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Overview of global logistics & scm

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    • StudsPlanet Leading Education consultant in India www.StudsPlanet.com
    • Overview of Global Logistics & Supply Chain Management
    • Logistics management covers • Scheduling the arrival of materials and other inputs • Warehousing and inventory control • Strategic choice of international warehousing facilities • Scheduling production • Packaging, transportation and final delivery • Analysis of transportation costs
    • Global logistics • The design and management of a system that controls the flow of materials into, through and out of the international corporation
    • 2 major phases of movement of materials 1. Materials management 2. Physical distributions
    • Major concepts in Global Logistics 1. The systems concept 2. The total cost concept 3. The trade-off concept
    • Global Supply Chain Management The activities involved in Supply chain are i. Purchasing ii. Manufacturing iii.Logistics iv.Distribution v. Transportation and vi.Marketing
    • The International Supply Chain/Global Supply Chain • Covers both logistics and operations • Includes activities such as sourcing, procurement, order processing, manufacturing, warehousing, inventory control, servicing and warranty, customs clearing, wholesaling and distribution
    • Two main aspects of SCM 1. Supply chain as a cross-functional entity 2. Supply chain as the integrator and coordinator of production and logistics activities
    • Areas to be considered while moving from domestic to International supply chain1. Substantial geographical distances 2. Forecasting problems/difficulties in foreign markets 3. Fluctuations in exchange rates for different currencies 4. Demand for great variety of products 5. Inadequate infrastructures such as  labor skills,  availability of supply  Supplier quality  Lack of local process equipments and technologies  Inadequate transportation facilities and  Inadequate telecommunication facilities
    • Global Supply Chain Inventory management Physical distribution transportatio n Order placement CorporationSuppliers Customers Order processing transpo rtation storage Materials management Inventory management Physical distribution Storage Forward and reverse flows of information, products and funds
    • Managing Global Logistics Two major areas of Global Logistics are i. Global sourcing and ii. Global distribution
    • Components of Global Logistics • Demand forecasting • Purchasing • Requirement planning • Production planning • Manufacturing inventory • Warehousing • Material handling • Industrial packaging • Finished goods inventory • Distribution planning • Order processing • Transportation • Customer service • Strategic planning • Information technology • Marketing • Sales Materials management Logistics management Physical distribution Supply chain mgmt
    • Domestic vs International Logistics i. Transport Mode ii. Inventories iii. Agents iv. Financial risk v. Cargo risk vi. Government agencies vii. Administration viii. Communication ix. Insurance x. Packaging xi. Payment
    • Value additions?