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  • A SUMMER TRAINING PROJECT REPORT ON “ANALYZE THE 1ST AND 2ND SHIFTOPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK (SURFACE&AIR) OF GATIKWE AND SUGGEST IMPROVEMENT NEEDED FOR BETTER ORGANIZED AND EFFECTIVE SERVICE” AT Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of degree Of POST GRADUATE IN DIPLOMA MANAGEMENT SESSION (2012-2014) Under the esteem Guidance of Industrial Guide Faculty Guide Mr. Nagesh Samant Mr. Susan Das Manager, Operation Professor, Operations& SCM GATIKWE, Mumbai ASBM BHUBANESWAR Submitted by: UMASANKAR PANDA (PGDM/12-14/113) ASIAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Shiksha Vihar, Baranga – Khurda Road, Chandaka, Bhubaneswar - 754012 Tel: 0674-2374801/02/03/04/05, Fax: 0674-2111205/2374900 1
  • CERTIFICATE FROM FACULTY GUIDE This is to certify that this project entitled “Analyze the 1stand 2nd shift operational framework (surface & air) of GATIKWE and suggest improvement needed for better organized and effective service” is a bonafied record of interim report carried out by MR.UMASANKAR PANDA, student of ASIAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, BHUBANESWAR towards fulfillment of the Post Graduate Programme in Business Management (PGDM) bearing Registration No.: PGDM/2012-14/113. To the best of my knowledge and belief the thesis embodies the work of the Candidate herself and has been duly completed. Simultaneously, the thesis fulfills the requirements of the rules and regulations related to the summer Internship of the institute and I am assured that the project is up to the standard both in respect to the contents and language for being referred to the examiner. PROF.SUSAN DAS Asian School of Business Management BHUBANESWAR 2
  • DECLARATION I UMASANKAR PANDA, a student of ASIAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (ASBM), BHUBANESWAR bearing Registration No.: PGDM/2012-14/113 under the Post Graduate Programme in Business Management(PGDM) hereby declare that the project entitled “Analyze the 1st and 2nd shift operational framework (surface & air) of GATIKWE and suggest improvement needed for better organized and effective service” is a project to the best of the my knowledge and I have taken no shortcut in completion of this project and is carried out by me under the supervision ofMr. Nagesh Samant Manager, Operation Head GATIKWE, Mumbai and Prof. Susan Das, Professor in Operation and SCM, Asian School of Business Management, Bhubaneswar. This project has not been submitted and copied from any source and never been published by any other. MS. UMASANKAR PANDA PGDM Student, (PGDM/2012-14/113) Asian School of Business Management BHUBANESWAR 3
  • Acknowledgement I wish to express my profound gratitude to my project guide Mr. Negesh Samant(operation head Mumbai), Adarsh Sharma (Sales EDC. head),Ms. Smita Chawda (HR EDC. leader),Mr. Vijay Nand Wadikar (HR),Mr. V. K Sharma(Business EDC. head) for his consistence direction, guidance, support and supervision which has led to successful completion of my project. I am highly thankful to Mr. Susan Das& Mr. SolomonJames,faculty of Asian school of business management. They have been a constant source of inspiration and their critical evaluation has helped me to complete this project properly. I acknowledge my gratitude thanks to Mr. Mahindra Agrawal chairman & MD of GATIKWE, for providing me an opportunity. I am also thankful to Prof. Raj Kamal Verma(Asst. Dean Placement cell) and other placement members of Asian school of business management, who stretched their hands of help, cooperation and kindness whenever required. I express my sincere thanks to whole GATIKWE ltd. for giving me all the facilities during my internship period. Finally yet importantly, I would like to thank Almighty for blessing me to do and complete my project. 4
  • Contents Page No. 1) Introduction------------------------------------------------------------------9 2) Company profile------------------------------------------------------------10-11 3) Introduction to research----------------------------------------------------12 4) Objective of the research---------------------------------------------------13 5) Process observation 1) Booking 1) Customer visit with GA-------------------------------------------14 2) Counter booking---------------------------------------------------15 3) Process of booking with GTM entry----------------------------16-18 4) Manual docket entry-----------------------------------------------19 5) PDC generation for booking--------------------------------------20 6) Docket generation--------------------------------------------------21-24 7) 30C-------------------------------------------------------------------25-28 2) Shipment receiving process 1) Process of dispatching----------------------------------------------30 2) DEPS------------------------------------------------------------------31-32 3) Shipment dispatching process-------------------------------------------33-34 4) Delivery process-----------------------------------------------------------35-39 5) Other activity after delivery 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) PFN process-----------------------------------------------------------39 Stock verification-----------------------------------------------------40 Notice post-------------------------------------------------------------40 FOD outstanding------------------------------------------------------41 Rebooking procedure-------------------------------------------------42 FOC process-----------------------------------------------------------43 Additional charge updation------------------------------------------44-45 6) E-com operation 1) Pick-up process----------------------------------------------------46 2) Preparation of Docket/PDC/Run sheet-------------------------47 3) COD process-------------------------------------------------------48 5
  • 4) Rebooking process------------------------------------------------48 5) Delivery process---------------------------------------------------49 6) 10C------------------------------------------------------------------50 7) UCG formalities----------------------------------------------------------51 8) Customer Service-------------------------------------------------------52-53 9) Warehouse operation 1) Inbound------------------------------------------------------------54 2) Storage-------------------------------------------------------------55 3) Outbound----------------------------------------------------------56 10) ATC 1) Retrieval operational structure----------------------------------57 2) Lodgment operational structure--------------------------------58 11) GATIKWE operational structure-------------------------------------60 6) SWOT analysis--------------------------------------------------------------60-62 7) ResearchMethodology-----------------------------------------------------62 1) Data interpretation---------------------------------------------------------63-64 8) Analysis& Implementation. 1) DEPS---------------------------------------------------------------65 2) Increases efficiency of delivery process using six sigma----70-74 3) Reduce Cooling using Cross Docking.------------------------75-81 9)Challenges--------------------------------------------------------------------82 10) Limitation--------------------------------------------------------------------83 11) Suggestion and recommendation-----------------------------------------83-85 12) Conclusion-------------------------------------------------------------------86 13) Bibliography-----------------------------------------------------------------87 6
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Objective of Study During this project my major objective was to find out the problems are occurring in GATIKWE‟s operation network like cause of damages, service internal problem (PDC generation, OCTROI outstanding, Booking Unit problem like booked the items but customer payment not ready), Service external problem(GA and Handler Schedule, Docket arrangement, Shipment handling etc.). I analyze all the 1st and 2nd shift operational framework of (surface and air) and identify the problem which creates the obstacle in GATIKWE achievements map .Now a day the logistic market scenario is becoming more competitive because of the entrance of foreign players like FedEx, UPS, DHL and TNT. If GATIKWE implements the identifies and make a proper schedule for the operation process, then the company can increase their service quality and make their position as market challenger.so GATIKWE going to tab the logistic market in Mumbai. TARGET/TASKS:  During the 1st week of my project company gave me the induction class as well as involved me in Live project “deduction by abbot healthcare”. I also made a case study on it and analyze why deduction occur and I got total support from project department and I gave the solution of deduction.  1st week of my summer internship period I involved as a team player of the project team, so I analyze the whole contract between GATIKWE and ABBOTT Healthcare, Which helps me to know the company strategy quickly.  Then I got my project in service area, so I joined BOMN OU operational department and I learned the basic thing about preparation of docket, types of docket, booking and delivery process, types of charge with its calculation, octroi and service tax.  After 15 days I involved in GATI enterprise management system (GEMS) and I learned the PDC money recipt, docket preparation, tax upadation, foot printing, stock verification, loading and unloading tally.  I also archived the experience with GA, due to go with distribution vehicle. 7
  •  After 1 month I transferred into air transit center (ATC) and visit the airport distribution area twice as a 1st shift and 2nd shift and I understand the whole ATC structure.  Then my corporate guide sends me the warehouse division Bhiwandi and Panvel and I saw the supply chain process (inbound, cooling and outbound).  I collected all data with observation and questionnaire process. ACHIVEMENT  I have successfully done my project with overall idea of operation process in surface, air and warehouse division.  I have suggested some identifies which I found in my observation and it helps to efficient and effective process.  Some of my suggestions are already implemented after auditing of OU. LIMITATION  Due to lack of time I only analyze the operation process only instead of implementation.  As my project topic is a vast operation area with all field, I transferred one division to another every 15 days so I was unstable to concentrate in one field.  I was staying 25 km from the company which takes the 4 hour daily for transportation. CONCLUSION During my sip on GATIKWE, I worked on whole operation process and I analyze it carefully and finding some problems in operation, so I gave the effective suggestion for reduces the problem and miss use. 8
