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1 McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright © 2011 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., All Rights Reserved. Chapter 16 Other Supply Responsibilities

2 Other Supply Responsibilities Receiving Logistics and warehousing Inbound and outbound transportation Production planning Accounts payable Investment recovery

3 Receiving Receiving report Documents the activities in the receiving process Packing slip Produced by the supplier and provides information such as a description of the goods and quantity and refers to the customer purchase order number and possibly a tracking number It can be used to confirm that the actual quantity shipped matches the quantity ordered Bill of lading The contract between the shipper and carrier Contains information about the quantity shipped, origin and final destination

4 Key Logistics Decisions Should it be stored? How and where should it be stored? How should it be moved? How should the inventory be tracked?

5 Benefits of Effective Disposal Programs Cost recovery Cost reduction and avoidance Customer service Quality control Protect intellectual property and brand identity Comply with government regulations Reclaim valuable materials from customers Control product liability Improve public image

6 Categories of Material for Disposal Excess or surplus materials Obsolete material or equipment Rejected end products Scrap material Waste Hazardous waste

7 Disposal Channels Use elsewhere in the firm “as is” Reclaim for use within the plant Sell to another firm for use on an “as is” basis Return to the supplier Sale through a broker Sale to a local scrap or surplus dealer Donate, discard or destroy the material or item

8 Environmental Management Reduce Reuse Recycle less risk less complexity easier to implement smaller environmental benefits

9 raw material processing The Reverse Flow of Materials in the Supply Chain manufacturing distribution consumption recovery recycleremanufacturereuse waste processing disposal resell

10 Materials Recapture: Example of a Computer Personal Computer Plastic Pothole Filler Aluminum Cans, Foil Steel Cars Construction Beams Nonleaded Glass Usable Glass Copper Wiring, Pipes, Computer Circuitry Lead Car Batteries, Film Leaded Glass Asphalt, Industrial Abrasives Precious Metals Jewelers, Dentists, Chip Makers


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