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Barilla Jitd Implementation

 1. Causes for JITD implementation There were large fluctuations in the demand of pasta industry and distribution centres kept high inventory because of that reason (they were increasing inventory of items they already stocked and added items they currently did not carry). There was also a stockouts issue that strain Barillas’s manufacturing and logistics operations. The main reason for such fluctuations was the so-called bullwhip effect, which is an observed phenomenon in forecast-driven...

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Jitd

Ans3 JITD program created some conflicts both external (i.e. from the distributor perspective) and internal (i.e. from the sales perspective) which are explained below. JITD- Internal Conflicts JITD created some internal resistance within the organization. Sales and marketing department opposed the plan of JITD. They had many fears related to implementation of JITD. There concerns can be explained in the following ways. 1 Sales representative felt that their responsibilities would be reduced...

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Barilla Spa

ASSIGNMENT 2: BARILLA SPA INTRODUCTION Barilla SpA (Barilla), is an Italian manufacturer that sells pasta to retailers largely through third-party distributors. Barilla has been experiencing widely fluctuating demand patterns from these distributors. Such unpredictable patterns are problematic because a specific sequence of pasta production is used that minimizes the incremental changes in kiln temperature in order to keep the changeover costs low and the product quality high. This process makes...

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Barilla SpA Case Study

Barilla SpA Case Study Barilla SpA, the world's biggest pasta manufacturer, has continuously experienced problems with increased costs and inefficiencies in their operation. The fluctuations in demand have caused Barilla SpA's manufacturing costs, inventory costs, and distribution costs to go up. Issues that influenced the demand fluctuations are the discounts Barilla SpA offers on both price and transportation, the compensations for sales representatives that is based on the volume of goods they...

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Barilla Spa (a)

BARILLA SpA (A) Table of Contents Part One: Executive Summary 3 Part Two: Immediate Issue 4 Part Three: Systemic Issues 4 Part Four: Qualitative Analysis 5 Part Five: Alternatives 6 Part Six: Recommendation 8 Part Seven: Recommendations Implementation Plan 9 Part Eight: Monitor and Control 10 Part One: Executive Summary In order to respond to extreme demand variability and incidents of high stock out rates Barilla is currently applying pressure to both its’ manufacturing and logistics...

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Barilla Spa Questions

seen in Exhibit 12? What are the underlying drivers of the fluctuation we see in this exhibit? Your analysis should consider full range of implications to the entire channel, and not just Barilla. Per exhibit 12 the impact of order fluctuations are as follows: - Creates a bullwhip effect at Barilla. - Resource and material planning becomes cumbersome and inefficient. - Might increase the lead time because of the bullwhip effect. - Reduces overall operational...

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Barilla Case Study Report

 Barilla SpA (A) Case Table of Contents Executive Summary 3 Issue Identification and Root Case Analysis 4 Alternatives and Options 7 Recommendations and Implementation 8 Monitor and Control...

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Barilla Spa Case Report

Barilla SpA - Session 5 Case Report By: Kevin Samra PMAC ID: 10040240 To: Nikki Raycraft 1 Contents Executive Summary....................................................................................................................................... 3 Issues with Impact Analysis........................................................................................................................... 4 Environmental and Root Cause Analysis.................................................

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Barilla Spa - Case Study

[Type the company name] | Barilla Sp(A) Case Study | | | | | Barilla JITD Case Study Just in time distribution (JITD) was designed to address the fluctuating demand of products that created additional costs in production, scheduling, and transportation. Barilla was to blame for several of these underlying problems. For example, Barilla offered transportation discounts, volume discounts, 10-12 promotions throughout the year, as well as no maximum or minimum constraints on orders...

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Barilla Spa

Global Supply Chain Management Barilla SpA Case Discussion Questions 1-a The underlying causes of difficulty that the JITD program was created to solve were stock outs and high levels of inventory. These were both caused by demand uncertainty. There were several inefficiencies due to demand uncertainty; there were long lead times and it was costly for Barilla to try and quickly produce their products. They had poor forecasts due a poor flow of information which led to a bullwhip effect...

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