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Logistics for non-logistical staff Training
- Participants / Prerequisite
Logistics is a set of methods and means related to the organization of a business: handling, transportation, packaging and supply. This will look at how logistics are organized, the people involved and its methods and tools.
- The role of logistics in the business. Logistical requirements.
- Principles of inventory management.
- The objectives of logistics.
- The economic, legal and financial challenges, brand image, etc.
- The scope of logistics.
- Logistical costs.
- The main parties involved in logistics.
- The expectations of customers and their needs.
- Process approach.
- The parties involved in the logistics chain.
- The contribution of the employee to the value chain of the customer.
- The relationship with the commercial and procurement functions.
- The different types of transport used by logistics (road, sea, air).
- The characteristics of the goods influence the choice of the means of transportation. Choosing the appropriate transportation.
- The quantities of goods. Taking deadlines into account. Cost management.
- Direct delivery of goods.
- The dispersed market.
- The different types of platform.
- Platform management.
- The different methods used by logistics.
- Presentation of the Kanban.
- Master Production Schedule (MPS)
- Sales and Operation Planning (SOP)
- Presentation of production planning: MRP (Material Requirements Planning).
- Presentation of Distribution Resource Planning (DRP).
- Just-in-time (JIT)
- Identification of products (barcode, RFID).
- Exchange of computer data.
- Planning, forecasting and scheduling. Monitoring of flows.
- Planning and forecasting tools.
- Scorecards, indicators, statistics.
- Links with other areas in the company.
- Logistics software (ERP): Supply Chain Management (SCM).
Hands-on work Example of planning and scheduling. Establishment of a scorecard for monitoring purposes