  • INTRODUCTION GATI-Kintetsu Express Private Limited (GATI-KWE) is a joint venture company between GATI – India‟s pioneer in Express Distribution and Supply Chain Solutions and Kintetsu World Express - Japan‟s leading logistics provider. An intrinsic network that spans the length and breadth of India – GATI-KWE has a reach of 99.3% covering 653 districts Out of 657 districts in India. A large fleet of 4000 vehicles and an assured space across 28 airline sectors ensures that your shipments are delivered in the right time at the right place. GATI-KWE today is the most preferred Express Distribution and Supply Chain solutions provider because of its ability to handle every distribution need of its customer. Objectives of the research 1) To study the Operational process (Surface & Air) and implement idea for making efficient operation. 2) To study the process of air transit center in GATIKWE and makes it simpler and cost conservative. CORPORATE PROFILE An Introduction – Over 2 decades of experience and many firsts GATI pioneered express distribution service in India in 1989.GATI was one of the first companies to print its delivery date on the docket and offer money back guarantee, by accepting payment after producing proof of delivery – a POD. GATI started the practice which is now perceived as a standard norm in the industry. GATI first started operations between Madras and Madurai. After in-depth planning, GATI launched its operations in four stations: Hyderabad, Bangalore, Madras and Hosur in 1989.in the generic cargo segment. GATI's business model was different , it choose to focus on the customers‟ needs right from day one and time bound, point to point delivery, premium priced cargo management service was its key value proposition. GATI never operated the transport vehicles on its own from the beginning itself, instead developed the Business Partner concept of “GATI Associates”, thus giving rise to a team of entrepreneurs who were independent business partners of GATI. The name GATI was coined after short listing several Sanskrit-based names. GATI reflects speed with direction, true to the way of its operations. LITERATURE REVIEW The Beginning Years (1989 – 1994) GATI started its operations as a door-to-door cargo company, a division of Transport Corporation of India (TCI) in 1989. Mr.Mahindra Agarwal Founder & CEO of GATI Ltd wanted to rebuild TCI based on processes, systems and manage it professionally to meet consumer implicit and explicit delivery needs. Over period of 7 years, under the 9
  • leadership of Mr. Mahindra Agarwal the division flourished into a small business and in 1994, GATI was ready to separate from TCI and perform on its own. The actual legal separation took place in 1996 and the division emerged, GATI came into being an 18 Crores cargo business, splitting from its 200 crores mother company, TCI. Innovation, Value-addition and growth (1994 – 2001) GATI introduced desk-to-desk service to meet the price sensitive customer market in 1994. The placement of desk to desk cargo was between regular transportation and premium cargo. Premium cargo was next day delivery and Desk to Desk was delivered within four days. As GATI grew in terms of business volume, services and revenue, GATI made the transition from small cargo services to cargo management. This was a period for many firsts. GATI introduced toll-free numbers for the first time in the Indian logistics segment and became the first 3PL service provider in India. GATI was also the first logistics company in India to be awarded an ISO 9001 certification. GATI's legal separation took place from TCI in 1996 through a de-merger process marked a period of rapid growth as the GATI took over parts of the TCI‟s business, the shipping division was named as GATI Coast to Coast and the TCI Highways division was taken over by GATI. GATI took its first steps towards acquiring a corporate identity, the beginnings of GATI Ltd. Based on volume of traffic, origin and destination, GATI tied up with Indian Airlines (IA) for a fixed price long term contract. IA complimented the 550 locations GATI served at that point of time. GATI expanded its service network to include multi-modal services, courier services and international operations to SAARC countries. Business grew from servicing 2 regions to 10. GATI Process, technology, automation and awards (2001-2006) In 2001, GATI launched the first millennium parcel express service, an exclusive cargo train between Mumbai and Kolkata in association with Indian Railways. GATI went on looking for a centroid to base its business operations and found Singapore, an international business hub, ideally suited for its purposes. During this time, to keep itself on its toes, GATI kept revisiting its basic value proposition - service delivery. In 2003, GATI @web was launched and which in place on these words to equipped its front office with the information to tailor its response to individual customer requirements at one click–shipments tracking, service quality, complaints and more. The project comprised of three different components: GATI Enterprise Management System (GEMS), Oracle Financials and Oracle CRM. GEMS were the main application which was to be custom built covering all activities of GATI. Finally in 2005, GATI settled for the best – state of the art mechatronic warehouses in all major cities across India. The year 2006 saw the introduction of GATI Student express, on-line employee information & performance system, customer convenience centers and redemption coupons to settle cashless claims. The awards kept coming. Frost & Sullivan declared GATI „The Best Logistics Company‟. HCL called GATI its „Best Logistics Partner‟. Champion CIO-Enterprise Connect Award, Amity-HR Excellence Award (which the company has consistently won for 5 years now) and Super Brand status to name a few. 10
  • Empowering the network: Strategic alliances and customized service offerings (2007- 2009) GATI expanded its network in India, China and Europe following strategic tie-ups with logistic service partners. Sophisticated vehicle tracking systems, technologically superior container vehicles and Service Quality Standardization were all introduced to strengthen and enhance GATI‟s promise of superior service delivery. In 2008, GATI did wonders by launching the Centralized Call Centre at Nagpur, the Millennium Parcel Express Train between KYN (Mumbai) and Guwahati, Centralized POD Cell and GATI Happiness, an on-line window for customers to buy a range of deliciousspecialty products from different parts of India. Even GATI Art Express, GATI Academy and GATI Cafe Deliver were launched to improve service spread and quality. Year of Transformation, Recognition & Growth (2010-2011) In Jan 2010, GATI went a step forward to help its customer by providing complete integrated Supply Chain Solution hence becoming a knowledgeable company by launching 'RedSun', GATI's Supply Chain Division. In Nov 2010, GATI also ventured into E-Commerce business by launching 'makemygiftz.com', GATI's new web service to offer its customer a complete e-commerce platform linked to a physical distribution network. Also, GATI Coast to Coast was re-branded and named as GATI Ships in 2010. GATI was given the title of “Consumer Super Brand” in 2009-2010, in Logistics. Year of Consolidation & Business Re-structuring In April 2013, GATI Ship a subsidiary of GATI Ltd. and International Shipping Logistics FZE launched a new Coastal Container Service between North India and South India covering the sea ports of Kandla, Mundra, Cochin. The new service is named as ISL-GATI Express Coastal Service. In February 2013, GATI-KWE was awarded for its efforts in the category of “Achievement in Continuous Improvement” at the 2nd Asia Manufacturing and Supply Chain Summit, Mumbai. In December 2012, GATI received two awards constituted by Dataquest - "Dataquest Business Technology Excellence Awards 2012" for their overall excellence in the use of business technology & "Dataquest Technology Innovation Award 2012" for the „Mobility‟ segment. In October 2012, GATI launched "GATI Connect" - www.gaticonnect.com, an on-line web store to center. In July 2012, GATI Ship Ltd. announced a dedicated shipping route on the ChennaiYangon-Chennai stretch to help businesses maximize trade potential between the two countries. In February 2012, GATI signed a Joint Venture agreement with Kintetsu World Express for its Express Distribution and Supply Chain business to form 'GATI-Kintetsu Express Pvt Ltd.' 11
  • CORPORATE STRUCTURE INTRODUCTION TO THE REASEACH According to my project I analyze the 1st shift and 2nd shift service area of surface and air express. The whole service sector is basicallyorganized as Pick-up, Loading at collection Hubs, Unloading at Distribution Hubs, Segregatinggoods at HUB, Delivering process….. 12
  • PROCESS OBSERVATION 2nd shift operation BOOKING/PICK-UP Customer Visit with GA GA visits the customer premises and notes down the details (7 booking parameters) in the docket. He takes the sale invoice to determine the value of the shipment being transported and collects other documents like the waybill, Form 38 based on the type of material being sent. For some goods and states, the TIN number of the shipper and the consignee is sufficient. He then calculates the actual weight of the shipment and also its charged weight & we charge the shipper on whichever is highest (For TBB customer, the actual weight is equal to the charged weight). The GA checks the shipment and prepares the sticker to be stuck on the packages. The sticker contains shippers place and consignee‟s place, number of packets and the docket number. GA loads his vehicle and transfer the shipment back to OU where it is unloaded by using unloading tally (but here unloading tally is not being prepared rather it is doneby tallying with the dockets). GA before accepting the shipment from the customer checks the condition of the packages, the goods being transported (whether there are any government regulated goods or prohibited goods).The shipment is weighed by using the weighing scale for the calculation of actual weight and its volumetric weight is calculated by using the dimension of the package/shipment. 7 Booking parameters:  Name & Address of the receiver  ADD  Phone no  Pin code  Documentation  Weight of the packages  E- Mail id TYPES OF DOCKETS:TBB Docket (Credit) Retail Docket (Paid/FOD) GTS Docket GATIKWE International GATIKWE Prepaid 13
  • We can categorize the bookings in four types and they are: Paidbooking, FOD booking, TBB booking and COD / DOD booking. In GATIKWE generally there are 3 types of dockets like the TBB, PAID & GTS dockets. To be billed (TBB) dockets are for the contractual customers and for the retail customers there is PAID dockets and the shipment that will go through the Rail for them there is a separate docket called GTS docket. In every dockets there are four copies like Receiver copy, Sender copy, Proof of delivery and Head office copy. Documents Required:Sales Invoice State Formsi.e. Form 38 for U.P only. Process of SQA Check:Under this process, following checkpoints are made cleared as:Condition and quantity of shipment is according to the docket or not. Booking time entered in the docket by GA. Is there any discrepancy in the ADD written in the docket? Whether required documents attached or not. Shipment Stacking Process:In this process, after unloading the shipment, the shipment is segregated with respect to the delivery OU and stacked in the respective allocated space and within the allocated space, the shipment is stacked on the pallets according to its size and volume. In case of large shipments containing no of packages they are stacked together irrespective of their size so as to simplify the process of loading. Standardize shipment stacking process will ensure that the shipment will remain safe, in case of fragile items there is some marks need to be given , in some packages we can see some arrow marks in one particular direction which is indicating that shipments need to keep in that direction in that way only. GEMS forms used for data entry and PDC preparation For booking the data entry details are entered in the GTM docket form. 14
  • DOCKET ENTRY FOR GTM PRODUCT’S SURFACE PRODUCT STEP-1 Enter the docket no., service code, address with name of shipper and receiver. STEP-2 Press ctrl+l, if any special service needs to be entered. STEP-3 Pkg. no and weight should be entered. 15
  • STEP-4 Select the risk coverage based on contract or customer. That is 2 types one is carrier risk and another is shipper risk. STEP-5 Calculate the total charges. STEP-6 Click on continue to save. Manual Docket Entry (Docket entry at en-route location for other OU booking dockets) 16
  • If any dockets come without TC at destination or en-routeOU for the reason of customer code blocked and it could be entered into en-route. Step-1 On arrival of shipment without TC then enter the docket information in “manual arrive docket entry form” without TC. Step-2 The same docket can be entered into en-route location in the “en-route location” Note: Docket can‟t be accepted without manual docket entry form. Fill the booking location code, docket details as per physical copy of docket System will accept basic only paid/FOD. Rates will be accepted as per traffic. Dockets cannot be approved by same person entered. If the physical docket booked under TBB then delivery/en-route location should enter in PAID. 7) If the physical docket booked under BOD then delivery/en-route location should enter in FOD.  In the GTM docket form the 7 booking parameters of the docket and other details are entered and the data is saved (here in ENDA data entry operators enter the details and then the staff approves the data.)  For preparation of PDC for booking PDC Details form is used. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) PDC preparation for Booking:- 17
