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May 28 2008

Daimler Vans Manufacturing in Ladson SCIntegral part of the global Daimler production and supply networks

May 28, 2008


Best practices

Best Practices…?


Agenda

Agenda

Daimler Vans Manufacturing LLC

1

Mercedes Benz Vans

2

Daimler AG

3

3


May 28 2008

Dodge and Freightliner SprinterProducts of Daimler Vans Manufacturing LLC


The logistics process at dvm is designed according to the common daimler supply system

The Logistics Process at DVM is designed according to the common Daimler Supply System

All Logistics and Supply Processes will follow the structure of the Supply Backbone – with the enhanced vision to shape the world’s most effective supply chain


Agenda1

Agenda

DaimlerVans Manufacturing LLC

1

Mercedes Benz Vans - The Sprinter

2

Daimler AG

3

6


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Mercedes-Benz Vans Sprinter Products

Dodge & Freightliner Sprinter

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

VW Crafter

Crew Cab

Cab

Passenger Van

Cargo Van


Process landscape logistics

Process Landscape Logistics

Product Development Process

Order Process

Development

Ø

Logistics compatible Product Design

Ø

Program Planning

Ø

Specification Sheet and Delivery Instructions

Ø

Order Processing

Suppliers

Material

Handling

Engineering

Ø

Cost Calculation for Supply Chain (TCO)

Engineering

Technical Support

Ø

Container Planning/Design

Ø

Production Control

Ø

Ø

Planning of Transportation Logistics

Documentation

Ø

Ø

Distribution

Sales

&

Marketing

Docu-

mentation

Order

Production

Customer

Distribution

Production

Center

Control

Change-

Mgmt

Ø

Implementation Control

IT

Ø

Prototypes

Material

Ø

Optimization of Call Ups

Supply

Suppliers

Ø

Securing availibility of Materials

Ø

Planning of Relocation

Logistics

Procurement Process

  • The Logistics Process Landscape was designed on basis of the specification sheet Sprinter, the Mercedes Production System (MPS) and the Daimler Supply System (DSS).

  • Target: to improve the economic efficiency and qualitative optimum by standards and individual solutions


Major logistics targets

Major Logistics Targets

  • Simple, economic and solid material supply processes

  • Continuous transparency within the supply chain (inventory, deadlines, locations)

  • Optimized inventories in supply chain

  • Direct delivery to point of use

  • Minimizing handling by direct deliveries (JIS, JIT) and one-tier supply process (RLC)

  • One Piece Flow for sequenced parts

  • One Box Flow (same container from supplier to point of use) for JIT- and RLC- material

  • Ordering of supplies by consumption in production lines (Pull Princip)

  • Continuous use of reusable containers

  • Container concept that allows pool-processing and modular, fold-away containers

  • Standardized KPI‘s (Cost & Quality) and Continuous Improvements


May 28 2008

Cargo Flow - Duesseldorf Sprinter PlantDaily 550 Trucks in and out

Abroad 90

22 East

11 North

Germany 110

Total: 280 trucks daily

Total: 270 trucks daily

122 West

Trucks daily

Trucks daily

from Germany

Trucks daily

to harbors

Stock

45 South

8 North

20 West

Trucks daily

from Europe

Barges weekly

12 East

29 South

Truck daily

from overseas

Railway cars daily


Agenda2

Agenda

DaimlerVans Manufacturing LLC

1

2

MercedesBenz Vans

Daimler AG

3

11


May 28 2008

All Daimler revenues from automotive business and automotive-related services

Joint Ventures

Note: Additionally 48,078 employees in sales organization

12


The global ocean container network

The Global Ocean Container Network


May 28 2008

The Global Ocean Container Network 2007Incorporating Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses, Chrysler, GSP/MOPAR


The global ocean container network 2007 by trade

The Global Ocean Container Network 2007 by Trade

Main routes

Europe  NAFTA  Europe137.500 TEU 56 %

Europe  Asia-Pacific/Middle East  Europe 39.400 TEU 17 %

Europe  South America  Europe 27.350 TEU 11 %

Europe  Africa  Europe 23.200 TEU 9 %

Others (Cross-trades) 17.550 TEU 7 %

Total245.000 TEU100 %


The global airfreight network

The Global Airfreight Network


May 28 2008

The Global Airfreight Network 2007 Incorporating Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses, Chrysler, GSP/MOPAR


The global airfreight network 2007 by trade

The Global Airfreight Network 2007 by Trade

Main routes

Europe  NAFTA  Europe 26.700 tons 42 %

Europe  Asia-Pacific/Middle East  Europe 16.600 tons 26 %

Europe  Africa  Europe 4.130 tons 7 %

Europe  South America  Europe 4.100 tons 7 %

Others (Cross-trades)11.470 tons 18 %

Total63.000 tons100 %


May 28 2008

Global CEP stands for „Courier-Express-Parcel Services“ and incorporates time critical, international shipments within the entire Daimler network


May 28 2008

Major cargo flows of the global CEP network are Intra-NAFTA, Intra-Europe and Intra-Middle East

7 t

49 t

0.7 t

41.5 t

3 t

4.486t

437t

125 t

469t

3.056t

146 t

5 t

50 t

50 t

11 t

18 t

114 t

36 t

250 t

2 t

0.3 t

13 t

2 t

0.05 t

53 t

13 t

2 t

Total volume: 9.470 t

Total turnover: 35M €

0.08 t


Our challenges in a company with global production and supply networks

Our Challenges in a Company with Global Production- and Supply Networks

Suppliers

Customers

Daimler Plants

Globalization of the Supplier Base

Market Volatility

Leads to Fluctuations

in Demand

Global

Production- and Supply Network within Daimler

Increasing Costs for Transportation Services/Capacity

Constraints

Emerging Markets

Management of Complexity and Integration of Global Transportation Volumes

into a Common Transportation Network at Optimal Costs

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