Part of the Transportation Management Strategy Series
Planning, Control, and Improvement from Design to Execution
ON DEMAND (Original Air Date: May 15, 2020 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET)
*Upon purchase you will be automatically be enrolled in the course and will receive login instructions for learn.leancor.com.
Format: 1-Hour Virtual, Instructor-Led Short Course
Included: Interactive Exercises and Downloadable Templates
A Plan For Every Part (PFEP) is a material flow plan that includes specific data on every part number coming from suppliers and every finished good SKU going to customers. This strategy, like other proactive strategies, focuses on implementing on “pull systems” where material replenishment is triggered by consumption at line side. But how does PFEP connect to transportation management? In this course, learn practical techniques and tools associated with:
- Inventory Right-Sizing
- High-Level Requirements for Implementation
- Connecting PFEP to Inbound and Outbound Material Flow
- PFEP Validation, Stackability Audits and Packaging Improvements
More About the Transportation Management Strategy Series
- This comprehensive program is designed for supply chain professionals with broad planning responsibilities, as well as those with more focused areas of concern who want to improve performance while reducing risk and cost in transportation management.
- Instructor-led short courses on lean logistics strategy, network design, supply chain risk, carrier management, and more.
- Recorded live, then available on demand with added exercises and resources
- Taught by the LeanCor team of logistics leaders who are operating and advancing our clients' supply chains with proven best practices.
- Complete all six courses and earn a Lean Transportation Management certificate. (And receive a 10% discount for purchasing all six together!)
- Topics include (in order of schedule):
- Building a Lean Logistics Strategy
- Plan For Every Part (PFEP) & Transportation Management
- Designing a Lean Transportation Network
- Planning for Supply Chain Risk & Resiliency
- Daily Logistics Execution: Supplier Management
- Daily Logistics Execution: Carrier Management
- John Szoke, Lean Deployment Executive - LeanCor Supply Chain Group
- Jordan Henricks, Sr. On-Site Supply Chain Manager - LeanCor Supply Chain Group