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By tracing back the history of modern logistics, after the Second World War. Wagner Covos, South America Sales and Marketing Vice President of CEVA Logistics, shares some ideas on how localization ...

By tracing back the history of modern logistics, after the Second World War. Wagner Covos, South America Sales and Marketing Vice President of CEVA Logistics, shares some ideas on how localization stakeholders can follow the steps of the logistics industry by expanding its service offer and adding value to its customers. The video of this presentation can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yK-p0MT72d8

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  • Automotive Logistics, Montreux, 5 March 2008
  • Automotive Logistics, Montreux, 5 March 2008
  • Automotive Logistics, Montreux, 5 March 2008
  • Automotive Logistics, Montreux, 5 March 2008
  • Due to the large production scale companies had to produce and maintain a buffer stock, it was the beginning of consolidation concept, distribution center.. At the same time air ft and ocean ft started
  • Conceito de distrib. center devido ao aumento de points of sales.. National/international customers ( US and Europe ) Início do conceito de Inbound.. As plantas industriais recebendo vários pedidos de vários fornecedores.. A transportadora oferece serviço de inbound organizado e right on time.. Começa necessidade de freight management
  • Grande warehouse terceirizado pelos LLPs // Inbound Warehouse // Inventory Management no Inbound devido a range de vendors
  • International suppliers /// demands from Toyota within the vendors and LLPS for just in time / fifo / kanban / pokayoke // sistemistas foram em algum momento preocupação para transportadoras pq diminuíram movimentos de carga, mas espere os anos 90 //
  • Line replenishment // trabalho entre sistemistas / freak for communication / software that you guys love / gps Became information copy that also transport
  • More inside
  • Automotive Logistics, Montreux, 5 March 2008
  • There are several challenges.. Market is changing, needs are changing, crisis can be opportunities. During recession most companies rethought their way of doing biz
  • Demands of customers for international companies with global infrastructure
  • The survivors
  • Automotive Logistics, Montreux, 5 March 2008
  • Automotive Logistics, Montreux, 5 March 2008
  • Automotive Logistics, Montreux, 5 March 2008

From a Niche Market to a Multibillion-Dollar Business: Logistics Lessons to Localization Stakeholders Presentation Transcript

