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A PROJECT REPORT Submitted by R.DINESH KUMAR (412511631031) In partial fulfilment for the award of the degree Of
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SRI SAI RAM INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES CHENNAI
ANNA UNIVERSTIY: CHENNAI MAY 2013
ANNA UNIVERSTIY: CHENNAI BONAFIDE CERTIFICATE Certified that this project report “A STUDY ON PACKAGING
STANDARDIZATION FOR INBOUND LOGISTICS” is the bonafide work of “R.DINESH KUMAR” (Reg no. 412511631031) who carried out the project work under my supervision.
EXTERNAL GUIDE : MR.V.NAGARAJA RAO AGM (MPS, Imports & Corp Logistics) ASHOK LEYLAND
INTERNAL GUIDE : Mr K.MARAN HEAD OF THE DPMT SIMS
I would like to thank Ashok Leyland for giving me platform to harness my knowledge and skills in the field of supply chain management and operations by giving me opportunity to work on the project “A STUDY ON PACKAGING STANDARIZATION SYSTEM FOR INBOUND LOGISTICS”.
I would like to extend my heartfelt gratitude and sincere thanks to Mr. V. Nagaraja Rao and Mr. Srinath Kasam, who guided, encouraged and supported me throughout the project. They were there to help me at each and every moment and his invaluable inputs served as guiding light throughout the project work.
Also I would like to sincerely thank the entire Ashok Leyland Ambattur Unit Team for making the internship as memorable one. I really enjoyed each and every moment working with team and i appreciate the freedom provided to me by Ashok Leyland in working on this project.
2 FLEXOL INDIA PVT LTD 7. ABOUT THE PROJECT .2 MILK RUN COLLECTION 6.3 OFFICE COLLECTION 6.1 ALAU OPERATION 5 5.1 ALAU COLLECTIONS 6 6.2 INDIAN PACKAGING INDUSTRY 2.2 EXPORTING PACKAGING 5.3 EXPORTING PROCESS 6.LIST OF CONTENTS CHAPTER NO.3 CHEP INDIA PVT LTD 7.3 GLOBAL PACKAGING INDUSTRY 3 4 COMPANY PROFILE INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS 5.4 INTER UNIT LOGISTICS 7.1 INDUSTRY PROFILE 2 2.1 PACKAGING COMPANIES 7 7.4 GOODPACK PVT LTD 8 9 10 11 POOLING CONCEPT ALTERNATIVE PACKAGING MATERIAL SUPPLIERS PROFILES COMPARISON ANALYSIS CONCLUSION PAGE NO. TITLE ABSTRACT 1 ABOUT THE PROJECT 2.
Packaging as an industry had grown enormously and had become the value added and mandatory service in the outsourcing industry. Inplant logistics – outsourcing of packaging & services had emerged recently in the industry. Transportation. it is going to carry. “End to End”Concept which involves bundling of services to a single stake holders to leverage the „Total Cost of Ownership‟.ABSTRACT Standardization of packaging system with reference to transportable products bestows a host of issues encompassing factors leading to the proper selection of products. In addition to warehousing. Sustainability is achieved by deployment of Environmental friendly packing by emphasizing on 3R – Returnable. there are lots of vendors who come forward in outsourcing these packaging material to Ashok Leyland. quantum and mass of the products. based on their quoted price. The first one address the establishment of a cost-cutting mechanism/strategy in selecting a proper package material among various alternatives such as plastic bins. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW . Selecting a proper vendor. A sound comprehension of these issues would obviously contribute towards arriving at profitable scenario and also obliterate the perils leading to inappropriate decision making. metal bins that comes in different sizes and transporting as well. Recyclable and Reusable materials. In this current milieu. their commitment is of utmost important and also is the second issue addressed in this research. New and innovative business models are evolving in the industry like „pay per usage model‟ to pay on rental basis concept. This research focuses on two contemporary issues regarding standardization of packing system. their respective quantum and a precise packaging based on the type of product. their experience in the field. The type of package material depends on the type.
