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How to choose the best transportation with supply chain

  1. 1. Running head: How to Choose the Best Transportation with Supply Chain?<br />Ahmed Lajili Ali<br />UB.ID# 0860828 <br />University of Bridgeport<br />Master science of Mechanical Engineering<br />Supply Chain Management<br />((MEEG 573))<br />Pr. David Burnell<br />Abstract:<br />Purpose: to introduce the issue for how to choose the best transportation with supply chain? Those can companies competitive for transportation into supply chain.<br />Finding: <br />Outlines how the individual papers affect debate on the nature and compatibility development of transportation in the supply chain. Also it can present abilities transportation that shows how the transportation can play to contact all groups in the supply chain together like steel chain.<br />Originality: <br />I try to provide a summary of the perspectives studied within the transportation in the supply chain reference to my skills in industry field, which I think can take the best idea for transportation into supply chain.<br /><ul><li>Introduction</li></ul>This research revolves around the transportation management has focused on factors that affect the successful transportation management in supply chain management, which I named the seven principles to better transportation with supply chain. Generally, the definition for transportation is Products are transported between different places in different stages within a supply chain. The transportation has a large impact on both responsiveness and efficiency. Faster transportation allows a supply chain to be more responsive but reduces its efficiency within a supply chainCITATION Cho071 p 53 l 1033 (Chopra & Meindl, Supply Chain Management 3rd edition, 2007, p. 53). Transportation has a significant impact, because it controls the speed of response and reply as stated in Newton's third law of every action there is always opposed an equal reaction. An example of Amazon is a company that sells products on the internet and uses UPS or FedEx, which is a transportation company that delivers products to customers. This is an example of transportation within a supply chain. In logistic today wrote article for Rosenau transportation gains real time visibility to customers. This article about Rosenau found solution to assistance improve dispatch, routing and customer service to provide real time visibility to its customers, and reducing operating costs by making more stops in fewer miles. They also focused on improving the information it provides to its customers on delivery, pickup status, at same time correcting the efficiency and productivity of dispatchers and customer service reps, shortly it will be executing an advanced route optimization solution to reduce the miles driven, and fuel used and thus reduce the carrier’s environmental impact CITATION Ros09 l 1033 (Rosenau Transport Gains Real-Time, 2009). All companies seeking to expand their businesses to contribute in advancing the growth of sales as well as improve the methods to include all customers in various geographical regions, both by the high population growth or moderate. However, globalization has changed everything so that the companies paid to spend more money on transportation to reduce the time to ensure the delivery of products to the consumer of course, besides compliance with new government regulations. A factor that has made these companies to improve performance is the technology information, transportation, and logistics solutions. They have contributed to the mobilization of the stock of companies to enable them to obtain goods shortly as well as the right of access to customers; also, the right place at the right time along with it is likely that you will get a sale and delivery while reducing costs and enhance its services to avoid delays and fines. All companies operating in this area and for global programs with logistics, which includes transport and logistics functions only on the implementation of orders from inception to delivery of this position to gain visibility at home and abroad for the supply chain as well as lower costs and improve customer service. That all these components to ensure the quality of the application must examine the following possibilities: Transportation planning, transportation procurement, route planning, transportation management, small parcel shipping, and international trade logistics CITATION inf09 l 1033 (Logistics). Particularly, the transportations in the supply chain are the most seeable of all functions of supply chain management and high subscriber to value cost. you may see trucks, containers and trailer of material being moved from place to other place for an activity associated with trade and business. you can also appreciate which adds highest amount of cost to the activity of making inputs and outputs available to consumers. Therefore Transportation can move the products or raw materials to meet customer demand at minimum cost.<br /><ul><li>Transportation functionality
  2. 2. Transport is the most obvious of all the functions of logistics and logistics services to contribute to the high costs. We can see the trucks and containers and vehicles loaded with the material being transported from one place to another activity directly associated with trade and business. We should also appreciate that this activity is to add as much of the cost of the activity of making inputs and outputs available to consumers. Transfer the job of delivering products to meet customer expectations at the lowest cost possible.
