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Predictive Scheduling & Loading
Predictive Scheduling & Loading

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Corinth CocaCola Paul Simon Rutherford Brendan Lesinski Presentation Overview Quick run through A highlevel run through of the process Posting actual orders A lowlevel run through of the process ID: 535152 Download Presentation

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Predictive Scheduling & Loading

Corinth Coca-Cola: Paul Simon

Rutherford: Brendan LesinskiSlide2

Presentation Overview

Quick run through.

A high-level run through of the process.

Posting actual orders.

A low-level run through of the process.

Setup

Customers

Warehouse(s)

Employees

Guest Presenter – Paul Simon

(Corinth Coca-Cola)Slide3
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Mock Run Through

Planning Tab

Routing Tab

Loading TabSlide8

Planning Tab

Process

Pick your warehouse.

Set the date.

Decide the # of past tickets to consider.

Compute.

Verify included stops.

Screen layout

Replenishment Needs

Equipment DetailSlide9

Routing Tab

Process

Highlight route with excess/incorrect stops (if any).

Highlight stops.

Choose new route.

Click move.

Screen layout

List of routes

List of stops

MapSlide10

Loading Tab

Process

Set buffer amount.

Choose your load method.

Click compute.

Adjust loads as needed.

Screen layout

List of routes

Load detail

Flavor usage detailSlide11

Record Setup

Warehouse

Employee

CustomerSlide12

Warehouse

Replenishment trigger

Controls

when machines are included or excluded to be visited by an employee on any given day

.

Predictive Adjustment

This setting inflates or deflates sales and loading

predictions

Can

be useful for seasonal routesSlide13
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Employee

Vending route minimums

Set

on a per item, per day

basis

Comes into

play during the loading stage of the vending

process

This is optional

Predictive Adjustment

This setting inflates or deflates sales and loading

predictions

Supersedes warehouse settingSlide15
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Customer

Schedule

Must have vending driver on schedule marked as ‘dynamic’Slide18
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Paul Simon

CCBCC - 2003

Jackson, TN

CCBCC – 2010

Full Service Delivery Supervisor

Jackson, TN

2015Slide20

Corinth Full Service Environment

Jackson, TN

Predictive Full Service

Product invoiced in Units

Converted to Predictive in 2007 by CCBCC

Lexington, TN Corinth, MS Tupelo, MS

Currently Static Full Service

Delivered “Off-Truck”

Product invoiced in Cases

Lexington: Mid-Conversion to Predictive Full Service

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Efficiency KBI’s

Jackson Vs. L,C,T

Jackson

LCT

Pkg

Mix (Bottles/Cans)

60/40

30/70

Cases Per Stop

6.9

4.8

Fill Rate

47.72%

33.78%

Accounts

OOS (90%)

12%

??Slide22

Daily Reporting and Maintenance

Daily Fill Rate Report

Daily Total Fill Rate

Daily Fill Rate by Route

Accounts with High Fill Rate

Accounts with Low Fill RateSlide23

Daily Reporting and Maintenance

Daily Brand Out of Stock Report

Brands OOS by Route

Brands OOS by Account

Space to Sale/Flavor Changes Needed?Slide24

Daily Reporting and Maintenance

Daily Driver Fill Accuracy Report

Fill Accuracy vs. Equipment Sales Meter

Shortfill

/Previous

Shortfill

Fill Rate/OOS Results Confirmed?Slide25

Brands OOS – Creating Space to Sales

Sales Rate per day vs. Par Level

Use Equipment Detail Section of planning screenSlide26

Brands OOS – Creating Space to SalesSlide27

Driver Resources – Daily Route Summary

List of Assigned Stops for Following Day

Print Report – Pending Predictive Vending OrdersSlide28

Driver Resources – Route CardSlide29

Driver Resources – Route CardSlide30

Driver Resources – Route CardSlide31

Driver Accountability in a Dynamic Environment

Cash AccountabilitySlide32

Driver Accountability in a Dynamic Environment

Unsatisfied Predictive OrdersSlide33

Additional Benefits of a Dynamic Environment

Ease of Movement of Accounts to Various Routes Daily for Efficiency

Area

Fill Rate

Ease of Managing Times of Closed Business – Account and/or Bottler

Removes burden from driver

Cut routes when needed

Add additional routes as neededSlide34

Additional Benefits of a Dynamic Environment

Truck Inventory Management

Load as much or as little product daily

Load additional flavors for brand changes and working additional accounts

Daily Management is Minimal

System is constantly adjusting “Sales Rate per Day” according to invoices, always maintaining efficiencies and working to prevent OOS

The primary maintenance is “Real World Scenarios” that cannot be artificially predictedSlide35

Cross Dock and Warehouse Assistant

Chris VanRandwykSlide36

Overview

Warehouse

space as a commodity

Losing

taps/shelf space

Two

possible

solutions

Question

:

Does your inventory need to be on-hand?Slide37

Cross Dock Overview

Customer

doesn’t care

about product source!

Automate

product movement

Full Integration

with

all operations processesSlide38

Cross Dock Setup

Master

Control

Warehouse Inventory Sharing

Employee / Route Level Cross Dock (Special Case)Slide39

Cross Dock

Setup – Master ControlSlide40

Cross

Dock

Setup – Warehouse Slide41

Cross Dock

Setup – Route OverrideSlide42

Cross Dock in PracticeSlide43

Warehouse Assistant Overview

Balancing inventory

between

warehouses

Replenishment style transfer creation

Additional FactorsSlide44

Warehouse Assistant

Setup – ProductSlide45

Warehouse Assistant in PracticeSlide46

Which works best?

Original Question

Where are you purchasing inventory into?

Can you afford to run out?

Can you task a truck to run between warehouses?

Can you integrate cross dock into your existing order processing??

What is a products volume?

Increase product par

Cross DockSlide47

Brendan

Lesinski –

BrendanL@eoStar.com

Chris VanRandwyk –

ChrisV@eoStar.com

Paul Simon –

Psimon@CorinthCoke.Com

Rutherford Support –

(616)566-5895

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