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Every organization in this present competitive world is striving to achieve higher market share with the customer satisfaction through improved internal and external trading entities. Hence the concept of Logistics gains a considerable importance in the present business environment. In this paper, a brief analysis on the process of Supply Chain Management and Logistics adopted by one of the top ten manufacturing companies in India namely Kirloskar Electric company Ltd, Bangalore is studied , and the impact of that process in managing working capital , Inventory and production cycle is analyzed. The required data has been collected from the industry records and company personnel. Efforts have been made to analyze the correlation between transportation and inventory management. 1.1SCOPE OF THE RESEARCH: Here I have selected Logistics management as my topic, as it covers the entire core operations of the company and with the cooperation of department heads I am conducting this research with the help of appropriate tools and literatures. Here I am analyzing the operations of Procurement of raw materials, Plant Layout, transportation, Warehouse, Inventory management, working capital, and production cycle and distribution channel. Here an analysis of various strategies of the company is carried and interpretation of the data is done with the help of analytical tools. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM: This study is undertaken to analyze the procedures followed by Kirloskar Electric Company Ltd in the selection of vendors, steps followed at the time of selection of the inventory management techniques, production methods and distribution network. Along with this, the study will be explored with the effectiveness of logistics on working capital, inventory management production cycle and sales. And the other aspect that will be taken into the study is the role of Intermediaries in the channel of distribution. Location of the Study: Kirloskar Electric Company Ltd, Bangalore.
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✔ The study is conducted only for the Govenahalli (Bangalore) branch. So, the company cannot take major decisions based on my feedbacks. ✔ Interaction of the study was limited because of their busy work schedule. ✔ The results of the study are based on the present conditions. ✔ Limited time period for the study.
✔ Most of the numerical data are approximate value.
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Logistics The term Logistics originally comes from the Greek word ‘logistikos’. In Latin it is ‘logisticus’ meaning calculation and reasoning in the mathematical sense. Logistic start before physical distribution and means strategically procuring right input ( raw material, component and capital equipment) converting them efficiently in to finished product, and dispatching them to final destinations. Logistic includes planning the infrastructure to meet demand, then implementing and controlling the physical flows of material and final goods from point of origin to point of use, to meet customer requirements at a profit. Steps in logistic: Deciding on the companies value position to its customers. ( what on – time delivery standard should we offer?) Deciding on the best channel design and network strategy to reaching the customers. Developing operational excellence in sales forecasting, warehouse management, transportation management and materials management. Implementing the solution with the best information system, equipment, policies and procedures.
Logistics is “The process of planning, implementing and controlling the efficient, cost effective flow and storage of raw materials, in-process inventory, finished goods and related information from point of origin to point of consumption for the purpose of meeting customer requirements” • The material flows from supplier to the manufacturer are referred as Inbound Logistics
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The material flows from manufacturer to customer are referred as outbound Logistics.
Logistics objective: “Getting the right goods to the right place at the right time for the least cost” Logistic decisions: The firm must make 4 major decisions about its logistics: 1. How should we handle orders? ( order processing ) 2. Where should we locate our stock? ( warehousing) 3. How much stock should we hold? ( inventory ) 4. How should we ship goods? ( transportation )
Introduction to the sector: Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE) Sector Overview: Electricity is a vital input for economic and social development of our society. The Government’s Mission is to provide quality and reliable power to all by 2012. The Installed Generating Capacity in the country which was only 1,358 MW at the time of Independence has reached a level of 1,27,673 MW, comprising 83,982 MW thermal, 33,600 MW hydro, 3,900 MW nuclear and 6191 MW from wind and other renewable energy sources. There has been corresponding growth in transmission and distribution network too. The target set for capacity addition during the 10th Plan was 41,110 MW. However it is expected that about 30,641 MW would come up in the 10th Plan out of which about 17,743 MW has already been commissioned till date. As per the tentative 11th Plan capacity addition programmed about 66,463 MW capacity addition is required during 11th Plan and about 86,500 MW during 12th Plan.
Electricity in India:
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the Indian Electric Company Ltd. Electricity in the form of lighting arrived 35 years later with the former princely state of Bikaner introducing electricity in the subcontinent. it was equipped with a modern power generator. The Government of India invited Crompton to help in the preparation of an Electric Lighting Act in 1896. electricity was introduced in India in the form of galvanic electricity (both electro chemical and electro magnetic) through telegraphy. which was later extended to the adjacent Gymkhana Chambers ten years later. In 1886 Jamsetji Tata installed a dynamo driven power plant in his residence. When the Taj Mahal Hotel was built in 1903. the Madras Electric Supply Corporation of India Ltd. promoted a new Company . Tata Sons Ltd. Subsequently. To meet the increased load demand. commissioned by the Maharaja of Mysore in 1899. installed a power plant and subsequently set up power plants in different cities including Karachi. Was registered in London in January 1897. was incorporated in 1919 and set up a 88 MW generating station at Bihar in Page | 5 . in 1916 and commissioned a 72 MW power plant at Shivpuri in 1922. which changed its name to become the Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation (CESC). The first major hydroelectric project (4. Allahabad. Kanpur. Rangoon and Tibet. was registered on November 7. The country’s largest hydropower station was commissioned in 1911 with a 32 MW capacity which transmitted power to Bombay on a 110 kV transmission line. It commenced power supplies to the Kolar Gold Mines in 1902.Andhra Valley Power Supply Co. A third company – Tata Power Co. A CESC power station started its operation on April 17. The capacity was increased to 42 MW in stages by 1927. which were introduced in India after a time lag. Ltd. Nagpur. The Tata Hydroelectric Power Supply Co. In 1903.5 MW) in India was on the Cauvery river at Sivasamudram. 1899. 1910 and the license obtained by the syndicate for power generation was transferred to the Company. The first experimental line was set up in Kolkata in 1839 at the Botanical Gardens along the river Hooghly.Unlike other technological developments in the West.
ordnance factories. so if ur home is 100km away from the power station. Electricity flows in two ways.. One more difference is that DC if relayed at perticular voltage say 500 V then it has to be utilised at that level. During this decade major railway workshops. jute and textile mills were equipped with diesel or steam driven generators and electric drives. The word electricity comes from the fact that current is nothing more than moving electrons Page | 6 . but AC does not degrade. flour.1927. much of the electricity will be lost by the time it reaches ur house. oil. dockyards. collieries. so we have 2 pins at our homes one is live point from where they electrons will flow to the neutral point when we switch it on. Another difference is DC will degrade over some distance. but our household appliances require 220 V so the AC is normally converted down to 220 V by the transformars posted on the poles to 220 V and then relayed to our holmes. The following product / equipment categories comprise heavy electrical equipment: ➢ Power and Distribution Transformers ➢ Switchgears ➢ Electric Motors ➢ Generators ➢ Alternators ➢ Turbines ➢ Capacitors ➢ Energy Meters ➢ HT Circuit Breakers The difference between AC & DC machine The difference between AC and DC is that AC is an alternating current (the amount of electrons) that flows in both directions and DC is direct current that flows in only one direction. AC requires a neutra point which has to be attached to a live wire fro the circuit to complete. defence installations.. either in alternating current or AC and in direct current or DC.
sometimes going "forwards" and then going "backwards. Greaves Cotton. the Calcutta and Madras power plants. John Fleming etc.." or "direct current" which means that a steady voltage is available to drive your radio or whatever. came to India in 1911 as a distributing company. KEClick Nixon." The power that comes from our wall outlets is AC.c. Therefore. Everone knows that a battery cell gives "d. the biggest group of spinning mills. efficient kind. particularly in the textile mills..C. Indian Cable Page | 7 . no overseas company set up a manufacturing facility in India. Anticipating the growing demand for electricity.. Crompton established its offices in the two cities in 1899 and 1904 respectively.c. Jessop & Co. the more common. the difference between AC and DC has to do with the direction in which the electrons flow. Siemens in 1922 and AEI (India) Ltd.along a conductor. Let's take a quick look at the method of making electricity. In DC. In 1924." In AC. But do you know that a 12 volt a. it's important to understand the difference because it could cost you money! You wouldn't dream of connecting your 12 volt radio directly to a mains power plug because you know that it gives at least 230 volts. or "forward. that have been harnessed for energy. transformer can do almost as much damage? The reason is that electronic equipment needs not only LOW voltage but low D. Advent of manufacturing of electrical equipment in India: In the beginning." which stands for "alternating current". They were merchandising and contracting through their local agents in India like Kilburn & Co. electrons keep switching directions. like a wire. After commissioning. Ballmer Lawrie. voltage. GEC (India) Ltd. F&C Osler & Co. However. Martin & Co. holding Agency for Crompton took up contract jobs for electrification.c. the electrons flow steadily in a single direction. Less well understood is "a. set up its electrical engineering department in 1904 while F&A Parkinson and Verity & Co.
