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TitleOperation Management & Supply Chain Management in Philips India Final-smu
TagsSupply Chain Inventory Logistics Supply Chain Management Philips
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Table of Contents
                            MISSION
VALUES
STRATEGY
HISTORY
Philips started operations in India at Kolkata (Calcutta) in 1930. Established as “Philips Electrical Co. (India) Pvt Ltd”, the company comprised a staff of 75 and was a sales outlet for Philips lamps imported from overseas.
MARKET
ACHIEVEMENTS
PRODUCT
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
Promotion
Brand Values
	PRESENT SCENARIO
	BUSINESS EXCELLENCE
	Philips continuously explores new ways to improve products and to offer innovative products to its consumers. That’s why we have created a program through which we will reach higher and higher quality levels in all products and services. In fact, this quality improvement program affects all our employees and all our processes, in every country, division or department, encompassing everyone from Board of Management to the shop floor.
	Philips calls it:
	Business Excellence
	Our Measures:
	Speed and Teamwork
	Tools and approaches
	NEED FOR SCM
		Strategic
		Operational
	INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
	4.9 GOALS OF SUPPLY CHAIN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
	INVENTORY CONTROL
	Costs Associated With Inventories
	COST INVOLVED IN HOLDING STOCKS
	MATHEMATICAL MODELING FOR INVENTORY CONTROL
	4.15 MODERN INVENTORY CONTROL TECHNIQUES
		Sample Size
Main operations
	Moulding shop:-
		Work Study
	Time Study : The operational time of each machinery for eg. 20 seconds in case of compression machines etc. is pre-fixed and is set as per the requirements of products. The replacement time of fixtures and dyes is also predetermined and idle time is minimized.
		INCENTIVE SCHEMES
	GROUP INCENTIVES
	OTHER BONUS AND PROFIT-SHARING PLANS
	INCENTIVE SCHEMES
	Total Productive Maintenance
	COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN
	COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING
Centralised R&D Lab
	The use of robotics at assembly shop to perform complex operations like application of adhesive on tail lamps is a part of productivity measure being adopted by the company. A lot of time and cost is thus saved by this process.
	Job rotations:
	Ovens Mechanism
	Kaizen Activity
		S. No.
		Work Done
		Usage of the work done
		1.
		Lock provided on large capacity material storage bin (for L&T) Dryer)
		Contamination due to threads and packing material avoided.
		2.
		Hook provided to hang separate size pipe (like MTS, Breaded etc.)
		Easy to find, required size of pipe.
	Regular breaks
	Incentives schemes
	Different clip boards
	Arithmetic of accidents
		MATERIAL STORAGE
MATERIAL HANDLING
	EVALUATION OF INVENTORY MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE
		RATIOS
	INVENTORY TO GROSS WORKING CAPITAL
	INVENTORY TURN OVER RATIO
	INVENTORY CONVERSION PERIOD
Name : Mr. Abhishek Yadav
                        

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