Presentation on theme: "ISQA 439 Logistics Global Supply Management. Logistics The Buyer Always Pays the Freight Who Arranges/Manages Freight is Open to Negotiation Transportation."— Presentation transcript:
Logistical Cost Factors Inbound Raw Material RM Inventory Costs In-Plant Logistics Finished Goods Inventory Costs Documentation Costs Packaging Loading Line-haul Transportation Security Costs Customs Clearance Local Transportation Unloading Unpacking Material Handling Inventory Costs Pull/Pack/Ship Local Transportation to Final Customer
Transportation Issues Bill of Lading Freight Bill Freight Claim (Loss or Damage Claim) FOB Point INCO terms Consolidation Combine Inbound and Outbound Vol Break Bulk Demurrage Detention Transload Facilities
Traffic Management Manage Inbound and Outbound Transportation Requirements Track Rates and Commodity Classifications Choice of Mode Carrier Selection Routing and Scheduling Consolidation Track and Trace Custom Equipment Manage Carrier Relationships
Comparing Modes Each transportation mode satisfies specific needs in carrying goods across the country and around the world. Each mode has distinct advantages over others in certain areas.
Global Supply Management Cautions: Evaluation of Sources Lead Times and Variability Logistical and Delivery Problems Quality Questions Political Issues Labor Conflicts Security Finding Real Total Cost