PRODUCTION LOGISTICS

Who should attend?

Specialists in Logistics and Materials Planning of production companies, managers and coordinators of raw materials and finished product deposits, heads of departments, processes engineers who design the internal flows of materials and information.

Why should you choose this course?

The course explains a summary of theoretical concepts complemented by practical solutions, techniques and useful tools to support decision makers throughout the supply chain of the points of consumption of raw materials and semi-products, delivery of finished products, aiming to streamline the activities of shop -floor on the whole in order to increase productivity and reduce costs.

What is the structure of this course?

 KPI logistics for production; The dilemma of operations planning; The objectives of logistics in production; definitions; The importance of material and information flows; Portfolio of activities

Chapter 1: FLOW MATERIALS MANAGEMENT (transfer of materials from point of origin to point of consumption)

Stock policy - concept, stock types, the cost of inventories and their control to ensure a degree of asked satisfaction, the strategic approach of their level

Purchasing Planning - MRP, MRP II, ERP

The concept of JIT (Just in Time) - what you need, when you need it, in a necessary quantity

Kanban - sizing supply cycles (pull system)

Value Stream Map - diagrams aimed to describe and improve the inventory and information flows in Supply Chain

Chapter 2: HANDLING AND STORAGE SYSTEMS GOODS; HOW TO ORGANIZE THE SPACE

Considerations on the general plan of organization; long-term vision - a necessity

Storage Operations

Evaluation of productivity in the warehouse –time study

Costs and optimization

 

Chapter 3: ORGANIZATION OF TRANSPORT FLOWS

Internal transport solutions (models)

External transport (types of transport depending on the goods transported)

Performance indicators in transport

Equipment and IT systems

 

Chapter 4: REVERSE LOGISTICS

The concept of "reverse logistics"

Reducing losses through efficient logistics

Recovery of packaging

 

Chapter 5: DESIGN FLOW LOGISTICS IN NEW PROJECTS

Cost matrix

Establishing the overview and detailed processes

PFMEA

Packaging and transport streams

Risk assessment, SWOT diagrams

 

Chapter 6: MONITORING AND PERFORMANCE CONTROL IN THE BUSINESS OF LOGISTICS

Monitoring and control model

KPI monitoring inventory, efficiency in logistics, transport performance

Customer satisfaction

 

 

Calendar

Course date: 

Additional information on tel: 0726268256, 0727336314

For a group of 10-14 participants we can run an in-house course that can be delivered at your headquarter or in any location of your choice, on a mutually agreed date.

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Trainer

Dan Culda

Testimonials

"Rich in information and creative. Now I know what can I change and what to improve in the activity that I develop.

A theoretical experience necessary to improve practical production process."

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