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SCM Success Story_International Study Tour_Thailand

  1. 1. “MLS – SCM℗”<br />way towards the success using<br /> MLS-SCM℗ @ SAGT<br />“Sri Lanka, a Land like no other”<br />
  2. 2. flow<br />“Sri Lankan smile”<br />
  3. 3. my profile<br />Visuddha Piyathilake<br />B.Sc – Engineering (Hons.)<br />24 Years age<br />Sinhalese, Buddhist<br />Asst. Manager – Engineering Stores<br />(South Asia Gateway Terminals (Pvt) Ltd, Port of Colombo)<br />More:<br /><br />“Sri Lankans best cricketers”<br />
  4. 4. my organization<br />“first and so far only privately managed container terminal in Sri Lanka”<br />“Sri Lanka, a great history”<br />
  5. 5. my organization<br />SAGT (Pvt.) Ltd<br />Located in Sri Lanka within the port of Colombo<br />An ultra-modern, multi-faceted container handling facility<br />24/7 service and has a capacity of 1,600,000 TEU&apos;s (1,726,424 TEUs in 2008)<br />Facilities<br />15m Alongside depth<br />940m Berth length<br />5,544 Ground slots inclusive of 540 reefer points<br />Terminal Equipments<br />7 Super Post Panamax Quay Cranes (including first and only “twin lift” quay crane in the Port of Colombo)<br />3 Post Panamax Quay Cranes<br />31 Rubber Tyred Gantry Cranes (28 with 1 over 5&6 plus and 3 with 1 over 6&6 plus 1 stacking)<br />70 Terminal Tractors & 68 Trailers<br />2 Reach Stackers & 3 Empty Handlers<br />“Sri Lanka, Gem Industry”<br />
  6. 6. my involvement @ SAGT<br />“Providing an essential service to SAGT Engineering function, by managing the Engineering Stores”<br /><ul><li>Management of spares for Engineering Services (Preventive Maintenance programs / Breakdown services)
  7. 7. Managing procurement of spares
  8. 8. Special inputs to Technical Procurement activities
  9. 9. Identifying, reviewing, developing and measuring objectives, targets, KPIs
  10. 10. Inventory Planning, budgeting, forecasting future requirements, identifying strategic and obsolete items, Planning Annual Cycle Counting Process
  11. 11. Monitoring targets and adherence to established procedures
  12. 12. etc</li></ul>“Sri Lanka, Finest Tea in the world”<br />
  13. 13. MLS-SCM℗ aid towards the career performance and success @ SAGT<br />“MLS-SCM program has helped me in terms of performing, strategizing & prioritizing activities, etc to strength my career as a SCM professional”<br />Develop supply strategies, goals and policies align with corporate culture, vision, mission, etc<br />Inventory planning of critical spares for various terminal equipments (Quay Cranes, Rubber Tired Gantries, etc)<br />Prioritizing engineering supplies in accordance with SPM<br />Highlighting the need of comprehensive specifications in technical procurement<br />etc<br />“Sri Lanka, an Unity again”<br />
  14. 14. Application of Concepts<br />Supply Positioning Model (SPM)<br />Supplier Perception Model<br />Process Re-engineering<br />Integrated Supply Chain Network<br />“Sri Lanka, paddy fields”<br />
  15. 15. change of practices and improvements with MLS-SCM℗<br />Background<br />Providing an ancillary service to the Engineering function by maintaining an Engineering Stores (about 4000 stock items) to cater Engineering service requirements of terminal handling equipments.<br />4 stock classes (A, B, C, D)<br />Improvement Opportunities<br />Upgrading of stock classification by adding a 2nd dimension to the equation as per SPM. <br />Attracting reliable suppliers for some bottleneck items (Saving Rs. 4.4M from a bottleneck item purchase)<br />Single sourcing non-critical routine items<br />Consolidated Ordering (Increase Leverage)<br />Process Re-engineering (Streamline procurement process with the help of Stores Consultant)<br />“Sri Lanka, Colombo, the trade city”<br />
  16. 16. change of practices and improvements with MLS-SCM℗<br />Saving<br />Saving Rs. 4.4M from a bottleneck item purchase<br />Outcomes<br />Cost saving to the organization by increased leverage, reduced freight and clearing charges<br />Continuous availability of Engineering Consumables and Lubricants to Equipment Fleet maintenance<br />Identification and cope with reliable sources for bottleneck items<br />Reduced bottlenecks, communication gaps and increased controls, team working morals, etc in the SCM process due to “Process Re-engineering”<br />“Sri Lankan Trade”<br />
  17. 17. the endany questions?<br />