  • The booking PDC is prepared for each GA separately it contains the bookings made by each GA. The PDC is prepared by opening the PDC Details form and then select the GA‟s name for whom the PDC is being prepared and the select the type of PDC as Booking it then shows the bookings made by the said GA and the amount of commission made by him till date and then save the details a PDC no is then allocated. If the customer comes directly to operating unit for booking then the staff will fill the docket and complete all the formalities which a GA would generally perform. Docket Generation It is 2 types 1) FOD:-Receiver paid the charges. 2) Paid Docket:-sender pay at booking time. Shipper Code For one time customer the shipper code is 99999 and the customer will pay extra charge. But for permanent customer the charge is less. Types of Packing 1) C/B :-Cartoon Box 2) W/B :-Wooden Box 3) G/B :-Gunny Box 4) Cover 5) Plastic Types of payment 1) COD(Cash on Delivery) 2) DOD(Demand draft/Check Delivery) Freight determination process: The following charges we are taking from the customers, Basic Freight: The basic freight depends upon the charged weight of the shipment and the freight per kg that we are charging according to our rate matrix, we are using two different rate matrixes one for Express products and another one for the premium products. 18
  • 1) Freight charges In Maharashtra freight charges 6 rupees per kg. For Logistics sector the IATA (International Air Transport Association) In Air :-( L*B*H)/366 for inches (L*B*H)/6000 for centimeter In Surface :-( L*B*H)/1728*10 Where L=Length B=Breath H=Height 2) ROVCharge (Risk on Value) Risk coverage for GATIKWE is 2 types a) Shippers risk b) Carrier risk 3) COD/DOD Charges 0.05% of the invoice value 4) FOD Charge Minimum FOD charge is 200 rupees 5) ODA Charges If customer is non-metro location, then ODA charge is 1 rupee per kg 6) ESS Charge Minimum ESS charge is 500 rupees. 7) Handling Charges For GATIKWE manual it is the 1 rupee per kg. 8) Basic Charges The basic charges of GATIKWE are 200 rupees per docket. 19
  • 8) DPHCharge (Diesel price hike) DPH Charge is the 40% of total freight value and ODA value. FUEL SURCHARGE MECHANISIM(DPH) FUEL SURCHARGE <50 SURCHARGE APPLICABLE ( % ON FREIGHT{BASE&NONMETRO}) Aggregate rate + 24% minimum DPH >50-<50.5 2% >50.5-<51 4% >51-<51.5 6% >51.5-<52 8% >52-<52.5 10% >52.5-<53 12% And so on Every additional 50 paisa hike in diesel per liter the fuel surcharge increases by 2%. DPH Calculation: Aggregate rate= (addition of 4 metro city fuel charge)/4. E.g. let‟s say there is a contract between customer and GATIKWE in 1st July, 2012 that no DPH charge will add with freight value and condition was that at that time aggregate Price charge is 50 rupees and if 50 paisa hikes in diesel then fuel surcharge increases 2%. But now in 1st July, 2013 the aggregate fuel charge is 70 rupees.so fuel charge addition Will be--70-50=20 rupees So 20 rupees is 40 nos. of 50 paisa. Customer will pay 40*2=80% of additional fuel charge on freight value now. Service Tax It is the 12.36% of the sub total charges NOTE: TBB (TO BE BILLED) is the GATIKWE permanent contractual customer.Here actual weight and dimension will put and no extra charge is added. It is basically apply in a/c customer of BOD customer. 20
  • The different Booking channels in the distribution network of GATIKWE are as follows. OU OU GA Kiosk / Cafe Customer Customer 3. OU GA Sales Force Booking/ Pickup Customer 4. Customer Online Booking Company Website 5. 5. Sales Force Customer Enquiry Customer Service center Sales Force 21
  • BOOKING PROCESS OF GATIKWEbyCUSTOMER SERCICE 1) Customer sends the service request to the GATIKWE customer care. 2) Then call center go for register the pickup or if customer wants some extra query then forward the call to the HO cord retail or sales EDC. Head. a) Then the EDC. Sales Head depute a sales staff for that customer. b) Sales staff may ensure the goods packing or contact to GA for Pack or Pick. 2) After the register pick up the booking OU, booked all goods from customer and send a pre-alert to the delivery OU. 3) Here the shift leader depute GA for ensure the quality parameter are met with company norms or not, then go for dispatch. 22
  • 30C (Booking/pick-up) GATIKWEimplements 30C as a booking module for GA people in 2013.It helps to GA people to handle the Booking perfectly and GATIKWE gives Samsung tablet with internet access for each GA to work with perfect environment without fail. 1) 30C It is basically used for the material/goods pickup and loading case. Parameter uses in 30C 1) Booking dockets It contains Product Code such as: a) Surface Express( code-24) It is the surface service by GATIKWE. Here normal booking is done and delivery time is 6-7 days. b) Surface express Bulk (code-66) It is also surface service but booking is only up to 50 kg only and delivery time is 5 days. c) Express plus (Code-74) It is also surface service but booking is same as surface express and delivery time is 3 days. Here the service rate is Maximum. d )GATIKWE Laabh (code-20) Here booking weight is 20 kg, docket fixed 540 rupees and delivery city is metro only and GATIKWE direct. e) Premium (code-02) It is the air cargo service by GATIKWE but booking is only up to 1 to 15 kg and delivery assured date is 1 days. f) Premium plus-12 hour (code-04) It is the air cargo service by GATIKWE but booking is only up to 1 to 15 kg and delivery time is 12 hour. Here charge is double than premium cargo service. g) Premium plus-24 hour (code-05) It is the air cargo service by GATIKWE but booking is only up to 1 to 15 kg and delivery time is 24 hour. Here charge is same as premium but service charge is Maximum. 23
  • Basis Here the basis is 2 types 1) TBB (TO BE BILLED) 2) FOD (FREIGHT ON DELIVERY) Customer Code If customer is the regular of GATIKWE, then customer code will be there else customer code is 99999. Goods code 1) 2) 3) 4) House goods(401) Electrical(102) Pharm.(605) Stationary(705) Types of goods 1) Cartoon box 2) Plastic 3) Gunny box 4) Cover 5) Wooden box 2) Pick up 1) Pick-up date 2) Status(pending, accepted, rejected, close) Pick up slip Process Pick up slip Docket No Ship value Shipper Name Goods Code No of pkg. Actual Weight OU code Goods Type 24
  • Docket entry in 30C In 30C as soon as the GA enter a pin code he will get a popup, which will have all location defined in that area. System will also indicate that distance is ESS OR DIRECT. Advantages 1) Due to 30C when GA putpincode it shows the atmatically details of the customer and it makes easy for booking. 2) When GA put data on 30C, the operater automatically acess all data imidieatly and process it . 3) It helps in decrease time consuming for booking. 4) It helps in perfect docket entry,which basically helps in PDC generation and decrease the pop-up like “invalid docket”. 5) It gives the all data of shipper and customer with goods details. 25
  • 30C Pending dktimg GA profile Gatilaabh Booking dkt Service Product code Basis Surface express Pin code check FOD Basis TBB Pick up Express bulk Express plus Premium Pick up date Customer code OU code Docket no Shipper name Pending Premium plus-12 hour Pick up slip Status Accept ed Close Rejected Actual weight Plastic No of pkt Cover Ship value Goods Types Gunny box Cartoon box Wooden box Goods code Pharm. (605) House goods (401) Stationary (705) Electrical goods (102) 26
  • 1st shift Shipment Receiving Procedure Shipment receiving procedure The shipment receiving procedure starts with the arrival of the vehicle at the operating unit. As soon as the vehicle arrives at the gate of the OU the arrival time of the vehicle is entered in the THC of the vehicle. Then the documents i.e. THC and TC are collected from the driver and by using the THC/TC number and generate an unloading tally and unload the vehicle. After unloading the vehicle the data is received and DEPS are updated if there are any. DEPS can be updated till 4 hours after receiving the data. Documents to be collected from the driver TC copies that are pertaining to the shipments meant for the particular operating unit. The dockets of the shipments to be delivered by the particular OU. The THC copy Verifying seal and checking loading condition The seal number should be tallied with the seal number written on the THC and also check whether the seal has been in any way tampered or damaged. The loading condition inside the vehicle is checked to see whether there is any damage to the shipments due to leakage or improper stacking of shipment inside the vehicle. Preparation and approving of unloading tally Unloading tally is prepared by using the THC/TC number and instead of receiving data we click on the print option and save it and from we generate unloading tally which consists of last 4 digits of the docket numbers in increasing order so as to simplify the process of unloading. Unloading tally can be approved by tallying with the dockets received from the driver. Shipment unloading process The shipment is unloaded by tallying with the unloading tally. An employee of GATIKWE will supervise the unloading process and will sign the unloading tally after unloading and will also get it signed by the driver. The unloaded material is segregated according to the further OU for which it is destined. Generally the packages corresponding to the same docket are placed together. The details of DEPS are then updated (if there are any) in the system and then the data is received. 27
  • DEPS PROCESS D-Damage, E-Extra, P-Pilferage (material short, only cartoon box found), S-Shortage Causes of DEPS 1) Missing and damages. 2) Leakage/ Pilferage/Shortage. 3) Theft/Hijack. 4) Poor packing. 5) Improper stacking/loading. 6) Irregularities of road. 7) Vehicle accident. 8) Fire/flood/cyclone. Evolution in DEPS process Restriction in multiple entries…. e.g. “A” sends 10 pkg. to “B”, when “B” checked the pkg., he found that 1 pkg. short. So “B” will enter DEPS. When again “B” will send it to “c” the 9 pkg.,”c” can‟t be enter DEPS.If any damage/pilferage occurs “C” enters DEPS. Auto Escalation process: After damage entry system will automatically prepare a mail and send to booking OU for taking necessary action. Auto Escalation for OBN (observation note): If bad POD system will find, it will automatically generate complaints against customer care cell and dly OU for OBN insurance purpose. Square off process: If “A” send to “B” 10 pkg. but mistakenly “C” got extra 1 pkg. and “b” got 1 pkg. shortage.so here “c” DEPS for extra pkg., then “A” DEPS will automatically remove from “B”. PROCESS OF DEPS PKG. UPTATION If any OU receive any DEPS pkg. the GEMS gives a pop up for any updating, then after update the DEPS, it will allow for approval. 28
  • EAXTRA DEPS UPDATION After clicking the DEPS update then stock and DEPS updating form will open and click on extra update, then when docket no. entry, it automatically capture the extra pkg. no. you have to select all the pkg. No and TC no. as per in unloading tally. If delivered docket has DEPS: 1) Unloading time, the service associate make changes of PDC taken as delivered to “delivered”. At that time a new window open and catch the DEPS. 2) According to customer remark on PDC, if remark is good, then PDC nullified/removed. Else save the PDC. 29
