Duration: 1 Day (09h00 – 16h00)
Cost: R 3,500 per delegate
The introduction to supply chain management (SCM) starts with determining the reason for the existence of a business. It focusses on the role of customer requirements in the complete supply chain. Demand exists because of customers and requirements are set which may be explicit or implicit. The compilation of demand failure-mode and effect analysis will highlight the importance of a full analysis of the complete SIPOC process. It is important to implement measurable indicators to determine supplier performance against customer expectations.
Supplier development and performance is of utmost importance. Selection of suppliers and their location plays an important role and sometime these criteria are non-negotiable.
Supply Chain Management requires visual management techniques and every part for a component should have a route to get to the assembly point in time. Push and pull systems will be analysed. Customer requirements as an input forms the basis of the supply chain. Planning is required to ensure that the arrival of components from different sources are synchronised with the manufacturing and assembly points.
Tools such as Value Stream Mapping and Lean principles could be applied to SCM with great results. These concepts are incorporated in the module. There is also reference to ISO 9001:2015 requirements that need to be met. Changes and risk management in the supply chain will be covered briefly.
Mr Gawie Roodt
Director of Africa Industrial Engineering Services (Pty) Ltd
Dr Hannelie Nel
Director of Tennelli Industries (Pty) Ltd
Consulting Engineers (SA),
Kildrummy Office Park,
c/o Witkoppen and Umhlanga Rd.
Please contact Dr Hannelie Nel for further information and arrangements
for the training.
Phone: 082 924 6059