Part of the 8-Course Lean Warehousing Virtual Training Series
ON DEMAND (Original Air Date: Mon, Jun 24, 2019 | 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM EST)
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Length: 1-Hour Virtual/Instructor-Led Course (Recording)
Included: Interactive Exercises and Downloadable Template(s)
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.
During this course, attendees will:
• Learn the high-level requirements and process to implement an optimized PFEP strategy
• Discuss how to use these strategies to uncover opportunities for improving cash flow, reducing operating expenses, and improving quality
• Understand how PFEP affects and integrates primary business units including:
- Purchasing and replenishment
- Transportation procurement and operations
- Warehousing operations
Receive a 10% Discount and Earn a Lean Warehousing Certificate: Purchase the Whole Series as a Package
Instructor: John Szoke, Lean Deployment Executive
More About The Lean Warehousing Virtual Training Series:
- Instructor-led short courses on design, material flow, management systems and more.
- Taught by the LeanCor team of consultants who are transforming our clients' warehouses with proven lean best practices.
- Complete all eight courses and earn a Lean Warehousing certificate. (Or, just take the courses you need.)
- Topics include (in order of schedule):
- Principles of the Lean Warehouse and Customer Value
- Behavior-Based Safety
- Process Design for Material and Information Flow
- Warehouse Layout and Technology
- Strategic Inventory Management: Plan For Every Part (PFEP)
- Stability Tools – Takt Time and Resource Allocation
- Lean Management Systems: Visual Management, 5S and Standard Work
- Relentless Continuous Improvement in the Warehouse