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  1. SUPPLY CHAINAND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT Sales and Distribution Management Marketing 3345

  2. SIGNIFICANCE OF SUPPLY CHAINAND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENTKEY CONCEPTS • Logistics – getting the right amount of the right products to the right place at the right time at the lowest possible cost. • Logistics Management – the practice of organizing the cost-effective flow of raw materials, in-process inventory, finished goods from the point of origin to the point of consumption to satisfy customers requirements.

  3. Relating logistics management and supply chain management to supplier networks and marketing channels

  4. The automotive supply chain includes thousands of firms that provide the 5,000 or so parts in a typical car

  5. Paint industry supply chain

  6. SIGNIFICANCE OF SUPPLY CHAINAND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENTSUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT ANDMARKETING STRATEGY • Aligning a Supply Chainwith Marketing Strategy • Dell: A Responsive Supply Chain • Wal-Mart: An Efficient Supply Chain

  7. INFORMATION ANDLOGISTICS MANAGEMENT IN ACUSTOMER-DRIVEN SUPPLY CHAIN • Information’s Role in Supply ChainResponsiveness and Efficiency • Electronic DataInterchanges (EDIs) • Extranet

  8. How total logistics cost varies with the number of warehouses used based on inventory costs and transportation costs

  9. Supply chain managers balance total logistics cost factors against customer service factors

  10. INFORMATION AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENTIN A CUSTOMER-DRIVEN SUPPLY CHAIN CUSTOMER SERVICE FACTORS • Time • Lead Time • Order Cycle Time • Replenishment Time • Quick Response • Efficient Consumer Response

  11. INFORMATION AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENTIN A CUSTOMER-DRIVEN SUPPLY CHAIN CUSTOMER SERVICE STANDARDS

  12. USING MARKETING DASHBOARDSDiagnosing Out-of-Stocks and On-Time Delivery for Organic Produce Out-of-Stock (%) and On-Time-Delivery (%)

  13. UPS and RyderWhat are third-party logistics providers?

  14. Advantages and disadvantages of five modes of transportation

  15. KEY LOGISTICS FUNCTIONSIN A SUPPLY CHAIN TRANSPORTATION • Railroads • Intermodal Transportation • Piggy-Back or Traileron Flatcar (TOFC) • Containers

  16. KEY LOGISTICS FUNCTIONSIN A SUPPLY CHAIN TRANSPORTATION • Motor Carriers • Air Carriers and Express Companies • Freight Forwarders/Express Companies

  17. KEY LOGISTICS FUNCTIONSIN A SUPPLY CHAIN TRANSPORTATION • Pipelines • Water

  18. KEY LOGISTICS FUNCTIONSIN A SUPPLY CHAIN WAREHOUSING AND MATERIALS HANDLING • Storage Warehouses • Distribution Centers • Materials Handling

  19. KEY LOGISTICS FUNCTIONSIN A SUPPLY CHAIN INVENTORY MANAGEMENT • Supply Chain Inventory Strategies • Just-in-Time (JIT) Concept • Vendor-Managed Inventory (VMI)

  20. CLOSING THE LOOP:REVERSE LOGISTICS • Reverse Logistics