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SUMMER INTERNSHIP

PROJECT
TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
PROFILE OF THE ORGANISATION

JK Tyre & Industries Ltd is a leading tyre


manufacturer in India and amongst the top
25 manufacturers in the world with a wide
range of products catering to diverse
business segments in the automobile
industry. JK Tyre is the only tyre
manufacturer in India to be included in the
list of Super brand in 2017, the sixth time
the honor has been conferred upon the
company
TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM

Deals with the planning, execution and


optimization of the physical movements of
goods. (TMS) helps companies move freight from
origin to destination efficiently, reliably, and cost
effectively
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
 To know how supply chain works.
 Why TMS needed? And their benefits .

 To know how efficiently TMS works.

 Want to experience practical knowledge of our


theoretical learning's.
 What are the role of Logistics and their
responsibilities
THE JK TYRES WORKS ON THE 3 MAIN LEVEL OF
TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM THAT ARE AS FOLLOWS :-
1-Primary Inbound movements from suppliers to
warehouse with in organization’s internal
network. In this the stock is being transferred
from plant to feeder, JIT

2-Secondary In this the stock is being transferred from


feeder to depot. This is also a kind of stock transfer. In
India there are total 24 feeders of JK tyres in various
locations.

3- Tertiary Transport movement involves a very high


volume movement in comparison to the primary and
secondary transportation which is done from depot to
market dealers. This process is considered as a sale
FEEDER GODOWN OF JK TYRES IN
MEERUT
PRIMARY TRANSPORTATION

From Meerut feeder goods are delivered to four depots


Agra, Bareli, Haldane, and Dehradhun. Total 100
trucks were loaded in a month for these four
destinations.
MANUFACTURING
PLANT

JUST IN
EXPORT FEEDER TIME

DEPOT

DEALER
JK TYRES MANUFACTURING
PLANTS
JK Tyre has 9 modern plants in India which
are strategically located at:

 Mysore,Karnataka -3
 Ban more, Madhya Pradesh

 Kankroli, Rajasthan

 Chennai, Tamil Nadu

 Haridwar, Uttarakhand – 3
 FEEDER – Warehouse where all the varieties
of tyres are available for sale. In feeder stock
is being transferred from plant. There are
total 24 feeder’s JK having in India. It’s a part
of primary transportation system.

 DEPOS-Where goods are available for dealers


and make product easily available in the
market. There are 140 depots JK having in
India.

 JUST IN TIME – Warehouse which are just near


to the dealer to meet urgent requirements.
There are 16 (JIM) Warehouse JK having in
Delhi.
DISPATCHING
In the entire process of product dispatching the very first
task is to identify the inventory level and then define the
quantity which is to be dispatched from the plant.
In JK tyres there are three stages to maintain the stock in
the feeders’ warehouse:

 Minimum stock
 Maximum stock
 Safety stock

Currently the company is defining inventory level on the


maximum level which means if the stock level decreases
below the maximum level then an auto PO (purchase order)
will automatically generated on the SAP. This Auto PO are
generated on the data which is saved on the SAP.
RECOMMENDATIONS
 Theyneed more space to avoid detentions,
and for proper functioning.

 There we analyze the Auto PO generated


by depots is not sufficient for truck
utilization.
CONCLUSION
Transport Management System is done by JK
Tyres and industries Ltd. We visited the
warehouse were we gained theoretical and
practical knowledge.
It states how the Transport Management
System working in the organization and also
the and how they are interlink with each
other. The learning includes inventory and
dispatching, calculating the minimum stock,
maximum stock, safety stock of the product.
This internship has also helped me gain in-
depth knowledge about the supply chain
management and Logistics of the company
and also learnt how the working is done.