Examples of How Supplier Quality Management System Implementations Pay Off

Cerasis

We conclude our series on supplier quality management (SQM) today with a look at some case studies and examples of benefits derived from the application of a supplier quality management system. Examples and Case Studies from the Implementation of a Supplier Quality Management System.

The State of Supply Chain Trends Part IV: Data Analysis, Wearables, and the Cloud

Cerasis

Modern supply chains are evolving beyond anyone’s expectations due to increased use of cloud-computing technologies, wearables and advanced data analysis. For example, wearables measuring the number of steps, heart rate and calorie consumption can virtually eliminate on-the-job cardiac events, reports the Inventory & Supply Chain Optimization Blog. Data Analysis Grew Exponentially, Providing More End-to-End Visibility and Continuous Improvement.

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Amazon Go and the Future of Sentient Buildings: An Analysis

Supply Chain Brain

Specifically, they are inferring pose for articulated motion analysis in crowded scenarios. For example, the current setup has a dense array of cameras which we assume is probably required to make this all work. When it comes to disruption of business as usual for supply chains, Amazon towers above the rest. They are often spoken about by competitors with a combination of reverence and fear.

Typical Challenges in a Repair & Return Process - Part 2 ( Analysis)

Infosys Supply Chain Management

Analysis & Probable Solution : The conversation which is mentioned in the blog titled "Typical Challenges in a Repair & Return - Part 1" brings out some of the key issues which are pertinent to a repair & return process. Most of the inventory management systems have provisions to have various statuses for on-hand stock.For example RH- To indicate repair hold, Active - To indicate as ready to use, RV - To indicate repair at vendor site etc.

Russian VAT hike to hit domestic car industry

Automotive Logistics

The Russian Centre for Macroeconomic Analysis and Short-Term Forecast has estimated the VAT hike will increase the total tax burden on the automotive industry by 6.6%. Salnikov predicted the hike would give rise to cost-cutting instead, for example in wage rates.

Saving Your Company After a Data Breach

Supply Chain Brain

Should you follow the example of a company like Equifax , which did everything wrong in a wake of a cybersecurity breach and incurred hundreds of millions of dollars in costs, not to mention a stain on its reputation? Global Supply Chain Management Quality & Metrics Regulation and Compliance SC Analysis & Consulting Supply Chain Security & Risk Mgmt. Companies large and small are susceptible to data breaches.

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Blockchain for the Supply Chain: Reality vs. Hype

Supply Chain Brain

For example, approval by multiple parties to a transportation arrangement is required in order to issue an authorized bill of lading. A pharmaceutical company, for example, is likely to find blockchain to be of high value, as means of complying with strict regulations on maintaining a drug’s chain of provenance. SC Analysis & Consulting Global Trade & Economics All Technology Supply Chain Visibility Sourcing/Procurement/SRM SC Planning & Optimization Global Trade Management

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Trade Wars Put U.S. Small Business on the Front Line

Supply Chain Brain

As an example, China has imposed tariffs on farm products and seafood, as well as autos; and the companies affected can be small food exporters, agricultural supply companies, or auto parts suppliers. SC Analysis & Consulting Regulation and Compliance Global Trade & Economics Global Supply Chain Management All Technology Global Trade Management SC Planning & Optimization SC Finance & Revenue Mgmt. The U.S.-China China trade war is escalating by the day and the U.S.

Disadvantages of Poor Supply Chain Management

Carter Logistics

Here are three examples of how sub-par supply chain management can harm your business: Mismanaged Implementation – Changing a supply chain management system takes financial investment, time, and human resources. Industry-leading logistics providers focus on continual analysis.

Supply Chain Management:Maintenance Practice- A standard to be.

Infosys Supply Chain Management

hmm.gadgets, graphs, analysis etc. Strategy, an engineering framework, failure mode analysis maybe.phew! For example, preventive maintenance are either time based or meter based and it appears that it has got nothing to do with equipment dynamics in itself. There are heaps of operational data in the raw format and in some cases even well processed data such as vibration analysis, chemical analysis etc. About Us. Contact Us. Newsroom Investors Careers.

