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DABUR NEPAL ST PPT

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DABUR NEPAL ST PPT

  1. 1. Dr. S. K. Burman -Founder 1884-Calcutta Fourth largest FMCG – India Revenues of US$910 Million Market Capitalization of US$4 Billion (Rs 20,000 Crore) Building on a legacy of quality and experience of over 125 years, Dabur operates in key consumer products categories like Hair Care, Oral Care, Health Care, Skin Care, Home Care & Foods. RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 1 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  2. 2. DABUR NEPAL PVT LTD “Inventory and Logistics” DNPL,RAMPUR TOKANI,BARA,NEPAL RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 2 BY: RASHMI VERMA TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  3. 3. BASIC INFORMATIONESTABLISHED 1992CEO Mr. Udyan GangulyNO. OF EMPLOYEES 811BUSINESS NATURE Manufacturing and exporting Dabur productsPRODUCTS Health care: Dabur Chyawanprash, Dabur Honey, Dabur Hajmola, Dabur Glucose. Personal Care: Gulabari, Dabur Amla Hair Oil, Vatika Hair Oil, Vatika Shampoo, Dabur lal Dant Manjan, Dabur Red Toothpaste Foods: Real Juices, Real Active Juices, Hommade Cooking PasteANNUAL TURNOVER 52142.18 lacsTOTAL ASSETS 23784.33 lacsWEBSITE RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE http://www.dabur.com/nepal1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 3 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  4. 4. VISION “Dedicated to health and well-being of every household” MISSION “To become the leader in the natural foods & beverage industry” RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 4 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  5. 5. 19 YEARS OF CELEBRATION Gets certificate of Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Increased Point 2011 Setup factory. Won best turnover 2009 Started with the exporter by 19% 2006 prod. Of oil,dant award manjan & other 2004 herbal products 2002 First FMCG SAP industry to 1998 launches its 1994 first-ever 1992 online Best shopping manufacturing portalEstd.in Bought 300 & marketing 1989 acres plot in company Banepa for Nursery RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 5 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  6. 6. Organizational Structure CEO HEAD OF HEAD OF SALES & OPERATION MARKETING SALES FINANCE DGM- MANAGER CONTROLLER CPPD & CSCC MARKETING NURSEY MANAGER OPERATION HEAD MANAGER HR CPPD= Corporate Procurement and INSTITUTE Department RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN Planning1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 6 CSCC= Central Supply Chain Cell NOIDA TECHNOLOGY,GREATER
  7. 7. LOGISTIC INVENTORY AND S STORE FLOWRECIEV PROCUR REPLAC E ISSUE EMENT EMENT KEEPIN DISTRIBUTIO G N RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 7 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  8. 8. What is INVENTORY? Layman Language Stock of Goods In Manufacturing Concern, it includes: Raw Packing Work in Finished Maintenance RepairsMaterial Material Progress Goods Operating (RM) (PM) (WIP) (FG) (MRO) RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE 1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 8 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  9. 9. What is INVENTORY MANAGEMENT? It is a purpose to ensure availability of materials in sufficient quantity as and when required and also to minimize investment in inventories. RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE 1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 9 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  10. 10. Inventory Planning and Control Planning on what Forecasting Controlling inventory to stock inventory inventory and how to acquire demand levels it Feedback measurements to revise plans and forecast RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 10 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  11. 11. STORAGE OF INVENTORY FACTORS POLICIES The term storage refers to the physical act of LIFO TYPE storing the materials in a Storehouse on: •Pallets UTILITY FIFO •Shelves •Racks TEMPRATURE •Boxes SEFO •Almirah etc. STORE LAYOUT RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 11 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  12. 12. REASONS TO HOLD INVENTORY To meet unexpected demand To smooth seasonal or cyclic demand To meet variation in customer demand To make strategic purchase To hedge against price increases To guard against unexpected events- like strikes, shortage, bad weather, etc RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 12 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  13. 13. What is LOGISTICS? “Logistics means having the right thing, at the right place, at the right time.” “ The procurement, maintenance, distribution, and replacement of personnel and material.” RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 13 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  14. 14. Objectives of Logistics System Right Product Right Right Condition Quantities Right Cost / Right Places Price1/3/2012 Right Time RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & 14 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  15. 15. FUNCTIONSProducts areordered, billed/invoiced, handled, packaged, packed, wrapped, bundled, sorted, crated, andbraced.Products are assembled and stored, warehoused, loaded, unloaded, shelved, displayed andcross docked.Products are shipped by air, railways, waterways, pipelines, and containers.Products are exported, imported, documented marked and consolidated.Products are traced, tracked, recycled and disposed. RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 15 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  16. 16. INVENTORY position in LOGISTICS RM+PM+PC+FG Finished Raw material goods Purchase of Work in Finished Raw material progress goods in field RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE 1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 16 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  17. 17. OBJECTIVE OF THE Summer internship in dabur Nepal RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 17 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  18. 18. OVERALL OPERATION
