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SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT




 Prepared By,
 Sagar Gadekar
MEANING AND DEFINITION OF SUPPLY
CHAIN
 “A   supply chain is a network of supplier,
  manufacturing, assembly, distribution and
  logistics facilities that perform the functions of
  procurement of materials, transformation of
  these material into intermediate and finished
  products, and the distribution of these products
  to customers.”
 According to Professor Douglas M Lambert.

“ Supply Chain Management as the integration of
  business process from the end user through
  original supplier who provide products, services
  and information that adds value for the
  customers. ”
DEFINITION OF SUPPLY CHAIN
   According to Ganeshan & Harrison.
     “A supply chain is a network of facilities and
    distribution options that perform the function of
    procurement of material transformation of these
    materials into intermediate and finished products,
    and the distribution of these finished products to
    customers. ”
TYPES OF SUPPLY CHAIN.
   Raw supply chain.

   Ripe supply chain.

   Internal supply chain.

   Extended supply chain.

   Self monitored Supply Chain.

   Outsourced supply Chain.
E S S E N T IA L F E A T U R E S O F S U P P L Y
    C H A I N M A N A G E M E N T.
   Integrated behavior- SCM incorporates integrates integration of
    stakeholders from supplier to customers.
   Mutually sharing information- For effective SCM mutually
    sharing information among channel members is required,
    especially for planning and monitoring processes.
   Mutually sharing channel risk and Rewards- Effective SCM also
    requires mutually sharing channel risks and rewards that
    yield a competitive advantage. Risk and reward sharing
    should happen over the long term focus and cooperation among
    the supply chain members.
   Co-operation- Co-operation among channel members is
    required for effective SCM. Co-operation refers to similar or
    complimentary co-ordianted activities performed by firm in a
    business relationship to produce superior mutual outcomes or
    singular outcomes that are mutually expected over time.
   Focus on serving customers – Supply chain succeeds if all the
    members of supply chain have the same goal and the same
    focus serving customers. Establishing the same goal and same
    focus among Supply chain members is a form of policy
    integration.
   Integration of Processes – The implementation of SCM needs
    the integration of processes from sourcing to manufacturing
    and to distribution across the supply chain. The integration
    can be accomplished through cross functional terms, in plant
    supplier personnel and third party service provide.
   Partners to Build and Maintain Long Term Relationship –
    Successful relationships aim to integrates channel policy to
    avoid redundancy and overlap while seeking a level of co-
    operation that allow participants to be more effective at lower
    cost levels. Policy integration is possible if there are
    compatible cultures and management techniques among the
    chain members.
OBJECTIVES OF SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT
 Service Orientation.
 System Orientation.

 Competitiveness and Efficiency.

 Minimizing the Time.

 Minimizing Work in Progress.

 Improving Pipeline Visibility.

 Improving visibility Demand.

 Improving Quality.

 Reduces Transportation Cost.

 Reduces Warehousing Cost.
 Service Orientation – (i.e services to customers) the
  very basis of supply chains has been to provide
  superior customer service. Service is all about the
  value that the customer gets, which in turn depends
  upon his own perception about what constitutes value.
  The design, the alignment, the integration of the
  companies on the supply chain and the co-ordination
  between them are all for the customer- the ultimate
  customer, and these are performed as such.
 System Orientation- system orientation is at the
  existence of any supply chain. Synergy due to co-
  operation and coordination is the main gain of a
  supply chain. This entails that while getting optimal
  results for the chain as a whole, results for the
  partners on the chain may not necessarily be optimal,
  these could be less than optimal.
   Competitiveness and Efficiency – Supply chain is a business
    organization. It provides value to the customers while
    being competitive. Competitiveness is essential for it to
    healthy sustain itself in order to be able to provide
    increasing value to its customer. Efficiency is an important
    element of competitiveness.
   Minimizing the time – efficient supply chain is an
    organization reduces the time required for converting
    orders into cash. So there is minimal time lag and increase
    in productivity of the organization.
   Minimizing Work in Progress- supply chain minimizes total
    work in process in supply chain.
   Improving Pipeline Visibility – efficient supply chain improve
    the visibility of each one of the activities of the supply
    chain by each one of the partner.
   Improving visibility Demand- Efficient supply chain improves
    visibility of demand by each one of the partners.
   Improving Quality- Efficient supply chain
    management helps in improving the quality of
    operation of the organization. TQM has become a
    major commitment throughout all facet of
    industry. Overall commitment to TQM is one of
    the major commitment throughout all facets of
    industry.
COMPONENTS OF SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT



 Procurement.


