Having a share vision enables the workers in all the locations to collaborate in delivering value.
The process of receiving spare parts, storage, general inventory control, shipping scheduling should be managed with an aim of cutting any time delays. Immediately an order is registered, a process of simulation from the production plant should be initiated. 1.4 Operations.
The assembling, packaging, equipment maintenance, product-testing as well as other activities must be streamlined with an aim of creating efficiency in delivering the final desired product. In fact all necessary output measures should be aimed at enabling work flow as well as delivery performance to include dependable stock safety levels to avoid delays and under stocking. This is where a forecast comes in to ensure the scheduling of end items.
In reference to the activities needed to deliver goods to the market, the different locations need to share information as well as to operate in guidance by same policies so as to translate their cooperation into a synergetic relationship. Other areas of key concern are order fulfillment, the logistics involved in shipping as well as Material Requirements Planning or Distribution Requirements Planning system. By using a centralized in-formation model any demand changes will be detected well in advance and preemptive measures taken in advance.
1.5 .Marketing and Sales
There needs to be much resource committed to wooing buyers to purchase the cutting technology product. On top of that, how the distributors and dealers are selected goes along way to determine whether sales targets will be achieved or not. The selection of the advertising mode is of significance as it will affect the funds to be set aside for advertising, and promotional activities as well as retail management. The Order placement is another area which will require careful timing as it can be a source of wastage in terms of delays or damage.
The procurement of raw materials from the different countries , requires careful value chain management in order to achieve efficiency so is the assembling and servicing, which after shipping of the spare parts happens in another location. Therefore, replenishment decisions need to be made independently in every location serving as a supply point. Order instructions are transmitted immediately and goods are immediately shipped from the respective sources to the destination. Therefore, the reorder point system takes depending on instructions from the Headquarters. Since lack of lack of inventory at the different geographical locations, could amount to processing delays or transit time delays. Any backorders meant for delivery in the many destinations, should be filled using the " first-come first-serve" basis.
1.7 Technology Development
The technology development meant to