  3. 3. Functions of transportation
  4. 4. Production movment:
  5. 5. What is being transferred? Raw materials and semi-finished items, finished goods and packaging materials, and rejected materials - do not have to move up or down in the supply chain. How is this done? What resources are used? Resources used by the means of transport:
  6. 6. time-locked: the product even while in transit, and therefore can not be accessed. We have to spend a positive amount of time in the transfer of materials. Resource time [time] resources that are spent in the field of transport. During that time the product is locked up costs incurred in relation to time.
  7. 7. Finance: a number of cost elements such as administrative costs, salaries, and payment of maintenance costs. Loss at the expense of loss and damage resulting also needs to be destiny. Spent fuel and at great cost in transportation.
  8. 8. Environmental - This activity is a car consuming fuel, eat natural fuel such as oil, directly and indirectly. Creates congestion and air pollution and noise pollution. Environmental costs of tangible and intangible to a large extent. Are also used to transport time and financial and environmental must be the terms of the transfer of resources only when they are enhancing the value of the product.
  9. 9. Product storage:</li></ul>Temporary storage in cars or vehicles remains constant moving on a circular road - storage products more expensive in the transport vehicle. But in some cases, keeping in mind the total cost is adopted this.<br /><ul><li>When unloading and loading are more expensive than storage
  10. 10. When storage space is limited epidemic. [The situation when inventory levels are too high]
  11. 11. Principles of transportation
  12. 12. Economy of scale
  13. 13. It is known that the transport cost per unit also comes the greater part of the terms of the transfer increases. And then in order to obtain benefits in the reduction of logistics costs of transportation try to unite the bulk cargo ship and then instead of half a cargo or cargo container half. This benefit is an economy of scale.
  14. 14. Economy of distance
  15. 15. Transportation cost per mile down also increases the distance moved. Hence, it is to be transferred in one long lap instead of the number of laps short to reach the destination. Spread these fixed costs and overhead costs such as loading and unloading over the distance through which the cargo is transferred.When assessing alternative strategies to meet the expectations of the transfer of customer service, economies of scale and economy from a distance of essential.
  16. 16. Who is involved in the decisions of transportation? Normal commercial transaction and a limited number of Parties to the business decision. Are the seller, the buyer, directly or indirectly the government. But the decision to transport and a number of parties in the decision. These parties have very important roles to play in the environment and transport. Parties to decide transport those who have an interest in transportation. Are as follows:
  17. 17. Shipper: Shipper is the party who wishes to transfer the goods to his clients in commercial transactions.
  18. 18. Consignee is the party that is sending the goods.
  19. 19. Carrier service provider that carries a load of the consignee.
  20. 20. The government has a role to play as it is interested in the field of transport and has an interest in it. Transport makes the work that occurs is essential to the economy in any society. Economic prosperity of the society is the goal of the Government of the day. The government also collects taxes on the transaction. Government is the public who have an interest in protecting.
  21. 21. The general public is a party to another has a large share in the transaction, which involves the means of transport. The public wants goods produced in different regions of the country not only, but in the world. Cannot be achieved without their demand for transport.
  22. 22. Roles and perspective of each party
  23. 23. The shipper and the consignee:  Predictable and the minimum for each of the transit time, cost, and taxes, pick-up and delivery dates, zero losses and damages, and the exchange of timely information and billing. These are the needs of the parties mentioned above. They look at transportation from this angle. Are the basic elements of the transfer? Start their business the need to transport.
  24. 24. Carrier: Why does he want? Maximize revenue and cost of employment [and fuel and vehicle costs, and minimize the tax]. Flexibility in pick-up and delivery dates to promote the movement. Carrier facilitates trade between the shipper and the consignee. He gets for his service. And adds value to the supply chain through the transfer of material from the supplier to the client. Strike by transport companies in our country is a recurrent phenomenon to protest against the role of government. Government: the government, while he was playing for the exercise of control over the role of all players. They want to work in prosperity, at the same time to access the benefits of uniformity in all parts of the country. It also has to provide the infrastructure necessary to support and transport. It is said that one of the reasons that accelerate the disintegration of the Soviet Union and poor infrastructure at the expense of products that cannot be transferred to remote areas of the country. Hunger-related deaths in India, although self-sufficiency in food production examples to illustrate the interest of the government. The government controls the price of the carrier and licenses. Government and service units the carrier is probably the cheapest option available means of transport for business. Government support and means of transport through the provision of a network of roads, airports and air traffic control, ports and harbors. The government wants taxes to support the above activities in the national interest. In the end consumer, and the general public, bear the burden of taxes.