 Processing.


 Distribution.
FACTORS INFLUENCING SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT
 Consumer Demand.
 Globalization.

 Competition.

 Information and communication.

 Government Regulation.

 Environment.
FUNCTIONS OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
   Supply chain management is a cross functional
    approach to manage the movement of raw material into
    an organization, certain aspects of the internal
    processing of material into finished goods, and then the
    movement of finished goods out of the organization
    towards the end consumers. As organization strive to
    focus on core competencies and becoming more flexible,
    they have reduced their ownership of raw material
    sources and distribution channel.
FUNCTIONS OF SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT
S    t r a t e g ic le v e l
   Strategic network optimization, including the number,
    location, and size of warehousing, distribution centers, and
    facilities.
   Strategic partnerships with suppliers, distributors, and
    customers, creating communication channels for critical
    information and operational improvements such as
    cross docking, direct shipping, and third-party logistics.
   Product life cycle management, so that new and existing
    products can be optimally integrated into the supply chain
    and capacity management activities.
   Information technology chain operations.
   Where-to-make and make-buy decisions.
   Aligning overall organizational strategy with supply strategy.
   It is for long term and needs resource commitment.
FUNCTIONS OF SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT
 Ta   c t ic a l le v e l
 Sourcing contracts and other purchasing decisions.
 Production decisions, including contracting,
  scheduling, and planning process definition.
 Inventory decisions, including quantity, location, and
  quality of inventory.
 Transportation strategy, including frequency, routes,
  and contracting.
 Benchmarking of all operations against competitors
  and implementation of best practices throughout the
  enterprise.
 Milestone payments.

 Focus on customer demand and Habits.
FUNCTIONS OF SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT
   Operational level
   Daily production and distribution planning, including all nodes in the supply
    chain.
   Production scheduling for each manufacturing facility in the supply chain (minute
    by minute).
   Demand planning and forecasting, coordinating the demand forecast of all
    customers and sharing the forecast with all suppliers.
   Sourcing planning, including current inventory and forecast demand, in
    collaboration with all suppliers.
   Inbound operations, including transportation from suppliers and receiving
    inventory.
   Production operations, including the consumption of materials and flow of finished
    goods.
   Outbound operations, including all fulfillment activities, warehousing and
    transportation to customers.
   Order promising, accounting for all constraints in the supply chain, including all
    suppliers, manufacturing facilities, distribution centers, and other customers.
   From production level to supply level accounting all transit damage cases &
    arrange to settlement at customer level by maintaining company loss through
    insurance company.
THANK YOU.

