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Introduction of Logistic & Supply Chain Management

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  • ELEMENTS OF LOGISTICS & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTORY PART
  • Definition Process of Planning-: “The Process of Planning, implementing and controlling the efficient effective flow and storages of goods, services, and related information from point of origin to point of consumption for the purpose of conforming to customer requirements.”
  • THE SCOPE OF LOGISTICS ACTIVITIES  Stand-alone solutions  Integrated firms in pairs  Integrated supply networks have been researchers. predicted by several
  • ACTIVITIES INVOLVED IN LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT  Order processing  Inventory management  Materials planning  Warehousing  Transportation
  • OBJECTIVES OF LOGISTICS  Meeting standards of customer service  Reducing total distribution costs  Reducing cycle time  Freight forwarders  Brokers  Evaluating the Major Alternatives
  •  Outbound distribution-Moving products form the factory to customers, and  Inbound distribution- Moving products and materials form suppliers to the factory.
  • GOALS OF THE SYSTEM OF LOGISTICS  INVENTORY  MATERIALS PLANNING  WAREHOUSE  TRANSPORTATION  MODES OF TRANSPORTATION
  • MILITARY ORIGIN FOR LOGISTICS
  • MILLITARY ORGANIZATION  Shared situation awareness  Better decisions support  More effective collaboration and coordination  Self-synchronization capabilities  Faster speed of execution  Dynamism
  • TOTAL COST APPROACH IN LOGISTICS                Customer service Demand forecasting Documentation flow Interplant movements Inventory management Order processing Packaging Parts and service support Plant and warehouse site selection Production scheduling Purchasing Returned Products Salvage Scrap recycling and disposal Traffic management Warehouse and distribution centre management
  • NEW DIRECTION FOR LOGISTICS   Involving channel partnership, inter-organization logistics alliances, more direct interface with suppliers and customer. Logistics as a competitive weapon to secure and maintain customer loyalty by providing more responsive and flexible service. Professional discipline, specialized skill and knowledge cost, globalization, and time trends
  • (A)Objectives:-  Customer satisfaction  Understanding the customer  Managing the uncertainty  Responding to Globalization  Information flow  Cost reduction and improving profits
  • (B) Logistics Careers The job of Logistics Head  Inventory Control  Warehousing/operations  Administrative  Administrative analyst/Planner  Transportation
  • (C) Logistics and Competitive Strategy    Matter of existence Areas of Logistics strategy Vision/ Mission Development Transportation Vender Development Logistics System Competition Human Resources Network Design for information flow Supply Chain Information Option Analysis Strategy Review Communication Direction of Logistics
  • (D) Logistic Management:  Location  Staff and Service  Taxation and Government rules  Faster development of new products  Efficient development of suppliers  Packaging  Transportation  Order Fulfillment  Inventory  Customer Management
  • (E) Logistics Planning  Performance measure and goals  Process  System requirements,  Organization requirements for customer services and order processing  Inventory planning and management  Supply  Transportation and distribution
  • (F) Third Party Logistics(3PL)  Value proposition  Selection
  • (G) Fourth Party Logistics(4PL) Multiple S e r v i c e O f f i c e r System Integration 4 PL 3 PL 2 PL 1 PL Single Low Level of International Cross linking High
  • (H) 3Cs Customer, Competition, change: Change Customer Competition
  • Issues For Global logistics       Movement of product The flow of information Time / Service Cost competitiveness Integration Different culture Main Features of Logistics     A fragmented logistics Optimization of physical operations Economical perspectives Skills & dimensions
  • THE MODEL OF GOBAL LOGISTICS Cross-docking, setting up warehouse ● Informational flows through ERP- ● Enterprises Resource Planning APS-Advanced Planning and Scheduling System ● ● CRM- Customer Relation Management The following areas of integration: ● Factory Functions ● In the field Functions ● Customization ● Warehouse ● Transportation ● Information Technology ● Process Strategy ●
  • Prepared by  Amit Sanjay Kulkarni. M.Com(A/C’s), M.B.A.(Fin.,HRM),D.L.L.