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  1. ChecklisteSCM Patrik Jonsson Logistics and SCM 1. Semester projekt

  2. 1. Semester projekt • You can consider the project as a kind of an written exam – this is last chance for training the application of models and the capabilities to make good arguments • In this PP-series both chap. 10 and 18 are included – representing two ways of analysing a SCM • Both ways HAVE to be represented in your project • Anyway you have to make some very good arguments, even if you are NOT going to use these models

  3. Check the Distribution Structures • Chap. 10: • Look at the slides 4-9 and use them to analyse how the situation is or might be in the future • In my opinion you HAVE to include it in your project • Remember to make good arguments – using Toulmins Model • Remember: Descriptions give NO points • Only Analysis and Assessments will give you MANY points

  4. Transaction and material flow channels • Transaction flow channels • The flow of informastion around the administration parts of order-to-deliver process • Material flow channels • Relates to the physical parts of the order-to-deliver process • p218

  5. Separate transaction and material flow channles • Two general alternatives • Direct material flow channels • Direct transaction channles • p221

  6. Direct material flow channel • The intermediary may represent different suppliers at the same time of sale and ordering, and as such provide a type of one-stop shopping • See figure 10.7a • p221

  7. Direct transaction channel • Transaction channels initiary going to the product-supplying company • While the material flow channel goes from intermediary company to the customer p223 • See figure 10.7b • p221

  8. Shared transaction and material flow channels • Traditional warehousing and distribution • Figure 10.8a • Cross-docking with sorting • Figure 10.8b • Direct cross-docking and merge-in-transit • Figure 10.8c

  9. Check the Design of SCM • Chap. 16: The design of the SCM has a BIG connection with the choice of multichannel sales from Tanner chap 2 (Vola is multichannel downstream) • Use the following 5 slides to find the right professionel arguments for the solutions you choose • There might very well be different solutions in different industries. • So… Chap 16 HAVE to be part of your project

  10. 4. Supply Chain Design • Vertically • One owner has ownership influence over the parts of the supply chain (Zara and Ikea to some extent) • Laterally • Supply Chain structured around several independent organisations • What a laterally SC gains i core competence focus and flexibility it may lose in lack of understanding and control of the SC as a whole • See figure 16.10 page 382

  11. 4.1 Physical vs. Market-Responsive SC • Physical efficient SC (Lean Supply Chains) • Cost minimising • Supporting functional products • Market-Responsive SC • Focus on demand and flexibility • Supporting innovative products • See how to match market and produst – figure 16.11 page 386

  12. 4.2 Multiple SC – Combining Two approaches • Focus on differentiating the SC before and after the • Customer Order Decoupling Point (CODP) • (figure 16.12 page 388) • Focus on Base Demand and Surge Demand • Base is predictable and forecasted • (figure 16.13 page 389)