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    Supply Chain of a Pharmaceutical Industry
    Presented by :
    Md. Shafayet Hossain Bhuiya
  • 2. Project 1(content)
    • Introduction of the company
    • 3. Infrastructure
    • 4. Current supply chain
    • 5. Inventory control system
    • 6. Degree of vertical integration
    • 7. Formation of current supply chain
    • 8. Current problems
    • 9. As-is model and To-be model
    • 10. Suggestion for improvement
    • 11. From supply chain guru
    • 12. Observations
  • Company details
    • Company Name: SQUARE Pharmaceuticals Ltd
    • 13. Head Office: Dhaka, Bangladesh
    • 14. Debut: 1958
    • 15. Market leadership in Bangladesh: From 1987
    • 16. National Business Award: In 1997
    • 17. Business Nature: Manufacturing, distribution and marketing of pharmaceutical finished products
    • 18. Authorized capital: USD 16.99 Million
    • 19. Net turnover: 86627.38(In 1000 USD)
    • 20. Total Formulation units: 5
    • 21. Number of ware house: 2
    • 22. Number of Distribution center: 12
  • Present Company Infrastructure
  • 23. Functional Units of Head Office
  • 24. Products
    • Tablets
    • 25. Capsules, Suppositories and Injections
    • 26. Liquids
    • 27. Spray, Drops, Ointment, Cream and Oral Dry Powder
    • 28. Dry Powder Inhalers
    • 29. Metered Dose Inhalers
  • Existing supply Chain Management
  • 30. Present Inventory Control System
  • 31. ProductionProcess
  • 32. VerticalIntegration
  • 33. Why Current Supply Chain is like that?
  • 34. WhyCurrentSupplyChainislikethat?
    Proper Information, Material and Cash Flow
    Competitive advantage
    More Cash Flow within the Same Organization
  • 35. How Current Supply Chain Has Been Formed
  • 36.
  • 37.
  • 38. Current Logistics Operations Flow
    RD- Regional Depots, Ws-Whole saler, R- Retailer, C-Customer
  • 39. Suggestions To Overcome Current Problems
    1. Procurement
    Outsourcing of Packaging Materials
    Automation in Procurement
  • 40. Suggestions To Overcome Current Problems
    2. Raw Inventory Warehouse
    ABC Inventory Analysis.
    Automation in Inventory Management.
  • 41. Suggestions To Overcome Current Problems
    3. Production
    Routine Maintenance
    Assembly Line Balancing
    Proper Planning and Inventory Control System
  • 42. Suggestions To Overcome Current Problems
    4. Finished Goods Warehouse
    Relocation of Central WH or More Field Warehouses
    Automation for Better Tracking and Control
    5. Transship
    Increase Number of Vehicles
    Improve the Conditions of Vehicles
  • 43. Suggestions To Overcome Current Problems
    6. Distribution Center
    Use of Transshipment Model
    Increase Number of Distribution Centers
    Use of Reverse Logistics
  • 44. Suggestions To Overcome Current Problems
  • 45. From Supply Chain Guru
    • Actual Supply Chain Scenario:
    No of Production Unit: 05
    No of Ware-House: 02
    No of Distribution Centre: 12
    No of Supplier: 08
    No of Product Subdivision: 09
    No of raw materials:350 
    • Guru Supply Chain Scenario:
    No of Production Unit: 02
    No of Ware-House: 02
    No of Distribution Centre: 02
    No of Supplier: 01
    No of raw materials :01
    No of Product Subdivision: 01
  • 46. From Supply Chain Guru
  • 47. Observations
    • In this project we tried to explain the current supply chain of SQUARE Pharmaceuticals Ltd. as per the learning from e-SCM course. We identified some current problems those are mainly responsible for inefficiencies. Then, we tried to find out some solutions in To-be model to reduce those inefficiencies.
    • 48. SQUARE Pharmaceuticals Ltd. is a real organization in our country. In supply chain guru, we tried to incorporate its real data and infrastructure. But we became unsuccessful due to the limitation of this software. At last, we developed a model which is suitable for this software version. Definitely, there is scope of improvement. But, our time was limited for this purpose.
  • Observations
    Currently, the company does not get actual demand information from the end user. As a result bull-whip effect takes place in respect of demand change, time shift and magnification. It creates problem in each stage of supply chain management. From our point of view this is the most interesting scenario of the company.
    This company is currently performing well in the local market. But, still there are some problems in each stage of supply chain. So, the company wants to reduce these inefficiencies first. Then they will verify the scope of export and they are working on that.
  • 49. Ques. and Ans.