Westinghouse Brakes & Signals in Calcutta in the late 1920s. The electrical machinery industry consists of four key product categories. Other important companies include Larsen & Toubro (a partnership of two enterprising young Danes) in 1938. The small and medium size sectors have a significance presence in the electrical machinery industry. Philips Electrical Co. Crompton Parkinson in Bombay in 1937. India Electric Works Ltd. started an integrated design ceiling fan factory in Calcutta around the same time. Mysore Electricals (1945). switch gears and control gears are key products in this category. Bengal Lamps was established to manufacture electric lamps in 1932. Jyoti Ltd. Ess Ess Kay Engg. (1935). (India) Ltd. In Calcutta in 1931.Key products in this category include generators. in Calcutta in 1939. Excluding the non-utilities. based on their use. Bajaj Electricals (1938). • Generation machinery . boilers and turbines • Transmission machinery – This primarily includes different types of transformers and transmission towers • Distribution machinery – Circuit breakers.Co. The growth of the electrical machinery industry is directly related to the development of power generation and distribution.electric power • Renewable Energy Sources (RES) • Nuclear power India has the capability to manufacture transmission and distribution machinery up to 400 Kilovolts (KV) AC and high Voltage DC (HVDC). India’s power generation capacity of 2.182 MW at present. with an estimated share of around 35 per cent. Among the Indian companies. (1943). Punjab (1946) etc. set up a manufacturing plant in Jamshedpur in 1923. Industry players are now engaged in Page | 8 . for batteries (National Carbon Products) in 1934 and AEI Manufacturing Co.300 MW in 1950 has expanded to over 128. This capacity is available through different sources of power. Union Carbide (India) Ltd. Kirloskar Electric (1946) and GFM Manufacturers. such as: • Thermal power • Hydro. Ltd. India produces the full range of electric power generation and transmission machinery.
upgrading transmission to the next higher voltage system of 765 KV and gearing up to supply transformers and related. generators and transformers. electricity distribution and control apparatus and electrical transmission equipment Page | 9 . The electrical machinery sector in India primarily caters to the power sector and is poised for growth in view of the Government’s thrust on the power and construction industries. The heavy engineering industry can be further classified into capital goods/machinery and equipment segments. The capital goods/machinery segment can be further classified into electrical machinery and nonelectrical machinery. electric motors. Electrical Machinery Classification Engineering Light Engineering Capital Machinery Electrical Machinery Equipment Non-Electrical Machinery Heavy Engineering The main categories of products for which EEE sector guidance is applicable are: Electro-technical including lighting equipment. Installed Capacity of Power Generation: Thermal-66% Hydro-5% Renewable Sources-26% Nuclear-3% The Engineering sector in India is the largest among industrial sectors and can be broadly categorized into the heavy engineering and light engineering sectors.
computer operating systems. electrical signaling. security and fire protection. auto-identification and data capture and card technologies Chapter 3 Overview of company FOUNDERS: Page | 10 . electrical equipment for vehicles. micro-electronics including semiconductors. electronic components. safety and traffic control equipment and electrical sound or visual signaling apparatus Electronic components and manufacturing including electronics. consumer electronic equipment. Electrical equipment including electrical ignition equipment for internal combustion engines. flat panel displays. personal computer hardware. information storage and defence electronics Electronic services including instrumentation and control equipment. electronic office machinery and electronic optical instruments Electronic systems including opto-electronics. networking equipment.
Laxmanrao K. for the principle in life he depended upon were his vision and a spirit of pioneering.. U. Founder. Kirloskar . Kirloskar Group of Companies Kirloskar Electric Company Limited (KEC) is one of India 's leading manufacturers of electrical and power equipment. who later headed KEC operations.A. Joshi. Kirloskar was the youngest son of Laxmanrao and Radhabhai Kirloskar." Ravindra L. Ravi L Kirloskar. Kirloskar . Kirloskar Group of Companies Ravindra L. "Quality must go beyond standard tests and procedures.K. he began his professional career in Kirloskar Brothers. In 1942 he designed and built India 's first electric motor at Kirloskarwadi with his colleague N. Founder. Having a degree in electrical engineering from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Kirloskar Page | 11 ..Laxmanrao Kashinath Kirloskar was a successful industrialist. Established in 1946 by Mr. but his chief merit lay in the trail he blazed. He guided us with the highest level of quality. It must be equated with self respect and personal pride.S.
K. It all began when our visionary founder Laxman Rao Kirloskar created the first Iron plough for the Indian farmer. KEC began to manufacture transformers in 1953 other than AC motors. Switchgear. KEC started it's manufacturing activity in collaboration with the Brush Electric and Engineering Company Ltd. Electronics.Electric manufactures AC Motors. capabilities. The only constant we know that this world is changing. Hence KEC signed a collaboration agreement with Thorn EMI Automation Ltd. That Kirloskar Electric has not only survived but has grown in confidence. AC Generators. Kirloskar Electric is capable of delivering a wide range of custom engineered products that meet and exceed global standards at very competitive prices. Of U.His involvement with agriculture led him to make the first pump then the prime movers for the pumps. KEC got into manufacturing of DC motors in 1961. range and were scope is a testimony to the inherent strength of its foundation as a company that once set out to revolutionized India's agricultural sector with value engineering. Since then KEC corporate goal has been to look into the future and engineer products that time would eventually demand. Today. Page | 12 . Change has come to Indian Industry like a sweeping tornado transforming the industrial environment and giving indigenous industry some very tough global standards to measure up to. And only the best will thrive. DC Machines. In this testing situation only the fittest have the wherewithal to survive. the company has built on its core capabilities of prime technological and engineering skills complemented by world class manufacturing facilities. Transformers and undertakes turnkey Electrical Projects In 60 years. Traction Equipment. In 1964 the invention of the thyristor drive gave the DC motor a tremendous new lease of life. Kirloskar Electric products have made more than a significant contribution to India 's rapidly growing economy. They added variety and range of electric motors.
In order to do this. Moving smoothly from agricultural sector to industry. son of the visionary. career planning. Kirloskar Electric is well into its tryst with world market with an offering that has strong roots in a traditional value base and comes with the inherent brand qualities of trustworthiness and complete customer satisfaction. to defense. a positive work culture and participative style of management have engendered development of a committed and motivated workforce setting new benchmarks in terms of productivity. And a state of art facility that has since then continuously reinvented itself to meet the changing demands of a changing market – just that one step ahead of time. KEC's vision is to become a world-class engineering enterprise. Every employee is given an equal opportunity to develop himself and grow in his career. With long years of innovative application behind it. Today as a lean. Ravi L Kirloskar.000 employees. quality and responsiveness. Engineering and Manufacturing to international standards by acquiring and adapting best technologies from leading companies along with technology developed in house. The high levels of quality and reliability of products is due to the emphasis on Design. The company is striving to give shape to its aspirations and fulfill the expectations of the country to become a global player. innovative and aggressive power in value engineering. Kirloskar Electric products have had more than a significant contribution to make to India 's rapidly evolving economy. committed to enhancing stakeholder value. The greatest strength of KEC is its highly skilled and committed 3. built a bank of prime technological skills and capabilities. Kirloskar Electric finds itself completely capable of delivering a range of custom engineered products that meet and exceed global standards at very competitive prices. to transport. Page | 13 . Continuous training and retraining. second generation entrepreneur. to power generation.
rotating equipments. easy. energy and greater manufacturing Industries As the most prominent and useful online process. Mission for the process. mixers. pipings. dryers. insulation. and to provide buyers FREE.Germany has complemented and strengthened our core business by adding world class products and Skills that are accepted around the world as the best. separators. forgings. The power of now at Kirloskar Electric is the dynamics of making opportunities work as by meeting client's tough specifications of cost and quality. fired heaters. filters. chemicals. quick. control. material handling. pumps. compressors. plates. Target Market: The vendors and buyers linked by ProcessRegister. construction materials. Page | 14 . focused and meaningful leads at a fraction of the cost of reaching such a group conventionally. vessels. At Kirloskar Electric. boilers. oil & gas explorations and much more. our mission is to provide suppliers with huge.com participate in a wide product range including valves. VISION & STRATERGY: The power of now is the energy of opportunities that come to us disguised as challenges. instrumentation. and powerful services for locating suppliers worldwide.The recent Acquisition of Lloyd Dynamowerke in Bremen. castings. columns. refrigeration HVAC. energy and greater manufacturing industries directory. heat exchangers. we bank on the power of now. resulting in a $5 trillion industry. environmental. turbines. electrical.
Australia. India CERTIFICATIONS: First Electrical Engineering Company to get ISO 9001 certification in India . KEC is a status holder recognized by Ministry of Commerce & Industry.STRENGTHS: Today as a lean. KEC The Export House Certificate Page | 15 . as an Export House. KEC is also the first electrical equipment manufacturing company in India to be awarded with certificate for providing ‘CE' Mark. Singapore. Europe. redefining and recreating of process. Malaysia. innovate and aggressive power in value engineering. • The ready acceptance of Kirloskar Electric products in USA. Kirloskar Electric is a pioneer in export of Electrical and Electronic goods for the last four decades. Kirloskar Electric is well into its tryst with world markets with an offering that has strong roots in a traditional value base and comes with the inherent brand qualities of trustworthiness and complete customer satisfaction. Canada. design and testing parameters to Six Sigma and other stringent quality measures • Willingness to take up any challenging customization project and successfully implement it AWARDS: ✔ Best Innovative product for Digital drive by IEEMA at the Elecrama exhibition ✔ National award for R&D from the Department of Scientific & Industrial research. China. Government of India. South Africa. Hong Kong. Pakistan. Ministry of Science & Technology . Bangladesh along with the hard to earn certification by world's leading companies • Streamlining.
laboratory duly certified by NVLAP .Netherlands. and EMC(Electromagnetic) MD(Machinery) directive. KEC is entitled to provide 'CE Marking' for AC motors . AC generators and DC Kirloskar Electric Test Laboratry (KETL) is machines. ‘CE' marking allows the product first in India and among few in Asia to get un-registered legal access to the European NVLAP Accreditation.NIST . Environment & Protection (SHEC). notified authority have tested our products with respect to low voltage directive. market.Bureau Veritas Quality International (BVQI) KEMA Certification ‘KEMA' Bureau Veritas Quality International (BVQI) has certified the Quality Management System of KEC. USA for testing of energy efficient 3 phase Induction motors up to 50 HP.V. We are also first in electrical industry to obtain ISO 9001-2000 certification by BVQI. Mysore. The ISO 9001-2000 certificates awarded to : KEC Bangalore. to basic having established We are proud of an independant standards Health. directive ‘CE' stands for ‘CONFIRMATIVE EUROPEENNE' European requirements of and confirmity meeting Safety. NVLAP Certification Tumkur Confirmative Europeenne (CE) registered quality B. Company designs and manufacture products according to the standards of: • • • • ISO (International Organizational for Standardization) IEC (International Electro technical Commission) BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) BSI (British Standards Institution) Page | 16 . Hubli.
