Materiall Visibility In Oversea Transports

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Materiall Visibility In Oversea Transports
Material Visibility In Oversea Transports
Matthias Haberstroh, Heiko Müller
ZF Friedrichshafen AG
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Agenda
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Realities In Oversea Transports
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Projekt Targets / "To Be" - Process
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Overview Interfaces / IT-Concept
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Experiences / Use Cases
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Implementation Status and Outlook
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Agenda
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Realities In Oversea Transports
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Projekt Targets / "To Be" - Process
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Overview Interfaces / IT-Concept
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Experiences / Use Cases
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Implementation Status and Outlook
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Material Visibility In Oversea Transports
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A Brief Profile OF ZF
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Realities In Oversea Transports
 The ZF material planner does no know if and when the supplier shipped
 We assume that the supplier ships parts (material numbers and
quantities) at the right time at the right quantity
 Daily in-house inventory checks
 Calling the supplier for shipment dates and quantities
 Calling freight forwarders for pick up dates and “expected” departure
and arrival times
 Calling freight forwarders again and again (during sea transport) to get
new estimated arrival times
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Realities In Oversea Transports
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Projekt Targets / "To Be" - Process
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Overview Interfaces / IT-Concept
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Experiences / Use Cases
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Implementation Status and Outlook
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„To Be“ Process In Oversea Transports
 The ZF material planner does always see in his standard
SAP-System if and when the supplier has shipped parts
(material numbers and quantities)
 The ZF material planner does always have an updated
“estimated arrival time” in his standard SAP-System
 The concept will even work when there will be changes of
freight forwarders in oversea transports
Benefits expected:
– Ability to track and monitor shipments from the time the supplier ships until delivery at ZFplant
– Possible automation of goods receiving process, even for non EDI-suppliers
– Drastic reduction in supplier inquiries (phone & email)
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Projekt Targets / "To Be" - Process
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Overview Interfaces / IT-Concept
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Experiences / Use Cases
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Implementation Status and Outlook
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ZF Internal Targets
 To have a standard SAP-implementation/integration as a reference for
other plants
– Reference implementation at ZF-North America SAP
 To have defined ZF standard EDI-interfaces based on UN-EDIFACT
messages
 To have a validated concept how to roll-out this functionality to other
ZF-plants, logistic service providers / forwarders and suppliers
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Process Chart
1. Lieferabruf
1. DELFOR
Brazil
ASN
North America
classical EDIsupplier
3. Supplier ASN
EDI-Hub
Shipment Status
Web EDIsupplier
Shipment Status
- 2.ORDRSP - 3.1 DESADV
- 4. IFT-STAT
1. DELFOR (Copy)
…..
Web EDIsupplier
2.Transport booking process
(=> on part number level)
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Process Chain – Involved Parties And Timeline
Timeline
Goods receiving
booking
Sending delivery
schedule
ZF
Supplier
ZF
LSP
Pick Up
⇒ DESADV supplier
and or LSP
Received
CFS (LCL)
Booking
⇒ Web or paper form (supplier) => DESADV LSP Shipped
⇒ ORDRSP LSP
Arrived /
Customs
Cleared
=> IFTSTAT LSP
=> DESADV LSP
Handed
Over
3rd Party
=> IFTSTAT LSP
Processes / Status
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Agenda
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Realities In Oversea Transports
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Projekt Targets / "To Be" - Process
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Overview Interfaces / IT-Concept
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Experiences / Use Cases
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Implementation Status and Outlook
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Experiences And Use Cases
Experiences
 Increasing performance of long supply chains
– Save unplanned expedited freight costs
– Less inventory
– Better delivery performance
Usage in ZF:
 Critical supply chains
– long lead time
– low value add in ZF production
– Missing electronic ASN supplier data
 Modular component in supply chain execution with ZF logistic service providers
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Realities In Oversea Transports
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Projekt Targets / "To Be" - Process
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Overview Interfaces / IT-Concept
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Experiences / Use Cases
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Implementation Status and Outlook
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Implementation Status And Outlook
Current Implementation
 From Europe to the regions North - and South America
 Axle system plants => best practice
What´s next:
 Due to the globalization increasing material flows from the regions to
Europe
 To cover also material flows from Europe to Asia Pacific
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Thanks for your attention
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