Planners in the automotive industry face an uphill climb as they deal with changes in product mix and demand patterns, unknown foreign trade risks and a host of unforeseen disruptions. It is essential for organizations to look at the bigger picture and evaluate the effects of changes across all processes. However, this level of transparency is often not available to production controllers and planners.
To fully embrace the changes and complexity in the automotive industry, planners must implement a new way of working. Achieving this will require a solution that can propagate and display the effects of changes and decisions across all production sites.
This capability will be explored in our white paper you can download filling in the form on the right side.
The automotive value chain
Boost your automotive logistics performance with dynamic transportation planning
The most important goal for an automotive supply chain is to achieve 100 percent reliability in delivering all parts to the final assembly line. To make this happen, the supply chain must be supported by agile and efficient transportation planning. Whether the transportation of parts is done by OEMs or logistics service providers, the aim is always to provide everything that is required at the right time and at optimal capacity.