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You are probably familiar with one of these situations.

Production Scheduling

  • Anticipated and planned, but without results
  • The end client may have a regular request, but my factory receives a variety of requests
  • The factory doesn't deliver what was requested
  • The Production is not steady
  • The activity variations prevent the standardization of tasks
  • Our production is proportioned for maximum capacity, but hardly reaches the anticipated goal
  • Too much overtime in production

Client Logistics

  • Our clients receive poor deliveries (delays, insufficient quantities or references)
  • Our exceptional transportation costs have increased
  • There are enormous difficulties in the event of shortages and a lot of inventory
  • Our image is increasing in reputation with clients.
  • It’s the client’s fault. The client is not reliable!
  • The client’s method of making a request isn’t understood. Unlikely!

Supplier Logistics

  • Your suppliers provide poor delivery (unsatisfactory demand rate, frequent production control breaks)
  • No reactivity to needs, no flexibility
  • Anyway, with this supplier nothing can be done.
  • It is the suppliers’ fault. They are incompetent!

Internal Logistics

  • Our logistical costs are really too high
  • Too much manpower is used and there are too many structures for logistics management
  • Our receiving docks are full and the shipping zones are unorganized
  • The inventory is overstocked and there are no good references at this time
  • It's also not always possible to find it!
  • Anyway, there is too much inventory!

Let’s face it this is heard too often in factories. The PC&L organization and standard logistical procedures are the best resources for implementing physical and informational management and putting this situation under control.

The Supply Chain approach provides a regular system for:

  • continuous store and delivery procedures
  • production and stores at a Consistent level of efficiency
  • controlled inventories that fulfill their role for proper placement and storage
  • regular, frequent and standardized transportation lines (internal and external)
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