16. B. Mysore .com Page | 17 . Gokul Road. 7770189 kec@gov. Bangalore055 Tel:08023572111. Bangalore 562 123 Tel : 0807770550. 23371771 Fax:080-23372488 email@example.com 186 Tel:0821 . 2232577 kec@hub. 112. Bangalore Rural Dist.580 030 Tel:08362232571. com Tumkur Plot No. Hirehalli Industrial Area. Malleswaram West.2243152-54.com Mysore Belavadi Area. 5555.572 168 Tel:08176 .B.240252226 / 40-43 kec@unit4. Tumkur .vrkec .vrkec. Hubli .com Govenahalli Survey No.vrkec.• JEM (Japan Electrical Manufacturers Association) LOCATION IN KARNATAKA: Bangalore P. No.vrkec Industrial 560 Hubli P. 2243104 kec@tmk. Govenahalli. 6. Nelamangala.
Vijay R Kirloskar Category of Directorship Executive Page | 18 . Details are given below: Name of Director Mr. DG Sets Transformers AC Motors and components Servicing and Spares KEY MANAGEMENT TEAM: BOARD OF DIRECTORS As on 30th September 2006.Y.P. the Board of Directors of KEC comprises Eight Directors.Unit-5 Mysore P Suresh Rao Unit Chief .Unit-1 Govenahalli B D Jain Unit Chief . Two Executive Directors and Six non-Executive Independent Directors. who is a promoter Director.Name & Designation Vijay R Kirloskar Chairman and Managing Director Malik P.Unit-7 Tumkur V Vasan Unit Chief . AC Generators.S.Mahajan Company Secretary E.Gupta Chief Finance Officer P.Unit-2 Hubli C L Krishnaiah Unit Chief .Unit-12 Bangalore Products AC Motors. AC Generators. Joint Managing Director RK. The Board consists of the Chairman & Managing Director. Tractions Components Of Electric Machines Electronics and Switch Gears AC Motors.Unit-4 Mysore K S Paniker Unit Chief . DC Motors.Ramachandra Unit Chief .Machine Shop C L Krishnaiah Unit Chief .
K. Joint Managing Director Chairman and Managing Director Promoter Non Executive Independent Director Non Executive Independent Director Non Executive Independent Director Non Executive Independent Director Non Executive Independent Director Non Executive Independent Director Executive . qualification and experience of employees and responsibilities. Kasturi Rangan Category Chairman Member Member Member Remuneration Policy The objective of the remuneration policy is to motivate employees to excel in performance.Chairman and Managing Director Mr.S. S. Ramesh D Damle ( LIC Nominee) Mr. Anil Kumar Bhandari Mr. The components of the total remuneration vary for different levels and are governed by industry patten. Agarwal Mr. Remuneration Committee: The Remuneration committee at the beginning of the year consisted of following Directors: Name Of Director Mr. Sarosh J Ghandy Ms.N. Agarwal S. Sarosh J Ghandy Mr.N. Mr. Anil Kumar Bhandari Mr. Mythili Balasubramanian ( IDBI Nominee) Mr. besides some other functions as referred to it by the Board of Directors. Remuneration of employees largely consists of basic Page | 19 . The terms of reference to the Audit Committee cover the areas mentioned under Clause 49 of the Listing Agreement and Section 292A of the Companies Act 1956.S. recognition of contribution and retention. Lakshmanan A. Malik P.Whole time Director Audit Committee: The Audit Committee consists of four independent Non-Executive Directors. Mr.
in the supply of AC Generators. taking care of intricate details like transient loading and transient voltage regulation performance.remuneration. Karnataka. They carried with them specially designed AC Generators. The number of employees working in the organization is 334. smoke and the acceleration of the bogie and continue to function giving passengers of the Rajdhani greater speed. developed by KEC that worked perfectly in sub zero temperatures. The ship has four KEC 1000kW AC Generators which are the result of our close association with Indian Navy. Page | 20 . premiere defense organizations perfected the intricate performance requirement of the power supply unit.. The meticulously planned event was held in Hassan. year before. Stealth ship launched On 18th April 2003 . greater comfort and increased safety. The task team behind this feat had done the homework right. Missile test fired: The first ever indigenously built missile was test fired in early 90's. KEC played a key role in building the entire power supply unit. MILESTONE: India's first satellite tracked: Proud scientists celebrated the successful tracking of India 's first satellite. perquisites and performance incentives. The team had finalized the specifications for AC generators with Kirloskar Electric Co. India explores Antarctica: India was the first developing country to join the Antarctica explorations. for frontline battle ship. The AC Generators of KEC were customized for arduous duty. dust. national dailies splashed the launch of the first indigenously designed stealth ship. Rajdhani flagged off The research wing of India Railways worked with specialists from KEC to design highly reliable AC Generators that would take that heat.
Aluminum Compact Chokes. Cable Racks. Bench Drills. heated it in an oven. battery plates . aluminum chokes. camcorder batteries. beryllium copper.castresintransformer.acbpanels. change over panels. aluminum crepe paper. Automatic power factor control relay. 3 Point Locking Mechanism. Ceiling fan stampings. Ac Motors. enunciator panels. Antenna .Survival in Leh In the lab the Defense experts drenched it with salt spray. can spray paint. Auto tap.Adapters. Cable Terminations. cadmium copper wire. Bulbs. Cable Trays. Automatic Generator Panels [AMF]. That is why KEC remains the most preferred make by the Defense establishments. Change over switch. cfl fittings. Bi-metal sheets. automatic voltage stabilizers. Cable Jointing Machines. automatic street light switching panels.Actuators. They wanted to verify whether the AC Generators bleeds as human do when they land up in Leh. agricultural pump sets. buzzer bell. Cable Duct. vibrated it. Amplifiers . cable blowing machines. Carbon Brush. Ceiling Fans. air break switches. alternators . auto variable transformers. Cable Accessories. Centrifugal Ventilator. Cable Ends. Cables. and rocked it over the bumps. the highest place inhabited on earth and they did id with success. Boiler Fans. Auto flush. bulb caps. Brass Glands. Cable Lugs. blasted it with sand. ac contactor. brass sanitary ware items. battery accessories . capacitor panels. Breakers. Cable Glands. AC boxes. Products: 3 core submersible flat cables. Ac Drives.CentrifugalPumps. cable pulling devices. Bank Token Display. brass precision components. Ceilinglightfixture. AC plug & Sockets.Changeover Page | 21 . ceiling light. Cable Networks. ac-dc switching power supply. Capacitors . In the field they hauled it from deserts of Rajasthan to marshy areas in Assam and yet the KEC AC Generator worked for decades. Automation Products . BLB Tubes. Axial Flow Ventilator. anchor switches & accessories. Analog & Digital Temperature Controllers. battery discharge resistor.CCI.
dispenser pumps.Changers . Electrical Switch boards. cubicle. Electronic bell. feeder pillars. Electrical work Electrification. electric kettle. Electrical Stampings. Flexible Electric Conduits. electric palm tree. Enameled wires and Strips. digital camera batteries. Electronic Items. Energy Meter. fish bell. Earthing Plates. Emergency Light . Earth pits. Dc Adaptors. demand controllers. Copper Flats. Copper Foils. dc Drives. emergency lamp. flexible cables & wires. Electromechanical Meters. electric generators. crepe paper. Encoders. Electric Laminations. Copper Cables. diesel pump sets. electric coconut tree. Electrical Audit. electrical distribution transformers. Computer cables.C regulated power supply.o. Electric irons. Dc Motors. Electronic Earth Fault Relays. Delton telephone cables. electronic meters. DG SET. Electrical Contractors. Fluorescent . Electrical Fittings. Earth & Neutral links. cross arms. Energy Audit. Electrical cables. Electrical Heating Equipment. Electrical Distribution System. Compact Fluorescent Lamp. Decorative Fittings. Fire Fighting Panels. Copper Strips. Electrical Items.fuses. fan plates. crgo lamination. diesel generator. Copper Compact Chokes.Chokes. Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker. electro mechanical impulse counter timer. Electric Cables. elmek cables. Digitally Controlled Industrial Heaters. Fan Heaters. Down lights. Control Gears . copper wire. electrical bells. Electrical Control Panels. Control Panels . firework lights. fitting chokes. Electrical Appliances. fabricated mica parts. Control Panel Accessories . Enclosures . domestic pump sets. Energy Saving Lamp. electrical panels. Electrical Accessories. Circuit Breakers . Current Transformer. Exhaust Fans. Fault display enunciators. Earthing Rods. Electric Motors. Electrical Insulation Material. Dc Drives. Co-axial cable. Element Eliminators. Electrical Switchgear. Circuit breaker. disc insulators. Distribution Boards. Chargers . Extension socket. digital meters. D. electric heating elements. Electrical Contractor. demagnetizers.control relay. Florescent Chokes. Distribution Transformer. Dynamometer. Flash Lights. diesel pumps. custom built chargers. Electric Welders. feeder panel. Page | 22 . Lamps. Crimping Tools. Electrical Instruments. Control transformers. Frequency Meters. Flameproof Chemical Heaters. control & relay panels. Exhaust fan stampings. Custom Control panels. Copper Roll. EPS . Copper Lugs. electrical ceiling fans. Electrical Design Consultancy. fan regulators. EV Motors. Electrical consulting. Electronic Over Load Relays. duplex receptacle. Flood Lights.Circuit protector. electric water fountain lights. Dryers . Electric Equipment . fiberglass sleeving. Electric Panels. contactor. converter . copper chokes. Electric Chokes. Electric Accessories. D. Electromechanical Components. fhp electric motors. Decorative Lamps. cylindrical battery.