5 percent in the December '06 quarter. Companies use color codes for the materials to be stored in the warehouse.The large growing middle class. against a growth of 29. but also important in the other functional areas of the company. The packaging design should consider maximize the ease of handling the material in the warehouse and during transportation. The packaging is not only important in the warehouse but also during the transportation. To the marketer. liberalisation and organised retail sector are the catalysts to growth in packaging. The main important function of the packaging is to provide the information about the product it contains. Goods stored in the warehouse should have proper identification so that warehouse personnel can easily locate and load the materials correctly.5 percent during Q3 FY08. The company should note the weight of the material in the packaging so that it can be easy for the people to know about the rest of the top material on it. Packaging is a concern to marketing. packaging may be a method of selling or at least a method of providing product information.PACKAGING Packaging interacts with the logistics system in a number of different and important ways. production and legal. . The size of and protection afforded by the package affect the type of material handling equipment used and the level of product damage incurred. Production managers are concerned with the cost of placing goods into the package and package size.The industry is growing at the rate of 22-25 per cent per annum. It does not contribute to the product‟s value but on logistics cost is considerable. Packaging is very much important in the logistics and supply chain management.000 crore.In the next five years. the sector is expected to triple to around $ 60 bn. The package must also provide how the material should be handled.More than 80 percent of the total. A major concern in the packaging is ease of handling with the handling and transportation.The net profit of the packaging industry spurted 104. INDIAN PACKING MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY The highly fragmented packaging industry is estimated at Rs 8.
with consumers reliant on packaging for food safety and transportability in particular. representing 5 million jobs. Packaging technology has been undergoing rapid development over the past few decades. The explosion of supermarkets and convenience foods would not have been possible without developments in packaging. The estimated to be around 6 mn tones. according to the World Packaging Organization.GLOBAL PACKAGING MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY The global packaging material and machinery industry generates $500 billion yearly. Sustainability is a major issue for the packaging industry moving forward as companies reliant on the industry are obliged to comply with changing government legislation encouraging recycling.000 packaging manufacturing companies in operation. There are 100. Producing lightweight alternatives to traditional packaging is also key as companies seek to cut transport costs.packaging in India constitutes rigid packaging.Recent advances in environmentally friendly packaging are helping packaging manufacturers meet demand for recyclable products as consumers seek to reduce waste and limit the harmful impact of modern living on the environment. of which about 40 percent is consumed by the packaging industryremaining 20 percent comprises . accounting for between 1% and 2% of gross domestic product in industrialized nations.
.flexible packaging .There are about 600-700 packaging machinery manufacturers. Indian packaging machinery exports are rapidly growing India's per capita packaging consumption is less than $ 15 against worldwide average of nearly $ 100. 95percent of which are in the small and medium sector located all over India .
trucks in the entire truck range starting from 7. the Hinduja group.5 tons to 49 tons. Ashok Motors was set up in Madras by him. The company‟s destiny and the name changed soon with the equity participation by British Leyland and Ashok Leyland commenced manufacture of commercial vehicles in 1955. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.COMPANY PROFILE ASHOK LEYLAND HISTORY The origin of Ashok Leyland can be traced to the urge for self reliance. India‟s first Prime Minister persuaded Mr.a British-based transnational conglomerate started by Indian expatriates. for the assembly of Austin Cars. felt by independent India. Since then Ashok Leyland has had a major presence in the Indian commercial vehicles industry with a tradition of technological expertise and top class quality at affordable prices. more people than the entire Indian rail network. State Transport Undertakings (STU)usefour Ashok Leyland buses out of every five. Later. In 1948. COMPANY ACTIVITY MISSION GEMBA Gathering for meeting at every morning to discuss about yesterday dispatch and current planning. . the second largest commercial vehicle company in India in the medium and heavy commercial vehicle (M&HCV) segment manufacturing buses ranging from 19seaters to 80seaters. The company claims to carries over 60 million passengers a day. In the populous Indian metros. took over the company. Ashok Leyland. Raghunandan Saran. an industrialist. to enter into automotive manufacturing.
