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" How to manage and monitor inventory levels to achieve business objectives"
09.30 Friday November 10th 2006 @ Kirkmichael Suite
National Motorcycle Museum Solihull Birmingham
This seminar will address the following challenges:
* How to achieve real-time visibility of products by utilising mobile data capture technology
* How to accurately forecast fluctuating demands and
* How to minimise inventories while simultaneously providing adequate stock availability for customer service and minimal production downtime
09:30 - 10.00 Coffee and Registration
10.00 - 10.45 The use of Mobile Technology in Warehousing and Inventory Management
James Hannay | Managing Director, PEAK Technologies
10.45 - 11.30 Case Study - Integrating a Mobile Data Capture Solution
Stephen Kerr | CI Manager Barrow Operations, BAE Systems Marine
11.30 - 11.40 Coffee Break
11.40 -12.20 Better Inventory Management through Forecasting and Planning
Adrian Weiler | Managing Director, INFORM GmbH
12.20 - 13.00 Case Study - Lowering Inventory while Maintaining Service Levels
Reinhardt Walter | Leader Planning Dept, Spare Parts, Robert Bosch GmbH
13.00 - 14.00 Buffet Lunch and networking
14.00 Optional museum visit
a) Visibility of products throughout the supply chain improves quality management and customer satisfaction. Real-time visibility by utilising mobile data capture enables organisations to track and trace where any product is in the supply chain. Organisations who have a real picture of their business in real time can:
Know what is in stock Know where their stock is
Maximise staff effectiveness Improve quality management
Reduce administration costs Minimise customer returns
Reduce production and warehouse downtime Retain their customers
b) Despite perfect demand visibility along the supply chain, procurement of many line items still benefits from smart lot sizing and timing decisions. The seminar will address the following challenges in materials and supply chain management:
* How to more accurately forecast fluctuating demands
* How to minimise inventories while simultaneously providing adequate stock availability for excellent customer services and minimal production downtime
c) First hand experience of how BAE Systems Marine achieved their business objectives by integrating a mobile data capture solution with their ERP system, SAP.
d) How Robert Bosch manage their international inventory across multiple warehouses to provide excellent service while reducing stock levels.
Who should attend:
Directors and Managers in the following sectors:
Manufacturing, automotive, chemical, distribution, pharmaceutical, food, wholesalers, service industry, third party logistics, aftermarket suppliers, etc. Inventory management is not only beneficial for companies selling products or servicing their customers, but also those such as plants, utilities, power stations where there is a large range of spares for internal use.
If you would like to attend and for booking fee information please contact CILT Membership Services. (Tel: 01536 740104 E: firstname.lastname@example.org ) and quote booking code SCIM003 to secure your place and obtain directions.