  • Records to be maintained at OU Unloading tally. TC‟s Received. Incoming Challan. Shipment Dispatching Procedure Process of vehicle inspection:The vehicle inspection condition is done w.r.to  Physical condition of the vehicle  Permits and paper work of the vehicle The things to be checked regarding the Permits and paper work of the vehicle are  The Fitness certificate, Insurance, National permit or State permit to operate in that particular state.  The Registration certificate of the vehicle, Driving License of the driver. Process of preparing loading slip, THC and loading tally:The loading slip, THC (trip higher contract) and loading tally are prepared for dispatch of shipments. The process of preparing them is as following. THC: - Trip higher contract contains the all the material details and deriver details. 30
  • Trip Process Simply Load/Unload Vehicle No Route selection and Timing Enter all the required details like vendor mobile and Save THC number is generated. Loading Slips TP code Vehicle Details Driver Details Vehicle Hire Details Loading slip number Advance Details Enter and Loading slip number is generated. Loading sheet prepared at GEMS It is prepared at the time of loading.so the parameters are used as docket no, mode (air/surface), actual weight, charged weight, destination and no of packets. Loading Sheet Docket No. Mode Actual wt. Charged wt. Destination Packets 31
  • Loading/Unloading tally In loading/unloading tally the sector code will be based on Bin mapping. E.g. if OU defined PCY under MAAO Bin, then MAAO will be printed as touch point code. The user easily identified where shipments need to be store in based on touch point code. Note: - for loading tally retrieval touch point code will be printed but in unloading tally storage touch point code will be printed. Dispatch Process •Click on generate L.T •loading tally is generated Click on population TC is generated save •dockets to be loaded click on TC/DMRV process Send the TC to generate DMRV No. Process of loading shipment in vehicle The shipment is loaded in the vehicle by tallying it with the loading tally. An employee of GATIKWE supervises the loading process with the help of the loading tally. Loading tally contains the docket no‟s and the no of packages to be loaded into the vehicle. DMRV Process Daily Movement of Route Vehicle is the process by which we can update the route a particular vehicle is taking on that particular day or time. It provides information about the routes which are being serviced and by which vehicles. It also helps in fleet management and route planning. 32
  • DELIVERY PROCESS Delivery planning in GEMS Now GATIKWE has a single window solution for managing the deliveries called “Delivery Module”. The following key activities are….. 1) Pre-assigned docket and PDC generation. 2) Re-assign docket and un-delivery reason 3) Advance delivery docket report. 1) Pre-assigned docket and PDC generation Once open this delivery module, ask for GA code, after putting GA code and hit populate, it shows all the docket assigned for GA. The basis for pre-selection is GA pin code combination and location name in new docket entry. PDC generation: Now select the docket for PDC generation and click PDC generation tab.If however some docket required the MR, then 1st prepare MR then go for PDC. 33
  • 2) Re-assigning docket If some GA is absent, then go for re-assigning dockets.so in delivery module go for “docket allocation” and enter the new GA code with docket no. Docket delivery exception If there is a delivery exception like “payment not ready”….etc…then go for docket exception form.Then go for update and these update will be visible In tracing as virtual attempts. 3) Advance Delivery report. There are 2 option one of summary and other of details. GA wise undelivered report 34
  • Here we can check the GA wise undelivered, PDC not prepared and docket exception report. This is using this report to review the GA. Diagrammatic logic of Delivery module The key fields are location code from docket entry and GA code from GA pincode combination form. Delivery external Process:Material Segregation process:Materials i.e. shipments that are to be delivered locally are segregated according to the last digit of their docket number i.e. all dockets ending with number 1 are stacked separately, dockets ending with number 2 are stacked separately and so on. This simplifies the process and reduces the time wasted for searching of materials. The shipments are delivered by the delivery GA‟s, each GA is allocated a specific territory in which he operates. GA‟s collected the dockets which are to be delivered in their territory and find the shipments and stacks them near their vehicles. Octroi Charge/Tax Updating:What is Octroi? 35
  • It is called as the entry tax. It is depend on state government rule and regulation.Octroi is not included inside the state delivery.E.g. in Maharashtra, let‟s say a goods is delivered from Bandra to Andheri. Here no Octroi is needed. For MaharashtraOctroi charge is 5.5% of the value of deliver goods. Some state Octroi is not needed like Punjab, Gujarat, Delhi but form no 403 is required to deliver the goods. In Jammu Kashmir there is no Octroi but required the entry fee. How Octroi/E.Tax/Service Tax Calculated. In GATIKWE the normal service Tax is 125 but due to customer dis-satisfaction GATIKWE updated as-If the goods charge is below 500 rupees, then 50 rupees deducted as Tax. e.g. Let‟s a docket value is 10000 rupees, and then the Octroi charge is 5.5% that is 550 rupees. Then service tax is 12.36% of 550 rupees is 67.98. So E.Tax is 125+67.98=192.98 rupees. For contractual customer it varies 1% to 3% instead of 5.5%. OCTROI BILLS Money Receipt Preparation Process:Money receipt is a must for delivering any shipment. We cannot prepare the delivery PDC if money receipt is not prepared for even one docket of the numerous dockets for which the PDC is being prepared. The money receipt is generally prepared for FOD shipments as for paid shipments money receipt is automatically updated in the system. The money receipt is prepared while preparing the delivery PDC by entering the details in the money receipt form. For money receipt preparation the parameters are needed below:How Bulk Delivery Money Receipt Generation in GEMS FOD MR Docket details Docket no FOD Amount Service Tax Total Amount C‟nee Code FOD-Freight on deliveryC‟nee Code-consign Code Money receipt 36
  • Customer_code:99999OU_Code: BOMN Address: Address: Receipt No: BOMN/2013/ 0015887 Date: 06-may-2013 Sl no Docket no Freight Cod Octroi E.tax Demurrage Service tax Total ( Service tax is inclusive of 2% education cases) Intimation Letter Intimation letter is prepared for all the COD/DOD deliveries. It is done so that the consignee would be ready with a cheque or draft for the specified amount so as enable the delivery. (The process of issuing of intimation letter is not being followed in the EDC; the GA would call the consignee and intimate him regarding the COD delivery). GA wise PDC preparation:Delivery PDC is prepared for each GA. It contains the entire docket no‟s and details like no of packages and the weight of shipment etc. which are being taken for delivery by the particular GA. Two printouts of the PDC are taken and one is given to the GA on which he gets the signature of the consignee and the other copy is with the staff which is used for tallying the loading of goods into the GA vehicle and the same copy is signed by both GA (acknowledging the receipt of goods) and the staff member who supervised the loading of the vehicle. PDC: After the separation of the dockets according to the GA‟s area the next task is the preparation of the Pick-up Delivery Challan. (PDC), it contains date, time, and OU code, docket no, number of packages, weight, delivery instructions, money amount, COD/DOD amount. Essential parameters: Problems when PDC generation 37
  • 1) Shows invalid docket due to docket not entry in booking OU. 2) Invalid OU, if the goods are in wrong OU. 3) Sometime it will show invalid docket due to invalid pin code. DELIVERY CHALLAN REPORT PDC NO.-156743 GA CODE-6093427 TOTAL-SL ST N0 N . 1 DKT NO P K G S RECIV ER DETAI LS. WT. PDC CHA RGE BASI S CO D/ DO D COD MR AD DL AM T. AD DL. RE MID S BWD499012768 21650.56 A.K ACHARYA 455.00 FOD - - 21456.78 - ANDHERI(W) 2 - BWD 532874093 1 563 - 10 S. KULKARNI 378.34 TBB - VARSOA 3 BOMO 432557643 23 470.89 38654.00 - RAKESH STUDIO 339 FOD - - ANDHERI(E) 60673.78 STAFF CODE: 40616D STAFF NAME: MAYUR RAI VARIFIEDSIGNATURE ADVANTAGES 2) Proof of delivery 3) It helps to tracking the Docket no. 4) PDCalways generated two copy, if 1st copy is missing or GA complain that PDC was manually, it helps to handle the problem 38
  • 5) It helps to tally the no, of packets with docket number in loading process 6) It contains the signature of service associate, if any shortage will come then all the responsible will take by associates. How to handle the Problem in PDC Generation 1) If shows the docket invalid go to docket tracking, then change the OU in redirection form. CHANGED THE OU GO TO DELIVERY MODULE OPEN REDIRECTIO N FORM PUT DOCKET NO PUT NEW DELIVERED OU PUT DOCKET NO ENTER 2) Else got to simply receive process. Click on en route copy ZIPPmanif est no Open simply Load/ Unloa d open receiv e proce ss put in TC/M F no POPU LATE Note: 1) Redirection can be done within EDC of delivery OU only. 2) Any business partner if not uploaded pan image with details, hence 20% of TDS will be applicable on PDC approval. 3) If docket details not in system, associate generate a manual PDCand conform to the BookingOU. 39
  • Delivering shipment to the customer:The vehicle of the GA is loaded in LIFO method i.e. the last shipment comes out first. It is done so as we cannot access all the shipments in the GA‟s vehicle for example if the shipment that has to be delivered first is placed first then we have to empty the vehicle to access it. The delivery process depends on various factors like If the shipment is booked under COD then the delivery is made only after collecting the cheque/cash for the shipment to be delivered. If the shipment is booked as FOD then it is delivered after collecting the freight charges. The GA then delivers the shipment to the customer takes his name, seal and signature, date & time and remarks on the docket and gives the receivers copy to the customer and also takes the signature on the PDC copy of the GA. The GA then uploads the POD copy by using the 10C application and returns the physical POD copy and the undelivered shipments to the operating unit. Receiving undelivered shipment from GA and updating in GEMS The undelivered shipment is returned to the OU by the GA, where the staff would check the shipments and tally them with the PDC copy and the dockets remained with the GA and take the possession of the shipments and the dockets. The undelivered shipments are updated in GEMS during the process of updating the POD‟s of delivered shipments. OTHER ACTIVITY AFTER DELIVERY Process of preparing and approving PFN PFN is prepared after all the deliveries for the days are completed and POD‟s are uploaded. PFN is prepared by selecting PFN preparation form in GEMS and clicking on the tab populates the POD‟s. PFN is document that contains the docket numbers of those shipments which are delivered and their POD‟s are uploaded. In cases of direct deliveries even if the POD‟s are not uploaded their data is included in the PFN. The staff who prepares the PFN approves it by taking the printout of the PFN copy and manually approves it by tallying it with the physical copy of POD‟s. The PFN along with the physical POD‟s are sent to the central POD cell by generating the FOC docket by air. Stock Verification 40