viz. State-of-the-art facility at Pantnagar. Rajasthan. special application vehicles and engines. leading the manufacture of heavy vehicles for the past five decades. Uttarakhand.MANUFACTURING PLANTS Ashok Leyland has seven manufacturing plants in India. buses. offers a world class range of trucks.Hosur I. The product portfolio of Ashok Leyland is shown below: ASHOK LEYLAND BUSES . Tamilnadu. Maharashtra. exports to over 40 countries in the world. The total covered space of all these plants put together exceeds 650. The manufacturing plants are The mother plant at Ennore and a central hub at Ambattur.000 sq m and together employ 12000 personnel. Assembly plant at Alwar. Three plants at Hosur. Assembly plant at Bhandara. Hosur II and a Press Shop (CPPS). PRODUCT PORTFOLIO Ashok Leyland. both in Chennai.
They are especially suited to Indian conditions. Tractors 5. 35 lakhs. such as the vestibule and double – decker buses. Multi axles Tippers 3. carrying ammunitions. The vehicles are available in diesel and CNG variant with a capacity ranging from 13 to 67 seaters. containers. recovering and towing vehicles (up to a payload of 7. The entire range of products is as follows: 1) Viking BS1 4) Cheetah BS2 7) Double Decker 2) Viking BS2 5) Panther Luxury 8) Vestibule Bus 3) 12M Bus 6) Stag Bus 9) Airport Tarmac 10) Luxura Magical India Bus TRUCKS Ashok Leyland manufactures trucks of various capacities that take any task with ease.1 lakhs to Rs. The entire gamut of trucks includes: 1. transit carrying and recovery vehicles. The trucks come in haulage models which can be used in quarries for transportation of sand and earth or as hippo models which can used for application like acid tankers.Ashok Leyland produces buses covering 75 hp to 400 hp. re-fuellers. The vehicles used for defence and special purposes offer superior performance in terms of .5 Ton) etc. in the price range of Rs. Multi axle Vehicles 4. such as firefighting. 6. Haulage Models 2. made to negotiate through the Indian terrain that is often unfriendly for trucks. Ashok Leyland pioneered various concepts of buses in India. Ecomet DEFENCE AND SPECIAL PURPOSE Ashok Leyland produces vehicles for Indian defence and for special purposes.
2. acceleration.power generation and marine applications. as shown below: 1. speed boats. ferries etc. LOGISTICS AT AHOK LEYLAND Ashok Leyland has a vast vendor base and to manage the logistics at its hub. sailing vessels. etc. The engines are classified into three types based on their applications.speed. Marine diesel engines – Used in Trawlers. compressors. carrying capacity and capability to perform on the tarmac and off-the-road. THIRD PARTY LOGISTICS Third Party Logistics provider (3PL) is a firm that provides logistics services to companies for part or sometimes all of their supply chain management function. Third Party Logistics service providers typically specialize in integrated warehousing and transport services . The range of products is given below: DEFENCE VEHICLES 1) Light Recovery Vehicle 2) Stallion 3) Field Artillery Tractor 4) Water Browser 5) Comet SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES 1) Rapid Interaction Vehicle 2) Hippo Tractor 3) Beaver Tractor and Haulage 4) Hippo Haulage ENGINES Ashok Leyland manufactures diesel engines in collaboration with world leaders for industrial. Engines for special applications – Used in pavers. Ashok Leyland has outsourced them to third party logistics service providers namely TVS Logistics and Mahindra Logistics. excavators.
Transportation activity is being done by AL-approved transporters – key 9 Transporters as per the agreed rates and terms in the contract. Transporters need to ensure for Ontime delivery within the agreed transit days between source & destination ( Sample case as below) - . The use of third-party logistics providers has grown steadily since their inception in the 1980‟s and continues to grow. Milk run collection is being outsourced to TVS Logistics and Hub operations are being done through Mahindra Logistics.that can be scaled and customized to customer needs based on market conditions and the demand and delivery requirements for their products and materials. Materials are collected thro‟ Milk run collection (AL Scope) or by office collection (Supplier Scope) . Many large organizations have either partially or fully outsourced their logistics operations. which are consolidated at hub and are then dispatched to the respective units in FTL. smaller organizations have been slow to follow. ALAU OPERATIONS Ashok Leyland is operating 7 manufacturing plants spread across India. however. However most of the suppliers are south based suppliers (150-200 no‟s). Ashok Leyland is having a huge supplier base (500+ no‟s) spread across India. Inorder to service to the Northern plants ( PNR / ALW / BHD) – AL is operating at Hub in Chennai which is called as Ambattur Hub.
