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Presented By

Samiya Nisar
Sumreen Naz
Uzair Akmal
Muhammad Imran
Ali hasnain
TOPIC
Logistic Management
& Supply Chain Management
Logistics Management
Logistics was first used in the military to describe the
handling storage and transportation of goods and army
personnel. Today, this term is used in many spheres of
day to day life but the basic definition is the planning,
execution, and control of the movement of goods and or
people and all related activities.
Logistics can be divided into two categories:
 Inbound Logistics

 Outbound Logistics
TYPES OF LOGISTICS
 Advance Logistics
 Distribution logistics

 Disposal logistics

 Reverse logistics

 Green Logistics
OBJECTIVE OF LOGISTICS
Defining Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Management (SCM) is multi dimensional
and seeks to manage and monitor the flow of raw
materials, the manufacture of finished products and the
control of the transportation of end product to the
consumer.
Historical developments
 Creation era

 Integration era

 Globalization era

 Specialization era

 Supply Chain Management


BENEFITS OF SUPPLY CHAIN
MANAGEMENT
 Higher Efficiency Rate
 Decrease Cost Effects
 Increases Output
 Increases Your Business Profit Level
 Boost Cooperation Level
Elements of Supply Chain Management
 Integration
 Operations
 Purchasing
 Distribution
KEY BUSINESS AREAS
 Enterprise performance
 Customer service

 Order management

 Demand planning

 Warehouse distribution

 Partnership

 Supplier/Supply chain management


BASIS FOR LOGISTICS SUPPLY CHAIN
COMPARISON MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT
KEY DIFFERENCES
Meaning
BETWEEN LOGISTICS
The process of integrating The coordination and
AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
the movement and management of the supply
maintenance of goods in chain activities are known
and out the organization is as Supply Chain
Logistics. Management.

Objective Customer Satisfaction Competitive Advantage

Evolution The concept of Logistics Supply Chain


has been evolved earlier. Management is a modern
concept.

How many organizations Single Multiple


are involved?

One in another Logistics Management is a Supply Chain


fraction of Supply Chain Management is the new
Management. version of Logistics
Management.
1.FEDEX

 American multinational courier delivery services company.


 Headquartered in Memphis.

 "FedEx" is a syllabic abbreviation.

 Federal Express (now FedEx Express), which was used from


1973 until 2000.
 Over 325,000 Employees worldwide.

 Top 3 of the Logistics Company.


FEDEX SUPPLY CHAIN
 FedEx Critical Inventory Logistics solution.
 Offering high-tech, life-science and medical device.
 Not only support the timely movement of finished
goods.
 Cost Effectiveness.
FEDEX SUPPLY CHAIN
 Real Time Tracking.
 Central IT system.

 From Order to Delivery.

 Status of Order by messages.


LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT
 FedEx brings P2P.
 Last-mile delivery solutions for its customers.

 The spokeswoman Says,


 Source of earning.
 Significant expansion of the FedEx e-commerce portfolio.
2.WAL-MART
 History of Wal-Mart
 1962- Wal-Mart begins
 Supply Chain Management (SCM)
 Procurement and Distribution
 Logistics Management
Wal-Mart implemented five types of Cross-docking
techniques
1.Opportunistic Cross Docking
2. Flow-through Cross Docking
3. Distributor Cross Docking
4. Manufacturer Cross Docking
5. Pre- Allocated Cross Docking
INVENTORY MANAGEMENT

 In the early 1990's, Wal-Mart extensively invested in


Information Technology (IT) and communication
systems to efficiently track sales and to check level of
inventories in stores across the country.
 In 1983 Wal-mart set up its own satellite system to
navigate and transfer data through the linked computer
system across the country.
 In 1991, Wal-Mart had invested approximately $4 billion
to build a retail link system. More than 10,000 Wal-Mart
retail suppliers used the retail link system to monitor the
sales (P. Mohan Chandran, 2003).
3.K&NS(1964)
Poultry expertise, and a commitment to food-safety,
K&N’s integrated all poultry production activities under
one umbrella to ensure quality and food-safety by
managing and controlling all stages of production.
K & N Supply Chain Strategy
 reduce inventory

 coordinating and integrating

 oversight of materials, information, and finances


4.COCA COLA
Coca-Cola is the most popular and biggest-selling soft drink
in history, as well as one of the most recognizable brands in
the world.The Coca-Cola Company produces concentrate,
which is then sold to licensed Coca-Cola bottlers throughout
the world.
Coca Cola Supply Chain
The Four basic components of supply chain management are
discussed below:
1.Planning stage
2. Develop (source)
3. Make
4. Deliver
COCA COLA LOGISTICS

The thrust behind the logistics and supply chain activities has
been the transportation industries culminating globalization,
according to Cushmann & Wakefield (2006) the ongoing
globalization of production inculcating business practices
such as outsourcing and restructuring as well as the
integration of regional economies in the logistics market has
been pragmatic within the European regions and other parts
of the world.