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Next Generation supply chain for the emerging economy
Process metrics and risk assessment for Automotive Industry
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Presentation Partners: Honda Siel Cars India Limited (HSCI) P.R. Ramakrishnan (Head – Marketing Supply Chain) Kaustav Das (Deputy Manager – Supply Chain) Infosys Technologies Limited Sudripto De (Principal Management Consultant)

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Defining the scope of operations –
Plan and Delivery focus at Honda

Scope of supply chain innovation in Honda encompassed Plan and Deliver

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Detailing out the PLAN stage
As PLAN involves defining Supply chain planning and Delivery planning for the HSCI vehicle supply chain operations, these are being detailed out further. Source, Make and Return stages are not in the vehicle supply chain operations

In scope of vehicle supply chain
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Out-of scope of vehicle supply chain
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Supply Chain Planning

All processes involved in the Allocation Planning of vehicles In the Supply Chain Planning processes, a set of innovations have been introduced with the objective to make the supply chain lean and agile.

Requirements are matched with the available resources to create a balance and then develop the Allocation Plan. The allocation is then published to dealers.

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Break-up of Inputs and outputs in Supply Chain Plan

At each stage of the Supply Chain Planning for deriving the Allocation Plan, the specific innovation steps of HSCI are required to generate outputs which match industry needs and challenges in the emerging economies like India.

Innovation elements of HSCI
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Performance attributes and metrics for Supply Chain Plan
The 5 aspects of performance displays the focus towards Reliability and Agility in the Supply Chain Planning process

FTP = Freeze to Production TAT = Turn-around-Time
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Innovation elements of HSCI
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Delivery Planning

All processes involved in the Dispatch Planning and Transportation Planning As in Supply Chain planning, innovations have been carried out in Delivery planning stage as well Here again the requirements are matched with the available resources to create a balance and then develop the Dispatch Plan and the Transportation Plan

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Break-up of Inputs and outputs in Delivery Plan (Dispatch Plan and Transportation Plan)

Innovations in Delivery Plan are ingrained in each step of the Delivery Planning (Dispatch Plan and Transportation Plan) to derive realistic and accurate plans

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Performance attributes and metrics for Delivery Plan (Dispatch Plan and Transportation Plan) The 5 aspects of performance displays the focus towards Reliability in the Dispatch Planning and Transportation Planning process

TAT = Turn-around Time
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Innovation elements of HSCI
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Detailing out the DELIVER stage

CTO = Configure-to-Order
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