Common items Packaging – All the other parts apart from Aggregates are being packed at Ambattur hub and are stuffed into the containers.Milk run collection ALWAR SUPPLIERS ALAU HUB BHANDARA Office collection PANT NAGAR EXPORTING PROCESS Ashok Leyland is executing Export operations to Russia and Ukraine in SKD form and delivery is being done in KIT-Format. . For Export operation –AL had outsourced the packaging operation to a third party service provider – M/s FLEXOL Packaging Ltd who would execute “End to End Packaging activity” Packaging activity is being done in two modes – 1. Axles (Front & Rear) and Frame are being done at Ennore 2. Gearbox. Aggregated based Packaging – Packaging of Engine.
EXPORTING PROCESS Receiving material Destuffing Packaging Consolidation Stuffing .
Flow chart of Export operation Warehouse Consolidation Stuffing CFS(Customs procedure) Port of loading .
Milk run collection 2. TVS Logistics collects material from 85 suppliers every day in various areas like Gummidipoondi (two routes). the manifest is verified at the TVS Logistics office at Ashok Leyland and cleared for errors if any. . MM Nagar and Point Collection (two routes). Guindy. TVS Logistics takes care of the milkrun process at Chennai. Office collection 3. Coimbatore. At Ashok Leyland the material is Inwarded at the gate. is a logistic technique for the collection and transportation of goods from suppliers by the logistics service provider with a defined delivery route. Perungudi. Hosur and Bangalore. All the collected material is consolidated at the hub store wise and the material is loaded in truck the day material is collected. The manifest is created at the hub for all the items in the truck. The next day. In the milk run process at Chennai.ASHOK LEYLAND COLLECTIONS 1. Before inwarding the material at gate. Quality Control processed (for non-self certified items) stores processed and then the material reaches the assembly line. in which various stops are planned and executed in terms of quantities and timings. Inter Unit Logistics MILK RUN COLLECTION Milk run process. material is dispatched from the hub to Ashok Leyland. Ambattur (four routes). In the milk run process the suppliers and the logistics service providers are given the material collection schedule. rather than awaiting the delivery from the suppliers. At Ashok Leyland. Goods Receipt Note (GRN) processed.
The logistic carrier may be owned by the supplier or the goods will be sent by other approved logistics service provider. In this model of supply the schedule is given to the suppliers only. Goods Receipt Note (GRN) processed. Before inwarding the material at gate. in which the supplier is responsible for transporting the goods. . the manifest is verified for errors if any.OFFICE COLLECTION Office collection is a logistic technique for transporting the goods from suppliers. the errors are cleared and then inwarded at the gate. If there are any errors. At Ashok Leyland the material is Inwarded at the gate. For these logistics service provider the amount will be paid in the part costing by Ashok Leyland. Quality Control processed (for non-self certified items) stores processed and then the material reaches the assembly line. The supplier takes care of sending the material.
. At the plant. Hosur and Alwar units. Mahindra Logistics takes care of the logistics at Bhandara and Alwar units. The production department at all the units supports each other for the requirement of material. the material is validated and cleared for errors if any.INTER UNIT LOGISTICS Inter unit logistics is a logistic technique for transporting the goods between various units of Ashok Leyland. A manufacturing schedule is devised and given to the production department. Before inwarding at the gate. Goods Receipt Note (GRN) is generated. The logistics service provider collects the materials from the production unit and transports it to the required plant. and then the material reaches the assembly line. TVS Logistics takes care of the inter unit process at Chennai. TVS Logistics and Mahindra Logistics takes care of the inter unit process.the material is inwarded at the gate.
