Supply Chain Management Training

Supply Chain Management Training Overview

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Supply chain management is the management of the flow of goods and services and includes all processes that transform raw materials into final products. It involves the active streamlining of a business’s supply-side activities to maximize customer value and gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace.

Supply Chain Management Training Objective

  • Service Orientation
  • System orientation
  • Improving Quality
  • Reduction of warehouse cost
  • Reduction of transportation cost
  • Competitiveness and efficiency
  • Minimizing work in progress
  • Minimizing the time
  • Improving Visibility demand
  • Improving pipeline visibility

Supply Chain Management Training Audience

  • The Supply Chain Management Professionals, regardless of which sector or industry.
  • how to apply the methods of Supply Chain Management in their respective project environments.

Supply Chain Management Training Prerequisites

Have a general idea of what supply chain management means and what place and the importance it holds in an organization.

Supply Chain Management Training Outline

  • Sharing objectives
  • Noting down the participants expectations
  • Origin of Supply chain management and logistics
  • Understanding the basic concepts associated with Supply chaing management
  • Procurement and providing of raw materials on time at the manufacturing location
  • Transporation and storage of raw materials, warehousing, virtual warehouse, storage near the place of requirement
  • Just in time supply to production, window timing
  • Understanding in Plant warehousing, who can assist, how?
  • Work in process and Finished goods movement and storage within the plant
  • Movement out of plant, transportation planning, where to move, how to move, mode of transportation, costs involved
  • Safe movement to location of purchase / location of consumption, creating ease of availability
  • Supply chain managment involved at every stage
  • Participants will be made to understand the systems involved in movement, storage, receipt, issue of materials
  • Managing warehousing and stores operations
  • What would happen is the stock accounting is faulty
  • Tools for maintaining accuracy of stocks, Rota Count, Cycle count, stock taking at regular intervals, System stocks Vs Physical stock
  • Acting of discrepancies if any
  • How do we issue materials, FIFO, LIFO, FEFO
  • How do account the materials issue, how to account the returns of materials
  • How to reduce obsolosence and write offs
  • Decision making skills involved
  • Understanding transportation and modes in a better way
  • Handling and accounting of reverse logistics – Materials returned, defectives, replacements
  • Storage, layout, handling methods, handling equipments, maintenance
  • Area and size of operations
  • Manpower planning, own staff, outsourcing, mix
  • Statutory requirements
  • Security
  • Fire safety
  • Safety, Health and Environment
  • Conflicts and handling
  • Behavioural aspects involved in industry


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