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Application of Lean Supply Chain

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Application of Lean Supply Chain

$229.99 $49.99

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Application of Lean Supply Chain

Understand how to manage your inventory by viewing this course. Slot allocation and indexing covers the visual management side of inventory in a warehouse. Tracking inventory addresses the many different types of tracking systems available to warehouse managers. Supermarkets and Waterspiders addresses how to separate Supermarkets from warehouses and Waterspiders from material handlers, and how these distinctions will assist your improvement operations. Considerations for finished goods addresses the many types of goods that flow through your facility. Warehouse capacity educates the viewer on what to observe as warehouse inventory saturates. This DVD consists of 11 videos with a total running time of 51:53.

Courses Included:

Course 1 – Inventory Management (5 Videos)

Inventory is one of the easiest wastes to identify. However, it is also one of the hardest to completely eliminate because there are often situations where it cannot be avoided.

  • Video 1 – Slot Allocation and Indexing for Inventory Management
  • Video 2 – Tracking Inventory in Warehouses
  • Video 3 – Supermarkets and Waterspiders for Lean Logistics
  • Video 4 – Understanding Different Categories of Inventory
  • Video 5 – Understanding Warehouse Capacity

Course 2 – Mixed Supplier Runs (3 Videos)

Mixed Supplier Runs (also known as “Milk Runs”) are a defining element of the Lean approach to supply chain management. This course illustrates the advantages of Mixed Supplier Runs, and then goes on to explain how they operate in different circumstances.

  • Video 1 – Advantages of Mixed Supplier Runs
  • Video 2 – Mixed Supplier Run Operations
  • Video 3 – Mixed Supplier Runs with Remote Suppliers

Course 3 – Packaging and Containers (3 Videos)

Many organizations do not put enough thought into the types of packaging materials they use within their supply chains. This is often a great area for improvements that can benefit overall supply chain operations.

    • Video 1 – Reusable Containers vs. Disposable Containers
    • Video 2 – Types of Containers and Dunnage
    • Video 3 – Determining Ownership of Containers

Number of Videos – 11

Running length – 51:53


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