  • Stock verification is done by taking manual stock and tallying with the system stock. The physical stock is taken by noting down the docket numbers and the no of packages of shipments present in the warehouse according to their delivery location. Tally the physical stock with the system stock to note whether there are any discrepancies in the system stock. Notice Post Let‟s say that some goods are inside the good down but customer not responding it.so the GATIKWEposts a notice twice,one is after 6 days and another is after 15 days, then goods go for UCG procedure. UCG procedure for undelivered shipment In case of undelivered shipment the no attempt of delivery and the reason for the nondelivery is updated and appropriate action is taken in accordance with the UCG guidelines. Guideline for FOD Outstanding Above 30 days FOD stock lying at your OU has to be checked with customer and should be delivered, if not delivered within 30 days, then go for rebook the shipment as per the UCG procedure. Rebooking procedure a) After conformation from booking OU and the customer, the stock must be rebooked to the UCG according to the contract. b) When the docket entry for rebooking occurring, rebooking option will be put instead of docket type and original docket number will be mentioned against the ref. docket no. Thus the original docket no will be automatically removed from the FOD Outstanding 1) Ensure the demurrage charge and warehousing charge. 2) If any FOD shipment is misroute the properly send it to correct route. 3) If some FOD shipments are untraceable, then all the responsible go for booking OU, last stock OU, destination OU. CTL Delivery Process Container Truck Load or Full Truck Load delivery is done by direct delivery i.e. the shipment will go to the consignee‟s place directly without entering the delivery OU. By this method time and money are saved. FOC (Free on Cost) 41
  • It is an internal process, which is the intra GATIKWE official delivery process. This is helps to GATIKWE employee to send the documents on free of cost. Process of FOC Docket Approval Approval PDC Generation TBB (To be billed) Update with POD POD Approval Delivery updating Advantages 1) Free of cost. 2) MR generation is not required. 3) Fast delivery. Disadvantages 1) It shows invalid docket, when PDC generation. How to handle 1) Staff mail to the booking OU for entry the docket no and docket approval PDC ESS and additional charge updating The additional charges updating is done by the shift in-charge in the GEMS. Process of updating Put Docket No 42
  • Put Additional charges Approval Recalculate Note: - The additional charges can‟t be update after 48 hour of PDC generation, due to data automatically updated after 48 hours by GEMS. Problems At the time of updating sometimes it show Octroi charges not updated like2) 3) 4) 5) Contract expired Octroi payment not ready Refuse to pay Octroi Octroi conformation pending. Octroi payment not ready/refuse to pay Octroi At that time coordinator tries to talk with customer about Octroi charges. Here 2 types of case will come 1) Shipper pays the Octroi. 2) Customer pays the Octroi. OctroiOutstanding……. For an example –customer goods value say 50000 rupees. But customer thought that Octroi may charge 10000 rupees and paid to GATIKWE. After the actual Octroi charges 15000 rupees.so customers delay the Octroi payments. It is called Octroi outstanding. Contract expired GATIKWE does contract with regular customer. Sometimes GA does not know about the contract expired, so booking will done at that time. 43
  • START BOOKING STOP COORDINATOR CONFORM TO CUSTOMER Yes AGAIN CONTRACT ACTIVATE No USE CONTRACT PAYMENT CHARGE MAKE NORMAL PAYMENT DELIVERYGOODS END 44
  • Delivery Process Requirements: GA-master Biker CV LV Shipment delivery requested for the day & customer care special instruction Run sheet preparation City routes Pin code updating Scan and select docket COD/FOD/MR generation Print FOD or Text Run sheet generation Run sheet vs. physical check and hand over to GA Check and close the exception Foot printing all un-delivery goods in OU Un-delivery reason code Attempted time Shipment in scan Delivery updating Mobile 10C updating OU stock Exchange delivery updating PC Collect the old shipment New docket number entry Prepaid delivery updating Warehouse stock Run sheet scan and updating Customer name Time of delivery Id-proof Stock exception 45
  • How POD Service maintained in 10C Module 10C (DELIVERYING MODULE) 10C is for delivering, when POD uploading required GA uses the 10C module for uploading the POD and it is enterprise management software, install in the GA‟s mobile. 10C Change pass Service Dly Docket no Delivered time & date Receiver name & sign ESS POD upload POD upload Customer remark Undly Time POD upload today but send office tomorrow Customer contact no Docket no Customer name Undelivered reason code Octroi payment not ready (code66) COD not ready Code-64 Office close Code-69 Customer refuse Code-68 Records to be maintained at OU Booking PDC copy Delivery PDC copy Undelivered shipment/Rebooking shipments 46
  • UCG Formalities Process and Formalities of declaration of unclaimed goods The process of declaring a shipment as unclaimed goods (UCG) starts when the GA is unable to deliver the shipment even after 3 attempts of delivering it. Demurrage charge Goods are not delivered between 72 hours. Then it is taking 0.1% charge of warehouse. This is called demurrage charge. The first notice is issued to the consignee (Delivery OU) and shipper (Booking OU) after 6 days at a charge of Rs. 400and if they don‟t respond then a second notice is issued after 15 days to the consignee and shipper at a charge of Rs 800.After completion of 30 days the shipment is sent to the UCG center in Bangalore by generating an FOC docket. The 3rd and last notice would be issued by the UCG center in Bangalore to the shipper and consignee at a charge of Rs 2000, if no party responds to the notice then those goods are declared un claimed and are auctioned in order to recover the costs incurred by the company for transporting and storing the shipment and also the legal costs like issuing notices. Forwarding unclaimed goods to UCG The shipment is forwarded to UCG department if the shipper and consignee do not respond to the 2 notices served to them and after completion 30days from the day of receiving the shipment. FOC docket is generated and shipment is sent to UCG department in Mumbai. Procedure followed by UCG department UCG department in Bengaluru will store the for 30 days and send notice to all concerned parties and in case shipper or receiver responds to the notice and wants to claim the shipment then the final cost is calculated by adding the demurrage charges, transport costs, legal costs and a final amount is put forward to the customer, if the customer pays the amount then the shipment is handed over to the customer. If the does not pay or respond to the notice then the shipment is declared as unclaimed and is auctioned off to recover the expenses. Records to be maintained at OU The copies of the notices served to the shipper and receiver The proof of notices being sent (speed post receipts etc. 47
  • Operation at Customer Service GATIKWE divides whole customer service into 3 factors 1) Query Handling. 2) Complaint Handling. 3) Proactive Customer Service. 1) Query Handling The query handling process is very complicated and spiral process. It is segregated into different working module like handling all query calls, Registration of all calls, Processing of query, Query closure, Conversation of pre-sales lead into sales lead management, Maintaining query branch wise and region wise, Arrange query according to (escalated queries, unresolved query and conversation query to sales head). 2) Complaint Handling Complaint handling process has different parts such as registration of all complaints, Analysis of the complaints, processing the complaints, (Escalations of unresolved, Observation Note issue, No. of freight refunds made), Verification closure, Corrective action and recovery. 3) Proactive Customer Service Different segment of proactive customer service is docket tracking, maintain booking service, undelivered stock, accident and check post definition notice, COD/FOD intimation, docket not forward from branch, dockets lying without documents, docket not delivered on assured delivery date. 48
  • Operational Structure of Customer Service Customer Service Operation Query Handling Complaints Handling Proactive Customer Service Complain Handling Register of all complaints Ananysis of the complaints Processing complaints unresolved, OBN, freight refund Varification clousure Corrective action and recovery Query Handling Handling all query Register all query Processing of query Conversati on presales to sales lead Query clouser Maintaining query branch and region wise Arrange querry Proactive customer service Docket tracking Maintain booking service Undeliver stock Accident and check post details COD/FOD intimation Docket not forward from branch Docket lying without docket Not meet ADD 49
  • OPERATION AT WAREHOUSE Process of warehouse management entries GATIKWE segregate warehouse management into 2 processes: 1) Inbound Process. 2) Outbound Process. 1) Inbound Process Start Entering security inbound register DEPS Verification Stacking of consignment in receiving area Physical verification by warehouse executive Update DEPS Is consignment correct? GRN posting by data entry operator Giving acknowledgement to supplier Put inbound no. in back side of bill/invoice/challan SKU checking process i.e. size, quality, color, unit Labeling bar code level in each box (sku), which provide by supplier Conform GRN Closing inbound process Preparing GRN SKU wise storing material into BIN 50
  • Material Storage Procedure Storage of fresh stock Returned and damage material storage process Use the location master Update System Marking Storage Area Warehouse goods arrangement GATIKWE prepare a code “R-R-L” for the warehouse management system i.e. Row-Rack-Location The goods are stored row wise according to customer and then arrange it in rack wise with docket information and at last placed according to location wise. Warehouse delivering process In GATIKWE warehouse delivering process is 3 types 1) FIFO (Fast in Fast Out). Here the 1st items which will come to warehouse, it will be going to delivery 1st. 2) LIFO (Last in Fast Out). Here the last goods are going to first delivery. 3) FEFO (Fast Expire Fast Out). Here the first expire goods will be first delivery. E.g. if some food goods are there for delivery, then it will be delivery first. 2) Outbound Process 51
  • Prepare Indent Pick-up Picked Material Cross Checking Scanning the Picked SKU Route Planning Update System Generation of Invoice Advantage 1) Due to R-R-L process, the goods are identifying easily, when in loading process. 2) FEFO helps to decrease the damages. 3) All the delivery process shows that “fast out”. AIR TRANSIT CENTRE Overview Air transit center of GATIKWE is completely responsible for all kind of air operation. Process starts from sending lodgment from the booking air transit center to destination air transit center. In the lodgment process the booking air transit center generally send the details about the shipment like airway bill, number of packages and flight no. In case of packing the shipments, generally we use 3 kinds of packages like Mother Bags, wooden box, loose boxes. The next important task is the preparation of the Airway bill, which consist a unique number for the shipments, weights and the number of packages. Fixing up Air way bill stickers on the mother bag is a task of the booking operating unit. Before handling over the shipments to Airline staff the employees of GATIKWE who is in the airport needs to do the scanning of cargo through the scanning machine. The booking OU will be responsible for sending the pre alert to the destination Air transit centers. After receiving the shipments in the airport we used to separate all those received shipments according to the destination point. In case of transit shipments we will bring back the respective shipments in the nearby operating unit, in the night we will connect those shipments to the destination point. 52
