A project on supply chain managementPresentation Transcript
Girish Gupta (10)
Shivam Gupta (47)
Swati Tripathi (53)
Bharti Bhutani (65)
Gaurav Gupta (66 )
Transco India Ltd a Rs 3 Crore company is established in 2008 to provide end to end national supply chain management solutions to the Indian retail industry.
Transco India has a composite & efficient infrastructure of 2 Branch offices, strong back-up of all India’s retail transportation network, a daily Inland movement of more than 10 trucks moving in the northern India own clearing house & shipping tie-ups, Warehouses measuring about 1lakhs sq.ft area which is very close to highways.
It has 75 multi-skilled & empowered work force.
CORE COMPETENCY:- MERCHANDISE PLANNING
Traditional Futuristic( TRANSCO) Old Practice New Practice ORDERS 6 52 DESTINATION Warehouse Individual Stores FREQUENCY Monthly- Bimonthly Weekly IT REQUIREMENT Telephone/Paper Electronic Notice
Plan for the financial aspects of a merchandise category
Specifies how much money can be spent each month to achieve the sales, margin, inventory turnover, and GMROI objectives.
Not a complete buying plan--doesn’t indicate what specific SKUs to buy or in what quantities.
SIX MONTH MERCHANDISE PLAN FOR WOMEN’S CASUALS- TROUSERS
OPEN TO BUY
Monitors Merchandise Flow
Determines How Much Was Spent and How Much is Left to Spend
APPAREL SIZE DIFFERENCE ACROSS STORES
SALES OF CAPRI PANTS BY REGION
ANALYZING MERCHANDISE MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE
Three types of analyses related to the monitoring and adjustment step are:
Stock through analysis (BOM, EOM)
Multiattribute analysis of vendors
SELL THROUGH ANALYSIS EVALUATING MERCHANDISE PLAN A sell-through analysis compares actual and planned sales to determine whether more merchandise is needed to satisfy demand or whether price reductions are required.
An ABC analysis identifies the performance of individual SKUs in the assortment plan.
Rank - orders merchandise by some performance measure determine which items:
should never be out of stock.
should be allowed to be out of stock occasionally.
should be deleted from the stock selection.
MULTIATTRIBUTE METHOD FOR EVALUATING VENDORS The multiattribute method for evaluating vendors uses a weighted average score for each vendor. The score is based on the importance of various issues and the vendor’s performance on those issues. C Squared Studios/Getty Images
TRADITIONAL FULFILLMENT VS.E-FULFILLMENT Traditional Fulfillment E-Fulfillment Supply chain strategy Push Push-pull Shipment size Bulk Parcel Reverse logistics Small part of business Important and highly complex Delivery destination Small No of stores Large No, geographically dispersed Lead times Relatively long Relatively short
Logistics Integration Demand Forecasting Purchasing Requirements Planning Production Planning Manufacturing Inventory Warehousing Materials Handling Industrial Packaging Inventory Distribution Planning Order Processing Transportation Customer Service Information Technology