Purchasing and Supply Objective (Logistics of Moving Goods (Purchasing…
Purchasing and Supply Objective
supplier performance management
develop aligned goals with internal stakeholders
Manage the Sourcing Process Efficiently and effectively
develop integrated supply strategies that support business goals and objectives
Logistics of Moving Goods
Demand and Supply Planning
-Demand planning identifies all the claims (or demand) on output.
-Supply Planning is the process of taking demand data and developing a supply production and logistics network capable of satisfying demand requirements. Example, future prediction
Helps to ensure that customers receive material when and where they require it. Example, ensure the time
Work directly with supplier to develop proper quality control procedures and processes. Example ISO series, SIRIM
Production Planning, Scheduling and Control
Determining time-phased schedule of production, developing short-term production schedules and controlling work in process production. Example, Forecasting
Manage the physical and international links between the supplier and buyer. Example, move in process
Warehousing / Distribution
The production may be stored for a period in a warehouse before it is shipped to customer. Example, public warehouse contract warehouse and so on.
Attempting to acquire goods or services to accomplish the goals of its enterprise. Example, commercialization activity
Getting a product ready for distribution to the customer. Example, ship out process.
Materials and Inventory Control
Determining inventory level of finished goods required to support customer requirement. Example, keep the goods inside warehouse
Goods that are going out from a business to end consumers. Example, ready to deliver.
Receiving, Material Handling & Storage
Control of the physical processing and handling of inventory
Activities that arrange to keep a customer satisfied with a product or services. Example, ensure the 7R's concept.
Controlling Physical Distribution
involves planning, implementing and controlling the physical flows of materials and final goods from place of production to the place of end use to satisfy buyers' needs
Total Cost Concept
Customer Service Concept :
Component of Physical Distribution
Inventory Management and Control