Hydraulic Pumps. Hardware .96 1. gibarrel nipple. mercury lamp. iron leader elements.InductionMotors. LightingPoles. Hand Pumps. lt xlpe power cables. Lugs. halogen flood light.Iron boxes. Hose Pumps.066. Lead glass switches. Hooters.66 2. Gas Water Heater. gi gate valve.23 63. metal halide.684. industrial pump sets.66 3. Instrumentation Panels.76 486.25 400.hrcfuses. Insulating Switches. low voltage switchgear. hardware parts. modular Isolation leakage Transformer. load cell. lt xlpe control cables.04 1.64 Page | 23 . Halogen Lamp.lightweight load banks.295. Geared Motors.56 1. Led wire. Industrial Heaters . Germicidal. Lamps And Fittings. Locking Handles.06 90. Gensets.243.10 Market (Rs. lights. gas oil pumps. House Wiring. Mcbs.09 145.gongbell. Hand dryer.96 Total Assets 2. Sales Turnover 6. Arresters. generator spares . High temperature Cable. hair dryer elements.37 4. Hg fuses. Humidifiers . Magnehelic Guage. Industrial electrical Motors. gasoline . Gas Lanterns. MCB boxes.94 1.Lightening LighteningProtectionEquipments.inverter .) 16. Fuse Bases.946. ledtorchlights.61 269.41 397. manual pumps. kerosenepumps.lightsources. ht xlpe cable.grilledsandwichtoasters. High Voltage CR Cable. Instant Start Lamps. Infra Red Lamp.204. mccb.furnace heater. Industrial Wiring. Hand Blenders. Grinding wheel machines. mcb.49 Cap.main-line stabilizers. hi tech heaters.57 14. Instrument Enclosures. fuse. Fuse Gear garden light. Gland. Halogen Free Wires. industrial plug & socket. Laying. Generators .Ht Capacitors..lightingfixtures.18 876.83 752.lamp components.118. ICcutouts. Innovators.Grinder.90 Net Profit 547. dc current Kapton sensor. Hydraulic Motors. Ht Switchgears. Fuse careers. Gasoline engine.Mcp.LevelGauges. Interactive Terminals. cr. generator.IndustrialBatteries.Lights.LightFixtures.025. hpsv&hpmvballast.60 572.Mainswitch.610. lt pvc control cables.55 186. cable accessories. Hv and lv components.kettleelements. Mercury Vapour Lamp.MeasuringInstruments Medical Heating Pads. horn gap fuses. Heating wire.75 36. Competition Last Price ABB Crompton Greave Havells India Techno Electric HBL Power 756. golf cart chargers. Installation. heat shrinkable . irons.444. tubing.004. gi fittings.
46 15. 3) To study the process of reverse logistics adopted at Kirloskar Electric Company ltd. where the basic aim is to identify the cause and effect relationship.65 262. production Page | 24 .90 409.64 7.85 98.37 865.14 177. to determine the impacts and why something is failed or succeeded. 4) To analyze the impact of logistics management on sales.97 53. This research also contains ‘Causal Studies’.53 30. It helps in analyzing the changes in one variable.44 205. by manipulating another variable.72 211. Departmental reports. Tools like Correlation analysis.41 389. Here the Research method “Experiments” is also used for studying Cause-and-effect relationships.89 996.60 531.37 312. logical and analytical methods to find the solutions.10 260.10 47.90 74.40 907. Regression analysis is used.Emco Bharat Bijlee Numeric Power Honda Siel Easun Reyrl Kirl Electric 90. 3 Overview of the Research planned and expected outcomes/results: The Research is planned with the help of Questionnaire to company executives.51 194.75 254. 2) To analyze the process of warehousing and inventory management at Kirloskar Electric Company ltd.24 237.89 512. which is used to discover the applications and uses of theories.00 250.43 376. 5) 2Nature of the Research Proposed to be carried out: This is an Applied Research is undertaken.60 139. This research also includes an Operational research which involves the use of mathematical.77 CHAPTER-4 RESEARCH DESIGN OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY: 1) To study the process adopted for procurement of raw materials at Kirloskar Electric Company ltd.26 545. This research also comes across dependent.21 795. independent and extraneous variables.86 33.
Raj Kumar purchase department and Ms vijaya lakshmi finance department. publications. Research Tools Used: The methods and analytical techniques used are: ✔ Correlation Analysis. Marketing-DC. marketing management and reverse logistics. financial and accounting reports of the company are also used for the research. Departmental reports. financial and accounting reports. ✔ Regression Analysis. operational Logistics. Mahaveer. Mr. Computer-retrievable databases. Books and Journals of Company internal sources like Departmental reports. Data Sources: ✔ Primary Data : Primary data is collected directly from the respondent Mr. ✔ Secondary Data: The secondary information will be obtained from the records and reports available at the company. Data collection Tools: Secondary Data studies: It will be done by using Internal and External Sources Internal Sources: process and plant report. Also Icfai Journals and articles are used for the research and some books Research design: Research Instruments: Questionnaire. production summaries. The literature on the subject has been gathered from journals. Mr Ravichandran deputy manager VDD. ✔ T-Test Logistics. H. production summaries. Articles related to Data Collection: 1. periodicals books and website. Subbana.summaries. summaries. marketing and sales studies. financial and accounting reports. Company Websites. External Sources: books and periodicals. media sources and special collections.R manager Mr. Page | 25 .
Purchase Objective 1 “To study the process adopted for procurement of raw materials at Kirloskar Electric Company ltd” PURCHASE ✔ The KEC is producing Ac machines.000 per piece 450 per Kg Compiled based on Personal Interview Status of production at KEC. Table shows over all production of KEC Particulars Out sourcing Self manufacturing Total % of production 40% 60% 100 Page | 26 . Personal Interview: Personal interview with H. Dc motors and generators of more than 1000 k. CHAPTER5 DISCUSSION OF IMPLICATIONS Title “An analytical study on the impact of logistics management and its impact on sales at Kirloskar Electric Company Ltd-Bangalore” 1. Major raw material required and sources of raw materials Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 Raw material Copper Stamping materials Stator frames CE & NC materials IP coils Vendors HCL Importing from Russia EBG india Premier industries Copper metal corporation Amount 430 per Kg 60 per Kg 20.000 per piece 10.w. Raj Kumar purchase department and vijaya lakshmi finance department. Mr Jayasimha manager VDD and Mr Ravichandran deputy manager VDD.R manager Mr Subanna and Mr mahavir marketing head.
B. financial status and Good will of the Vendor Step 4: Receiving Vendor Profile (based on spare facility. ➢ Raw materials are purchased based on orders from clients. ➢ For purchasing of raw materials KEC is adopted JIT technique. ✔ Vendor Development Department (VDD) performs the Vendor selection process.Compiled based on Personal Interview Percentage of discount available for the company for early payment Days 30 60 Immediate payment Compiled based on Personal Interview ✔ The credit period of KEC is 90 days ✔ In unit one KEC is producing heavy electric motors like more then 1000 K. his Customers. ✔ Steps followed in Vendor selection are: Step 1: Identification of company requirements. workers qualification) Step 5: Final Selection of Vendor based on 3 Trial orders. Step 2: Search for the Vendors.w DC and Percentage 2% 4% 5% AC motors.C and feedback and training. Step 3: Consideration of Vendor based on Infrastructure. financial status. Page | 27 . Process of vendor selection in Kirloskar Electric Company ✔ Totally 130 Vendors of the company. Vendor rating as A. Step 6.
Vendor Development Department (VDD) is carrying the Negotiation process. Based on the working cost. Before receiving the raw materials. Negotiating price ranges from ‘+‘or ‘-‘10% of the company’s quoted price. Time Risk. good will and the employees of the vendor. Negotiation process is carried out. ➢ Incase of New product development. company considers few measures like Vendor’s infrastructure.where the existing vendor fails to supply required raw materials. ➢ Misunderstandings between the company and the Vendor in payments. ✔ Rejected raw materials are returned to vendor and vendor has to bare all the costs. Calculation of project cost and process cost which forms working cost is calculated and finalized by Costing department. ✔ To reduce the risks involved in vendor selection. This is the main part of company standards. ✔ Vendor codes are given for financial transactions. “Yellow Pages” and through Internet.Incase of new suppliers. purchasing. ✔ Company finds new vendors through the people of purchase department. ✔ Company selects new vendors only in the following cases: ➢ Incase of increase in Production. ✔ Quality standards are fixed for each product of the vendor according to Quality Assurance department.✔ MS-Excel is used to maintain Vendor database. Vendor has to adjust for the Business Risk. Page | 28 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ . ✔ Risks involved in Vendor selection are: • • • New Supplier Risk.Improper supply of quality raw materials. Process of Negotiation: ✔ ✔ Company is finalizing the price for raw materials. negotiation is carried out. ✔ Telephone and E-Mail are the mode of Communication between the company and vendors.Delay in Delivery Time of raw materials.
Vendor selection. requirement. ordering. There are two types of payment Direct Payment-For DC department-90 to 100 days is the payment period. price fixing & negotiation Vendor developmen t department Suppliers Security and vigilance In coming quality assurance Stores Page | 29 . Letter of Credit-For AC department.✔ ✔ ➢ ➢ 5% is the profit fixed by the company on all its finished goods. The process of procurement of raw material Marketing department Getting business to company Analyzing the invoice of customer & draw the sketch Engineering department Material management department Specification.90 days is the payment period.