  • After receiving the shipments we get Delivery Notification from the respective airlines, in which we highlight any sort of DEPS if it happens with the airlines. In case of pick-up we have a cut off time of 12.30 AM after that we will connect the shipments in the 2nd flight. Now we are taking the help of different agencies like POBC, EDS for sending the shipments from one place to another in the return those agents provide us a CD which will help us to collect the details about the shipments. Detailed process of preparing Air Way Bill An Air Way Bill (AWB) is equivalent to Docket in case of surface transportation. It consists of the details like shipper and consignee, no. of packages, weight and value of goods etc. A standard Air Way Bill (AWB) consists of 9 leaves or copies and that are 1. Shipper copy 2. Agent copy 3. For issuing carrier 4. For consignee 5. Delivery receipt 6. Airport of Destination 7. For First carrier 8. For Second carrier 9.For Third carrier. Manifest Verifying Process Manifest is prepared by clicking on dispatch tab in simply load/unload and selecting manifest from the dropdown menu (For surface we select Trip Challan (TC)). After Manifest is prepared the shipments are sent to the air cargo for lodgment and after lodgment we verify whether any deviations from the manifest like offloading, cooling, part dispatch have occurred and the same is updated in the exceptional report and sent to the destination ATC (Post Alert). Process of Receiving Cargo at destination airport: The shipments are collected at the destination airport by generating an unloading tally and tallying with the incoming dockets and AWB‟s. The shipments are received from the cargo divisions of the airlines and any DEPS are raised with the airline staff and informed to the Origin OU/ATC. The material is broughtOut of the airport after the security clearance and taken to the destination ATC center from there it is sent to the destination OU‟s. Highlighting DEPS with Airlines As soon as the shipments are received from the cargo divisions of the airlines they are checked for any Damages, Extras, Pilferage, and Shortage and in case of any DEPS the issue is immediately raised with the airline staff and informed to the Origin OU/ATC. In the case of Shortages the airline staff checks their respective stations for the material and in case of not finding it they issue a short landing certificate on basis of which we can issue an Observation Note (OBN) to the customer. The DEPS issues that are raised with the airlines are updated in DEPS tab in GEMS. 53
  • Shipment Dispatch Process The material is brought Out of the airport after the security clearance and taken to the destination ATC center from there it is sent to the destination OU‟s or if the customer is serviced by the ATC then the shipment is sent to the customer directly from the ATC by preparing GA wise PDC (same as normal STC operations). If the shipment has to be sent to the other OU then TC and THC are generated and the shipments are forwarded to the destination OU (same as normal STC Operation. Retrival Process Alert from booking OU to destination OU, before retrieval Pre-alert Inbound retrieval Airway Bill Is Tally match NO DEPS Process YES Loading Material into vehicle Octroi clearance Gate Pass N-FORM Material Sorting Distribution to all OU Direct delivery Un-delivery goods stored into ware-house PDC/POD 54
  • Lodgment Process Goods unload from vehicle at airport Sort out Goods Weighting No of pkts./Poly Bags. Total Load Call to Airways toll free no. for booking allotment Loading into airways trolly Airways checked booking no. Weighting Check Scanning Received Signature Ok 55
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  • SWOTanalysis Strength 1) GATIKWE implemented ERP on its operation which helps to low paper work, well defined. 2) GEMS (GATIKWE ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM) are a single process and multi user operating module. 3) Surface cargo delivery makes GATIKWE efficient in logistic sector and No-1 in India instead of DHL, TCI and other competitive. 4) Assured delivery date (ADD) and time of delivery goods, is the motto of GATIKWE. 5) Experience resources wide network of supply chain unit in all over India and shark country, creates an image and a multinational brand in global environment. 6) Under new structure country was divided in 4 zones: East, West, North and South. Which were further divided in 18 Express Distribution Centre (EDC). These EDC became Hub under “Hub and spoke” model of distribution. For operations these EDC control 62 GATIKWE Distribution Warehouse (GDW), 102 Depot and 247 Franchisee. 7) For surface distribution of goods GATIKWE maintained 4000 cargo in all over India which connecting 98.46% of district. 8) GATIKWE maintained a tangent in surface operation due not dependent to other party. 9) Service sector nourish itself and coordinate the other sectors for growth. 10) Centralization management process creates a target individually for each OU, which gives perfect Output. 11) Door to door service creates customer satisfactions. 12) Multi model transportation 13) Huge infrastructure makes easy for distribution. 14) Less labor cost. 15) Skilled staff. 16) Dominant player in surface cargo segment in India, which accounts for more than 55% of the total…… 17) Niche value addition such as third party logistic, trucking, and warehousing solution…. 18) Re-engineering high-tech warehouses and distributing infrastructure…. 19) Advance IT solution to back-up its service. Weakness 1) Current low SQS compliance level is below 50%. 2) Organization is people dependent. 3) Adopting the old operational process. 4) Time taking in problem solving. 58
  • 5) Centralization management process, but sometimes act as decentralization. 6) Facing a competition from DHL. 7) More time consuming due to 4PL party logistics like POBS, EDS. 8) Expenses are very high. Opportunity 1) As now logistic sector of India is developing, but GATIKWE completed 50% of its structure in last 24 year. So now opportunity comes to make it 100%. 2) GATIKWE is now a joint venture MNC company, so it makes a global brand and image for its customer. 3) Service sector extended a service chain which serve at 24*7. 4) It creates a global recruitment for each qualification in service field like manager, associates, analyst, audit etc. 5) All MNC company uses the foreign/western knowledge for its service but GATIKWE uses the local knowledge and makes it perfect in globally. 6) Capture the logistic and supply chain market of rural area. 7) Improvement of country logistic infrastructure. 8) Re-engineering service helps to eliminate the local storage network. 9) Expanding economy WTO agreements. 10) Entry of the large no. …….of global retailers. 11) Increase the investment, booming manufacturing, and development of organized retail sectors-provide business potential to the express industries. Threat 1) When GST is implemented 100%, GATIKWE would be competing against the process complaints organizations which are currently struggling due to people dependent local language. 2) Fuel price is now a big threat for GATIKWE. 3) Government policy like octroi, N-form, State Entry form, e-form, LBT etc. 4) War is also a threat for company. 5) Global competitor in logistic sector. Research Methodology Topic of Research 59
  • Reduction of DEPS, Cooling, Delivery delay and Employee dissatisfactions in GATIKWE network.. Research Design During my project I have preferred and used descriptive research as well as quantitative research design because both research needs survey and enquire for finding of various types of facts. These research designs helped me to find valuable data and gather information for my project. I focus only the process observation and findings the problems. I have used questionnaire and survey method through which I have collected data regarding my project. Research type -Research is totally based on observation and suggestion and remarks are given separately. Types of data used - Primary Data Primary data collection method -close ended interview, group discussion. Primary data collection tools -questionnaire Limitation during Survey  Some of the employees were showing very casual approach towards my questions.  Time constraints were the biggest limitation for me during survey.  During my survey I have taken only positive attitude people into my account.  Many people are unaware about the operating process.  As my project topic is a vast operating area, I was unstable to handle the entire field. Data Interpretation 1. DEPS Report of Mumbai (BOMN OU) for MAY Month 60
  • According to my topic I analyze all the operation process perfectly and found the root cause of DEPS occurs. I used only BOMN OU DEPS for my analysis and made pie chat and bar graph which is shown below. Total DEPS in MAY Month 176 pkt. Damage 93 pkt. Extra 12 pkt. Pilferage 25 pkt. Short 46 pkt. Bar graph shows that the DEPS in month of MAY in BOMN, Mumbai. All the data is in terms of number of packets. 61
  • In month of MAY, total DEPS in BOMN is calculated in percentage wise, which is equal to above BAR data. 2. Cooling Report in BOMN, Mumbai 10TH MAY TO 10TH JUNE As my project is an analysis part, so I analyze the cooling process of BOMN OU and I found that 10% are under demurrage (6% for 1st notice and 4% for under 2nd notice) after undelivered of 3 days, 5% are maintaining UCG after 30 days of undelivered, 45% undelivered due to (OCTROI outstanding, customer payment not ready) between 3 days of shipment reached at EDC and 40% are undelivered due to vehicle late, problem in PDC generation between 1-2 days. 3. Undelivered Reason Report BOMN, Mumbai When I analyze “reduce the cooling” then I found one reason increase delivery efficient reduce cooling. Then I analyze the how to increase the delivery efficient and reduce the obstacle. I found reason for undelivered 1) Vehicle reached OU late. 2) PDC generation late. 3) OCTROI outstanding. 4) Customer Office closes. 62
  • Undelivered report Vehicle reached OU late PDC generation late. OCTROI outstanding. Customer Office closes. 42% 10% 7% 41% ANALYSIS & IMPLEMENTATION 1) DEPS ANANYSIS WHY DEPS OCCURE? DAMAGE 1) 2) 3) 4) Not properly check the packaging of shipment during booking process. Not handling properly at loading and unloading by handler/GA people. Different size and shape of material creates damage during transaction. Not properly utilization of space in the vehicle which causes the collision due to gap between the materials and causes the damages. 63
  • 5) Material not fit with the box. 6) Food items are not stored with properly. Let‟s say a mango packet is stored side of the wood box, and then the damages occur. 7) Use old and used box again for packing causes the damages. 8) Lack of handling equipment in GATIKWE. 9) Insufficient handlers at HUB. 10) Unstructured stacking of shipment. 11) Lickage of container in vehicle during rainy season. EXTRA 1) 2) 3) 4) Mistake of tally process during loading and unloading. Wrong information in docket about no. of shipment. Illiterate handler. If once tally occur at loading, then sometimes due to time conservation executive skip the tally process again in unloading process. PILFERAGE 1) Poor packaging. 2) Not properly checking of material during shipment. 3) Act of stealing material from the shipment. SHORTAGE 1) Poor packaging. 2) Mistake in tally during load and unloading. 3) Large no. of small shipment. HOW SIX-SIGMA INCRESES THE EFFICIENCY OF DELIVERY PROCESS As GATIKWE is focusing on G-Force, so we can improve our delivery process tremendously by improving delivery efficiency using Six Sigma, here in improvement and control I have focused on GA part of it majorly as asked in the report. 64
  • Here, I have used DMAIC technique which is widely used to improve efficiency, so I have used to it to improve delivery efficiency DMAIC is a structured, disciplined, rigorous approach to process improvement consisting of the five phases mentioned, where each phase is linked logically to the previous phase as well as to the next phase. 1. Define: The first phase is Define. During the Define phase, a team and its sponsors reach agreement on what the project is and what it should accomplish. Here our project is delivery efficiency and end result is that we want improve on it. The First step is Develop a project charter. SIPOC Process Map A SIPOC is a high-level process map that includes Suppliers, Inputs, Process, Output, and Customers. Efficiency is judged based on the output of a process. The efficiency is improved by analyzing inputs and process variables. SIPOC Process Map is provided below for GATIKWE: Suppliers/Customer 7Booking Parameters Timely Pick-up Inputs LT, LOADING, MR, ULT, Process GEMS entries, Proper Output Delivery at right place ,at right time Customer More Orders, Word of Mouth about 65
