Barilla Supply Chain Case Report

  • Barilla Case Report

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: In 1990, Barilla SpA was the largest pasta manufacturer in the world. It was making 35% of all pasta sold in Italy and 22% of all pasta sold in Europe. Barilla enjoyed a strong brand image in Italy. They differentiated themselves by positioning the brand as the highest quality, most sophisticated pasta product available. They had a massive facility, the largest and most technologically advanced pasta plant in the world. In 1987, the company realized that manufacturers and retailers

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  • Designing and Managing the Supply Chain

    Designing and Managing the Supply Chain David Simchi-Levi Philip Kaminsky Edith Simchi-Levi Solutions for Discussion Questions1 Kerem B¨lb¨l u u 1 We would like to thank Shiming Deng for his valuable contributions to the preparation of this manual. Chapter 1 Introduction to Supply Chain Management Discussion Questions Question 1 Pick any car model manufactured by a domestic auto maker. For example, consider the 2002 Ford Thunderbird. a. The supply chain for a car typically includes

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  • Barilla Case

        Barilla SpA Case B a       Exe ecutiv Sum ry ve mmar Pasta is a st P taple food of traditiona Italian cu isine, which was tradit o al h tionally produce by hand. However, today many varieties o pasta are commerc ed y of e cially produc ced and are broadly available in su upermarket across th world. Barilla SpA, an Italian ts he w p world’s larg gest pasta m manufactur rer based company, was at one point in the 1990s the w ng a a aly % e. producin 35% of all the pasta sold in Ita

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  • Supply Chain - Seven Eleven Case

    1. A convenience store chain attempts to be responsive and provide customers what they need, when they need it, where they need it. What are some different ways that a convenience store supply chain can be responsive? What are some risks in each case? Some of the ways that a convenience store chain can response are: * Focusing in the total cost of the supporting a chain, that includes all the elements of cost that go into a purchase like order quantities, deliveries, warehousing, support systems

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  • Barilla Case Study

    Session 5 Case Study: Barilla SpA Executive Summary In order to reduce the strain that fluctuating demand is putting on our manufacturing and logistics systems, I am moving forward with an action plan to implement Just-in-Time Distribution at Barilla. Under the Just-in-Time Distribution system, Barilla’s internal logistics will determine the optimal levels of distribution necessary to meet customer demand. While we are likely to face opposition to this program

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  • Barilla Supply Chain Case Report

    manufacturer’s supply chain. The bullwhip effect is seen as one moves upstream in the supply chain from the retailer to the distributor to Barilla’s central distribution centers (CDC) to Barilla’s plants – the farther one moves upstream, the greater the volatility in demand. This demand fluctuation can be attributed to a number of factors. One of the main factors that affected the demand volatility is Barilla’s trade promotion strategy, which includes price, transportation, and volume discounts. Barilla would

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  • Barilla Case Study

    Executive Summary In 1875, Pietro Barilla opened a small shop and laboratory where they produced, and sold pasta and breads. In 1990, Barilla was the largest pasta manufacturer in the world, making 35% of all pasta sold in Italy and 22% of all pasta sold in Europe. Since Pietro’s grandsons took over, Pietro and Gianni, Barilla evolved into a vertically integrated company with flour mills, pasta plants and baking products. This case study outlines Giorgio Maggiali’s (Director and Logistics) concern

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  • Barilla - Case Study

    CASE STUDY BARILLA SpA (A) TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE 1 COVER PAGE PAGE 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE 3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PAGE 4 ISSUE IDENTIFICATION – IMMEDIATE ISSUE PAGE 4 ISSUE IDENTIFICATION – SYSTEMIC ISSUES PAGE 5 ISSUE IDENTIFICATION – SYSTEMIC ISSUES CONTINUED PAGE 6 ENVIRONMENTAL & ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS PAGE 6 ALTERNATIVES AND / OR OPTIONS PAGE 7 ALTERNATIVE AND / OR OPTIONS (CONTINUED) PAGE 8 RECOMMENDATIONS & IMPLEMENTATION PAGE 9 IMPLEMENTATION PLAN PAGE 9 MONTIOR