• • • CIF price.83 ( in lakhs ) ✔ The Other traveling charges 29. ✔ The customer only bares the transportation and insurance charges. ✔ Price will fix by based on distance.1200 Truck (lorry) – 1500 ✔ In KEC most of the time customer only takes the delivery from companies dispatching unit.10 ( in lakhs ) Clearing charges-1. ✔ From the warehouse to the layout of production to transport material Cranes are used which are company owned.64 ( in lakhs ) Out bound logistics ✔ The KEC has made contract for transport with Babu traders and ARC( Associate Road corporation) ✔ KEC maintaining certain standard rent for sending finished goods from Govinahalli unit to Bangalore.82. • • • Matador -900 Canter . Page | 30 . Major importing costs are. ✔ In KEC some time company send the goods to customers. weight and type of vehicle or 5% margin. ✔ In KEC 95% depend on road transport for receiving and sending of the goods .TRANSPORTATION In bound logistics ✔ In KEC for other then JIT purchase company will use the private vehicles.19 ( in lakhs ) Customs – 3. ✔ In KEC stamping materials are importing from Russia. ✔ Including transportation cost quotations are prepared by the KEC and suppliers are responsible for transporting the raw material to the warehouse of the company.
pulleys. Microsoft word document and intranet technique has been adopted for store and calculations. ✔ In KEC Microsoft Excel. roaps ✔ To maintain warehouse equipment and KEC has given contract. ✔ Different types of materials are storing in stores • • • • • • Copper Stamping materials IP coils Rubbers Nuts & Bolts M/S component Page | 31 .✔ For transporting of finished goods to customer the company will charge 10000 to 25000 depend on distance and Wight. Objective 2 “To analyze the process of warehousing and inventory management at Kirloskar Electric Company ltd” WAREHOUSE AND INVENTORY MANAGEMENT ✔ The KEC has its own warehouse in his plant. ✔ The dimension of warehouse is 40/100ft ✔ Number of warehouse employs are as follow Officers Clerks Workers Total 3 2 8 13 Compiled based on Personal Interview ✔ • • • • Tools using in warehouse Cranes Pallet trucks Handling equipments Chain.
✔ The only C category materials are workers can take from stores. ✔ In KEC for each component of C category of raw materials maintain separate rakes . Step3: Unloading The process of dispatching raw materials from stores STORES Supervisor2 [indent] Supervisor3 Supervisor1 Process dept 1 Process dept 2 Process dept 3 Process dept 4 ✔ To get raw material from stores supervisor of particular department only have authority. ✔ In stores without indent raw material has not provide. Page | 32 .✔ Stator frames and production area CE & NC covers are directly send to the direct to ✔ The process of receiving raw materials from vendors Step 1: Cross verification of Invoice Step2: Materials testing from QAII (Quality Assurance of Incoming Inspection) by Inspectors.
54 77.68 in Costs in % 37 53 10 100 Table repairs shows and maintenance costs in (lakhs) Compiled based on Personal Interview Page | 33 .Particulars Building Machines equipments Other expenses Total Costs (lakhs) 28.47 & 41.67 7.
✔ In KEC 40% of raw materials of finished goods is outsourcing from other companies Page | 34 .16 ✔ Closing stock of finished goods – 450.22 (in lakhs) ✔ Closing stock of raw materials -1406.INVENTORY The master table shows information about inventory Sl no Particulars Annual usage Daily Usage 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Copper stamping materials stator frames CE & NC covers IP coils Rubber Nuts and bolts Washers M/S component 200 tons 300tons 4800pieces 9600 pieces 72000 pieces 500 kg 1000 kg 500 kg 2000 500 833 10 pieces 20 pieces 200 pieces 2 kg 4 kg 2 kg 10 Safety Stock 1ton 3 tons 300 pieces 250 pieces 500 pieces 50 kg 100 kg 50 kg 250 Lead time % of product in days used for production 14 14 30 14 14 15 14 14 14 20 30 20 10 05 6+7+8+9=15 Compiled based on Personal Interview ✔ Opening stock of raw materials -797.28 ✔ To reduce the inventory KEC has follow JIT (Just In Time) system for procurement of raw materials.931.71 (in lakhs) ✔ Closing stock of raw materials – 335.15 (in lakhs) ✔ Opening stock of work in process .48 (in lakhs) ✔ Opening stock of finished goods – 233.
B= This group consists 20% of the inventory items accounting for 20 % company rupee invested. Table shows ABC system of segregation of inventory at KEC Group A materials Copper Barings Motors Electric rings Compiled based on Personal Interview Group B materials Baring components Still keys Group C materials Rubber materials Nuts & bolts Washers M/S components Page | 35 . ✔ The KEC has been following ABC technique for maintaining and segregation of inventory. A= This group consists 10% of the inventory items that account approximately 70% of the company rupee is invested. C= This group consists of approximately 70% of all the items of inventory but accounts for only about 10% of the company rupee invested. ✔ The KEC FIFO(First In First Out) method has been adopted for distribution of inventory in unit. ✔ In KEC inventory is segregates based on price of materials and based on usage of materials.✔ In KEC based on delivery of final product inventory will order.
Ordering cost The size of the order and total ordering cost to be incurred by KEC particular Copper Stamping materials Size of the 200 tons order No of orders Total ordering cost @ order Compiled based on Personal Interview 150per 12 1800 RS 10 1500 10 1500 11 1650 12 1800 300 tons 4800 pieces Stator frames CE & NC IP coils covers 9600 pieces 72000 pieces Page | 36 .
74 507.Production ✔ The KEC has its own production plant. ✔ Direct workers cost is 1037.627 MW.48 lakhs ✔ Indirect workers cost is 741. ✔ Conversion period is 3 months. ✔ The installed capacity of KEC is 114. ✔ Finished goods storage is 2 weeks ( up to 4 weeks).14(lakhs) of Page | 37 . ✔ The KEC depend up on order accepting by marketing department for production.67 (lakhs) Tables shows the production overhead of KEC( govenahalli unit) Particulars Power and lighting Welfare expenses Other Total Costs in lakhs 255.14 135.89 116.77 % of cost 50% 27% 23% 100 ✔ The KEC electric power has taking from Karnataka power corp ltd 255. worth. ✔ In KEC every month production plan is doing.06 lakhs ✔ The quality control expenses is 211. ✔ In KEC every month an average 300 units are manufacturing.
Compiled based on Personal Interview Plant layout of KEC (unit 1) Govenahalli TESTIN G STATOR WAINDI NG BRAZI NG ROTAO R WAINDI NG IMPRECATION TURNING BALANCEING TESTING AREA COIL SECTION FINAL ASSEMBLY COMPLITION AND SUB ASSEMBLY PAINTING PRODUCTION OFFICE R & D AND Q A LAB PACKAGING AND Commuters shop FORWARDING STORE AREA Page | 38 .
The process of manufacturing DC motors at KEC MACHINING BODY (SHOP) POLE BREAK (4 HRS) DIPPING FOR INSLATION STATAR MPIP + COMPENSAN CONNECTION EMBIDDING (24 HRS) ASSEMBLY(4 HRS) (7 TO8 HRS) (COIL SECTION)(6 HRS) STATOR READY ROTOR ASSEMBLY COMMUTOR SUB ASSEMLY SHAFT & COMMUTOR WILL BE PROSSEDN. 16 HRS) (RESIGLASS WINDIN)DIPPING PRE HEATING ROTOR WINDING (COIL SECTIO SHOP (8 HRS) (VPI PROCESS) (STAMPING) (STAKING)( 20 HRS) (8 HRS) STATOR ASSEMBLY FINAL ASSEMBLY Rotor completionUNDER CUTTING BALANCEING TURNING GREL COAT PRE HEATING FINAL ASSEMBLY ROTOR ASSEMBLY BEARING ASSEMBLY ROCKER ASSEMBLY FINAL ASSEMBLY T-BOX ASSEMBLY 9 ROCKER CONECTION OF FINAL ASSEMBLY COMPLETION TESTING COMPLETION PAINTING Page | 39 .
✔ For scrap dispose company will call tenders. ✔ The company does not doing any re cycling activity in unit. ✔ The various wastages in production at KEC as follow. ✔ Maximum wastage comes from production. Purchase price Selling (scrap) price Wastage month 500 kg 500 kg per Particular Copper Stamping materials 430 60 100 20 Compiled based on Personal Interview Page | 40 . ✔ The over all wastage of company is 2.5%b to 3%. ✔ In case of any damages in raw materials company will resend to the vendor or it buys for discount price.DISPTCHING Objective 3: Focus: reveres logistics (waste disposing) ✔ The KEC have a separate effective quality assurance department for incoming materials to verify the quality of raw materials. ✔ The KEC adopted JIT technique for purchase it cause very less stock in stores it reduces the wastage in inventory. ✔ The wastage from production department Company will sell to scrapes traders.
Indonesia ✔ Materials cost for packing Wood frames Plastic and paper Nuts and bolts Forwarding paper charges Labor charges Transportation charges ✔ Total packing cost is 4585 lakhs ✔ Motor is covered from aluminum foil ✔ Vacuum packing is done for export goods ✔ In KEC all inputs for packing department is from marketing department Page | 41 . Bhutan 2.Objective4: Focus: SALES AND DISTRIBUTION PAKING ✔ Two types of packing 1. Nepal. Treated route packing ( chemical treatment to protect from fungus): sri lanka. Home market packing : Bangladesh.
00. cable industries ➢ OEM. rubber.s Page | 42 .000 to 12. ✔ The KEC have separate department for exports called IMD (International Marketing Department) ✔ Different types of cost incurred for delivering of goods are Packing Transportation Insurance ✔ The transportation charges and insurance bear by customer ✔ Selling price of the product 30.000 ✔ The KEC has using maximum road transport Distribution Major customer of KEC ➢ Steel industries ➢ Cement industries ➢ Aluminum industries ➢ Mining industries ➢ Printing and paper ➢ Plastics.The information about marketing and distribution of KEC ✔ In KEC marketing department is very responsible for order accepting and order delivery ✔ Demand forecasting doing based on experience and present situation ✔ For advertisement KEC participating the pure electrical exhibitions like “Elecrama” organized by IEEMA.