  • How GA TC, THC, delivery communicated and DMRV. etc. process is to acted be followed and strictly monitored to the right customer and enhances customer delight which is prime for our business GATIKWE, Delivery efficiency can be our competitive advantage 2. Measure Failure mode and effect analysis: The FMEA is also used to rank & prioritize the possible causes of failure as well as develop and implement preventive actions, with responsible persons assigned to carry out these actions. For example some of the failure Mode I have identified is: Failure 1: Vehicle arriving late from EDC to respective OU, so it delays the delivery, which further delay pick up. So this is failure, which effects delivery drastically Failure 2: In calculating DIFOT, we are only considering form 21 and form 22 and calculating DIFOT efficiency, so if some GA delivers all TBB dockets but unable to deliver Retail dockets, Still DIFOT will be 100 %. Failure 3: GA not arranging in LIFO order. Failure 4: Inefficient Route Planning Hence, we can find other reasons for the same, and do Failure and effect analysis. 3. Elements of Analyze Why Analysis. By repeatedly asking the question "Why" (five is a good rule), it is possible to peel away the layers of symptoms to identify the root cause of a problem. Very often the first reason for a problem will lead you to another question and then to another. Although this technique is called "5 Whys," To identify the root cause, this method is very important. 1. Why is our customer unhappy? Because our deliveries of shipments have been late for the last month. 66
  • 2. Why have our deliveries been late for the last month? Because GA has been delivering behind schedule. 3. Why has GA delivery been behind schedule? Because vehicle is arriving late from EDC. Or late preparation in PDC. 4. Why vehicle is arriving late from EDC? Because it is taking too much time in Octroi. 5. Why late in PDC generation? Because neither efficient employee nor IT backup slow. Hence likewise, we can do analysis of everything and get a solution 1. Cause and Effect diagram/Fish-Bone diagram: CAUSES OF REDUCED DELIVERY EFFICIENCY EQUIPMENT Vehicle Downtime PROCESS Delay in Upstream Processes Vehicle Scheduled Maintenance Lack of local area knowledge Quality Checks IT Systems Downtime Handling Equipment Downtime PEOPLE Lack of Motivation Material Mishandling Delays from customers’ side REDUCED DELIVERY EFFICIENCY Load Fluctuations Adverse Weather Conditions Lack of strict adherence to Booking Parameters ENVIRONMENT Over-Enthusiastic Commitments Shifting of Priorities MANAGEMENT 4. Elements of Improve The sole purpose of the Improve phase is to demonstrate, with fact and data, that our solutions solve the problem. Our organization will make changes in a process that will eliminate the defects, waste, and unnecessary costs that are linked to the customer need identified during the Define phase. A) Set up reduction method: Rapid Set up method: The principle of this method is to eliminate anything that interrupts or hinders productivity. The following steps provide a high level description of the Four-Step Rapid Setup method: 67
  • Step # 1 – Identify and tabulate any process-related activity that fits into one or more of the following categories:  Activity that delays the start of value-added work-Vehicle arriving late from EDC  Activity that causes interruptions to value-added work-GA interference continuously in working processes of company  Activity where it is similar or identical to another task in the processModification in GEMS process. Step #2 – See if any of the interruptive/delaying tasks can be offloaded, For example: We can do efficient route planning, properly put the shipment in GA vehicle such that LIFO take place, which will fast our delivery process Step # 3 - Streamline or automate any interruptive/delaying tasks that cannot be offloaded. Step # 4 – Bring the process under statistical control: The setup is not complete until the output of the process is “within specification” and under statistical control, meaning the amount of variation in lead time is within predictable limits of +/- 3 sigma. B) Queuing Methods for Reducing Congestion and Delays Often congestion occurs because of variation in demand, much like travel congestion and delays that we all witness during the holiday season. Once identified, there are two principal techniques for reducing congestion that arises from variation in the demand for service. Pooling: Cross training staff to step in during times of peak loads. Once load arrives, for example, office and other staff to help out with sorting, GEMS, Customer Service during unexpected and predictable peak times.  Triaging: Sorting jobs into categories that reflect different levels of effort required. Typical schemes include: fast service times versus slow service times; routine problems versus catastrophic problems. Once Triaging categories have been identified, then develop different strategies to deal with each category. C) 5S: This process already adopted by our organization 5. Elements of Control 68
  • A Quality Control (QC) Process Chart is a tool that helps you document Plan-DoCheck-Act (PDCA) activities for the process. The Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle is a well-known model for CPI. It teaches organizations to plan an action, do it, check to see how it conforms to the plan and act on what has been learned. The PDCA cycle is made up of four steps for improvement or change:  Plan: Recognize an opportunity, and plan the change.  Do: Test the change.  Check: Review the test, analyze the results and identify key learning points.  Act: Take action based on what you learned in the check step. We should adopt PDAC cycle in our GATI; it will give us better results. 2. Standardization:  Reduce variation among individuals or groups and make process output more predictable  Provide “know-why” for associates, executives, GA‟s and managers now on the job  Provide a basis for training new people  Provide a trail for tracing problems  Provide a means to capture and retain knowledge Give direction in the case of unusual conditions Advantages: Develop and document standard practices Train Staff teams Monitor performance Summarize and communicate results Recommend future plans Hence, by using Six Sigma process, not 100 % but adopting some of the processes, we can identify the problem, rectify the problem and come up with the solution. REDUCING COOLING USING CROSS DOCKING The term cross docking refers to moving product from a manufacturing plant and delivers it directly to the customer with little or no material handling in between. Cross docking not only reduces material handling, but also reduces the need to store the products in the warehouse. In most cases the products sent from the manufacturing area to the loading dock has been allocated for outbound deliveries. 69
  • TYPES OF CROSS DOCKING: – Pre-distribution cross docking: the customer is assigned before the shipment leaves the vendor, so it arrives to the cross dock bagged and tagged for transfer. – Post-distribution cross docking: the cross dock itself allocates material to its stores. CROSS DOCKING OPERATION Strip doors: doors where full trailers are parked and unloaded. Any incoming trailer can be unloaded to any strip door. Stack doors: doors where empty trailers are put to collect freight for specific destinations. Each stack door is permanently assigned to a distinct destination. A queuing model for cross docking operation Customers: Inbound trailers Servers: Strip doors Buffering Queue: Parking lot Processing times 70
  • – customer-dependent: freight mix – server-dependent: distance of the strip door under consideration from the stack doors serving the destinations of the trailer freight Optimizing the cross dock performance: • The major operational cost for cross dock is the labor cost. • Hence, the system performance is optimized by seeking to maximize the throughput of the cross dock operations by establishing an efficient freight flow. • Factors affecting the freight flow: – Long term decisions: • • Employed material handling systems • – Number of doors and shape of the building parking facilities Medium term decisions: • – Cross dock layout, i.e., the characterization of the various doors as strip or stack doors, and the assignment of specific destinations to the stack doors Short term decisions • Inbound Trailer Scheduling Cross Docking at GATIKWE In GATIKWE, warehouses were set up as inventory buffer points along the supply paths so that demand fluctuations across the network could be smoothed. It provides stability to the planning and operations of the supply chain. 71
  • As In GATIKWE, we are facing problem of cooling, so using cross docking efficiently, we can reduce cooling to a much greater extent. In some of the GDW‟s, where the product and demand attributes allow, it is possible to leverage cross-docking opportunities and reduce the inventory buffers We need to plan and execute it properly, as it will save the intermediate disposition, storage and order fulfillment tasks in the warehouse. e.g. For example load came from BOMO to BOMN, but it has to redirect to BOMS, now BOMN operating department have to take permission from EDC, at 4:00 pm, if it will be late, then it may delay delivery for 2 days. So, give some authority to shift leader or coordinator that we can at least redirect it same day. Hence, we can stop cooling It will also be helpful in saving resources across the board, at the warehouse like labour, space and equipment; and also technology resources by simplifying the process To reduce cooling, we need to be efficient in our operations. What kind of questions can come in our mind? (Cross Docking)  When should a vehicle arrive in the cross-dock?  Which group of containers should enter the cross- dock with time-overlapping?  Which dock should a container be allocated to?  What should be the sequence of exchanging of pallets between containers?  How to handle dynamics on arriving, processing, and facility uncertainty?  How to produce the tasks which would be assigned to forklifts for exchanging pallets? To answer these questions, we can use below techniques: Cross docking planning includes the following aspects of design and optimizations: grouping, clustering, container sequencing, and allocation of containers to docks. Grouping: Identification of the groups of shipments that have pallet exchange relationships between them. A group includes those shipments which are linked directly or indirectly by the exchanges (edges). A group is represented by the yellow colour 72
  • Clustering: Identification of the shipments (vertices) with strong connectivity relationships within the same group. By this, the appropriate sequence of clusters of shipments to enter the cross docking area could be determined since a cluster with outputs to other clusters should be allocated earlier. A cluster is represented in green colour Identify minimum door requirements for groups (clusters): A cross dock needs to cater for multiple customers, so multiple group of shipments compete for limited door resources. This function is to calculate the minimum number of docks needed is for completing the exchange of a group without re-admission of shipments to the cross dock Optimization Optimized allocation of groups and shipments to docks: this is to determine which container should be as-signed to which door with consideration of minimizing movement distance in pallet exchanges Solution: The solution aims to improve cross-docking operations not only with higher speed and lower cost, but also copes well with dynamic changes (Vehicle arriving late, climatic changes, etc.). The advantages of the solution include: Maximize throughput and improve efficiency through optimization and coordination such that containers arrive at the right dock at the right time and pallets are transferred in the right sequence even in the face of dynamics. Sorting based on optimized shipment allocation: unlike traditional systems, our crossdocking engines should increase sorting capacity by employing advanced modelling to consider container relationships and facility configuration. Containers are admitted to cross-dock and pallets are transferred in a smooth and continuous way.  Lower inventory cost and improved service levels: Updating order quantities at the cross dock so that discrepancies between what was ordered and what is really needed could be reduced. This effectively reduces the safety stock, and also raises the service levels. 73
