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  • 1. Role Of Vendor & Suppliers in
    Export Supply Chain.
    “Vinodrai Engineers”
    Date: 3 Dec 2010.
  • 2.
    • I thank you all for making it convenient to attend first Vendor Awareness Program.
    • 3. I also thank Ram Bhogle, M M Patel, Sunil Goyal & Mangesh for accepting our invitation.
    • 4. I thank staff of Vinodrai
    Sunil Raithatha
  • 5. Goal Of Presentation
    Export
    &
    Importance of Vendors & Suppliers role.
  • 6. For Me ?
    • To know your work’s Imp.
    • 7. To get satisfaction by doing good job
    • 8. Will help you to satisfy your customer.
  • Export ?
    • Selling Goods and Services to Overseas Customers
    • 9. Is Export Great Job ?
    • 10. Is it something new ?
  • An Ancient Expertise
    • Silk Route
  • Historical Facts.
    Japan
    India
    24.4%
    USA
    China
    22.3%
    2003
    1700
  • 11. Why Export ?
    • Expanding Market Geography.
    • 12. Real Value for your products or services.
    • 13. Precious Foreign Exchange Earning for Country.
    • 14. No Excise , No VAT & Incentives from GOI.
    • 15. Better Cash Flow & Bank Support.
    • 16. Demanding Customer, Technological Up-gradation.
    • 17. Investment in manufacturing infrastructure viable.
    • 18. Investment in R & D , Market Development feasible.
    • 19. Healthy Competition.
    • 20. Motivated Manpower.
    • 21. Happy & Supportive Suppliers.
  • Why Export ?
    Story of Woodcutter.
  • 22. Key to Export
  • 23. Customer Satisfaction
    • Biggest Challenge Today.
    • 24. Can not be done by one person.
    • 25. It takes few visible and lot more invisible efforts.
  • 26. Roles Visible & Invisible.
    Every project or achievement in life has contribution of
    Visible Role Players
    &
    Invisible Role Players
    Behind the curtain
    Visible is small
    Invisible is Large & Strong
  • 27. Roles Visible & Invisible.
  • 28. Visible Roles.
    Visible & very important role played by
    Few
  • 29. Invisible Roles.
    Invisible but very important role played by
    many
  • 30. Success = Great Team Work.
    by everyone visible & invisible
    Every Drop is
    Important
    Every Colour is IMP
  • 31. Customer Satisfaction for Vinodrai.
    • Quality Machine.
    • 32. Timely Delivery. Payment is against Letter of Credit.
    • 33. Good Aesthetics No visible defect.
    • 34. No invisible defect.
    • 35. Long lasting & trouble free running.
    • 36. Competitive Price.
  • Quality machine atLow cost.
    • Updated Design of Machine to suit market.
    • 37. Role of drawings . Drawing means know How.
    • 38. Habit of working as per drawing.
    • 39. Achieving quality first time. No rework.
    • 40. Selecting right material & process.
    • 41. Proper Handling / Packing / Dispatch.
    • 42. Prompt after sales service.
  • Role Of Suppliers.
    • Understand requirement and specifications.
    • 43. Source supplies form reliable source ( not low cost always ).
    • 44. Keep incoming inspection.
    • 45. Check before dispatch.
    • 46. Suggest low cost alternatives.
    • 47. Keep inventory of regular items.
    • 48. Packing & Dispatch.
    • 49. Quick & proper documentation.
  • Role Of Vendors.
    • Understand the requirement.
    • 50. Check Raw Material before working.
    • 51. Do the job right first time.
    • 52. Can it be improved ?
    • 53. Can it be done quickly ?
    • 54. Can it be done at low cost ?
    • 55. Can I suggest improvement ?
    • 56. Proper material handling and packing.
    • 57. Is I am satisfied & Is my customer satisfied.
  • Conclusion.
    • A company can not become
    Successful exporter without
    Successful Vendors and
    Suppliers.
    Let us grow together
  • 58. Thanks