42 % of sales 22% 19% 23% 19% 17% 100 Compiled based on Personal Interview Page | 43 . Table shows the sales of KEC Year 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Total Sales 1956.➢ Intermediaries will plays crucial role in selling the products to the customers. They are getting products from the company with certain price after that they will fixes the prices for the products according to their margin.76 9215.4 1775 2097 1819.32 1567.
30% of Business Risk and 60 % of Time Risk. major risk for Kirloskar (Govenahalli) in logistics management is Time risk like late delivery and lead time and these has effects on inventory and production. Interpretation: From the analysis it is clear that.Chapter 6 Result and analysis Objective 1. Kirloskar’s Govenahalli branch has 10% of New Supplier Risk. Table 1 Table shows percentage of different types of risk Types of risk New Supplier Risk Business Risk Time Risk Percentage 10 30 60 Graph no:1 Analysis: The study reveals that. 2 Table shows over all production of KEC Particulars Out sourcing Self manufacturing Total % of production 40% 60% 100 Page | 44 .
It is positively responsible for getting good margin. Implicit cost Formulae = Rate of discount * 1.0.02 / 1. 0. Interpretation: from the above graph I can interpret that in KEC 40% of the raw material out sourced (JIT) & this reduces the ware house cost and increase the working capital.04 / 1.0. 0.48% Number of dates in year/ Credit period – discount period 2.Graph number:2 Analysis: The study shows from above graph is out of 100% of production 40% outsourcing from other industries remaining 60% is manufacturing in govenahalli only.04 * 360 / (90 – 30) Page | 45 .02 * 360 / (90 – 60) = 24.rate of discount 1) 2/60 net 90 days 2) 4/30 net 90 days 3) For immediate -5% 1.
if 60 days means 25% if company pay immediately means it get 5% of discount and 15% Interpretation: from the above analysis we can say that if company pay immediate cash to Vendors Company can save the cost 18% and it increase the working capital and it indirectly help to increase the company profit.47 41.68 in Costs in % 37% 53% 10% 100 Graph no 3 Page | 46 . Objective 2: To analyze the process of warehousing and inventory management at Kirloskar Electric Company ltd 3 Table shows repairs and maintenance costs in (lakhs) Particulars Building Machines & equipments Other expenses Total Costs (lakhs) 28.05 * 360 = 18% Analysis: The above calculations shows company get discount if credit will pay 30 days early means 2% commission 24.= 25 % 3.48%.67 7.54 77. 0.
Analysis: from the above table and chart I can analyze the maintenance cost of the warehouse is building 33%. Electric rings. Barings. machines 53%. Motors. Group B Page | 47 . others 10 % Interpretation: From the above analysis we can say that in warehouse maintaining machines and equipment cost is high 4 Table shows ABC system of segregation of inventory at KEC Group A materials Copper Barings Motors Electric rings Compiled based on Personal Interview Group B materials Baring components Still keys Group C materials Rubber materials Nuts & bolts Washers M/S components Analysis From above table clearly showing the classification of materials in to three groups Group A materials are Copper.
Page | 48 . 5 Table shows percentage wise Costs incurred for raw materials Particulars Copper Stamping Mild still Insulation and others Graph no 4 % of cost 30% 25% 15% 30% Analysis Above pie diagram is showing the cost incurred for the different raw materials. M/S Components Interpretation: From the above analysis I can interpret that KEC adopted ABC technique based on Costs and usage and it is using to maintain the inventory in warehouse it reduces the damages of goods in warehouse so it increases quality of production and same time it gives information about re ordering point order delivery period. 30% on Insulation and others. Interpretation Organization is spending more money on getting the raw materials of Copper. 25% on Stamping. Still keys.Baring component. And it helps to maintain safety stock in unit. Group C Rubber materials. Nuts & bolts. Stamping and Mild still from different vendors.!5% Mild still. Company is spending 30% on Copper. Washers.
6 Table shows percentage of raw materials used in production Particulars Copper Stamping materials Stator frames CE & NC IP Coils Mild steel Total Graph 6 Analysis: The study shows that Kirloskar uses 20% of Copper.06 516. 20% of Stator Frames.68 1050 169.21 Page | 49 . % of raw materials used in production 20 30 20 10 5 15 100 7 Table shows major material costs Particulars 2009 [ Rs in lakhs ] steel copper Barings Graph 7 676.01 140. 30 % of Stamping Materials. 10% of CE & NC covers. 5% of IP Coils and 15% of Mild steel for production of one DC Generator Interpretation: It Can be interpreted as KEC uses Stamping Materials as a major raw material for its production and major costs of raw material is incurred for Stamping materials.12 2008 [ Rs in lakhs ] 639.
Stamping materials within 14 days. 8 Table shows lead time of raw materials Particulars Copper stamping materials stator frames CE & NC covers IP coils Rubber Nuts and bolts Washers M/S component Graph 8 Lead time in days 14 14 30 14 14 15 14 14 14 Analysis: The graph shows that KEC gets Copper within 14 days of ordering. Stator Frames within 30 days. Rs. 140.12L for Barings. CE & NC Covers within 14 days. Interpretation: The Results shows that KEC’s Major Raw material cost is for Steel and the company should handle these costs in a better manner to gain benefits.06L for Steel. IP Coils Page | 50 .01L for Copper and Rs.676.Analysis: From the analysis it can be considered as Major Raw material costs for KEC in the year 2009 are Rs.516.
Washers within 14 days and M/S components within 14 days of ordering Interpretation: It can be interpreted as procuring of Stator Frames is consuming more time and the company has to concentrate on this and should try to reduce the Lead time of procurement of Stator Frames. KEC has incurred more costs on Inventory. Annual consumption of raw materials – [ 2191.09 L in 2008.91 L in the year 2009.89 L in 2006 and Rs.within 14 days.95 Analysis: From the analysis it is clear that KEC incurred the inventory costs of Rs.91 1962.1962. Rs. Nuts and Bolts within 14 days. If lead time is high its indirectly effects to dispatching of goods and sales. Interpretation: It can be interpreted as due to increase in Inflationary prices in the year 2009. 1568. Rs.12 1568.1786. So the company can follow some Inventory Techniques to avoid the effects of Inflationary prices Calculations Calculation of working capital management 1 Raw materials storage period A. Rubber within 15 days. 9 Table shows the inventory cost incurred in KEC Year 9-Mar 8-Mar 7-Mar 6-Mar 5-Mar Inventory Cost in Lakhs 2191. Rs.91(Rs in lakhs)] Page | 51 .09 2013.89 1786.95 L in the year 2005.12 L in 2007.2191.2013.
37] C. So.91lakhs. average stock of raw material is 566. wages.85] D. Average daily cost of production = 1/360 – [15.43 lakhs finally raw material storage period is 93 days.85/15. we can conclude that Transportation and Procurement of raw materials i. while procurement Process Company should take great care while Vendor selection process.43] D. so that the vendor supplies raw materials at regular intervals of time with specified quality.0866 = 93 days Analysis : The above calculations shows the annual consumption of raw material is 2191.e. Raw materials storage period = C/B 566.37 = 76 days Page | 52 . the conversion time is late because of industrial goods (> 1000WT) so logistics should be effective so that it caries Raw materials without time delay. average daily consumption 6. one of the features of logistics has an impact on working capital and Inventory management. 1 Conversion period A. Average daily consumption of raw materials = 1/360 – [6.0866. Annual cost of production = opening stock of WIP + consumption of raw materials + other manufacturing cost ( salaries. Average stock of raw materials = opening stock + closing stock/2 – [566. Average stock of WIP = opening stock WIP + closing stock WIP / 2 – [1168.0866] C. power & fuels) + depreciation + closing WIP [5535. Interpretation: From the analysis we can interpret that as the raw material storage period is 93 days. Average conversion period = C/B 1168.43/6.B.25] B. Here we can also interpret that.
e.e. proper plant layout is necessary and proper movements of goods.37lakhs.Analysis: The result shows that Kirloskar keeps an average stock of work-in-process of rs. its average Conversion period is 73 days.2. 1 Finished goods storage period A. Annual cost of sales – [5904. For production. transportation and inventory i.40] C.5535.40 = 41 days Page | 53 . Average stock of finished goods = opening stock + closing stock/2 – [683. we can conclude that lead time.49(in lakhs)] B.34/16. Key Considerations for proper way of procurement and lead time of raw material plays an important role in production cycle. Finished goods storage period = C/B 6834.25 lakhs and its average daily cost of production is rs. Average daily cost of sales =1/360 – [16.34] D. its annual cost of production is rs. Finally.13 cr. one of the feature of logistics has its impact on Working Capital and Production Cycle. So. one of the features of logistics i.15. Interpretation: From the analysis we can interpret that production cycle play its key role in the conversion period.
Interpretation: From the analysis we can interpret that Kirloskar finished products will be stored for 41 days From this. we can understand the Kirloskar is doing B to . 10 Table shows raw materials ordering cost Particular Copper Stamping materials Stator frames CE & NC covers IP coils Total Total ordering cost 1800 1500 1500 1650 1800 8250 % of cost 22 18 18 20 22 100 Page | 54 .B business it takes more time for dispatching of goods because companies customers are industries customers. average daily cost of sales is 16. Here also the features of logistics like Transportation and Warehouse comes into picture and shows. these features also have their impacts on working capital. average stock of finished goods 683. we can conclude that the Distribution network. one of the features of the logistics has its impact on Working Capital.. So.49 lakhs.40 lakhs.34 lakhs and finally finished goods storage period is 41 days.Analysis: The results shows that kirloskar’s annual cost of sales is 5904.
