Dubai Logistics City
Dubai Logistics City is part of Dubai government’s development program, in 1967 construction began in deep-water harbour, initially planned for four berths, but after completion it was able to harbour 35 berths. Later, a second port was developed in southern part of the city, which has become a world’s largest man made port. Dubai Logistics City (DLC) is the world's first truly integrated logistics platform with all transport modes, logistics and value added services, including light manufacturing and assembly, in a single customs bonded and Free Zone environment. DLC is adjacent to what will eventually be the world's largest airport, the DWC-Al Maktoum International Airport. Already the regional centre for re-export, retail, leisure, aviation, IT and banking, Dubai has more than 60% of the entire Middle East's imports transiting its borders. With a logistics market growing in excess of 20% annually, Dubai is now driving even further growth through the creation of DLC. This unique platform supports the emirate's market leading position as a logistics hub for the wider Middle East and beyond - a market of more than two billion potential customers from South East Europe, the CIS, Indian Sub- Continent, Middle East and Africa. DLC will have the capacity to turnover 12 million tonnes of air cargo annually, in addition to having its own Staff Village set in landscaped surroundings with sports and leisure facilities, restaurants, shops and service centres... After completion of aviation city it will be the first logistics platform in the world with all modes of transport, it has the area of 21.5 km with 16 air cargos with 30,000 square kilometres each, and also includes140 square kilometre urban aviation community centre.
Four industry heavyweights are taking space in Dubai Logistics City (DLC), the warehousing and office component of the Dubai World Central development. Contracts were signed between HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, chairman of Dubai Aviation Corporation, Dubai World Central, and Aramex, Danzas, Kuehne+Nagel and Panalpina. “These signings demonstrate the power of the Dubai Logistics City business proposition and that of Dubai as a worldclass hub,” said Sheikh Ahmed. “These are the fi rst of what will be a partner portfolio that will evolve into a virtual ‘who’s who’ of the industry.”
1. Management structure and its functions:
Management is the governance of supply chain functions. Logistics management activities typically include inbound and outbound transportation management, fleet management, warehousing, materials handling, order fulfilment , logistics network design, inventory management, supply/demand planning, and management of third party logistics services providers. To varying degrees, the logistics function also includes customer service, sourcing and procurement, production planning and scheduling, packaging and assembly. Logistics management is part of all levels of planning and execution -- strategic, operational and tactical. It is an integrating function, which coordinates all logistics activities, as well as integrates logistics activities with other functions including marketing, sales manufacturing, finance, and information technology.
The following diagram and the points represent the structure and functions of management.
* Initial function is to work for creating a world’s largest supply chain community * Planning according to global consequences
* Identifying the global inventory requirements &setting a long term goals * Providing replenishment techniques in global standards
* Exposing the project status to the global originations and their business partners time to time * Structured to meet the needs of modern city ,and support their business unit partners * Aiming to deliver shareholder value and maintain its status...
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