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M04 MoveIt Student Fa2010 (1) - Module 04 MOVE IT:...

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Unformatted text preview: Module 04 MOVE IT: Packaging, Containers, Transportation, Distribution 01 Transportation & Logistics 02 TRANPORTATION Movement of goods (and services) from one location to another. LOGISTICS Part of supply chain that plans, implements, and controls the efficient, effective forward and reverse flow and storage of goods, services, and related information between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet customers requirements. Part 1: Packaging and Containerization Module 04 03 Cargo Classifications 04 . Free Flowing Cargo, Stored Loose Loaded by Shovel, Pump, Bucket, or Scoop Coal, Rice, Grain, Raw Sugar, Oil, Sulfur . General or Packaged Cargo Often Containerized and Measured in TEUs CL, LCL, TL, LTL (See containers material) . Characteristics of both Bulk and Break Bulk Automobiles, Logs, Steel, Cattle Logistics Terminology 05 Cube Amount of space in a container (or package) available for cargo, also described as Cubic Capacity Cubing Out When all of the space in the container (or package) has been filled. Weight The heaviness of the cargo Weighing Out When the container (or package) has been filled with product, such that additional cargo will exceed the containers weight limit Transportation Terminology 06 Multimodal Use of more than one mode of transport during a single shipment . Seamless Multimodal shipment. No Need to Unload Container, Repackage Products. One Container for entire trip. Planogram s 07 Schematic drawing that illustrates product placement Store Chains want stores to be nearly identical. This makes it easy on the customer and also on employees stocking shelves. Can also help maximize utilization of shelf space. Consider implications of product and packaging design and dimensions. How does this impact entire supply chain? Packaging, storage, transportation cube, manufacturing, procurement, marketing plans, itinerary What does a Planogram designer need to consider? Shelf Space Height, Width, Depth (Exact Product Location) Product Variety Beverages, Canned Goods, Hanger Items.. Product Location Top shelf, Lowest shelf? Store Variety Store Demographics Manufacturer and Retail Store Preferences Reasons for Packaging 08 Marketing and Promotion Provide Product Information Weight, Volume Legal Considerations Warning labels, nutritional info, safety seals, language Provides Protection Light, Thieves, Dust, Moisture, Impact Provides Support Other products and/or boxes Preservation of Perishable Products Facilitates Movement/Handling Boxes, shrink wrap, crates, pallets Easy for carrying, simplifies storage Easy to stack on pallets, slipsheets, shelves SCM Packaging Considerations 09 Product Characteristics Packaging Trade-offs Protection, weight, cost, consumer safety, marketing...
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2011 for the course SCM 300 taught by Professor D during the Spring '07 term at ASU.

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