The Cost to Serve Bangkok Customers… And Why it Matters

Logistics Bureau

In fact, the information in this article is just as useful to logistics providers, especially those that have not completed their own CTS analysis. If your company’s distribution network covers any location within Thailand’s borders, a CTS analysis will reveal a lot about how your supply chain is affecting revenue and profit. For example, while working with one of our clients, a consumer products company with 13 warehouses located around Thailand, we conducted a CTA analysis.

Cost To Serve – A Smarter Way to Improved Supply Chain Profitability

Logistics Bureau

Too much leads to resources being monopolised on gathering tons of data and a subsequent risk of “paralysis by analysis” Cost to Serve (CTS) is an approach that helps you avoid both extremes. How will we use the outputs from the analysis? Supply chains are complex entities.

Don’t Lose Your Balance on Electronic Recycling

Talking Logistics

The following is an example of a Mass Balance evaluation results for an Apple iPad. From this chart you can quickly see the different characteristics of the product to help in decision making: Mass Balance Example: iPad (source: GEODIS).

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7 Reasons Why the Supply Chain Matters to Business Success

Logistics Bureau

Walmart may be the most famous example of a company that has succeeded primarily because of a well-developed and aligned supply chain strategy. For example, supplier performance issues can cause problems with inventory, order fill; on-time delivery performance and customer-order lead times.

Supply Chain Management:A New Lens for Supply Chain Roadmaps

Infosys Supply Chain Management

They expand into an analysis of revenue-accruing & cost-optimizing functions, and result in the identification of capabilities that the organization aspires to develop or enhance. Let us take an initiative such as Inventory Optimization as an example. About Us. Contact Us. Newsroom Investors Careers. Infosys Labs. Industries. Industries. Aerospace and Defense. Airlines. Automotive. Communication Services. Consumer Packaged Goods. Education. Energy. Financial Services.

Supply Chain Management:BIRT Reporting Redefined!!

Infosys Supply Chain Management

The level of analysis performed on the reports demonstrates the maturity of the EAM program and the application within the organization. Failure analysis, Cost and forecast computation etc. are few of the examples of such complex reporting. About Us. Contact Us. Newsroom Investors Careers. Infosys Labs. Industries. Industries. Aerospace and Defense. Airlines. Automotive. Communication Services. Consumer Packaged Goods. Education. Energy. Financial Services. Healthcare.

Foreign Trade Zone Update: Two Developments You Must Watch Today

Now, That's Logistics

Specifically, CBP will conduct a risk analysis across the FTZ program. For example, few economic studies have focused on FTZs, and those that have do not quantify FTZs’ economic impacts,” the GAO study notes. “In

Types of Risks Impacting Supply Chains in 2018

Material Handling and Logistics

Hurricane Maria, which slammed into Puerto Rico on September 20, 2017, is a prime example of a catastrophe that reverberates through supply chains. Examples include sub-suppliers that perform poorly, financial insolvency, and trade or tariff.

Inventory Management in Service Logistics Industry

Talking Logistics

Example A: Fashion Retailer – Business Strategy is short life cycle products. Example B: Supermarket Retailer – Business strategy is to have low cost to compete effectively. Example C: Oil & Gas – Products and services are diverse. What is Inventory Management?

The Mind-Boggling Complexities of Food Distribution (Why Optimization is Critical)

Talking Logistics

It is also my go-to example when I try to explain supply chain and logistics to my kids. “Do Take one of the questions above, for example: Can a single truck deliver multiple types of food products together or do they get delivered via separate trucks?

Building the Business Case for Supply Chain Risk Management

Cerasis

Besides, these risks are much more serious (for example, there were about 134,000 reported cyber-attacks on businesses in 2017 , or almost 50 percent increase from 2016). For example, Supply & Chain Executive reported that there were 260 major natural disasters in 2016 that resulted in an economic loss of $211 billion. For example, Deloitte reported that 85 percent of global supply chains experienced at least one disruption caused by fraud or abuse in 2016.

What’s Big Data in Supply Chain & Logistics? Why Should I Be Looking at This Tech Trend?

