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Objective: Feasibility Study of Warehouse Management Solutions for 3PL Industries in India.

Methodology:
Carried out the market study as a part of our Action Learning Program at Ehrhardt + Partner Solutions - a warehouse logistics Solution provider company in Dubai. Analyzed how WMS helps an industry achieve its objectives and profitability. A detailed study was carried out in the field of Automobile Component industries using a case-based approach. Also the effect of Free Trade Warehouse Zones and regulatory policies which will be introduced in the country shortly, have been discussed and analyzed.

Conclusion - Though India still needs to develop its position in terms of awareness and technology adoption, its still an emerging and a very lucrative market for EPS to expand its operations and set up the base in South India which is emerging as a manufacturing hub for most of the automobile companies and in turn opportunities for 3PL industries.

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  • Maruti has become a master of the business of storing and moving automotive parts tothe aftermarket. As India's largest car manufacturer, actually a joint venture with Suzukiof Japan, Maruti has been a success story like no other in the annals of the Indianautomobile industry. Since opening their doors in 1981, Maruti has sold over fourmillion small and mid sized cars and garners a 56% share of the Indian market. Sincetheir debut, Maruti has grown to over US$7.3B in revenue with the capacity to produceover one million cars annually.

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  • 1. S P JAIN
    CENTER OF MANAGEMENT
    Ehrhardt + Partner Solutions
    Action Learning Program 2011
    Corporate Mentor
    Mr. Muthanna Muckatira
    Faculty Mentor
    Dr. Dhrupad Mathur
    Prof. Srimantika Nathroy
    Prof. Rajiv Aserkar
  • 2. Objectives
    Feasibility Study of Warehouse Management Solution for 3PL players in the Indian Market
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  • 3. Agenda
    Warehousing in Indian Context
    3PL Services in India
    3PL Players
    Force Field Analysis
    Automobile Sector
    Auto Component Industry
    Case Studies
    Value Proposition
    Success Factors of Warehousing
    Our Framework
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  • 4. Warehousing in Indian Context
    Source : The Warehouse Handbook 2011
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  • 5. Warehousing in Indian Context
    Source : CRISIL Research Report
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  • 6. Indian Warehousing Industry Structure
    Source : KPMG CII Report
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  • 7. Indian Warehousing – The Smart Way
    Source : Miebach Research
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  • 8. Triggers for Better Warehousing
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  • 9. Value Chain of Warehouse Management
    Goods received from
    Supplier (factory or port)
    Placing Goods appropriately
    - Put Away
    Value Addition
    -Labeling, Kitting,
    Packaging
    Storing
    Order Processing
    Picking the appropriate goods
    - Pick Up
    Appropriate Shipping
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  • 10. Third Party Logistics in India
  • 11. 3PL Services
    “A firm that provides multiple logistics services for use by customers. Preferably, these services are integrated, or bundled together, by the provider. Among the services 3PLs provide are transportation, warehousing, cross-docking, inventory management, packaging, and freight forwarding.“ – Council of supply management professionals
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  • 12. 3PL Services in India
    3PL Services can bring down the logistics cost 4.3 %
    Current 3PL market in India is Undeveloped and fragmented
    3PL Market in India poised to grow by 20 %
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  • 13. Indian 3PL Players – Market Cap
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  • 14. Indian 3PL Players by Revenues
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  • 15. 3PL Players Warehousing Revenues
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  • 16. Indian 3PL Industry – Analysis by Force Field Model
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  • 17. Attractive Segments
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  • 18. Indian Automobile industry
    Case Study
  • 19. Indian Automobile Sector
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  • 20. Auto Component Industry
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  • 21. Maruti Suzuki
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  • 22. Maruti- WMS Implementation
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  • 23. TVS Logistics
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  • 24. Xorient – InforWMS
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  • 25. Conclusion from Research
  • 26. Supply chain system of auto component industry
  • 27. International Suppliers
    Goods inspected and Duty charged for imported
    Indian Ports
    Components are stored for After Sales and further distribution- Post Duty payment
    Manufacturing Plant/Warehouse
    Components and Spare parts are sent to dealers in India only for after sales
    Dealers in India
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  • 28. Supply chain system of auto component industry
    Impact of free trade warehouse zones
  • 29. International Suppliers
    Goods inspected, stored and duty not yet paid
    FTWZ
    Components re-exported to other countries – Income Tax Rebate
    Components are stored for After Sales and further distribution- Post Duty payment
    Manufacturing Plant/Warehouse
    International Dealers
    Components and Spare parts are sent to dealers in India only for after sales
    Dealers in India
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  • 30. Warehouses - India
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  • 31. Warehouse Solutions in Use
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  • 32. Key Success Factors
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  • 33. Influencing Factors
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  • 34. Find the Match!!!
    Capability – Fitment Model
    Capability:
    Warehouse Operations Scale
    Location
    Financial Muscle
    Leadership Quotient
    Products
    Fitment
    EPS Solution “As-Is” Fit
    Level of Solution Tailoring
    Process Consultation
    Standardization Services
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  • 35. Proposed Model for Evaluation
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  • 36. Proposed Model for Evaluation
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    Thank You
    TEAM
    Abhay Raj Mittal
    Aditya Soni
    Harish Guntuku
    Ravindra Varigonda
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    Questions
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