Supply Chain Mgt of Swiss Glascoat Equipments Ltd

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A PROJECT REPORT OF Swiss Glascoat Equipments Ltd

UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF Mr. Ankur Amin Mrs. Reena Dave SUBMITTED BY: PATEL YOGESH (56) PATEL SUKETU (50) PATEL ARPAN (4) IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN Supply Chain Management

Swiss Glascoat Equipments Ltd
Company profile

 INTRODUCTION:SWISS GLASCOAT EQUIPMENT LTD (S.G.E.L) is located at G.I.D.C., Vitthal Udyognagar, near Anand. S.G.H.L was established in the year 1992. The technical knowledge for glass has been obtained from CSIR/CGSRI Calcutta for the entire product range of the company comprising of glass lined items through a license under the memorandum of an agreement on 11th Nov 1993. Production activity commenced in Dec 1994. Quality management system adopted by Glascoat meets ISO 9001:2000 requirements. Quality management system is periodically reviewed to improve the effectiveness for our commitment to constant innovation and sound business practices.

 ABOUT THE COMPANY:Name of the Organization: “SWISS GLASS CAOT EQUIPMENT LTD” Registered office: Swiss Glass coat equipment ltd H – 106 phase – IV, G.I.D.C Vitthal udyognagar – 388121 Types of Organization: Public Limited company Directors: Mr. Kanubhai Patel (Chairman) Mr. Sudarsan amin (Managing Director) Mr. Ambalal Patel (Technical Director) Mr. Shashikant Patel (Director) Mr. Presh Shah (Director) Company Secretary: Ms. Dhwani Shah Year of Incorporation: 1992 Year of commencement of production: 1994

Bankers: The Oriental Bank of Commerce, Axis Bank Market Activity: Fabrication and glassing of process Equipment pressure vessels Pharmaceutical, pesticide dyes of Inter mediates Food processing and utilized industries.

Introduction to Supply Chain Management

Fierce competition in today’s global markets, the introduction of products with shorter life cycles, and the heightened expectations of customers have forced business enterprises to invest in, and focus attention on, their supply chains. This, together with continuing advances in communications and transportation technologies (e.g., mobile communication, Internet, and overnight delivery), has motivated the continuous evolution of the supply chain and of the techniques to manage it effectively. In a typical supply chain, raw materials are procured and items are produced at one or more factories, shipped to warehouses for intermediate storage, and then shipped to retailers or customers. Consequently, to reduce cost and improve service levels, effective supply chain strategies must take into account the interactions at the various levels in the supply chain. The supply chain, which is also referred to as the logistics network, consists of suppliers, manufacturing centers, warehouses, distribution centers, and retail outlets, as well as raw materials, work-in-process inventory, and finished products that flow between the facilities (see Figure 1-1). But what exactly is supply chain management? We define it as follows: “Supply chain management is a set of approaches utilized to efficiently integrate suppliers, manufacturers, warehouses, and stores, so that merchandise is produced and distributed at the right quantities, to the right locations, and at the right time, in order to minimize systemwide costs while satisfying service level requirements”.

Process of supply chain management in SGEL

RAW MATERIAL EXCESIVE WORK-INPROCESS

PROCESS
NORMAL

OF SCM

FINISHED GOODS

SAFETY PROFIT MAKING

FLABBY

RAW MATERIAL:To hold stocks of raw material, an organization deploys its primary production sections or processes to obtain raw materials from manufactures and stockiest.

WORK-IN-PROCESS:The holding of both raw materials and stocks of finished goods is generally a planned activity. In process stocks, however, they are likely to exist in any manufacturing organization, whether they are planned for or not.

FINISHED GOODS:The stock of finished goods...
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