Action Plan For Implementation Of Three Large Supermarket Distribution Warehouses

1148 WordsMay 19, 20175 Pages
Action plan for implementation StorPlus consists of three large supermarket distribution warehouses, which supply over 50 small to medium-sized independent supermarkets and convenience stores throughout southeast Queensland. Currently, each warehouse employs approximately 20-30 people. Typically, the workforce of each warehouse comprises the following: - One warehouse business manager - Picking and packing team, including manual loaders and unloaders, forklift drivers, et cetera - Distribution team, including drivers - Checkout team Each Team has one team leader. According to operational plans, the business plans to lift distribution capacity by 15% overall to meet projected demand. The target for Caboolture warehouse is 20%. After…show more content…
Most asset managers and staff have been managing their assets in a responsible manner. However, to get advanced asset management practices formally accepted as providing the competitive edge to a service organization requires the full commitment of all staff throughout the organization. Not gaining this support would mean: • Advanced Asset Management Program not being implemented • Improved productivity, effectiveness and efficiency benefits not fully realized. The possible causes of lack of support and the controls available include: Causes Controls Lack of appreciation of advanced asset management by staff, management andcorporate executives Develop a project charter to set out the objectives, resources, funding and commitment for signature by senior manager (sponsor) of project, who can be the champion for moving issues through senior management Conduct awareness raising, workshops Conduct specialist training programs Corporate objectives not filtered

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