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  • Supply Chain Case

    Northeastern University D’Amore-McKim School of Business SCHM2301 Supply Chain and Operations Management Tuesdays & Fridays 119DG 1/8-4/16 Michael Power 214 Hayden Hall Phone: 617-373-3498 Email: m.power@neu.edu Office Hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays 11:45am-1:15pm or by appointment Text: “Managing Operations Across the Supply Chain” 2nd Edition, by Swink, Melnyk, Cooper, Hartley, Publisher McGraw-Hill, ISBN: 13: 978-1-12-180339-8 All pertinent information can be

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  • Barilla Case

    Barilla Case 1. Diagnose the underlying causes of the difficulties that the JITD program was created to solve. What are the benefits and draw backs of this program? JITD was created to solve the problems of effects of fluctuating demand (Bullwhip Effect) and stock outs issue that strain Barilla’s manufacturing and logistics operations. Benefits: Barilla can make better delivery decisions and improve its demand forecasts, be more effectively meet end-consumer’s need and more evenly distribute

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  • Barilla Spa Case

    Executive Summary Barilla SpA, an Italian pasta manufacturer is experiencing problems in manufacturing and distribution systems caused by fluctuations in demand. To eliminate these difficulties Giorgio Maggiali, the Chief of Barilla’s Logistics Department, has been trying to implement the Just-In-Time-Distribution, further referred as JITD, system proposed by his predecessor Brando Vitali. JITD can be called a remake of popular “Just-In-Time” manufacturing concept. Although Maggiali has been trying

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  • Case Supply Chain Nokia

    Groepswerk SCM Case 10: Nokia’s Supply Chain Management Salih SikierNicolas BlondeauYassin KandoussiSouliman Ahankour | Supply Chain ManagementProf. Trijntje CornelissensAssistent Dorien Herremans | Inhoudstabel Bedrijfsvoorstelling 1 Nokia 1 Ericsson 1 Scope van de case 2 Probleemstelling 3 Oplossingen 4 Communicatie- en informatiemanagement en de rol van monitoringsystemen 4 Responsiveness versus efficiëntie en het belang van een flexibele supply chain 5 Responsiveness

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  • Barilla Case Study

    Implementation…………………………………………………9 Monitor and Control………………………………………………………………………..11 Executive Summary Barilla SpA was experiencing extreme order fluctuations from its distribution network despite of stable consumer demand for pasta. This demand variation was taking a toll on its profit margin and operation efficiencies. Management planned a JITD to deal with the problem but this was met with internal and external resistances. This report analyzed the Bullwhip effect that contributed to the demand fluctuation and recommended

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  • Barilla Spa Case Response

    Session 5: Supply Chain Inventory Management Assignment 3: Case Response Barilla SpA (A) Submitted by: Lena Table of Contents Executive Summary 3 Issue Identification 4 Issue Identification including Root Cause Analysis 5 Recommendations 7 Implementation Plan 8 Monitor and Control 10 References 11 Executive Summary Barilla SpA is the world’s largest pasta producer is initiating the Just-in-Time Distribution (JITD), which

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  • Global Supply Chain Management

    SPD4198 Global Supply Chain Management Lecture 7: Strategic Alliance and Outsourcing SPEED, HK Polytechnic University Lesson Seven Strategic Alliance and Outsourcing Barilla SpA Part A Strategic Partnership 2 Barilla Spa Part A Barilla SpA is the world’s largest pasta manufacturer The company sells to a wide range of Italian retailers, primarily through third party distributors During the late 1980s, Barilla suffered increasing operational inefficiencies and cost penalties that

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  • Barilla Case

    Barilla SpA(A) 1. What are the causes of fluctuation? (20 points) • Distributors Demand Forecasting - Distributors lack the forecasting systems to predict demand accurately. They rely mostly on average demand from previous periods to forecast demand. They do inventory review weekly and place order when inventory level drops below safety stock level. Safety stock level is calculated based on average demand, which fluctuates from time to time. • Leadtime - Manufacturing process

