Intel Supply Chain Vision Mission: Increase customer and Intel success by optimizing supply and demand, and delivering valued supply chain solutions Vision: Agile fulfillment capability that is easy for customers and maximizes shareholder value.
Global Transportation & Logistics Outsourcing Vision - TransPerfection “Perfecting the Business of Global Transportation” Establishing Cutting-Edge Transportation Management Systems Providing the Right Service at the Right Cost at the Right Time Evolving a Culture of Controls Ensuring Clean, Visible Data for Value-Add Information Investing in the Growth of our People Mission: Deliver a Supply Chain Advantage to Intel by:
Supply Network Trends – Environmental Scan D.A.R.T. Board D istribution A vailability R egulations T echnology Distribution Availability of Logistics Supply Regulatory Requirements
Air Freight Capacity: Capacity constraints impact delivery performance and drive costs up.
Fuel: High fuel prices and lack of management strategies impact distribution decisions.
Ocean Port Congestion: Increased ocean volumes causing long wait times at ocean ports (particularly in China, Japan & West Coast US).
Security: Challenge network reliability and shipment integrity (e.g., TSA).
Customs: EM challenges & inspection of cargo on PAX.
Environmental and Packaging: Requirements becoming more strict
Trucking Regulations: Affecting labor and profitability.
Lithium Ion Batteries: Restrictions could impact future shipments
RosettaNet: Enable “plug-and-play” startups and improve data quality.
RFID: Offers benefits for operations management and security.
Globalization: Growth in emerging markets challenges logistics capabilities, increases security risks, and drives up costs.