Student Name: University of Derby Index Number: Learning Centre: Course: Term: Module Title: Module Leader: Assignment Submission Due Date: Status: MANOHARAN SILAMBARASAN 100263903 SRC SINAGPORE MBA 2 TERM Strategic Logistics and Supply Chain Management Mr. Gian Singh 24.6.2012 Active
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In recent business climate logistics and supply chain management play major role in all over organization levels. In this assignment in the introduction and the purpose of the assignment has been give as following the background of the company and main products of the company also we give Toyota logistics how to using the supply chain management in the organization. The integration of the supply chain and the purpose of the assignment where given in this assignment and as following the background of the company and main products of the company and SCOR model processes, goal, level and metrics. How many kinds of new type is of technology application using in our organization that kind of things also we have explain for in this paper. The company how to using the logistical activities, inventory management levels, and information. Evaluation of new logistics, supply chain in our company that kind of also we are explain in this paper. Supply chain management involves the flows of materials and information among all of the firms that contribute value to a product, from the source of raw materials to end customers.
Table of contents 1. Introduction 2. Company Background 2.1. Main Products & Customers 2.2. Current Situation 3. Overview of Supply Chain Operations (SCOR) model 3.1. SCOR model Level 1 3.2. SCOR model Level 2 3.3. SCOR model Level 3 4. Evaluation of Logistics Supply chain & SCM issues 4.1. Demand Forecasting issues 4.2. Supply chain & SCM issues 5. Application of new Technologies 5.1. Bar coding & Scanning 5.2. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) 5.3. Electronic Data Interchanges (EDI) 5.4. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) 5.5. Global Positioning System (GPS) 6. Approaches to Managing Inventory Control 6.1. Toyota inventory control system
a) Just-in-time b) Material Requirements Planning (MRP) c) Periodic Review System 6.2. Methods to Reduce inventory level a) Reduction of JIT Inventory Management b) Reduction of WIP inventory 6.3. Practices Related to Managing inventory control a) Collaborative Panning, Forecasting & Replenishment b) Vendor - Managed inventory 7. Conclusions 8. References
Supply chain management is a system used by an organization to organize the process of planning, implementing and controlling the operations of supply chain as efficiently as possible. Supply chain management spans all movements and storage raw materials, work-inprocess inventory and finished goods from point-of-origin to point-of-consumption. A supply chain is the stream of processes of moving goods from the customer order through the raw materials stage, supply, production, and distribution of products to the customer. In the end we can say that Supply chain management is defined as the management of the flow of goods and services to end customers to satisfy their requirements. Now days, SCM applied in various such as automotive, manufacturing and services. SCM give various benefits to an organization that apply the system especially in term of optimizing time and space. More than that, SCM will keep the flow of process run smoothly. In order to reduce the number of defective parts, and improve efficiency, Supply chain management is the tool that will be used. The Toyota organization using the supply chain management in all over world. The best kind of...