If approved, the order will be transmitted electronically to the corporate office and the regional distribution center. At the distribution center, many stores’ orders are received, and all these requisitions are used to request orders from its supplier, MARs. Because demand can be difficult to predict, and because Target utilizes its own distribution centers that support multiple stores, they can place larger orders, and they can be almost assured that the goods purchased will be used at a store somewhere. Another advantage Target might recognize through its distribution centers is if one store has too much product, a request can be generated to return
At FCs, customers’ clicks transform into an order placements and eventually shipments via the assistance of employees and innovative technology. Amazon enforces its supply chain agility by stowing items in its inventory prior to customer demand, thus quickening product replenishment especially for the e-tailer’s grocery delivery service “AmazonFresh”. The company’s inventory is also stocked with products from third-party vendors. It essentially operates as a 3PL company through its “Fulfillment By Amazon” service (FBA) where Amazon stores, sells, and ships these items for outside sellers a commission fee. Once customers place orders on Amazon.com, “pickers” are informed of which specific items and subsequent barcodes to select the appropriate customer orders.
The organizations who involved in the supply chain are suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, retailers. Besides, transporters, warehouses, and more also contributes to the network. These organizations carry out functions such as new product development, marketing, operations, distribution, finance, and customer service. (Chopra, Sunil & Peter Meindl 2004). The network is connected when customers order a product from retailers, the retailers then order from distributors, and distributors order from manufacturers, and manufacturers get raw materials from suppliers.
Zara has taken into account consumer trends and with this, came up with products that are tailored to the consumers’ ever-changing needs and wants. This is Zara’s strategy and on this line of thought, the company has developed a supply chain that is able to respond quickly to a new trend and allows quick delivery of its products as well. Zara has many designs and constantly delivers them to its stores worldwide. It is able to achieve this feat through the use of machinery, which reduces the production and shipping time. H&M’s strategy combines the ones used by Uniqlo and Zara.
The supply chain is the series of links and shared processes that exist between supplier and customers. These links and processes involved all activities from the acquisition of raw material of the delivery of finished goods to the end consumer. Raw material enters into a manufacturing organization via supply system and is transformed into finished goods. The finished goods are then supplied to consumers through a distribution system. Generally, several companies are linked together on this process, each adding value to the product as it moves through the supply chain (Mohile,
The upstream supplier for this product are the suppliers who provide different kind of color, design, and shape of each raw material. Then it heads over to manufacturers to get design to the consumers demand and need. After that it is transported to a warehouse where are are places to get ready to be sent out to a distributor to sell to customers. This product has a return service if the customers feel that the material of the clothes they brought was not up to part thus giving them the ability to return the product as is. The primary information flow is the receipt that is given to the customer and the data that the store retain as data of the goods sold.
Aftab in purchasing department to make sure that action is in progress and that the design was communicated with our supplier so that we will have the material on time to start implementation down line and lunch the first batch. 2. Sales & Distribution Department Training: This training program which I took, I tried to understand all the aspects of the distribution channel. They consist of 1) Manufacturing & Production (in Al-Kharj, Haradh), 2) Sales & Distribution (Al-Riyadh, Sulay), 3) Customers (Key & Cash Accounts). And of course the department whom I belong to Marketing & Business Department at NADEC's Head Office.
3. The intern is challenged to expand professional skills, information, and capacity TOPIC CHOOSEN FOR THE STUDY CUSTOMER SATISFACTION: Customer satisfaction, means attainment the customer expectations through manufacturing the products according to the needs and wants of the customer. And make available them quality services.. Once the customers are fulfilled with the oragnisation then they stick on to the same brand for a longer period and can participate wit others competators for a longer period. In the market can get market share and earn market location in the market place and helpful for the business expansion. OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 1.
In today’s business world, with all the rapid change due to globalisation and the advancement of technology, organisations must stay alert to these changes and keep evolving to maintain a competitive advantage over their main competitors. The main way an organisation can keep this competitive advantages is through strong levels of employees performance within the organisations meaning globally organisation depend on their workers on a huge scale. Employees in an organisation have the power to improve the company’s overall performance meaning they are a major asset to any company around the world. In relation to this, human resource management has become an integral part of the overall company’s strategy. Human resources have played a huge part
Seimens aims to deliver quality products and services to maintain its world leading position and to remain competive in the market thus it needs people with high skills and knowledge . therefore training is needed to polish the skills and to make them more innovative and productive . so trained employees could make more profits and cost of new employees can be reduced by effective training programs. In adition valued , satisfy and skilled employee can empower the organization and gain a competitve advantage. By training and development program, seimens can ensure its long term business