  25. 25. Public: what does the public wants?
  26. 26. Public transport activity as consumers moves by demanding products and services of high quality from all over the world at the lowest cost possible. Have worried about the safety and incidents of this type have been various products and goodbye to the transfer. Environmental degradation is another threat for the year for which we are concerned and transport is the main reason for many of these concerns. For instance, deterioration of the atmosphere, water, and high levels of noise, oil spills due to tanker carrying a cargo of crude oil. When these parties that have interest separate and distinct environment interaction and transport was created. Conflicts of interest raise issues that interrupt the smooth transport of goods in the country. Government: the main steps to resolve these differences in the interest of work.
  27. 27. Transportation mode</li></ul>It is recommended to identify the mode of transport or form. Vehicle used according to all other parameters of the situation. If the ship is the vehicle used, then we know that is associated with other transport parameters such as water, ports, etc. There are many options now available for the transfer of goods and services from one place to another. This situation has emerged over a period of time represent changes in technology and business environment of today. Has played a science and technology play a key role in the development of this infrastructure of roads and relevant. March of the development for a gig Aviation is a contribution to science and technology for the performance of logistics services. Selection mode is an important decision in the transport strategy because it affects the cost of transportation. Railways, roads, water pipelines, and air modes of transport used is known widely in transportation and logistics. And discusses several important features of such situations is the time of transport in other parts of the notes. <br />The supply chains follow combination modes of transportation following:<br />Air fright. <br />Airfreight logistics is very important in industries and services to complete the supply chain and functions. Where they provide with the speed of delivery, as well as a reduced risk of damage, security, flexibility and ease of access to good views of the ordinary, but the disadvantage is the high courier fees. Reynolds, Feighan (2001) said air cargo logistics is selected 'when the value per unit weight and relatively high speed of delivery is an important factor. The properties of airfreight logistics in the following: <br /><ul><li>Aircraft, airports and separated. Therefore, the industries only need to prepare aircraft for its operation.
  28. 28. It allows for faster delivery in long-haul destinations.
  29. 29. Air freight transport is not affected by the terrain. The data indicate that the transport of goods in the market continues to grow. There is a view of the directions of global markets and logistics and air cargo also to change their services. Future directions for the development of airfreight, and integration with other transport modes, and the internationalization of the coalition, and the integration of the airlines and the pattern of the future of logistics, and air freight to cooperate with other modes of transport. Such as sea and land transport, to provide service on the base just in time, and transport from door to door. CITATION YUE05 l 1033 (YUE, TSENG, & TAYLOR, 2005)
  30. 30. Land logistic (truck, rail, water, and pipeline)</li></ul> Land logistics is considered very important in the logistics activities. They are providing services for air transport and maritime transport from airports and ports. Additional logistical capacity, the positive ground is the high-level access in the wild. The major means of transport logistics land transport by rail, road transport and pipeline transport. For rail transport to and comparative jeopardy of high endurance capacity, the less the impact of climatic conditions, and low power consumption, but that the disadvantages of high cost of basic facilities and the difficulty in the cost of maintenance, with the lack of flexibility of the pressing demands, and time-consuming in the organization of railroad cars. As for the transfer of land, he has the advantages of investment funds cheaper, and ease of access is high, and the mobility and availability. On the other hand, Disadvantages, low capacity, low and safety, and slow. The advantages of pipeline transportation of high capacity, less the impact of climatic conditions, and cheaper the process of drawing, and the continuation of the means of transport; disadvantages of costly infrastructure and the difficulty of control, goods, specialization, and needs regular maintenance. The excessive use of road transport also brings many problems, such as traffic congestion, pollution and traffic accidents. In the future, to improve road transport in the transport efficiency and reliability, a revolution in the field of transport policy and management is required, for example, pricing. (YUE, TSENG, & TAYLOR, 2005)<br />Package carriers<br /> Package carriers are transportation copmanies such as FedEx, The United States Postal Service (USPS), and