We offer Comprehensive Packing Solutions for automotive. i. We strive to provide the very best value for money to our customers. aerospace.FMCG. key suppliers and a competitive analysis to assess the competencies in line to matching of the requirements for AL. Our commitment to Environment & Society is reflected through Green and Clean Initiatives. Flexol company providing service to ashok leyland for rental per day basis.PACKAGING COMPANIES Project is to focus on study of the Packaging industry. retail. FLEXOL Packaging India Pvt Ltd is a choiceComplimentarian partner focused on Packaging Solutions. Foldable Mesh Container . Few of the Packaging companies profile is studied & created below FLEXOL PACKAGING INDIA LTD Flexol packing india limited founded in 2010 as a young company. industrial. health care and agriculture applications.
Foldable Metal Container . Re Usable Containers iii.ii. Green Pallet iv.
1 Wooden pallets 2 Plastic pallets 3 Display pallets 4 Automotive folding container .CHEP INDIA PACKAGING LTD Chep is an international company dealing in pallet and container pooling services.Chep provides a full range of pallets for pooling. Automotive. Fresh Food and Manufacturing industries. serving customers in a range of industrial and retail supply chains. Consumer Goods. Chemical. Chep is a leading provider of pallet and container pooling services for the Aerospace.
5 Automotive crates and container 6 Reusable plastic crates WHY CHEP ACCESS VALUE ADDED SERVICE CHEP serves over 500. GAIN OPERATIING EFFICIENCY Delays in the supply chain cost every business money. .000 customer touch points around the world with superior products and technology every day. provide an environmentally sustainable platform and save customers time and money. The time spent sorting and inspecting white wood or exchange pallets. CHEP understands that an efficient supply chain is a competitive advantage teams are continually working on new products and offerings to provide continuous improvement to customers. cleaning up Durable and innovative pallets and containers reduce product damage.
CHEP regularly shares learning across regions to leverage best practice for all customers. is by definition an environmentally sustainable concept. . The pooling model encourages the repair and reuse of pallets and broken or damaged components are recycled rather than sent to landfill. CHEP has pooled pallets and containers since 1958.BENEFITS FROM OVER 50 YEARS Chep has pooled pallets and containers for over 50 years. REDUCE PRODUCTS DAMAGE A shipping platform should not only deliver products to their destinations. USE A WORLDWIDE NETWORK OF OFFICES AND PRODUCTS CHEP's global reach is unsurpassed. The business has grown from a single country in 1958 to over 50 countries today. but should also provide maximum protection. Chep only uses lumber from tree farms. Chep's durable pallets. Chep makes every effort to operate in an environmentally sustainable manner. RPCs and containers ALWAYS RECEIVE HIGH QUALITY AND DURABLE PRODUCTS All chep equipment is designed to withstand the abuses of today's global supply chain. which are a responsible and sustainable source of timber. the combining and sharing of assets in a common effort. In addition the chep Engineering and Innovation Centre teams are continually working on new products and offering to provide continuous improvements to customers. serving over 500.000 customer touch points in over 50 countries from a network of over 744 service centre. USE ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTS Pooling.
is principally engaged in the business of renting its patented.The company has a worldwide presence and through its global network of subsidiaries and regional offices. food and chemical industries. Goodpack. Major customers include key tyre and automotive manufacturers. The company is a global company providing cost leading. with the world's largest fleet of over 2. returnable metal box system called GoodPacks. North and South America and Oceania. provides comprehensive services of delivery & collection of the GoodPack and technical support to all clients globally.GOOD PACK COMPANY LTD Good pack a Singapore homegrown company provides a patented unique packaging alternative for bulk cargo to replace wooden boxes and metal drums for cost and environmental advantages. innovative and creative IBC (Intermediate Bulk Container) supply chain solutions. each of which can hold 1. Middle East. Asia. Goodpack IBCs are used in over 70 countries and more than 5000 locations worldwide. The company own and operate the world's largest fleet of over 2.6 million Intermediate Bulk Containers (GoodPacks). . leased to MNCs in diverse industries including the rubber and tire. and the operations span the globe including Africa. and general merchandisers. Europe. chemicals and juice producers.6 million steel IBCs.5 tons of goods. multi-modal.