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Supply chain management

  • 2. MEANING AND DEFINITION OF SUPPLY CHAIN  “A supply chain is a network of supplier, manufacturing, assembly, distribution and logistics facilities that perform the functions of procurement of materials, transformation of these material into intermediate and finished products, and the distribution of these products to customers.”  According to Professor Douglas M Lambert. “ Supply Chain Management as the integration of business process from the end user through original supplier who provide products, services and information that adds value for the customers. ”
  • 3. DEFINITION OF SUPPLY CHAIN  According to Ganeshan & Harrison. “A supply chain is a network of facilities and distribution options that perform the function of procurement of material transformation of these materials into intermediate and finished products, and the distribution of these finished products to customers. ”
  • 4. TYPES OF SUPPLY CHAIN.  Raw supply chain.  Ripe supply chain.  Internal supply chain.  Extended supply chain.  Self monitored Supply Chain.  Outsourced supply Chain.
  • 5. E S S E N T IA L F E A T U R E S O F S U P P L Y C H A I N M A N A G E M E N T.  Integrated behavior- SCM incorporates integrates integration of stakeholders from supplier to customers.  Mutually sharing information- For effective SCM mutually sharing information among channel members is required, especially for planning and monitoring processes.  Mutually sharing channel risk and Rewards- Effective SCM also requires mutually sharing channel risks and rewards that yield a competitive advantage. Risk and reward sharing should happen over the long term focus and cooperation among the supply chain members.  Co-operation- Co-operation among channel members is required for effective SCM. Co-operation refers to similar or complimentary co-ordianted activities performed by firm in a business relationship to produce superior mutual outcomes or singular outcomes that are mutually expected over time.
  • 6. Focus on serving customers – Supply chain succeeds if all the members of supply chain have the same goal and the same focus serving customers. Establishing the same goal and same focus among Supply chain members is a form of policy integration.  Integration of Processes – The implementation of SCM needs the integration of processes from sourcing to manufacturing and to distribution across the supply chain. The integration can be accomplished through cross functional terms, in plant supplier personnel and third party service provide.  Partners to Build and Maintain Long Term Relationship – Successful relationships aim to integrates channel policy to avoid redundancy and overlap while seeking a level of co- operation that allow participants to be more effective at lower cost levels. Policy integration is possible if there are compatible cultures and management techniques among the chain members.
  • 7. OBJECTIVES OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT  Service Orientation.  System Orientation.  Competitiveness and Efficiency.  Minimizing the Time.  Minimizing Work in Progress.  Improving Pipeline Visibility.  Improving visibility Demand.  Improving Quality.  Reduces Transportation Cost.  Reduces Warehousing Cost.
  • 8.  Service Orientation – (i.e services to customers) the very basis of supply chains has been to provide superior customer service. Service is all about the value that the customer gets, which in turn depends upon his own perception about what constitutes value. The design, the alignment, the integration of the companies on the supply chain and the co-ordination between them are all for the customer- the ultimate customer, and these are performed as such.  System Orientation- system orientation is at the existence of any supply chain. Synergy due to co- operation and coordination is the main gain of a supply chain. This entails that while getting optimal results for the chain as a whole, results for the partners on the chain may not necessarily be optimal, these could be less than optimal.
  • 9. Competitiveness and Efficiency – Supply chain is a business organization. It provides value to the customers while being competitive. Competitiveness is essential for it to healthy sustain itself in order to be able to provide increasing value to its customer. Efficiency is an important element of competitiveness.  Minimizing the time – efficient supply chain is an organization reduces the time required for converting orders into cash. So there is minimal time lag and increase in productivity of the organization.  Minimizing Work in Progress- supply chain minimizes total work in process in supply chain.  Improving Pipeline Visibility – efficient supply chain improve the visibility of each one of the activities of the supply chain by each one of the partner.  Improving visibility Demand- Efficient supply chain improves visibility of demand by each one of the partners.
  • 10. Improving Quality- Efficient supply chain management helps in improving the quality of operation of the organization. TQM has become a major commitment throughout all facet of industry. Overall commitment to TQM is one of the major commitment throughout all facets of industry.
  • 11. COMPONENTS OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT  Procurement.  Processing.  Distribution.
  • 12. FACTORS INFLUENCING SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT  Consumer Demand.  Globalization.  Competition.  Information and communication.  Government Regulation.  Environment.
  • 13. FUNCTIONS OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT  Supply chain management is a cross functional approach to manage the movement of raw material into an organization, certain aspects of the internal processing of material into finished goods, and then the movement of finished goods out of the organization towards the end consumers. As organization strive to focus on core competencies and becoming more flexible, they have reduced their ownership of raw material sources and distribution channel.
  • 14. FUNCTIONS OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT S t r a t e g ic le v e l  Strategic network optimization, including the number, location, and size of warehousing, distribution centers, and facilities.  Strategic partnerships with suppliers, distributors, and customers, creating communication channels for critical information and operational improvements such as cross docking, direct shipping, and third-party logistics.  Product life cycle management, so that new and existing products can be optimally integrated into the supply chain and capacity management activities.  Information technology chain operations.  Where-to-make and make-buy decisions.  Aligning overall organizational strategy with supply strategy.  It is for long term and needs resource commitment.
  • 15. FUNCTIONS OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT  Ta c t ic a l le v e l  Sourcing contracts and other purchasing decisions.  Production decisions, including contracting, scheduling, and planning process definition.  Inventory decisions, including quantity, location, and quality of inventory.  Transportation strategy, including frequency, routes, and contracting.  Benchmarking of all operations against competitors and implementation of best practices throughout the enterprise.  Milestone payments.  Focus on customer demand and Habits.
  • 16. FUNCTIONS OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT  Operational level  Daily production and distribution planning, including all nodes in the supply chain.  Production scheduling for each manufacturing facility in the supply chain (minute by minute).  Demand planning and forecasting, coordinating the demand forecast of all customers and sharing the forecast with all suppliers.  Sourcing planning, including current inventory and forecast demand, in collaboration with all suppliers.  Inbound operations, including transportation from suppliers and receiving inventory.  Production operations, including the consumption of materials and flow of finished goods.  Outbound operations, including all fulfillment activities, warehousing and transportation to customers.  Order promising, accounting for all constraints in the supply chain, including all suppliers, manufacturing facilities, distribution centers, and other customers.  From production level to supply level accounting all transit damage cases & arrange to settlement at customer level by maintaining company loss through insurance company.