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  • Barilla Case Study

    Barilla SpA (A) Case Module 1 ------------------------------------------------- Table of Contents ------------------------------------------------- Executive Summary 3 Issue Identification and Root Case Analysis 4 Alternatives and Options 7 Recommendations and Implementation

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  • Report on Supply Chain and Operation Management

    Dehradun Internship Program III Report On Supply Chain & Operation Management In this report I had mentioned the brief about the Supply Chain & Operation Management production line of Different Caps & bottle, raw materials, machinery used and more. 2013 Mahaveer Prasad Mawaliya 09/12/2013 A Report A Study on the Supply Chain & Operation Management At Super Packaging Pvt. Ltd. A REPORT ON A STUDY ON THE SUPPLY CHAIN & OPERATION MANAGEMENT By

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  • Supply Chain - a Case Study

    Strategy Recommendations After evaluating the supply chain strategies available, it is our belief that a balanced vertical integration would be the best solution for ABC Co. In order for ABC Co. to better serve their customers and ensure that products reach their distribution centers and stores in a timely manner, it is important that ABC Co. has a sound strategy for each step of the manufacturing process; from the factory that produces these tools, to the distributing warehouses, to the sales offices

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  • Barilla Spa Case

    Case Report Barilla SpA ------------------------------------------------- Table of contents Table of Contents | | | Section | TITLE | PAGE | | | | | | | | | 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY | 3 | | | | | * | | * 2 CHALLENGES OF A LEAN SUPPLY CHAIN | 4 | | | 3 PRACTICAL STEPS FOR BARILLA SPA | 5 | | | 4 CONCLUSION | 6 | | | * 5 BIBLIOGRAPHY

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  • Barilla Spa Case Analysis

    Barilla spA case analysis Barilla SpA, an Italian pasta manufacturer, is experiencing amplified levels of inefficiencies and rising costs due to variability in demand from its distributors. The main problem addressed in this case is how to effectively implement JITD system suggested by Giorgio Magialli, the Director of Logistics by resolving the issue of gaining control over the fluctuating demand. Barilla has a very complex distribution network including independent third party distributors

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  • Barilla Spa Case Study

    Barilla SpA - Case Study Table of Contents I. Executive summary II. Issue Identification III. Environmental and Root Case Analysis IV. Alternatives and Options V. Recommendations VI. Implementation VII. Monitor and Control/ Conclusion I. Executive Summary My decision for this case is to implement the Just-In-Time Distribution (JITD) system. Barilla SpA, an Italian pasta manufacturer, is experiencing amplified levels of inefficiencies and rising costs due to variability

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  • Barilla Case Study

    CASE: Barilla SpA (A) I.Overview of the Case Barilla SpA (Barilla) is a renounced Italian manufacturer that sells several brands of pasta to retailers mainly through third-party distributors. The company was founded in 1875 by Pietro Barilla in Parma, Italy, on Via Vittorio Emanuele. The company passed through the hands of generations from Pietro to his son Ricardo, then to his sons, Pietro and Gianni. The sons “drove the Barillas deeply into debt”; in 1971 the company was sold to a U.S

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  • Report on Amazon.Com Supply Chain Management

    Report on Amazon.com Supply Chain Management 1 IT500-01: Critical Concepts and Competencies for the IT Professional Instructor: Dawn Giannoni Unit 3 Report May 21 2013 By John Rohrig Report on Amazon.com Supply Chain Management 2 What began in 1995 as a website to buy books has blossomed into the largest online retailer in the world. Not only can one purchase a book in a traditional paper format, they can also get them in electronic form and read them on any type

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  • Barilla Spa Case Analysis

    Barilla S.p.A. Cases A and B 1. Diagnose the underlying causes of the difficulties that the JITD program was created to solve. What are the benefits and drawbacks of this program? The JITD program was created to view distributors’ shipment data and sends only the required amount to stores. Barilla would be able to ship products on a need basis instead of piling up huge stocks in their facilities and that of their customers. The complex nature of manufacturing sequences of pasta made it extremely