Another major advantage is that hidden costs will be visible and the total cost lower. the customer rents the IBC for a period of 1 year or more. The company offers both standardised and customised pool solutions. POOLING CONCEPTS As an alternative to purchasing returnable packaging. The standard pool can be provided all over india and customers can be found in many industries. the customer is free to use the IBC in any location according to their business requirements whilst being responsible for the maintenance of the IBC. the customer rents the IBC on a per trip basis. provides a pooling service where packaging and logistics are offered at a daily rental fee. The pool is monitored through a webbased application run by Logistics. During the rental period. Upon the expiry of the rental period. The packaging circulates in a closed loop so no company in the link will face problems with either unnecessary packaging or investment in physical units. TERM RENTAL Under the term rental agreement.PRODUCTS LEASING SOLUTION TRIP RENTAL Under the trip rental agreement. . Good pack will pick up the IBC at the location pre-specified by the customer at the start of the leasing period. There are also customised pools with tailor-made packaging solutions for customers who do not find standard packaging material suitable for their logistics flows. The rental period of a trip is based on the start of the Good pack IBC delivered to the customer's pre-specified location till the pickup of IBC by Good pack at the customer's consignee.
7. Reduce environmental impact with reusable packaging. 3. . Focus on core business. Save on capital expenditure with no obsolete equipment on the balance sheet. 8. Reduce staff costs with no pallet procurement or disposal programs to manage. Meet supply needs during times of seasonal or unexpected spikes as equipment is available on-demand. 5. 6. Solve materials handling requirements with access to advice from industry experts. Gain greater budget flexibility as only pay for what you need. not equipment pooling.no capital outlay for one way pallets or shipping platforms. 4. Save on storage costs by holding less pallet inventory . 2. when you need it. Reduce operational costs .can collect and return pallets to chep at any time.THE BENEFITS POOLING FOR THE BUSINESS 1. 9.
NO DESCRIPTION FLEXOL CHEP GOOD PACK 1 Type of products Re Usable Containers Green Pallet Foldable Metal Container Wooden pallets Plastic pallets Import pallets/export pallets Aviation pallets Container Bins 2 Pooling Service Providing CHEP have been providing for a long period Not providing 23 years Global Yes Yearly Yes 3 4 5 6 7 Experience Services Reverse logistics Contract Maintenance 2.COMPARISON AMONG PACKAGING COMPETITORS S.5 years Domestics Yes Yearly Yes 50 years Global Yes According to demand Yes From the above comparison made shows that CHEP is the best competitor among the packaging competitor .
This study focusses on analyzing various aspects of packaging material.NEED OF THE STUDY One of major important work in exporting the products is packaging. It is necessary to do right packing for the right product in order to avoid environmental hazards and to deliver the product to the customer as it is recquired. . It is important to analyse the packaging quality. supplier and the cost incurring.
To understand and analyze the current packaging operations Cost and competitive analysis on Packaging operations pertaining to AL Profiling of the Packaging vendors .OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY To study the current Inbound logistics operations at Ashok Leyland.
.SCOPE OF THE STUDY The scope of this project is to study the existing method of packaging system in Ashok Leyland hub at Ambattur. Improve CBM & Eco friendly packaging mode. This research helps to suggest alternative package to better of space utilization and avoid the maintenance of the packing equipment.
We are also experienced in large quantitative and qualitative projects management. research methodology is the way to systematically solve the research problem. collection. . planning.RESEARCH METHODOLOGY INTRODUCTION: Research methodology is considered as the nerve of the project. Research methodology not only talks of the methods but also logic behind the methods used in the context of a research study ant it explains why a particular method has been used in the preference of the other methods. ensure that your project will be delivered within time and budget. company documents and internet. which work as a base for drawing conclusion and getting result. decision support. The objective of present study can be accomplished by conducting a systematic collection of information. The project was based on the control of organizations inventory. Analytical Research has strong ability in performing sophisticated stastical analysis and interpreting their findings within the research context. The main objective of survey was to collect appropriate data. RESEARCH DESIGN: The research design used for the study was ANALYTICAL in nature. Therefore. Analytical research takes information that has been gathered and looks at what it shows such as trends. Without a proper wellorganized research plan. Our findings are based on well-designed and appropriate techniques providing well supported findings adequate for answering complex research questions. The secondary data are collected with the help of relevant books. journals. it is impossible to complete the project and reach to any conclusion. The market research is the systematic design. analysis and reporting of data and findings. and informative for policy making. This study complies the help of secondary data.