  • 1. From a Niche Market to a Multibillion Dollar Business: Logistics Lessons to Localization Stakeholders Wagner Covos CEVA Logistics
  • 2. Logistics is the management of the flow of goods , information , and other resources between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet the requirements of consumers. Logistics involves the integration of information , transportation , inventory , warehousing , material-handling , and packaging , and occasionally security . Definitions A supply chain is a system of organizations, people, technology, activities, information and resources involved in moving a product or service from supplier to customer . Supply chain activities transform natural resources, raw materials and components into a finished product that is delivered to the end customer. Transport is the movement of goods from one location to another.
  • 3. Agenda
    • Introduction to CEVA
    • Logistics Market Evolution
    • Challenges for Growth
    • Summary
    • Food for Thought
  • 4. Agenda
    • Introduction to CEVA
    • Logistics Market Evolution
    • Challenges for Growth
    • Summary
    • Food for Thought
  • 5. CEVA: Merger of TNT Logistics and EGL
    • 6.3 billion Euro revenue
    • 54,000 employees
    • 1,171 locations in 100 countries
  • 6. Agenda
    • Introduction to CEVA
    • Logistics Market Evolution
    • Challenges for Growth
    • Summary
    • Food for Thought
  • 7. Evolution Factory Point of Sales Before 1940
  • 8. Evolution Factory Point of Sales 1940s
    • Freight concept
    Eur 10Bn
  • 9. Evolution 1950s Factory Point of Sales Warehouse Eur 30Bn
    • Buffer Stock
    1956 - Ocean container
  • 10. Evolution 1960s Factory Point of Sales Warehouse Eur 80Bn
    • Freight Management
    Distribution Center
    • Inbound
    • Distribution Center
    • Inventory Management
  • 11. Evolution 1970s Factory Warehouse Eur 120Bn
    • Suppliers planning (inbound)
    • Inbound Consol Center (feeding)
    • Inventory Management (Inbound / Outbound)
    Suppliers Distribution Centers Point of Sales Inbound Warehouse
  • 12. Evolution 1980s Factory Warehouse Eur 150Bn
    • Inside Logistics Revolution
      • Kanban / ‘Just in Time’ concept
    • Lean Concept
    • Supply Chain
    • Production linked with logistics
    • Material Management
    Suppliers Distribution Centers Suppliers Point of Sales
  • 13. Evolution 1990s Factory Point of Sales Warehouse Eur 220Bn Suppliers Distribution Centers Suppliers
    • Manufacturing Support
    • Line Replenishment
    • Inventory Planning
    • Special Packing
    • JIT in Distribution Centers
    • Globalization Challenges
    • Communication (IT)
  • 14. Evolution 2000 - 2010 Factory Point of Sales Warehouse Eur 300Bn Suppliers Distribution Centers Suppliers
    • Manufacturing Support
    • Assembly
    • Direct Buy
    • Trading Services
    • Web delivery
    Home
  • 15. Summary
  • 16. 4th Largest Global Supply Chain Company 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 Global Market Top 10 Companies € 300bn € 83bn 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 25,739 14,057 10,348 6,295 5,773 5,249 5,013 4,685 3,646 3,644 Company ’ 08 rev (Eur M) Global Logistics Market
  • 17. This Matters! Logistics costs represent 7.8% of the world’s GDP
  • 18. Summary 4.2Tr
  • 19. Agenda
    • Introduction to CEVA
    • Logistics Market Evolution
    • Challenges for growth
    • Summary
    • Food for thought
  • 20.  
  • 21. Challenges Global Resources Global Production Global Infrastructure
  • 22. Result – Emergence of Multiple Global Supply Chains Asset-Light Integrated Solutions Combination of Freight Forwarding and Contract Logistics Assets ACR Value Added Services Outsourcing Rise of Contract Logistics for Efficient Supply Chain Management Asset Providers for Simple Transportation Needs Growth of Specialized Asset-Light Providers Asset-Based Evolution
  • 23. What Drives Green – Some Early Drivers
    • “ It seems to benefit your reputation”
    • “ Everybody talks about it”
    • “ Governments are forcing us to act”
    • “ Flavor of the month”
  • 24. Some New Supply Chain Skill Sets
    • Information management
    • Multi-culturalism
    • Supply chain design
    • Educate customers for outsourcing
  • 25.
      • Activities
    • Full supply chain operation and dress up of engines:
        • Parts Schedule and Purchase
        • Milk Run
        • Inventory management
        • Assembly
        • Sequencing
        • GM line feeding
      • Key Facts and Figures
        • Management of 30 suppliers both national and international
        • Year Production: 220K modules (2009)
        • More than 70 employees
      • Start Date
      • Oct/2006 – Dress Up
      • Apr/2009 – Direct Buy
    Innovation
  • 26. Summary
  • 27. Agenda
    • Introduction to CEVA
    • Logistics Market Evolution
    • Challenges for Growth
    • Summary
    • Food for Thought
  • 28. From this… Factory Point of Sales
  • 29. … to Unparalleled Integrated End-to-End Supply Chain Solutions Supplier Pick-up
    • Outbound Logistics
    • Dedicated warehousing
    • Consolidation
    • Container stuffing
    • Inbound Logistics
    • Warehouse management
    • e-Fulfillment
    Local Transportation Management Swaps and Return
    • Value Added Services
    • Lead Logistics Provider
    • Total Supply chain management consulting
    • Route optimization
    • Billing payment and claims management
    • Web-based tracking and reporting
    • Order management
    User Control Tower
    • Ocean
    • Air
    • Land
    • Custom Brokerage
    • Origin services
    • Destination services
    • Port services
    International Multi-modal Transportation
    • Manufacturing Support
    • Sub-assembly
    • Inventory planning
    • Line replenishment
    • Special Packing
    Slide
  • 30. Agenda
    • Introduction to CEVA
    • Logistics Market Evolution
    • Challenges for Growth
    • Summary
    • Food for Thought
  • 31. Food for Thought
    • How can the translation and localization market add value to its customers?
    • What are the boundaries to overcome?
    • Who is thinking outside the box?
    • How to turn threats into opportunities?
    • Freight company => Logistics Service Provider Translation company => Language Service Provider
  • 32. THANK YOU! Wagner Covos [email_address]