Presentation on theme: "Produced by the South Australian Freight Council with special thanks to TDTSA, Ian Lovell & Bellis Fruit Bars."— Presentation transcript:
Produced by the South Australian Freight Council with special thanks to TDTSA, Ian Lovell & Bellis Fruit Bars.
Definition: Any sequence of events involved in the production and distribution of a product. Who is involved in the process? Suppliers Manufacturers Transport & Logistics Distributors/ reseller Retailers
Image: Weber State University, Utah USA How many events do you think take place in the Supply Chain of a Bellis Fruit Bar?
Orchard Fruit picked Forklift transfer Truck Processing plant Fruit is Graded, washed, sorted & dried Dried fruit packed
Container arrives in Australia Customs and Quarantine cleared Container delivered to warehouse Empty container returned Dried fruit arrives at Bellis Recorde d Warehouse storage
Fruit bars made Wrapped and boxed Product packed Moved to warehouse Order received & processed Moved to dispatch area Product loaded onto truck Distributor
Unload pallets warehouse Stock recorded Order received & processed Picked & packed Loaded onto truck Delivery to retail store Bars are purchased Taken to your house Your lunch box!
What other sorts of products go through a supply chain?
Warehouse Manager Store person Forklift Driver Truck Driver Diesel Mechanic Dispatch/Receivals Clerk Cartage Coordinator Stevedore Seafarer (Ship’s Officer) Crane Operator Customs Officer Quarantine Officer Train Driver Rail Terminal Planner Rail Track Worker Purchasing Officer Customs Broker Import/Export Coordinator Documentation Clerk Airline Operations Officer Supply Chain Analyst Cold Chain Specialist Transport Engineer Pilot (Marine & Air) What do all of these jobs have in common?
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Drivers licence, first aid certificate Forklift Licence Truck licence, varying levels Certificates in Transport & Logistics Diploma of Logistics Cadetships Traineeships & Apprenticeships VET Automotive streams VET Business Administration streams Graduate positions
Aaron Barty- Transpacific Cleanaway (Age 21) Completed SACE 2008 Logistics Cadetship with Transpacific Cleanaway 2009, completed October 2010 Certificate IV Warehouse & Storage completed 2009 Studied Diploma of Logistics Management, 2010 Currently Operations Supervisor John Sorrenti- Pacific National Rail (Age 30) Completed SACE 1998 Pacific National Rail, Data Entry Operator 1998 Terminal Operations Manager in 2005 Business Improvement Manager 2010 Six Sigma Course- (Business Improvement Program) Accelerate SA Vice-Chairperson Industry Profile Cadet Profile Industry Profile Aleisha MacFarlane- SA Freight Council (Age 28) Completed SACE 2000 Bachelor of International Studies completed 2004 Solo Resource Recovery 2006 Customs Agency Services, Import Operator 2008 Joined SA Freight Council 2010, Project Officer CILT-Accelerate SA Chairperson
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