  19. 19. Flowchart Rolling Production Plan Accepted Material Quality Requirement Inspection Plan Rejected Purchase Goods Requisition Received Purchase order RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & Contd… 19 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  20. 20. Goods Accepted Finished Goods Stock Valuation Quality Inspection Production Plan & Production Process Plan Picklist Issue of Dispatch Generation Material RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 20 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  21. 21. RPP-Rolling Production Plan• The Rolling Production Plan/Schedule gives production, planning, purchasing, and top management the information needed to plan and control the manufacturing operation.• It sets the quantity of each end item to be completed in each week of a short-range planning horizon.• It is a plan for future production of end items. RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 21 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  22. 22. MRP-Material Requirement PlanningMaterial requirements planning is a production planning and inventorycontrol system used to manage manufacturing processes.An MRP system is intended to simultaneously meet three objectives:Ensure materials are available for production and products are availablefor delivery to customers.Maintain the lowest possible level of inventory.Plan manufacturing activities, delivery schedules and purchasingactivities. RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 22 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  23. 23. MRP is a tool to deal with these problems What items are required? How many In what are proportion? required? When are they required?BOM(Bill Of Materials): It is a list of the raw materials, sub-assemblies,intermediate assemblies, sub-components, components, parts and the quantitiesof each needed to manufacture an end product.INSTITUTE RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 23 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  24. 24. Purchase Requisition Purchase Requisition or Purchase Request is a precise document generated by an internal organization to notify the purchasing department of items it needs to order, their quantity, and the time frame. It may also contain the authorization to proceed with the purchase. It is also called Purchase Order Request. RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 24 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  25. 25. Purchase Order A purchase order (PO) is a commercial document issued by a buyer to a seller,indicating types, quantities, and agreed prices for products or services the seller will provide to the buyer. Sending a purchase order to a supplier constitutes a legal offer to buy products or services. RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 25 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  26. 26. Dispatch of goods( Vendor end)• Goods detail confirmation.• Payment mode confirmation.• Date ,Time and Transport mode confirmation.• Delivery point confirmation.• Fulfillment of Legal obligation as per terms. RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 26 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  27. 27. In case of import Custom Transit Declaration Pragyapan Patra Invoice Packing List Certificate of Origin Performa Invoice Letter of credit Bill of Lading Insurance policy certificate Quality Certificate G.R. Copy(transporter/ vehicle detail) RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 27 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  28. 28. Materials reached at factory gate• Driver/Transporter submits the custom papers and relevant document at the factory gate.• Documents are verified and informed to store department. - Gate entry no. assigned - Stamping - Date, time ,vehicle no. - MAN (material arrival note) - Supervisor sign.• Document send to VAT department for entry. RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 28 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  29. 29. Unloading of materials at store• Weight slip - RM-weighing process - PM- counting process• Movement of truck to unloading point• Quality clearance (any damage- insurance claim)• Unloading done with the help of manpower and forklift.• SOP (Standard Operation Procedure) - for standard unloading, stacking and storage RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 29 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  30. 30. GRN- Material inventoried • Date( all relevant) Goods • PAN no./PP no. • Vendor detail Received • Transport detail • Quantity detail Note • Match the invoice description • POST the detail (MIGO) • Document no. is generated RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 30 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  31. 31. Quality Control/Inspection Quality Control is a system of routine technical activities , to measure and control the quality of the inventory as it is being developed. It is designed to: Provide routine and consistent checks to ensure data integrity, correctness, and completeness. Identify and address errors and omissions. Document and archive inventory material and record all Quality Control activities. RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 31 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  32. 32. Storage Of InventoryAfter Quality Inspection, Inventorymoves from restricted area tounrestricted area i.e.-ready to usefor production process. Segregation of storage on the basis of : • Storehouse type: Functional or Physical • Material type: RM/PM, chemical/non- chemical • Nature of material: Perishable/non- perishable , eatable/non-eatable • Temperature required for storage: Normal/Low RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 32 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  33. 33. Issue of RM/PM to Production floor• Generation of picklist/MIN (material issue note) by production department.• MIN: An indent to store department by production department to issue material required for production.• Store releases the material as per requirement (qty debited).• Exception : MRN(material return note) & Excess Material Issue. RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 33 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  34. 34. Preparation and Transfer of FG RM /INPUT (as per BOM) PLANT PRODUCTION PROCESS BULK/OUTPUT PM FG RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 34 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  35. 35. Preparation and Transfer of FG RM /INPUT (as per BOM) PLANT PRODUCTION PROCESS BULK/OUTPUT PM FG RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 35 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  36. 36. Dispatch of Materials Dispatch Local Export RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 36 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  37. 37. PROCESS Goods Dispatch Order Proposed Released From Received Dispatch Plan QA Invoicing And Truck Planning Loading Of Other Paper And Placement Goods Work Custom Goods Clearance Goods In Reaches Final Transit (Both Country) Destination RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 37 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  38. 38. DOCUMENTS REQUIRED Gate pass Loading pass Material loading pass Performa invoice Letter of credit Quality certificate Certificate of origin Packaging list Road permit Insurance policy Bill of entry Other relevant5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE RASHMI VERMA IBR custom papers1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 38 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  39. 39. Raw material (input) Logistics Services Storehouse Logistics Information & Infrastructure System Production Inventory management FG Warehouse Inventory management Dispatch & Logistics Services Customer RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE Return391/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
  40. 40. EXPERIENCE & LEARNINGI learned:• Overall process/ the whole operation from scratch to end.• Process of material procurement• Storage of material• Issue of materials for production• Process of dispatch of finished goods• Overall documentation process( Export and Import) RASHMI VERMA IBR 5006,ISHAN INSTITUTE1/3/2012 OF MANAGEMENT & 40 TECHNOLOGY,GREATER NOIDA
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