  •  Reduce storage and material handling cost: Cross-docking smoothly and speedily will not only lower material handling costs but also contribute to lower cost in the supply chain as storage is bypassed and velocity is increased.  Consideration for dynamic effects and item priority: Dynamic scheduling and admission will combat peak and valley waves by balancing demand and resource availability. Various Arrangements for Cross Docking in GATI: Hub and Spoke Arrangement "Hub and spoke" arrangements, where materials are brought in to one central location and then sorted for delivery to a variety of destinations Consolidation Arrangement: Consolidation arrangements, where a variety of smaller shipments are combined into one larger shipment for economy of transport 74
  • Deconsolidation arrangement Deconsolidation arrangements, where large shipments are broken down into smaller lots for ease of delivery. Merge in Transit Cross docked are married with stored goods. What needs to be done? 75
  • Cross-docking operations increase throughput at critical distribution points by unloading shipments from an inbound trailer directly onto outbound transport. This practice eliminates the need to store freight. 1. Handle each piece of freight only once. Moving the shipment directly from the source to the outbound load area eliminates wasted effort and time. As an added benefit, reduced handling also minimizes opportunities for product damage. 2. Make dock layout as compact as possible. Even if extra room exists, one does not want to increase travel time by using space that is not absolutely necessary. 3. Line up outbound loads effectively. Outbound load staging areas should be organized with the heaviest outbound loads on either side of the inbound freight source location. The next heaviest points should be just outside of the heaviest, and so on to the lightest outbound loads. 4. Consider timing. Just because an inbound truck arrives does not mean that it must be processed immediately. Work backward, loading the earliest outbound trailers first. Determine which inbound shipments to process based on the outbound schedule. 5. Keep freight visible. Store freight that won‟t go out in the current load directly behind the staging area so dock workers can quickly and easily locate shipments. 6. Always review the inbound product quantity. Sometimes the heaviest load out from a particular vendor will be what is normally a light load out and you need to adjust an unload location for a short time. One of these adjustments can save 25 to 40 extended distance trips. 7. Match staff to shipment volume. Track direct labour productivity numbers along with pre-alerts of freight due to arrive. This can help create more efficient worker schedules. 8. Configure TMS properly. For transportation management systems, properly configuring shipping schedules, routing, and key performance indicator measurements creates benefits such as route and load optimization. 9. Keep the dock floor clean and organized. An orderly loading dock is imperative to maximize forklift speed without sacrificing safety. Minimizing the amount of freight on the dock provides forklift operators easy access to loading doors. 10. Use materials handling tools to speed movement. A section of gravity conveyor will allow cartons to travel directly from the unloading trailer to the loading trailer, eliminating travel time and extra handling. Challenges to consider: 76
  • 1. Responsibility: Properly assign the responsibility to specific persons, as we need a special team which will enhance Cross Docking in EDC‟s. 2. Far small GDW’s, cannot receive too “Consolidated” volumes Cross docking operation can‟t be same for everyone. Somewhere we can adopt FTL, whereas it can‟t be adopted at certain OU 3. Bulk and weighted shipments: Make a decision between average case weight and exact case weight 4.Work load balance among gates Estimate 13% reduction in labour costs due to travel and waiting 5. Balancing Workload Some of the benefits include: Reduction in labour costs, as the products no longer requires picking and put away in the warehouse. Reduction in the time from production to the customer, which helps improve customer satisfaction. Reduction in the need for warehouse space, as there is no requirement to storage the products. No need of large warehouse areas Reduced time to reach to consumer Transportation has fuller loads for each trip therefore a saving in transportation costs while also being more environment friendly Products are moved much faster through cross deck Cross Docking can eliminate processes such as “pick-location” and “order-picking “ Although establishing cross docking might be expensive, but overall it is less expensive to construct than your average warehouse Highly turnover of products with everything moving quickly through the cross docking terminal. Product usually spend less than 24 hour Products destined for a similar end point can be transported as a full load, reducing overall distribution cost Challenges 1) Lower profit margin 77
  • 2) Culture and infrastructure changes 3) Managing cost and revenue is a big challenge. Costs are on coetaneous rise, while customer always expects reduction in price. 4) GATIKWE brand has featured many times in super brand, but the brand image has not converted in generating new trajectory of growth. 5) Increase in Process compliance is a challenge to senior management; it directly impacts on service levels. 6) Implementation of GST is next major challenge, as it will change the prevailing infrastructure of logistics. 7) At present GATIKWE-KWE has biggest challenge to retain its leadership position in Surface Express business. As a leader GATIKWE-KWE must grow at faster pace than industry. But it has not taken place and growth rate has been similar to Industry. 8) Emerging new player‟s loss leader strategy to gain the market, many of them vanishes in the process. LIMITATION  The study is carried out at one OU (BOMN), Mumbai only. The results of the study are applicable to that location only and the results may vary significantly for other locations due to different distribution networks, service process, competitors and different market conditions.  As my project is a vast area for analysis, due to short time period, I realize it like training procedure and only concentrate on the mistake and miss use instead I want to implement some innovative idea in operation process which may nourish the operation process and intend it smoothly with competing as a market challenger. SUGGESTION FOR WAREHOUSE 1) Inside service unit, the goods should be properly placed between the D-mark (yellow mark in warehouse). 2) Goods should be arranged in row-rack-location wise, so which helps to properly identification in loading time. 3) Goods placed in a rack; in such a manner the docket no. should be looks front and properly visible when stock process and foot printing will be done. 78
  • 4) When loading time, the goods should be arranged according to delivery place and all the goods of same docket no. put in a single place. This makes GA comfort in delivery and not more time consuming. FOR BOOKING OU 1) Sometimes the docket no. shows that invalid because of not properly entry of docket no., pin code not match with address or destination OU change. So when booking will be done 1st match the pin code with destination address and then entry the docket no. 2) The pick-up should be in proper time which is the major problem in here. 3) Booking OU check the contract is valid or not for the regular customer which may decreases the Outstanding and unnecessary time consuming. FOR ASSOCIATES 1) Avoid the manual PDC because it is not update at a time. 2) Properly schedule the GA and Handler, which makes them busy. 3) Should not be allowed any GA and Handler into service chamber, which makes breaks concentration. FOR DELIVERY 1) Properly arrange the dockets which make the maximum delivery with minimum charges. 2) Make the delivery according to ADD, because some items are needed at a particular date like medicine or any gift product. 3) Make minimum inbound and Outbound, which helps in low time consuming, low paper work, decrease the travelling charge, decreasing handling charge. 4) Use cross docking concept and six sigma (setup reduction method). FOR HANDLER 1) Segregation of booking goods and delivery goods and keep it different location for identification easily. 2) Identify the fragile and high value items at the time of booking and it should be mark at docket entry time for handling smoothly at the loading and unloading time as per tally preparation FOR MANAGEMENT 79
  • 15) The charges which GATIKWE is charging should be little less than that of now, which attract the customers. 16) The training should be given to the pick-up and delivery teams “how to behave properly with the customer”. FOR DEPS 1) Check the packing of material before booking. 2) If not properly packed, then packed it properly before booking process. 3) Trained the illiterate handlers. 4) Use CCTV and RFID for avoiding stealing activities. 5) For different size and shapes of materials use four-clips, manual stacker, semi-electric stacker etc. 6) Docket should be identify the type of goods inside the box. 7) Reduce the space inside the container of the vehicle. 8) Put light shipments upper of the heavy shipments. 9) Suggest the customer to use plastic coated cartoons. 10) Use four-clips because manual handling increases the risk of damages. 11) Suggest the customer use new cartoons for packaging. 12) Use advance equipment for handling process. 13) Check the process stacking of shipment in hub and warehouses. 14) Take initiatives before rainy season. 15) Properly monitoring the loading, unloading, and stacking process. For ATC 1) GATIKWE (BOMN) is 5 km from Mumbai domestic airport. It pays 10,000 per vehicle at airport for parking charge due to distribution of goods. I saw GATIKWE uses 5/6 vehicle it means per month parking charge is 50,000/-60,000/. If GATIKWE will distribute at BOMN OU, it may be increases some transportation charge but it is absolutely less than 50,000 rupees which will pay for parking charges. 80
  • Conclusion During analyze the whole operation process, I found that due high competition in service & logistics area in Mumbai sector, GATIKWE implement a gold scheme for GA (1 gram gold, after archive target) to attract and motivate to the business. I found that the service quality of GATIKWE is good but not organized. GATIKWE implements the 30C, which save the time & accuracy in docket entry. Gati-west got 1st prize in IT service 2013, but I found that server is not properly maintained, GEMS is very complicated and more in size hang the computer due to low version OS & RAM used. In GEMS same link in different pages, always creates the pop-up. At last GATIKWE provides premium surface cargo service in Indian logistics sector, among the competitors. Bibliography 81
  • In my project I followed some of the website for my reference as needed in my project carried out. These website are really helped me like as guide, when I was need something for my project. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) www.gati.net www.gati.com www.google.co.in www.wikipedia.com www.outsourse@india.com www.gati.mail1.gmail.com www.scribd.com www.logisticsportal.org www.ebooksbrowse.com www.gatikwe.com www.citehr.com www.managementparadise.com 82
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