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  • Ford Case Study - Supply Chain

    • offered competitive prices, high levels of support • properly identify market segments, • analyze the requirements and profitability of each segment, and develop more accurate demand forecasts. • cut on the standard supply chain cycle and deliver goods directly from the manufacturer to the customer. • turn its inventory over 60 times a year • introduced new products without having to clear out old inventory in the channel • minimize the rapid depreciation costs that mark the PC industry

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  • Barilla - Supply Chain Inventory Management

    Barilla - Supply Chain Inventory Management Barilla TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3 ISSUES IDENTIFICATION 3 ENVIRONMENTAL AND ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS 3 ALTERNATIVES AND/OR OPTIONS 3 RECOMMENDATION AND IMPLEMENTATION: 3-4 Executive Summary: In an attempt to control inventory swings, reduce costs, and improve sales we have introduced the JITD initiative. This initiative has been a failure from the beginning

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  • Supply Chain Managment Case

    the SAP, which can reduce the slow manual process of transmitting order. BENEFITS: 1. Making more sales and improve ROA. 2. The ability to quickly fill customer orders and bring satisfaction, so HCST can get more market share and loyal customers in case of Chinese company enter the mill products markets. 3. Making use of inventories and cutting the number of inventories, which can save money and space. 4. Solving the ‘information black hole’ to offer better products. 5. Utilizing the SAP to get better

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  • Barilla Case

    Barilla spA: Case Report Prepared by Claudio Parra Supply Chain Management Seneca(Markham) Monday’s Submitted: Wednesday, October 15, 2014 Submitted to: Perry Davidson Table of Contents Table of Contents……………………………………………………………………2 Introduction……………………………………………………………………………3 Environment and Root Cause Analysis…………………………………4-5 Issue Identifier…………………………………………………………………………6 Recommendation……………………………………………………………………7 Implementation………………………………………………………………………8 Monitor Chart…………………………………………………………………………9

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  • Barilla Case Study

    CASE STUDY – 1 BARILLA SPA IMPLEMENTATION OF JITD Submitted as a requirement for completion of Module 5 – Supply Chain Inventory Management of the SCMP Program. By: Iqbal Gill (Registration Number – 201501160004) Date: 14 February 2015 Table of contents Executive Summary 3 Statement Of Issues 4 Impact of Issues 5 JITD Implementation 6 Barriers 7 Recommendations 11 Conclusion 14 Executive Summary: The Italian Pasta Manufacturer, Barilla SpA, is experiencing

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  • Tuips Case, Supply Chain

    TUIPS BV case Question 1. Added as attachment on page 5 of the document Question 2. Project Layout, because Tuips produces machines on request of the customers. They assembly the machine on one central point in the factory. All the parts for assembly are arranged before the final assembly of the product. That is why we thought it is a project layout. Question 3. The CODP that Tuips is using is make-to-order and assemble-to-order. They produce different basic products out of raw

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  • Barilla Case

    Summary Barilla and its distributors have decided to implement the Just-in-Time Distribution (JITD) approach. This will require a vendor relationship between Barilla and its distributors and investment in sharing information from its customers and the inventory on hand in the distributors’ warehouse. Because of Barilla’s poor performance caused by shortages it is imperative that JITD is implemented in a proper manner that emphasizes the short term and long term gains that Barilla and its supply chain

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  • Problem Case - Supply Chain

    PROBLEM 1: Old City Photographics a) To determine if the process is supply or demand constrained, we need to compute the implied utilization of each operation. Implied utilization is: (100% x 13 jobs/hr x 2min/job) / (60min/hr) = 0.43 for “Process Film” ((37%+19%) x 13 jobs/hr x 5min/job) / (60min/hr) = 0.61 for “Scan Film” ((44%+37%) x 13 jobs/hr x 4min/job) / (60min/hr) = 0.70 for “Take 6x4 Prints” (19% x 13 jobs/hr x 10min/job) / (60min/hr) = 0.41 for “Make Contact Print”