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For example, does location A offer more benefits than location B. In this example, location A is located outside of shopping center with few restaurants. In other words, they have actually used data analysis to realize what does and does not improve profit margins.

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The 7 Principles of Warehouse and Distribution Centre Design

Logistics Bureau

For example: Why will it exist? That’s exactly what will happen if, for example, you underestimate the quantities of products your warehouse must comfortably hold. B) Qualitative analysis: Reviewing the advantages and disadvantages of options considered.

Vendor Managed Inventory Model for Supply Chain Cost Reductions

Cerasis

Below I will outline how a vendor managed inventory model, in conjunction with reverse marketing, value analysis, and collaboration will achieve supply chain cost reductions. Reverse marketing starts first with Value Analysis. What is Value Analysis? Value Analysis.

Solutions for Managing Transportation Spend

Talking Logistics

I asked Dale for some examples of how they have been able to help clients in this area. Dales cited another example of a company doing a great deal of LTL shipments with multiple carriers over multiple lanes. For example, if they are in a commodity market where price is the differentiator, we help them design a lowest-cost network. The Analysis.

The Rise of the Intelligent Supply Chain

Damco

For example, the Business Intelligence solution focuses on five key areas that are of common concerns to many businesses: carrier performance, vendor performance, volume analysis, equipment/container utilisation, and exception management. Supply chains are awash with data.

[INFOGRAPHICS] How Manufacturing Data Will Transform The American Manufacturing Industry

Cerasis

The Rise Of Manufacturing Data Analysis. In order for manufacturing data to be used in the decision-making process, companies must ensure that they are using high-quality data in their analysis. For example, choosing which suppliers are the best , most valuable partners.

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Digital Transformation: Why It’s Not an “Easy Button”

Talking Logistics

For example, when a customer wants to buy something from you, they send you the order with a purchase order number. Don’t let the enormity of the ultimate goal stymie you in “analysis paralysis.” Roger points out that an important step is for companies to ignore the common ROI analysis requirement and instead do trial and error to see what works best for their company. He also shared some examples of customer success stories.

Bringing the IoT to the automotive supply chain

Automotive Logistics

In general, an IoT supply chain solution involves a wireless tracking system coupled with a cloud-based monitoring and analysis platform. In addition to real-time alerts, IoT tools also provide comprehensive data sets that can be used for root-cause analysis of problems on a macro scale.

Import Compliance Basics: 5 Things You Need to Know

Now, That's Logistics

For example, you may pick up on some common typos that make their way into the system (i.e., If, for example, you are making goods in a foreign country and selling them to a domestic customer, make sure any incoming duty cost (i.e.,

What is Transportation Management Workflow and How Does It Work

Blue Grace Logistics

Transportation Management Workflow may be defined as a supply chain workflow that connects and links the various parties involved along the chain from, for example, the seller’s warehouse to the buyer’s warehouse.

The Top 5 Changes That Occur With AI in Logistics

Cerasis

For example, DHL analyzes 58 different parameters of internal data to create a machine learning model for air freight. The most well-known examples are Transmetrics and ClearMetal , which were both mentioned in the latest DHL’s Logistics Trend Radar.

The Data Needed to Transform Supply Chains

Talking Logistics

Knowing what data you have, what you’re missing, and where it’s stored enables teams to manually run their own analysis, report KPIs, and create a record of past activity.

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What is DFMA (Design for Manufacture and Assembly) Analyses And How Can It Reduce Supply Chain Costs?

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A thorough analysis of Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DFMA) is just one tactic you can use to find success within the constructs of the chain. The analysis means getting into the nitty gritty and paying attention to every detail, no matter how small you may think it is. Assembly Analysis. For example, your couch is made up of springs, fabric, cushions, nuts, bolts and insulation. Manufacturing Analysis.

2018 Parcel Oversize Changes: Tightening of the Vise

Talking Logistics

For example, if a package qualifies for oversize according to FedEx’s definition, it will receive an $80 charge (list rate). Mark’s tenure at enVista brings three key perspectives in parcel analysis: carrier, shipper, and 3rd party consultant.