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  1. Poster Session CIIPCA 2013 Politécnico de la Costa Atlántico 2013

  2. Oct 2011 Poster Session

  3. Titulo de la propuesta Estudiante: Nombre 1 Estudiante: Nombre 2 Categoría: Area temáitica Universidad:Politécnico de la Costa Atlántico JORNADA DE POSTERS INVESTIGATIVOS CIIPCA 2013. PROGRAMA DE INGENIERÍA INDUSTRIAL Antecedentes / Introducción Conclusiones Explicacion del modelo / Diseño propuesto Descripción e introducción a la temática desarrollada durante la investigación Diagrama 1 Texto 1 Resumen de las principales contribuciones de la investigación. Agradecimientos Diagrama 2 Texto 2 Entidades financiadoras de la propuesta. Docentes y/o directores del grupo. Grupo de investigación al que pertenece Objetivos y Metodología • Objetivos generales y específicos. • Fases de la metodología desarrollada. Literatura relevante Referencias utilizadas a lo largo de la investigación Marco de referencia / Estado del arte Foto 2 Foto 1 Deficinición de conceptos y desarrrollo de las herrramientas de mayor importancia en el campo de conocimicneto bajo estudio actualmente Contribucion Esperada Resultados finales o esperados de la investigación.

  4. Poster Session Ejemplos CIIPCA 2013 Politécnico de la Costa Atlántico 2013

  5. “Supply Chain Risk Attitudes and Experiences in Brazil, Mexico and Colombia.” Student: Marina Mattos GC-LOG Student: Arturo Ortiz GC-LOG Student: Daniel Romero GC-LOG Advisor: Bruce Arnzten Motivation / Background Methodology Kind of SC Risks • A general survey is designed by formulating questions with multiple answers options that aim to find attitudes and experiences toward supply chain risks. This survey is the same for all countries, written in their respective language. • Data bases with information of contacts who manage or take decisions in their supply chain are found with help of local organizations related with Logistics and Supply Chain management. • The survey is conducted by mailing requests and web sites publishing • Results are analyzed and compared with those from different countries and industries to find patterns. Supply Chain Risk is an uncertainty or unpredictable event, endogenous or exogenous to the supply chain, affecting one or more of the parties within the supply chain or its business setting, thereby (negatively) influencing the achievement of business objectives. The way people think about and manage supply chain risks is certainly not the same in different parts of the world, regional and cultural aspects must be an important factor that affect the way of seeing it and managing it. Supply Chain Risk Management is a task that might not be done in many companies in emergent Latin-American countries like Mexico, Brazil or Colombia. This study aims to identify the risks that occur more frequently on Supply Chains in LatAm and their severity in supply networks. It is part of the Global Risk Initiative (GRI), a project conducted simultaneously in many different regions of the world. Acknowledgements • Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals Round Table México • Expologística México • Logyca, Colombia. Key Questions This project aims to: • Are companies in Mexico, Brazil and Colombia worried about the supply chain risks? • If people in these countries take care of this matter, how do they manage it (strategies) ? • How regional and cultural differences in these countries affect how people think about and manage supply chain risks? Relevant Literature • Tang, C.S., 2006. Perspectives in supply chain risk management. Int. J. Production Economics 103, p451–488. • Parr Rud Olivia. Data Mining Cookbook. Modeling data for Marketing, Risk and CRM supply chains, 2001. • William Y.C. Wang, Michael S.H. Heng, Patrick Y.K. Chau. Supply chain management : issues in the new era of collaboration and competition, 2007 • David Simchi-Levi, Philip Kaminsky,. Designing and managing the supply chain : concepts, strategies, and case studies, 2003 Expected Contribution Frameworks of analysis • The expected results from this project are: • Find out how important the SC risks management is for companies in Brazil, Mexico and Colombia. • Understand different way of management for SC risks. • Find similarities and differences between companies in each country and between them to associate results with regional and cultural aspects. • Find out the most common failure modes in the supply chain considering the country and industry . • M. Christopher, H. Peck. "Building the resilient supply chain". The International Journal of Logisctics Management. 2004. • Y. Sheffi, The Resilient Enterprise, MIT Press. 2005. • Yanika Daniels, & Timothy Kenny “Leveraging Risk Management in the Sales and Operations Planning Process “, 2008. • D. L. Coutu. "How resilience works". Harvard Business Review on Point. Vol. 80, No. 3, pp. 46 55. 2002. Marina Mattos Daniel Romero Arturo Ortiz

  6. Producer Roaster Retail End Customer Cultivation Packaging Wholesale Warehouses Harvesting Roasting Drying Grinding Hulling Blending Cleaning and Selecting Grading Regional Coffee Distribution to Small Retailers in Minas Gerais Candida Bastos Advisor: Marcela Giraldo and Nilson Nunes Motivation / Background Initial Results The Coffee Supply Chain • Even though Brazil is the biggest coffee producer and the second largest coffee consumer market in the world, there is a lack of synergy between the players of the produce supply. The strategies adopted by each link affects the whole supply chain. • Brazil has 2,2 millions hectares of coffee plantations • 45 million coffee bags are produced per year in the country • 25% of the world's supply of coffee are produced in Brazil • 73% of the Brazilian consumers from lower socioeconomic classes have the habit to buy in small markets, convenience stores and bakeries. • Minas Gerais’ production is characterized by its regional sales, within 20kms. • The state has around 4 million coffee trees • It is the biggest coffee producer state • Production of 19 million coffee bags / year • 14 out of the 100 biggest roasters are located in MG • The sector generates around 4,6 million jobs in the state • The average price of a coffee bag (60kgs) is USD 149,00 • Production costs vary between USD 114,00 – USD 212,00 Expected Contribution • Characterize the coffee supply chain in Minas Gerais with its unique characteristics. • Establish benchmarks of total costs in the coffee chain • Reveal cost reduction opportunities in the coffee chain Methodology Key Question / Hypothesis Relevant Literature • The first step is to understand the coffee supply chain in MG, Brazil, consulting local chambers, governmental institutions and coffee associations. • The second step is to describe and characterize this system emphasizing cost, risk and incentives of each player. • Both steps includes the design of surveys for each link of the chain to collect information and conduct interviews. • The last step is to analyse and categorize qualitative and quantitative data collected. • What are the characteristics of coffee supply chain in MG,Brazil? • Who are the agents and intermediaries involved in the chain? • What are the costs involved in each link of the chain? • What recommendations can be made to each agent involved in the chain? ASSOCIAÇÃO BRASILEIRA DA INDÚSTRIA DO CAFÉ (ABIC). Available in : http://www.abic.com.br SINDICATO DA INDÚSTRIA DE CAFÉ DO ESTADO DE MG. Available in : http://www.sindicafe-mg.com.br Brazilian Agriculture Ministry. Available in: http://www.agricultura.gov.br/ Candida Bastos