104 B V Muthuvel Pepsico

Topics: Supply chain management, Inventory, Supply and demand Pages: 23 (3859 words) Published: April 24, 2015
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Project Report
On

“To Validate current FG inventory holding norms in the system end to end to recommend optimal inventory holding norms at
various nodes in the system to deliver to customer service and supply cost management ask for IGP horizon 2012 – 14 utilizing differentiated and hybrid supply policies”
At

PEPSICO INDIA HOLDINGS PRIVATE LIMITED
In The Partial Fulfillment of Summer Internship
Of

Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Engineering (PGDIE)
By

B V Muthuvel Nagarajan (Roll No - 104)
PGDIE- 41
Under the guidance of
Dr. L. Ganapathy
Professor and Dean (Academics)
NITIE, Mumbai

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Mr. Arjun Varma
General Manager,
National Supply Chain Planning,
Pepsi Foods Pvt. Ltd.

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National Institute of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai-400087

CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that the Project Work titled “To Validate current FG inventory holding norms in the system end to end to recommend optimal inventory holding norms at various nodes in the system to deliver to customer service and supply cost management ask for IGP horizon 2012 – 14 utilizing differentiated and hybrid supply policies” has been successfully completed at Pepsico India Holdings Pvt. Ltd. by B V Muthuvel Nagarajan, under my guidance, in partial fulfillment of the Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Engineering at National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), Mumbai. I wish him a bright and prosperous future.

Dr. L. Ganapathy
Professor and Dean (Academics)
Faculty Guide
NITIE, Mumbai

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AKNOWLEDGEMENT

I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks to Professor L Ganapathy, Dean (Academics), NITIE, Mumbai, for providing me with an opportunity to work with Pepsico India Holdings Pvt. Ltd.
At the outset, I would like to express our gratitude towards Mr. Arjun Varma, GM, National Supply Chain Planning, without whose support and guidance, would not have been possible for me to successfully undertake this project. He was my project guide and in this regard extended all possible cooperation towards the progress of the projects. He took time out of his extremely hectic schedule to explain to me at lengths about the details of the project and even introduced me to the people at various levels who helped me all along in the project.

I extend my special gratitude to Mr. Tankeswar Baishya, Director Supply Chain India Foods, for mentoring me throughout the tenure of my internship. I would also like to thank Mr. Ashwani Malhotra Plant Supply Chain Manager, Channo Plant for providing me all the support and resources and helping me out at every stage of the process. I would also like to thank Mr. Chandan Chaturvedi, Category Planner, Western Foods and Mr. Divyanshu Agarwal, Category Planner, New Products for making me understand the key processes involved and how to go about each stage of my project and giving me vital inputs as and when required.

I also thank Ms Bhavya Mishra, Manager, HR for taking care of my internship needs at Pepsico. She supported all of us right through the internship.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1. Company Profile
2. Executive Summary
3. Introduction
a. Organizational Structure relevant to my project
b. Role of supply planning in PepsiCo
c. The overall supply chain of PepsiCo
d. Creating an inventory norms template
4. Working Methodology
a. Working on skew based dummy data
b. Working based on actual sales on selected CFA - SKU’s
c. Working on all sale on 3 moth daily bucket
d. Working on all sale on 6 month weekly bucket
5. Literature Review
6. Analysis of obtained results
a. Comparison with OOS levels
b. Final Suggestion
7. Implementation Results
8. Future Scope
9. Bibliography

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Company Profile
PepsiCo India
In everything we do, we strive for honesty,...

Bibliography: 1. Introduction to Materials Management by J.R. Tony Arnold, 5th Edition, Pearson Education
2. Supply Chain Management: Strategy, Planning and Operations by Sunil Chopra and Peter
Meindl, 3rd Edition, Pearson Education
3. http://www.supplychainmetric.com/
4. How do we Measure Up? – An Introduction to Performance Measurement of the Distribution
Function; CIPS Australia
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