • 3-month forecasts from sales regions
    • Order quantity lower than aggregated forecasts
    • No EDI used
    • Different ERP systems
    China Taiwan Korea S.E.A India Sales Region DSM China Europe Japan U.S India Plants Forecast Information Flows
  • 9. Warehousing and VMI
    • No storage problem
      • Standard packaging
    • Provides VMI
      • Molex example
        • Keeps inventories for Molex
        • Delivers supplies every week
        • No EDI
        • Trust is essential
  • 10. Challenges
    • Stockouts
      • Irregular demand and supply
      • Transport by air
      • Negotiate with other customers
    • Inaccurate forecasts
    • Bullwhip effect
    • Inventory policy
      • No specific guidelines
      • Based solely on manager’s expertise
  • 11. DSM Inbound and Outbound logistics
  • 12. In/out bound
    • Inbound – COSCO
    • Outbound – OOCL and COSCO
  • 13. Challenges
    • Late or non-deliveries
      • Lack of stock
      • Difficult access to China
      • Overcrowding
      • Strikes
    • Reliability is a service qualifier
    • INCO terms
  • 14. DSM Analysis
  • 15. Summary of Problems
    • Unreliable demand
    • Unreliable supply
    • Stockouts
      • Damage to reputation
      • Increased freight costs
    • ‘ Red tape’
      • E.g. China
    • One main cause….
    • LACK OF ACCURATE FORECASTS
  • 16. Causes of Inaccurate Forecasts
    • Final products have short PLC
      • Innovative and novelty products
      • No historical demand information
    • Lack of information integration
      • No EDI
      • Different ERP systems
    • Long lead time
      • Long planning horizon
  • 17. Recommendations
    • Outside DSM’s control:
      • Short PLC
      • Red tape
    • Obtain more accurate demand data
      • Supply chain integration
      • Integrate information systems
      • Form alliances
  • 18. THE END Thank you! Proudly brought to you: Benny Lai Grace Ting Guus Goorts Ronald Kwan Lin Sijie

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