00. organization is spending Rs 1800 for getting the raw materials of Copper and IP coils. The organization spending the 1650 Rs as ordering cost to get the CE & NC covers. 00.662 + 3000 = 15662 kg Stator frames Annual usage 4800 pieces Lead time 30 days 300 + 300 = 600 Frames CE & NC covers Annual usage 9600 Lead time 14 days 280 + 500 = 780 covers Page | 55 .000 (2 tons) Lead time 14 days 11.Rs Re order point Formulae: Normal usage in lead time + Safety stock Copper Annual usage 2.Graph 10 Analysis: Above graph showing the ordering cost to the company to get the raw materials. Stator frames and Stamping materials ordering cost is 1500.000 (2 tons) Lead time 14 days 7000+1000 = 8000 kg Stamping Annual usage 3. Rs Interpretation : Total cost incurred by the company to ordering the materials is 8250.
IP coils Annual usage 72000 Lead time 14 days 2800 + 500 = 7800 Particulars Copper Stamping materials Stator frames CE & NC covers IP coils Re ordering point 8000 (in KGs) 11662 (in KGs) 600 units 530 units 7800 units 11 Table shows the re order point of raw materials at KEC Graph 11 Page | 56 .
Stamping materials reaches 11662Kgs.Analysis above graph showing the reordering of raw materials to the vendors. The company will go for re ordering point. When copper reaches to the 8000Kgs . Re order level Re order level = Average daily usage * Lead time Copper 500*14 = 7000 kg Stamping materials 833*14 = 11662 kg Stator frames 10*30 = 300 CE & NC covers 20*14 = 280 IP coils 200 * 14 = 2800 Page | 57 . Interpretation Reordering point plays key role to maintain the stock in proper order to avoid the out of stock in the company. CE & NC reaches to 530 units and IP coils reaches to 7800 units. Stator frames reaches 600 units.
Objective 3: Focus: reveres logistics Calculations Annual wastage copper = 500*12 = 6000 kg Stamping materials = 500*12 = 6000 kg 1) Copper Total (P .S)= = 6000*430 = 2580000 (purchases) 60000 (selling) 2520000 …………………………. [Loss to company] Total wastage cost = 1 + 2 = 2520000 + 120000 = 2760000 Page | 58 . [Loss to company] 330 = 6000*100 = 2) Stamping material = 6000*60 = 360000 (purchase) = 6000*20 = 120000 (selling) Total (P-S) = 40 240000 …………………..
12 Table shows the percentage of wastage of raw materials at KEC Particulars Copper Stamping material Percentage of wastage 3% 2. Page | 59 .5% Graph 12 Analysis Above pie diagram showing the wastage of raw materials in the production unit in the form of cutting the pieces. Interpretation If the organization reduces wastage it leads to reduce the cost of getting the raw materials.
So in KEC very less intermediaries.4 % of sales 22% Page | 60 .Objective 4 Particular Direct marketing Dealers Total Percentage of sales 85 % 15% 100 13 The table shows the sales KEC Percentage of sales Graph 13 Analysis: Above pie diagram showing the percentage of sales out of that 85% of sales from direct marketing and 15% from the dealers Interpretation: From the above analysis I can interpret that KEC is more depend on direct sales because in govenahalli unit manufacturing industrial goods. 14Table shows the sales of KEC Year 2008 Sales 1956.
12 1568.32 X2 4804469 3849797 4052652 2461416 Y2 3827266 3150625 4397409 3309925 XY 4288121 3482710 4221513 2854313 (X) Rs. Tools Correlation & Regression Analysis of Inventory Costs & Sales Of Kirloskar Hypothesis: H0= Inventory cost has on impact on sales H1= Inventory cost has not impact on sales Table 15 table shows inventory cost and sales Sl no Inventory Cost Sales (Y) Rs.19% and in 2004-17% Interpretation: from the above analysis I can interpret that sales of KEC is having major fluctuations because of limited customers and same tine recession affects.32 1567.34 1775 2097 1819.91 1962.19% 200623% 2005.89 Page | 61 .42 19% 23% 19% 17% 100 Compiled based on Personal Interview Graph no14 Analysis: The above chart shows the sales of KEC in 2008 sales is 22% in 2007.09 2013. Lakhs 1 2 3 4 2191.2007 2006 2005 2004 Total 1775 2097 1819. Lakhs 1956.76 9215.
5125 27 0.42) √ (5×18361525).5 Total 1786.25% on sales and the magnitude of relation ship between inventory cost and sales is 43.42)2) = 1811.51 rxy=ry x 0.06% Page | 62 .∑X ∑Y √ [n ∑(x2) – (∑x)2 ] [n∑(y2) – (∑Y)2] = (5×17648165)-(9522.95 9522.42 3193190 18361525 2457871 17143097 2801509 17648165 rxy = ryx = n ∑XY .2 √(1500)-(1600)(2101.5) = 0.96×9215.4 .4306 97 Through the above graph and calculations it is clear that inventory cost has on impact of 51.96 1567.(9522)2 (5×17143097)-(9215.76 9215.1691.25-1787.
76 9215.91 1962.34 1775 2097 1819.9 Page | 63 .89 1786.09 2013.96 Sample size (n) = 5 Sample mean = ∑fx n = 1810.T-Test: single mean Hypothesis: H0= Inventory cost has on impact on sales H1= Inventory cost has not impact on sales Sl no Inventory Cost Sales (Y) Rs. Lakhs 1956.95 9522.32 1567.12 1568. Lakhs 1 2 3 4 5 Total 2191.42 X2 4804469 3849797 4052652 2461416 3193190 18361525 Y2 3827266 3150625 4397409 3309925 2457871 17143097 XY 4288121 3482710 4221513 2854313 2801509 17648165 (X) Rs.
µ= 1843.5-1843.08 811.32 SX = sx √n = = 1810.08 SD= √∑X2 n = √∑18361525 5 = 1916.92 = 0.04 Page | 64 .59 2.92 T=X-µ SX T= 1810.23 811.
Chapter 7 FINDINGS. And it helps to maintain safety stock in unit. ➢ If company pay immediate cash to Vendors Company can save the cost 18% and it increase the working capital and it indirectly help to increase the company profit. ➢ In warehouse maintenance machines and equipment cost is high ➢ KEC adopted ABC technique based on values and usage and it is using to maintain the inventory in warehouse it reduces the damages of goods in warehouse so it increases quality of production and same time it gives information about re ordering point order delivery period ➢ Organization is spending more money on getting the raw materials of Copper. ➢ KEC’s Major Raw material cost is for Steel and the company should handle these costs in a better manner to gain benefits. Page | 65 . lead time. SUGGESTIONS AND CONCLUSIONS ➢ Major risk for Kirloskar (Govenahalli) in logistics management is Time risk like late delivery. inventory and production ➢ KEC 40% of the raw material out sourced (JIT) it reduces the ware house cost and increase the working capital. Stamping and Mild steel from different vendors. ➢ Procuring of Stator Frames is consuming more time and the company has to concentrate on this and should try to reduce the Lead time of procurement of Stator Frames. If lead time is high its indirectly effects to dispatching of goods and sales. It is positively responsible for getting good margin. ➢ KEC uses Stamping Materials as a major raw material for its production and major costs of raw material is incurred for Stamping materials.
So. Here also the features of logistics like Transportation and Warehouse comes into picture and shows.e. Here we can also interpret that. KEC has incurred more costs on Inventory. one of the features of logistics has an impact on working capital and Inventory management. For production. the conversion time is late because of industrial goods (> 1000WT) so logistics should be effective so that it caries Raw materials without time delay. transportation and inventory i. ➢ Production cycle play its key role in the conversion period. while procurement Process Company should take great care while Vendor selection process. one of the feature of logistics has its impact on Working Capital and Production Cycle.. ➢ Kirloskar finished products will be stored for 41 days From this. so that the vendor supplies raw materials at regular intervals of time with specified quality.e.Rs ➢ Reordering point plays key role to maintain the stock in proper order to avoid the out of stock in the company. we can conclude that lead time. we can conclude that Transportation and Procurement of raw materials i.e. these features also have their impacts on working capital. ➢ If the organization reduces wastage it leads to reduce the cost of getting the raw materials. Key Considerations for proper way of procurement and lead time of raw material plays an important role in production cycle. we can conclude that the Distribution network.B business it takes more time for dispatching of goods because companies customers are industries customers. ➢ Total cost incurred by the company to ordering the materials is 8250. Page | 66 . So the company can follow some Inventory Techniques to avoid the effects of Inflationary prices ➢ As the raw material storage period is 93 days. one of the features of logistics i. So. proper plant layout is necessary and proper movements of goods.➢ Due to increase in Inflationary prices in the year 2009. one of the features of the logistics has its impact on Working Capital. So. we can understand the Kirloskar is doing B to .
This factor has made KEC market leader and the company deriving better benefit in both cost performance and market performance finally conclude that KEC has good growth in electric sector.25% on sales and the magnitude of relation ship between inventory cost and sales is 43. There is a lack of proper process layout in DC motor section and this improper layout is increasing cost concern to cranes and pullis and ropes and increasing the conversion period. 3. Company is using JIT technique is affected factor like PEST so company has to make situation analysis which has its own effects on inventory level and production Conclusions As company as well experience and its own brand image in the electric sector they are not finding much difficulties in manufacturing the goods and the competitors are less in this sector. ➢ The inventory cost has on impact of 51.06% Suggestions 1.➢ From the above analysis I can interpret that KEC is more depend on direct sales because in govenahalli unit manufacturing industrial goods. 2. the company has find solution to get better benefits. Marketing department to form a team and this team to create need base analysis with customers based on increasing capacity of motors in watts and new designs with additional features. Page | 67 . So in KEC very less intermediaries. ➢ Sales of KEC are having major fluctuations because of limited customers and same tine recession affects.
