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Developing a responsive and lean
supply chain in non-food
DRAFT
Tuesday 16 July 2013
Tim Allinson, UK Logistics Director
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What are you going to get out of today?
What’s in it
for me?
1. A case study of how to react when volumes change
2. An e...
3
2009
700 stores
Online 6% of sales
Distribution Centres in Newark,
Northampton & Bristol
Customer repairs in Lincoln,
Ma...
4
Newark Campus 102k m3 Bristol 10k m3
Peak 2012/2013 – The Plan
Volume spikes at 141,500m3
Actual volume exceeds capacity...
5
Peak 2012/2013 – The Reality
Newark Campus 102k m3 Bristol 10k m3
Coventry 10k m3 External Storage 10k m3 Long Benningto...
6
2013/2014 Volume – Home Delivery Big Box
Volume forecast to exceed
current capacity in Jul 2013
Breach of additional cap...
7
The Challenge - 40% increase in high cube volume
The Easy Solution – Buy or Rent a big shed
8
Space
&
Land
Mezzanine
Small Products
handling
Stack
Heights
Containers
Project Venus
9
Space
What have we got?
How can we best use it?
What do we actually need?
Product / Material Flow - End
to End supply ch...
10
End to End Supply Chain Review – Key Factors
11
End to End Supply Chain Review - Methodology
12
End to End Supply Chain Review - Outputs
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Tim Allinson, UK Logistics Director at Dixons Retail - Developing a responsive and lead supply chain in non-food

  1. 1. Developing a responsive and lean supply chain in non-food DRAFT Tuesday 16 July 2013 Tim Allinson, UK Logistics Director
  2. 2. 2 What are you going to get out of today? What’s in it for me? 1. A case study of how to react when volumes change 2. An electrical retailers tactical and strategic approach to increased volumes and change in Customer demand 3. Food for thought on how to look at the end to end supply chain
  3. 3. 3 2009 700 stores Online 6% of sales Distribution Centres in Newark, Northampton & Bristol Customer repairs in Lincoln, Mansfield & Nottingham Online next day cut-off for Big Box at 3pm 2013 500 Stores Online 20% of sales Distribution Centre in Newark Customer repairs in Newark Online next day cut-off for Big Box at 10pm
  4. 4. 4 Newark Campus 102k m3 Bristol 10k m3 Peak 2012/2013 – The Plan Volume spikes at 141,500m3 Actual volume exceeds capacity in Sept 2012 Volumes drops below capacity in April 2013
  5. 5. 5 Peak 2012/2013 – The Reality Newark Campus 102k m3 Bristol 10k m3 Coventry 10k m3 External Storage 10k m3 Long Bennington 6k m3
  6. 6. 6 2013/2014 Volume – Home Delivery Big Box Volume forecast to exceed current capacity in Jul 2013 Breach of additional capacity in Aug 2013 Volume forecast to exceed 115,000 in Dec 2013
  7. 7. 7 The Challenge - 40% increase in high cube volume The Easy Solution – Buy or Rent a big shed
  8. 8. 8 Space & Land Mezzanine Small Products handling Stack Heights Containers Project Venus
  9. 9. 9 Space What have we got? How can we best use it? What do we actually need? Product / Material Flow - End to End supply chain Suppliers / OEM Constraints Opportunities Format / Flow Holding / Storage Capacity Safety Stock Movement Replenishment / Volume Frequency Availability Requirement End to End Supply Chain Review
  10. 10. 10 End to End Supply Chain Review – Key Factors
  11. 11. 11 End to End Supply Chain Review - Methodology
  12. 12. 12 End to End Supply Chain Review - Outputs

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