1.9.1 ANALYTICAL TOOLS: COST ANALYSIS .
26 1.72 0.79 17.61 12.25 274.66 Total cost per bin per trip 10.50 41.15 33.13 15.24 12. Finally the cost of packaging is calculated by using cost of crate per trip. log cost 0.95 No.9 1.COST ANALYSIS The analysis made in the above table shows that crate is the more cost effective than carton boxes.8 Cost per bin per trip 9. The expected cost of the crate per trip is calculated using the price of the crate and expected number of trips. Dimension 300*200*100 400*300*120 400*300*140 400*300*220 600*400*220 Rev.69 18.46 Bin type S A B C D Bin size Carton box price(INR) Crate(14403) rate(INR) 27.5 284.85 16.5 630 569.41 35.75 .45 36.63 0. Points to note: The existing packaging cost incurred in carton box is 1500 for 50 trips but in crate the cost incurred is only INR 1373 which we saves INR 127 for a month.65 45. The expected life of crate is more than the carton box.75 56.of times using per month Saving per month Saving per annum 1524 7560 6831 3294 3417 300*200*100 400*300*120 400*300*140 400*300*220 600*400*220 30 47 52 59 65 50 60 55 65 70 127.
Key Takeaway: Depending on the business requirement – the packaging solution needs to be adopted as below a) For shorter distance and long-term association either supplier or AL can invest in Plastic Crates b) For longer distances – it is advisable to deploy rental concept depending on the feasibility of reverse logistics and cost factor. c) If cost is the criteria we will be compelled few times to use carton boxes for packaging mode. .
7thfloor Mayuresh chambers Sec 11 CBD belapur Mumbai-400 614.AshokNagar.R. Behind Padi Shivan Temple.ALTERNATIVE PACKAGING MATERIAL SUPPLIER PROFILE S.Plastic pallets. 4 M.plywood boxes.Aviation pallets.Bins (MB5)product code 50-100 cr 704.3rd cross sipcot industrial park. C. Chennai – 6 Mr.A.Mahendra Mahajan 3 Flexol packaging pvt ltd Phone: 04426790933 / 26790932 Foldable Mesh Container Re Usable Containers FoldableMetalContainer 50L Mr. Chennai-600083 Ramya 6 G.corrugated boxes 7 S.J.NO SUPPLIER NAME DETAILS TYPE OF MATERIAL TURN OVER ADDRESS CONTACT PERSON 1 Chep india pvt ltd 9176646680(044) 28256052 Wooden pallets. Supplier (91)8377802909 corrugated boxes with partition.3rd Floor.india #183/A. Ambattur Industrial Estate.Athipet.ICross Street.Nagoor Gani 5 Lion pack 9884788725 CartonBox Manufacturers. Pycrofts GardenRoad. Kattupakkam.Automotive pallets 400 cr No 6/1 1st Floor. 9841594817 wooden boxes . Greames Road. Chennai New-17 Old-9. Enterprises Manufacturer. Padi.chennai Mr.Wooden and Plywood 45L 3/7Reddy Street. Display palletsImport pallets / export pallets.Madhavan M. Raja Street. wooden box 35L .Mount Ponamalle High Road.Traders 9841594819.plain corrugated box. Sekar 8 Ever shine wood packaging pvt ltd 9994192249 wooden pallet.PrintedBox 45L 161/146-D. Chennai – 600 056. 2nd Avenue. Gaurav Kapoor 2 Good pack india pvt ltd Tel: 91-22-41517800 Containers.amingikarai. Opp Sankara Nethralaya.M carton boxes 09953353347 cartons 65L Mr.Chennai-58 93-135. Mr.
KEY LEARNINGS: ALAU HUB OPERATIONS Milk Run collection Warehouse operations Packaging standards Transportation & Export operations .
CONCLUSION This research help to best alternative packaging solution and providing for efficient supply chain and reduction in material damage. . maximum utilization of space. Helps to identify the right vendor as per QCD (Quality. Cost & Delivery).
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