the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), The package can be small because the backage cariers use air and should weight about 150 pounds, also package carriers are expensive and cannot compete with less than truckload carriers on price for large shipments. Thus, shippers use package carriers for small and time sensitive shipments. Package carriers also pickup the package from the source and deliver it to the destination site. With an increase in just in time (JIT) deliveries and focus on inventory reduction, demand for package carriers has grown. (CITATION Cho071 p 389 l 1033 (Chopra & Meindl, Supply Chain Management 3rd edition, 2007, p. 389). <br /> For example, the goal of DHL is nothing less than to transform the logistics industry and to deliver beyond our customers' expectations wherever and whenever they need us - by offering the most comprehensive suite of services and becoming the only genuine one-stop source for logistics solutions, globally. <br />“The supply chain in package carrier for DHL express is the flow of goods, within information and finance”. It starts by sourcing raw materials which content semi-finished goods, that are scheduled and transported into factories to be made into finished products. Then pass through warehouses or distribution centres and are delivered to retailers, wholesalers or direct to consumers' homes or business premises. Finally, aftermarket activities involve the maintenance and repair, or the return and recycling, of products at the end of their life. Supply chain planning optimises overall flows and inventories, by balancing resources with demand at all stages. CITATION DHL09 l 1033 (DHL) <br />It can be important features such as these, and the transit time, risk or liability, and smooth and flexible traffic.<br />Impact of mode of transport on the other costs associated with transportation • Movement costs: the cost of energy to drive the vehicle of transport depends on the selected style.• Inventory costs: It is quite clear that holding inventory costs and the costs of the temporal and directly proportional to the transit time. Is stored in an atmosphere of transit is the cost. Capital Transit inaccessible during the transit time and unavailable for use. Mode of transport determines the transit time effects and therefore these costs. • Limitation: in particular, when the transit time is a very large and can become redundant when the inventory reaches the point of use. We know that in the changing environment, product life cycles are shrinking, and therefore these costs would be very relevant. Other cases are the product of time and the deterioration of the expiration date of the product. • Packaging: The development of these costs depends on the needs of the poor road condition and packaging, transport, smooth strong do not need such packaging. This also depends on dealing with the system. • Insurance: This cost is relatively clear that the risk of damage and loss in transit and this is the responsibility of the carrier. • Fraction: This depends on the smoothness of the traffic and deal with system-related situation. • Embezzlement: You can eliminate this cost by switching to options such as container transport • the cost of customer service: a lack of production when it demanded by the client lead to dissatisfaction and the loss of this customer from the sale of the company. Should therefore be raised customer service to be able to meet customer requirements? When we try to raise the level of customer service costs incurred. Traditionally, stock companies have raised the level of service. But the current thinking is to reduce response time to customer need, instead of increasing inventory, and inventory costs was well understood. This is done by improving the flow of information to forecast demand and reduce transit time by changing to a faster mode of transport. The second method is cheaper than conventional. But the rise in customer service beyond a certain level does not lead to increased revenue. In other words, in terms of cost is not value. <br /><ul><li>Transport infrastructure it is the main mediator in any activity to take place. For the transfer to take place a strong infrastructure is essential. If this infrastructure is insufficient transport gets slower output to a major obstacle to the growth of trade and business in this area.
  31. 31. Elements of transport infrastructure • Terminal facilities - Free as well as maintaining the discharge facilities, space for movement of vehicles, platforms, rail yards • cars, trucks, ships and vehicles depending on the situation. On the size, shape and speed • The right to traffic in the direction and to move forward. Rails, roads, airlines and restrictions on speed and weight, height, etc. If we use this section in particular. • Engine Prime Minister - in the force of moving the car from a lack of transportation which has a serious impact on the means of transport. Decreases in the number of locomotives good weaken the benefit of the railway as a mode of transport. • Carrier organizations - service providers and transport in the area of business. And the transfer of their core business. Good service and provides a vital incentive for business and trade. Railways, roads, airlines, shipping lines and service providers.
