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J.K.

Nayak
Logistics & SCM

Major elements
Order processing
Order department prepares multi copy invoices and dispatches them to various departments Order is checked with available stock. Items out of stock are backordered Items are shipped. They are accompanied by shipping and billing documents

Warehousing
Decide on a number of stocking locations depending upon cost and market to serve Choose the type of warehouses (private, public, automated, climate controlled, distribution center)

Cont.
Inventory
Level of stock Time of ordering Safety stock

Transportation
Speed Frequency Dependability Capability Availability cost

Elements of logistics service


Delivery time Delivery reliability Order accuracy Information access (ability to respond to inquiries about order status and product availability) Damage Ease of doing business ( handling reverse logistics, credits, billing etc) Value added services (packaging, drop shipment etc)

Supply chain stages


Manufacturer-Supplier Procurement Cycle Order based manufacturers production schedule Supplier production scheduling Component manufacturing and shipping Receiving at manufacturer Order arrival Production scheduling Manufacturing and shipping receiving Retail order trigger Retail order entry Retail order fulfillment Retail order receiving

Distributor-manufacturer

Manufacturing cycle

Retailer distributor

Replenishment cycle

Customer retailer

Customer order cycle

Customer arrival Customer order entry Order fulfillment Order receiving

Causes of bullwhip effect


Demand signal processing (each stage has its own forecasting) Order batching (trying to achieve economies of scale) Price fluctuations (through forward buys through price reductions) Allocation gaming (when shortages loom, over orders are placed through multiple channels)

Service expectation
Integrated supply or total solution

Design implication
Reseller assistance required to bundle the offer alongwith complementary products/services Reseller has to hire third party service provider to make final modification in the product or supplier owned assembly facilities Reseller has to maintain a stock and either have his own delivery service or tie up with somebody Reseller has to hire sales enginners and technical personnel Frequent deliveries reseller has to maintain stock or tie up with a delivery service provider Central warehouse, direct enquiries

Local customization-postponement strategy

Emergency delivery-logistics speculation strategy Technical support Lot sizes small- logistics speculation strategy Product standardization and low price-speculation strategy

Efficient vs Responsive
Functional Goods
Objective Cut costs of mfg, inv, transport & location

Innovative Goods
Respond quickly

Consequences of failure
Mfg Goods

low prices & higher costs create margin squeeze


Run at high capacity utilization rate

stock-outs of high margin goods


Be ready to alter quantity & type of prodn swiftly, keep excess cap. Keep buffer of parts

Inventory

Minimize everywhere

Efficient Vs Responsive
Lead times Can be long because demand is predictable Low cost & reqd. quality Must be short

Suppliers

Fast, flexible reqd. quality

Product Design

Design for ease of mfg & to meet performance standards

Design in modules to delay final production

The Trade off


Responsiveness Efficiency

Production

Excess Capacity Flexible mfg. Many smaller factories


High levels Wide range of items Many locations Frequent shipments Fast & flexible mode Collect & share timely & accurate data

Little excess capacity Narrow focus Few central plants


Low levels Fewer Few central locations serve wide areas Few & large shipments Slow, cheaper modes Cost of info drops while other costs rise

Inventory

Location Transportation Information