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Logistics plan design analysis

  Logistics plan designIt is generally divided into three blocks. First, the planned design of auxiliary industrial parks includes logistics parks and parts manufacturer industrial parks. The second part is the design of the logistics center outside or inside the factory, including plans for warehouses, sorting equipment, and distribution routes. Finally, there are logistics planning and design in the factory, mainly logistics handling and online planning between factories and processes.

Planning method of industrial park

The industrial park has a fully effective methodology for logistics planning. The methodology ensures that we will not lose the direction of the plan and ensure the order of the project.

1. Data collection and process analysis

Data collection and process analysis are the basic documents for the logistics plan of the industrial park. The scope of data collection is as follows.

1. Basic drawings of the industrial park (red line drawing)

2. Product models to be produced in the future

3. Future production capacity plan of the industrial park

4. BOM list of each model product

5. Related material attributes of BOM list

6. Future production methods in the industrial park

7. The production process route of each model product

8. Material inventory cycle of BOM list

9, BOM list related supplier list

Project acquisition method and value stream analysis

Value flow refers to all activities that convert raw materials into finished products and assign value to them, including the whole process of raw materials purchased from suppliers to the enterprise, and the enterprise converts it into finished products and delivers them to customers.

Material acquisition methods and value flow analysis are important means for constructing conceptual models of industrial parks.

Material supply strategy analysis

Materials with different characteristics must have different supply strategies. For example, suppliers of high value-added and important parts are located near the industrial park and must avoid production stops due to excess inventory and insufficient materials.

In addition, this also determines the necessary logistics storage area requirements.

Determine functional area

After process analysis and material supply strategy analysis, the functional requirements of various related functional areas in the industrial park, such as processing centers, warehouse areas, and other auxiliary areas can be determined.

In this way, the industrial park can be divided into zones to form a layout sketch of the industrial park.

Unitized packaging data confirmation

Looking at packaging from modern logistics concepts, packaging is the starting point of logistics planning.

Due to the different logistics processes and methods of the project, the project must be in the form of packaging in a specific unit to concentrate and decentralize functions to adapt to a variety of shipping conditions and sub-product requirements.

According to the comprehensive consideration of material size, shape, weight and protection requirements, different unitized packaging forms are selected.

Flow balance and correlation analysis

Flow balance and correlation analysis are important steps to calculate the logistics throughput and relative density of relevant functional areas in industrial parks. They are rigorous system analysis methods and standardized system design. The main tasks include:

1. Analyze the relationship between each functional interval, and obtain the relationship matrix of each functional interval through synthesis.

2. Determine the distance between each functional area according to the closeness of the inter-relationship of each functional area in the relationship matrix, configure the location of each functional area, and form a correlation diagram of the area of ​​each functional area. 3. Through further modification and adjustment, a feasible industrial park configuration plan is obtained.

The conceptual design layout of the industrial park.

This part of the work is mainly to form the multi-plan layout design of the industrial park, which mainly includes the overall layout of the industrial park, the entrance and exit plan of the industrial park, the plane layout of the industrial park, the traffic route, and the logistics building form, etc., to evaluate the multi-plan layout.

Association constraint analysis

After the conceptual plan layout of the industrial park is determined, relevant constraints need to be analyzed to optimize and adjust the conceptual plan layout.

Detailed design layout of the industrial park

The detailed design and layout of the industrial park put forward construction requirements for the logistics facilities and auxiliary facilities in the park, mainly the platform requirements of the warehouse, the canopy requirements, the door requirements of the warehouse, the requirements of the parking lot, the road requirements of the park, the requirements of the park and the warehouse Lighting requirements, fire fighting strategy, floor flatness and floor weight requirements in the library, energy requirements in the park, security requirements, clear height requirements in the library, column network layout requirements, etc., to prepare for the detailed planning of civil works.