  32. 32. The different features of the media or the properties of a modal
  33. 33. Properties are the properties of conditional special status which refers to the relative importance of this pattern. By measuring these features one can determine the relative importance of each mode.
  34. 34. Measure the relative importance of each method</li></ul>The companies measure the relative importance of each method from now or more of the specified period of time by measuring the properties conditionally. The importance, popularity, and wide can use or spread of this pattern at work. System properties are unconditional, mileage, the volume of traffic, the nature, composition of traffic, revenue. System Mileage: miles covered by the network conditional, like the total length of roads in the road network in miles or kilometers is a system of miles from the road as a mode. This explains what to measure is to use the roads end, or how popular in the business as a means of transport today. Volume of traffic: How much is the amount of moved tons of style. This is the best measure and this indicates that the cargo is shipped by this situation as well. Income: is the amount of transport work in rupees or dollars by mode. In simple terms how many rupees are shipped material values in this situation? The nature and composition of the Movement: What a variety of goods are transported by this situation is a measure of a reference to a range of goods traded. This speaks for the flexibility and mode.<br /><ul><li>Transportation infrastructure and policies</li></ul> The transportation is infrastructure that means roads, seaports, airports, rail, and canal. All these exist along nodes and links of transportation network. All countries are taken responsibility a significant role in building and managing these infrastructure elements. The transportation and infrastructure focuses on operational and policy issues within transportation and infrastructure areas that affect logistics operations.<br />Discussions<br /> You can quickly deliver products to consumers with a common consensus on the control operators. That the integration of logistics services and e-business is the current trend is currently in some companies. In order to obtain position that is more beneficial and building a complementary relationship, which is its reliance on networks and industries, such as Yahoo and E-Bay, and often cooperate with the logistics industry. Integration can reduce the middle-level procedures. For example, producers can immediately provide products to more customers of the station. To reduce costs by more efficiently. Besides, companies do not have to take inventory and warehouse costs only, and therefore it becomes a modern industry of the lower cost and more efficient division of specialization. For example, customers can obtain an order of goods shops. Through E-logistics, and the state of competition in industries could be promoted in the knowledge economy. Moreover, to promote business activities should include transport systems in various stages. The integration between different applications is to provide comfort through the promotion of the system of information flow and business processes. For consumers and businesses can make more efficient and easier than through the assistance of e-commerce and the Internet. With physical delivery, still rely on the transportation system to end processes. The cost of transport may be one-third of the cost of logistics. At the same time, transport systems and techniques required in almost every activity of logistics services.<br />Conclusion<br /> I have tried to cover papers on the part of the scope of logistics activities of transportation systems and attempts to determine the role of transport in transport systems and logistics. Knowing that is the most of the major contents of the research include a review of the development of logistics services, operations and personalities from different transport activities, logistics, and logistics applications in various fields, and logistics city, and the future direction in the development of logistics services, and cooperation with the transport regulations. To summarize, transportation management, and some importance in the supply chain must be. First, the transport system and supply have a more and more important in our society. Next, transport and transport systems, logistics and interrelationships that the needs of logistics management and transportation of the implementation of its activities at the same time, it can be to the success of the transport system and supply help to improve traffic and transport, environment and development. Third, as it contributes the highest transport costs among the relevant elements of logistics systems, and improve the efficiency of transport can alter the overall performance of the transportation system and supply. <br />Final, play and transport an important role in the logistics system and activities appear in the various sections of logistics services. Without linking transportation and logistics, services cannot be a powerful strategy to bring its full play. Review of the Transport and Logistics in a broad sense may help to integrate the benefits of different applications of cases to overcome the disadvantages of the present. On the other hand, Review of the transport systems and provides a clear idea on the applications in transportation logistics. The development of logistics services will still be active in the following decades and logistics that can be applied in other areas.<br />Bibliography BIBLIOGRAPHY Rosenau Transport Gains Real-Time. (2009, Dec 07). 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