An LSP is defined as a provider of industrial logistics services that performs the logistics functions on behalf of their clients (Coyle. p. This paper investigates the effect of organizational learning within logistics service providers on client relationship orientation. provides the opportunity for further research and addresses how organizational resources can contribute to performance in logistics. Bardi. logistics service quality and firm performance.Chapter 8 LITERATURE REVIEWS Literature Review : 1 Topic: EFFECTS OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING IN THIRD-PARTY LOGISTICS Author: Panayides. and Langley 1996). This broad definition indicates that outsourcing of any Page | 68 . 425) suggest that third-party logistics involves an external organization "that performs all or part of a company's logistics functions". The study proposes and examines an original concept in logistics research that contributes to theory in the area. Coyle. Bardi. Abstract The increasing trend towards outsourcing of logistics activities has contributed to the growth of third-party logistics service providers (LSPs). January-2007 Journal-Business logistics Logistics service providers operate in an intense competitive environment that requires continuous improvement in logistics service quality and firm performance. and Langley (2003. Key organizational resources may contribute toward the improvement in performance of logistics service providers.
The Journal of Business Logistics is a noteworthy exception. While research investigating L&SCM practices in the U. companies are faced with a constant quest to streamline their flow of goods and services (Manuj and Mentzer 2008. http://findarticles. Nevertheless. warehousing.col1 Literature Review: 2 Topic: LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS WITHIN A GLOBAL CONTEXT: AN OVERVIEW Author: Schoenherr Tobias March: 2009 Journal: Business Logistics INTRODUCTION In a time of accelerating competitive pressures.major logistics activity (transportation. Many industries have progressed from slow moving. sustaining a competitive position is a paramount concern.S. An effective means to gain efficiencies and eliminate non-value added steps in this environment is to focus on logistics and supply chain management (L&SCM) (Miller and de Mata 2008). inventory management) can qualify as third-party logistics (Knemeyer and Murphy 2005). the latter studies have been scattered and often possessed lower visibility. stable oligopolies to hypercompetitive environments characterized by intense and rapid competitive moves. has been proliferating. in Page | 69 . as well as special sections (Gammelgaard 2006. a global playing field. and rising customer expectations. many of these articles have appeared in non-disciplinary or non-mainstream journals. studies focusing on companies and environments overseas have also gained attention. Wagner and Bode 2008).com/p/articles/mi_qa3705/is_200701/ai_n21100380/pg_2/? tag=content. 20) Conclusion: In today's global marketplace. Technological innovations and economic uncertainties have literally changed the face of the competitive arena. with the publication of this Special Issue on logistics and supply chain management applications within a global context.
since changes in promotion and price may be more quickly duplicated (Bowersox.which competitors strike quickly. This manuscript suggests that the key to sustaining this competitive position is through adopting learning principles in logistics. including the components of an effective learning-based logistics organization. challenges most industries (Wiggins and Ruefli 2005) and even the most seasoned executives (D'Aveni 1998). and reduced design-to-shelf cycle time (Camp 1989). therefore. Recent research has gone further and indicates that. In essence. 1998). and Ellinger 1998. Dr�ge. Lynch. product improvement (Woodruff and Gardial 1996). and Stank 2001). a logistics learning capability framework is presented. Abstarct: In response. Zhao. Stank. and Devers 2003). only to find these strategies copied quickly by competitors (Porter 1985). and Hult 2001). Author: Esper. Fugate . companies have started to leverage their logistics capabilities as a source of competitive advantage (Daugherty. Literature Review: 3 Topic: LOGISTICS LEARNING CAPABILITY: SUSTAINING THE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE GAINED THROUGH LOGISTICS LEVERAGE. in general. an in-depth case study and implications are presented to further support the learning capability framework suggested and highlight the importance of learning in today's hypercompetitive global supply chain environment. As such. Today however.2005 Journal – Business Logistics Many firms now place emphasis on leveraging logistics capabilities as a source of competitive advantage. Brian S January. Page | 70 . Flint. Gloss. This new reality. Vaaler. and Stank 1999. McNamara. organizations have focused on delivering customer value through logistics as a means of remaining competitive (Mentzer. Bowersox. and unconventionally and advantages are rapidly created and eroded (D'Aveni 1994. Terry L. unexpectedly. Research propositions. Mentzer and Speh 1995). KECler. and Ozment 2000. many companies looking to compete embraced such strategic initiatives as price manipulation (Zarley and Rosa 1997). periods of sustained competitive advantage have grown shorter over time (Wiggins and Ruefli 2005.
Olavarrieta and Ellinger 1997). and less product failure (Bowersox and Closs 1996.com/p/articles/mi_qa3705/is_200701/ai_n21100380/pg_2/? tag=content.col1 Literature Review: 4 Title: The Impact of Logistics on the Demand for Mature Industrial Products Authors : William R. when implemented through a successful marketing strategy. timely delivery. which. At this stage. and Vickery 1996. Mentzer and Williams 2001. logistics leverage represents a "positional advantage" for the company. John Ozment European Journal of MarketinYear: 1989 Volume: 23 Issue: 2 Page: 47 Managers usually dread the prospect of dealing with products in the mature stage of their life cycle. Ultimately. Grant M.col1 http://findarticles. As such. and it suggests that there are advantages in competing on these dimensions. Abstract: Logistics leverage has been defined as the achievement of excellent and superior logistics performance. Frequently overlooked as an element in the overall marketing strategy is what we call the Logistics Mix. Leveraging logistics allows organizations to achieve customer satisfaction through inventory availability. creates recognizable value for customers (Mentzer and Williams 2001). products become generic in nature leading to little gain from promotion and the extensive use of discounts and other price-sensitive competitive ploys because of intensive competition. Day 1994. Droge. profits fall drastically. Darden. Davis. It is a value added service that the customer recognizes as imp Page | 71 .com/p/articles/mi_qa3705/is_200701/ai_n21100377/?tag=content. This article presents a model that includes dimensions of logistics service that are hypothesised to impact on the demand for industrial products. Morash.
Chapter 9 ANNEXURE Questionnaire
1) What are the raw materials required for the production process? 2) How many vendors are supplying the raw materials and name the materials supplied by them. 3) What is the process of vendor selection adopted in the company? 4) What is the process of procurement of raw materials? 5) How the negotiation process with the vendors are carried out. 6) What is the process of ordering for raw material? What are the cost incurred per order? 7) What is the mode of payment for vendors? 8) What is the credit period available to the company from its vendors? 9) Which is the mode of transportation used for procurement of raw material and delivery of finished goods? 10) What are the cost incurred for the process of transportation?
11)What is the process of receivables management process adopted in KEC?
12) What is the basis of calculating Quantity to be ordered ? what is the process of placing an order? 13) What is the minimum and maximum level of storage of raw material? 14) What is the process of material handling? 15) Explain the procedures of internal and external orders 16) What are the software used for warehousing and inventory management? 17) What are the various costs involved in ware house and inventory management?
18)Explain the mode of transportation used in KEC
19) What are the various costs involved in transportation ?
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20) Transportation process is a. Contract basis b. Owned c. Rented 21) Explain the process of exporting the finished good REFERENCES: LIST OF BOOKS: 1) “Logistics and supply chain management ” Editors- G. Raghuram and N Rangaraj Published By- Macmillan india ltd First Edition: 2000 ISBN:0333933427 2) “marketing management” Editors team- Philip kotler, K.L KECler, Abraham koshy, M Jha Edition – 13 Published By- Dorling Kindersley[india] pvt ltd ISBN: 978-81-317-1683-0 3) “Marketing channels” Editors team- Pelton, Lumpkin Edition – 2 Published by : McGraw-Hill Higher Education LIST OF WEBSITES: 1) <a:clrMap mlns:a="http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/drawingml/2006/main" bg2="lt2" tx2="dk2" accent1="accent1" accent2="accent2" bg1="lt1" tx1="dk1"
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A THESIS ON “An analytical study on the impact of logistics management and its impact on sales at Kirloskar Electric Company Ltd-Bangalore”
Submitted by YAHYA KHAN H.I 8NBTM014 INC-TUMKUR Under the Guidance Ms. SAHANA.G.R Finance Faculty INC TUMKUR
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The findings and conclusion of the data for this report is based on the information gathered through the interaction with the departmental heads of Kirloskar Electric Company Ltd-Bangalore and Thesis guide.I) Page | 77 . DATE: PLACE: Tumkur (YAHYA KHAN H. here by declare that this Management Thesis-II entitled“ An analytical study on the impact of logistics management and its impact on sales at Kirloskar Electric Company Ltd-Bangalore” has been prepared by me and has not been submitted to any other university or institution for the award of any degree or diploma. a student of ICFAI National College.DECLARATION I am Yahya khan.
I do thank all my friends who have directly and indirectly helped me in completion of this Thesis.R Mr.Divya. I would like to share with all those who have played a notable part in its making.G. I sincerely thank our Campus Co-ordinator Ms.K. assistance. Sahana. Page | 78 . our Thesis guide Ms. So the accolades I earn for this project. And last. I feel indebted to many and extend my heart full gratitude and profusely thank those people who not only gave assistance to me but also participated in making of this project. guidance and unending support provided. Subbanna and Mr. In this few months that I have worked on it.Acknowledgment A Student collects accolades in the form of grades for the success in his endeavors and this success depends on adequate preparation and indomitable determination and the most important of all the support he/she receives from his/ her guides. Mahaver and all for their valuable advice.
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