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  • Barilla Spa Case Analysis

    Executive Summary In this case study response I will be providing analysis and recommendation on how to increase the chances the Barilla’s management idea of JITD would be acceptable and provide the reasons why it should be considered worthwhile.   Issue Identification Barilla is a large vertical integrated corporation that makes pasta and bread products with flourmills, pasta plants, and bakery-product factories locate throughout Italy. It has used traditional distribution system, which

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  • Supply Chain Mgmt

    Designing and Managing the Supply Chain David Simchi-Levi Philip Kaminsky Edith Simchi-Levi Solutions for Discussion Questions1 Kerem B¨lb¨l u u 1 We would like to thank Shiming Deng for his valuable contributions to the preparation of this manual. Chapter 1 Introduction to Supply Chain Management Discussion Questions Question 1 Pick any car model manufactured by a domestic auto maker. For example, consider the 2002 Ford Thunderbird. a. The supply chain for a car typically

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  • Sainsbury's Supply Chain Transformation Case Study Examination

    decided to commence a project called "7-in-3" supply chain management project in late 2000. Company's Supply Chain Director, Martin White, summarized the 4 key principles of "7-in-3" supply chain strategy. Rises of automated fulfillment factories and primary consolidation centre. Due to Sainsbury's competitor - ASDA is moving forward aggressively, Sainsbury's top management noticed that ASDA has an information system that provided a more efficient supply chain. This system pleased customers, improving

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  • The Barilla Case Study

    SUPPLY CHAIN INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SUBMITTED BY A CASE STUDY OF BARILLA SpA. Table of Contents 1. Executive summary 2. Body of the repot 3. conclusion Executive Summary Barilla SpA is the case study that I will be examining in this paper presentation. I will be looking critically into some of the issues why the Just-in-time-distribution (JITD) program that was proposed by Brando Vitali who had served as Barilla’s directors of logistics before Maggiali had met a strong resistance

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  • Barills Spa (a) Report on Supply Chain Management Issues

    Barilla Spa (A) Report on Supply Chain Management Issues Table of Contents Executive Summary Issue Identification Root Case Analysis Alternatives and Options Recommendations Implementation Monitor and Control Exhibits Executive Summary Giorgio Maggiali, director of logistics of Barilla SpA stated the the growing burden that demand fluctuations imposed on the company's manufacturing and distribution system. The solution was proposed as Just In Time Distribution Program. Due

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  • Agile Supply Chain Zara Case Study

    Agile Supply Chain: Zara's case study analysis Galin Zhelyazkov Design, Manufacture & Engineering Management; Strathclyde University Glasgow email: galin.zhelyazkov@strath.ac.uk Abstract Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to assess and document the key aspects in Zara's success by identifing current gaps, and to provide direction for future research efforts. Design/methodology/approach – Zara's case studies and literature published from 2001 to 2010 was reviewed. Findings – The review

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  • Barilla Case Study

    For years Barilla was successful in selling their brand of fine pastas but when a shift in demand for products resulted in items being sold out, Barilla tried to operate like a responsive supply chain which did not work for this functional product. Based on Fisher’s 2x2 model Barilla’s supply chain should be run as a functional product with an efficient supply chain. Barilla should run a more efficient supply chain which can be achieved through the use of the Just-In-Time-Distribution (JITD) program;

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  • Barilla Spa Case Analysis

    Barilla SpA (A) Case Analysis Teona Omiadze, Nino Tskhvariashvili, Mari Zaridze School of Economics, Business and Administration of the University of Georgia Instructor: Natia Zedgenidze Tbilisi 2011 Table of Contents Executive Summary……………………………………………………………….3 Introduction………………………………………………………………………..4 Problem Description……………………………………………………………….5 External and Internal Resistances to JITD program……………………………….9 Solution…………………………………………………………………………....11 Recommendations to the

