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Analysis And Optimization Of Logistic Chain

3079 words - 13 pages

University of Žilina

Faculty of Operation and Economics of Transport and Communications

Student: Diana-Cristina

CONTENTS

1. Introduction ………………………………………………………………………….. 3
2.1 The Activity of the company………………………………………………3
2.2 Logistics activity…………………………………………..……………….4
2. The product and suppliers …………………………………………..………………....5
3. Chosen suppliers…………………………………………..………..……………….....9
4. Logistic System …………………………………………...………..………………...11
5.3 Distribution …………………………………………....………………....11
5.4 Warehousing …………………………………………....………………..12
5.5 Information flow …………………………………………....…………..12
5. Optimization of the logistic ...view middle of the document...

2.2 Logistics activity

Regarding logistics, the company owns a special warehouse for food products with optimal temperature and humidity, a system for following the commands in real time, more than 20 cars for indents and deliveries. The logistic process is the strategic administration of purchasing, handling and storing the materials, half-finished material and finished products inside the company. The aim is to satisfy the customers with the smallest costs for the company.
S.C. SPICUL S.A. chooses to handle logistics on their own, without hiring a specialized logistics company.
The main raw material is the wheat for bread manufacture. The wheat is purchased either from direct producers, either from farmers. In both situations they sign a contract for minimum 70% they need. The wheat is stored in the silo, and then it is grinded and processed in their own mill. The mill is used with the maximum capacity, but its useful effort is just 60% because the mill is very old.
The supplying is made by their own cars, and only if the costs of the transport are much bigger than another way of transportation, then they choose the other option.
The only market they use is national one. S.C. SPICUL S.A does not export anywhere. The most requests come from Bucharest and surroundings.
The distribution chain for the products consists of shops like supermarkets, hypermarkets, boutiques and en gross markets.

2. Product
The most famous and traditional product of this company, beside the normal bread, is the sweet bread (cozonac). It looks like a sponge cake, it is bigger than normal bread, it is sweet and it can contain cocoa, nuts, Turkish delight, raisins, etc. The basis product only needs white flour, eggs, bakery yeast, sugar and salt.

1. Wheaten flour

For this ingredient, the raw material they use is wheat, which they flour it in their own mill. They consider this is more profitable than buying processed flour.
The suppliers from which they can buy wheat are the following:

-S.C. COMCEREAL S.A. Vrancea
Address: District of Vrancea, Focsani city, Morilor Street, nr.2
Number and date of registration (Register of companies): J39/161/1996
Biggest warehouse: in Focsani city
Capacity of the warehouse: 38.000 tons (the biggest one in this region)
Quality of the product: Approved by: IQ Net Certified management System, SRAC Certificate nr. 4214, ISO 9001, SRAC Certificate nr.788, ISO 14001 and Safety Management of the food system, certificate nr 60.
Price: 0, 85 RON/kg
Distance: 185 km

-S.C. AGRICOLA S.A. Buzau
Adress: District of Buzau, Rodna Street, nr.5
Number and date of registration: J51/126/1992
Biggest warehouse: in Buzau city
Capacity of the warehouse: 42.000 tons
Quality of the product: Approved by: TUV CERT, certificate SR EN ISO 22000:2005 for high quality safety management of the food; DQS (Frankfurt Germany) certificate BRC-GFS: 2011 for implementing the global standards for the...

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