Mangosteen key performance indicators

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Mangosteen key performance indicators

  1. 1. KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS IN EMERGING SUPPLY CHAIN OF MANGOSTEEN IN INDONESIA
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana L.) is the highly demanded fruit for export commodity from Indonesia  Total export volume:12,603 tonnes in 2010  20,000 tonnes in 2012  contributed 10% of exported fruit from Indonesia (Directorate General of Horticulture, 2013).
  3. 3. The activities of mangosteen production in Indonesia have not been efficient yet to compete internationally Supply chain management in mangosteen business must be initiated  integrating processes from receiving raw material to selling finished
  4. 4. The development of more integrated mangosteen supply chain should be followed by simultaneous development of supply chain performance Indicators of supply chain performance have an important role to play in setting objectives, evaluating performance, and determining future courses of actions
  5. 5. OBJECTIVE Identify key performance indicators of an emerging mangosteen supply in Indonesia
  6. 6. PERFORMANCE INDICATORS OF SUPPLY CHAIN Supply chain performance: the degree at which supply chain fulfills end user requirements concerning the relevant performance indicators at any point in time and at what total supply chain cost (Vorst, 2000) Performance indicators: criteria with which the performance of product, service, and production processes can be evaluated (Vorst, 2000)
  7. 7. Key performance indicators: a relatively small number of critical dimensions which contribute more than proportionally to success or failure in the market (Christopher, 1998) The Supply-Chain Council’s Supply-Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model  a standard supply-chain process reference model designed to fit all industries (Aramyan et al, 2006)
  8. 8. A set of supply-chain performance indicators advocated by SCOR: • Reliability measures • Responsiveness measures • Agility measures • Total supply chain management cost measures • Asset management measures
  9. 9. Emerging supply chain  introduction of new system to the members of chain usually requires special effort The conflicting goals of individual members in the supply chain  complexity commonly faced by supply chain members Key performance indicators of the supply chain should be identified to determine critical dimension which contribute to success of chain as a whole by considering the integration of the goals of the supply chain  multi-criteria decision making
  10. 10. Level Detail Degree of Importance Goals of supply chain Value Added Improvement 0.125 Market Access Improvement 0.110 Operational Efficiency Improvement 0.147 Financial Building 0.200 Information Access Improvement 0.176 Risk Reducing 0.154 Sustainability Partnership 0.088 Atribut of perfomance Reliability 0.182 Responsiveness 0.161 Agility 0.157 Total Supply Chain Management Cost 0.237 Supply Chain Asset Management 0.264 Performance indicators for reliability Perfect Order Fulfillment 0.333 Product Quality 0.333 Process Quality 0.333 Performance indicators for responsiveness Order Fulfillment Cycle Time 0.739 Product Lateness 0.261 Performance indicators for agility Upside Supply Chain Flexibility 0.553 Upside Supply Chain Adaptability 0.224 Downside Supply Chain Adaptability 0.224 Performance indicators for total supply chain management cost Production Cost 0.333 Distribution Cost 0.333 Cost of Goods Sold 0.333 Performance indicators for supply chain asset management Cash to cash Cycle Time 0.333 Return on Supply Chain Fixed Asset 0.333 Degree of Importance of Mangosteen Supply Chain Performance Indicators
  11. 11. The main goal of the emerging Mangosteen supply chain in Indonesia is financial building The most important performance indicators: • Supply chain asset management • Order fulfillment cycle time  lack of quantity • Upside supply chain flexibility  lack of quantity
  12. 12. CONCLUSION AND FUTURE OUTLOOK The result of key performance indicators identification helps to guide the members of the Mangosteen supply chain in making trade-off between performance components to improve the performance of the entire supply chain The key performance indicators can be used for future improvement of supply chain performance by designing the supply chain structure and business process  performance of the supply chain can be optimized Performance measurement system should also be developed for measuring the cahnging degree of mangosteen supply chain performance

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