Customer Service

from RM1500

OHSA

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Supply Chain Mgmt

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Warehouse & Logistics

from RM1500

Fraud & Risk Mgmt

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Account Principles & Practices

from RM1500

Managing Global Carriage Of Goods Effectively

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  • Private Class Price is Per Day not Per Pax
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Private Class from

1600/day

(2 Days)

BENEFITS

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Find out the current and future challenges of globalization.
  • Know which trade options the importers and exporters are focusing now.
  • Learn how to avoid hidden costs arise from improper documentation classification.
  • Understand the impact of Global Logistics Management
  • Learn how to utilize the Export Shipping instruction to manage hidden cost.
  • Identify the discrepancy and deviation in the Airway Bill and Bill of Lading

INTRODUCTION

Global Freight Management coupled with a strategies logistics operations and an agile supply chain process have emerged over the last decade due to the ever increasing impact of market competition, fueled by the turbulent globalization, cross border liberalization and proliferation of ICT and E-Commerce. Air, sea and surface carriage of goods and total logistics integration provide a set of tools enabling market-facing orientation to be achieved. Supply chain management drives these goals a step further, managing the upstream and downstream interfaces, paving a cost-effective response to customer demand in the Value Chain of an organization. The mission of this managerial effort is to set the level of sourcing to supply functions so as to make products and services available to end-users at the time, place and form desired, in the most profitable and or cost effective manner.

AUDIENCE

All Executives, Managers and Directors who have access to decision making in activities pertaining to global import and export, all Practitioners and Entrepreneurs involved in global sourcing and supply and all Service Providers in the global trade network who wish to develop value added customer fulfillment.

Level for Executives and above

METHODOLOGY

Lectures and Simulations, Case Studies, Group Assignments and Practical Approach

INTRODUCTION TO THE GLOBALIZATION OF OPERATIONS STRATEGIES
  • A Conceptual Framework Of Globalization
    • Redefining The 4 Driving Forces
  • Global Market Forces
    • Technological Forces
    • Global Cost Forces
    • Political Forces
  • The Current And Future Challenges
  • The Effects Of Trade Protection Mechanisms
INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND TRANSPORT
  • Global Factors And Forces Affecting The 3P’s Of An Organization In The Demand Chain
  • End Users Are Affected And Steering The 3d’s To A Higher Level At The End Of The Supply Chain Globally
  • The Pros And Cons Of Globalization Is Providing Avenues For More Intense Competition And Contraband
  • Importers And Exporters Are More Focused Now On The Trade Options In Global Trade
    • Temporary Import- Bonded Warehousing
    • Reverse Logistics- Contract Lo
DOCUMENTATION AND PROCEDURES IN GLOBAL TRADE
  • 75% Of Hidden Costs Arises From Improper Documentation Classified Into Commercial -Transportation - Financial
  • More Than 25 Documents Are Used In A Single Transaction, Evidencing Trade Still Move On Paper In This Paperless Age
  • Managing The Document Flow
    • Initial Seller’s Quotation - Ultimate Buyer’s Delivery Order
  • The Parties Involved In The Issuance Of Documents Contribute A Major Factor In Hidden Costs
    • The Exporter- Importer- Financier- Service Provider- Third Party Contractor
THE IMPACT OF GLOBAL LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT
  • Logistics Functions Take Up 2 Out Of 4 Values Of Any Business Form Time – Place - Possession
  • Redefining The Role Of Logistics In Supply Chain, An Area Prone To Hidden Cost Physical Flow – Information - Financial - Cash
  • Managing Timeliness In The Logistics Pipe Line From Source To Supply
    • Strategies And Consequences In Situation P - Time Is Greater Than The D - Time
THE IMPACT OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
  • Redefining An Integrated Model Of Inter Functional Coordination (IFC)
    • Efficiency - Lower Cost
    • Effectiveness - Higher Service
  • Antecedents Of IFC
    • Nature Of IFC
    • Consequences Of IFC
  • Coordination Can Be Achieved By Tight Control - Cooperative Arrangement
CARRIAGE OF GOODS BY AIR AND SEA
  • Utilizing The (ESI) Export Shipping Instruction To Manage Hidden Cost
  • Spotting Discrepancy And Deviation In The Airway Bill And Bill Of Lading
  • Criteria In Selection Of Carriers
  • Ports And Points
  • Intermodal Service
  • Special Equipment
  • Conditions Of Containers
  • Handling Of DG Cargo, Documents And Claims
  • Consistency Of Operations
  • Customs Effectiveness
  • Legal And Financial Status
  • Improper Execution Of The Bill Of Lading Leading To Hidden Costs, Delay - Loss - Damage
    • Named Parties
    • Nominated Forwarder
    • Pre Carriage And Place Of Receipt
    • Vessel Name And Voyage
    • Port Of Loading And Discharge
    • Types Of Marks
    • Number Of Packages
    • Description Of Cargo
    • Gross And Chargeable Weight
    • Container And Seal Numbers
    • Shipped On Board Clause
    • Un-Clean Bill Of Lading
    • Straight Bill Of Lading
    • FCI To LCL Status
    • Switched BL Facility
    • DDP Term Of Sale
  • Improper Execution Of The Airway Bill Leading To Hidden Costs
    • Carrier And Routing
    • Declared Value For Carriage
    • Declared Value For Customs
    • Currency Declaration
    • Term Of Insurance
    • Airport Destination And Delivery
    • GCR And SCR Charge
    • Density And Volumetric Weight
    • Due Agent And Carrier Fees
MEASURING PERFORMANCE IN LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN
  • Measures Are Fragmented And Partial
  • Basis Of Selecting Measures
    • Process - Appropriateness
    • Error - Reward
  • Accomplishment Of Measurement
    • Specific Aspects - Actionable Guidance
    • Allow Comparability - Coordination

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