Logistics and Supply Chain Management

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Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Groupe Sup de Co La Rochelle La Rochelle, October/November 2012

Prof. Dr. Thomas Liebetruth

Learning Objectives
Realizing some applications of logistics principles in the “real world” Understanding the necessity and the challenges of Supply Chain Management Know different approaches how to model a Supply Chain Structure and localize the problems of Supply Chain Management Master (some of) the basic management and planning techniques in a Supply Chain context such as logistical supplier integration, MRP/MRP II Establish a value stream map und understand the concepts of optimizing a value stream

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Introduction
“Logistics management is that part of supply chain management that plans, implements, and controls the efficient, effective forward and reverse flows and storage of goods, services and related information between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet customer requirements” Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals

cited after Grant (2012), p. 2

What do you have in mind when you think about logistics in the above stated terms or where in your daily life do you think logistics is involved? Which companies (French or international) do you think have a business model that is highly dependent on logistics or has logistics even as a core competence? Why do you think could logistics become more important in the future (or why are you studying logistics – apart from the fact that it might be a mandatory course)? And: which questions would you therefore expect to be dealt with in a logistics course?

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Some applications…

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Supermarkets (FMCG)

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Automotive assembly

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Logistics Service Providers (LSP/ 3PL)

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Award Winners European Logistics Association (ELA)
Penske Logistics co-developed with Ford's European Customer Service Division the “Network Integrator Concept” The solution optimized a disparate spare parts network for multiple car brands across Europe The European Logistics Association (ELA) honored Penske Logistics and Ford Motor Company with its 2012 Award for European Logistics Excellence as a result of the successful implementation The application of the solution has led to: − Savings in transportation of more than 25 million truck kilometers − A reduction of more than 10,000 tons of CO2 emissions each year, based on an assumption of 750,000 shipments annually, with further potential in the years ahead − Significant operational cost reductions and scale efficiencies − Greater overall flexibility for inbound and outbound shipments − Improved high service levels to automotive dealerships within the network

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Course structure
Module Content Recent developments in the automotive industry Definitions, Examples and goals for SCM Supply Chain Modelization Production Planning (general planning tool: linear optimization) Inventory and supply management (ABC/XYZ-Analysis) (Logistical) Supplier Integration Supply Planning (MRP: Material Requirement Planning) Production Planning (MRP II: Manufacturing Resource Planning) Value Stream Analysis Lean Management: Production Optimization/Toyota Production System, Pull-Principle etc. Postponement/Mass Customization: Principles and applications Calculation of a distribution tariff LP-Modelling: Optimization of goods distribution Cross-Docking: Optimization of the distribution in the FMCG-Industry

1 – Introduction

2 – Plan

3 – Source

4 – Make

5 – Deliver

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Bibliograpy
French Christopher, Martin: Supply Chain Management – Créer des reseaux à forte valeur ajoutée, 3e édition, Pearson Education France, Paris 2005 Doriol, David; Sauvage, Thierry: Management des achats et de la Supply Chain, Paris, Vuibert, 2010 Médan, Pierre;...
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