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  • Barilla Spa Case Report

    Barilla SpA (A) Case Report SCMP Module 5 By Jamie Brymer Robert Greene February 12th, 2016 Table of Contents Executive Summary 3-4 Issue Identification 5-7 Environmental and Root Cause Analysis 8-9 Alternatives or Options 10-12 Recommendations and Implementation 13 Monitor and Control 14 Exhibits Attached Executive Summary Barilla SpA, is an Italian pasta manufacturer and distributor and even

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  • Whirpool Supply Chain Case Study

    the supply chain was a result of not only an old system in place, but also because of inefficient or poor management of the supply chain. In this regard, the solution was not only directed at improving the individual links such as the existing suppliers, logistic partners, etc. but rather it also involves completely changing the process of how supply chain is managed. In which case, it thus means modifying the entire procedures and system as well as the way the company managed the supply chain. Likewise

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  • Barilla Case Study

    | Barilla SpA – Case Report | Implementation of the Just in Time Delivery System | Supply Chain Management | | | | Contents Part 1 – Executive Summary 3 Part 2 – Immediate Issue 3 Part 3 – Systemic Issues 4 Part 4 - Qualitative Analysis 4 Part 5 - Quantitative Analysis 5 Part 6- Alternatives and Options 5 Part 7 - Recommendations and Implementation 6 Part 8 - Monitor and Control 7 Part 9 – Conclusion and Management Plan 7 Part 10 – Exhibits 8 Part 1 – Executive

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  • Ford Motor Company Supply Chain Strategy Case Report

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY As director of Supply Chain Systems, I have decided to implement portions of the new supply chain strategy of Virtual Integration and strategies from companies like Dell. Although there are several key differences between the companies, Dell’s virtual integration strategy can be applied to Ford’s supply chain operation. A modification of the virtual integration system currently used by Dell could be applied to Ford’s dependent supplier base, distribution system, dealerships

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  • Zara Supply Chain Strategy Case

    Case 1: Zara, H&M, Benetton Supply Chain Strategies | Executive Summary The performance of many organizations is highly dependent on utilizing the correct supply chain model. This report focuses on the analysis of the supply chains of three clothing companies: Zara, Hennes & Mauritz (H&M), and Benetton. The analysis was focused on three aspects. First, the supply chain models of the three retailers were compared and contrasted and there was an evaluation whether each of the retailers

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  • Operations and Supply Chain Case Studies

    Operations and Supply Chain Case Studies In today’s environment of global shopping where the demand for products is as wide as the number of firms offering them, orders can be placed in advance or at a moment’s notice from across the globe. The question of the manufacturer or reseller is how to best manage production across the supply chain. This paper will have two parts to it; part one will review the case study of the Realco Breadmaster. It will provide analysis on the current supply chain management

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  • Barilla Case

    THE BARILLA Spa CASE [pic][pic] QUESTION 1: Observe Exhibit 12. What are the underlying causes and drivers that make order patterns to look this way? Provide a discussion on these causes/drives to show how they are causing the resulting demand pattern. Examples of items to consider include transportation discounts, promotional activity, product proliferation. The BARILLA case is an illustrative example where we can understand the effects of a phenomenon which

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  • Barilla Jitd Case Study

    1. Diagnose the underlying causes of the difficulties that the JITD program was created to solve. What are the benefits and drawbacks of this program? In your answers, consider the Barilla and distributors points of view (400-500 words). Late in the 80’s of the 20th century, Barilla SpA, faced increased difficulties caused by the variability of its distributors demand, these difficulties translated into augmented inefficiencies and rising costs of production and distribution of finished products

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  • Barilla Case Study

    Barilla SpA Case Study Operations Management Prabir K. Bagchi, Ph.D. April 11th, 2012 [pic] Jason Grossman_____________________________________ Odelya Hayon_______________________________________ Evan Kline__________________________________________ Stephen Nason_______________________________________ Victoria Portale______________________________________ Current Problems Barilla SpA is the world leader in producing and selling a multitude of different pastas and baked goods, however

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