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Title: Maytag Cleveland Cooking Products


1
Maytag Cleveland Cooking Products
  • Edmond Kinnard
  • Jerred Russell
  • Eric Ward
  • Michael Green

2
Company Timeline
  • Formed in 1916 as a Family-Owned Company
    known as Dixie Foundry
  • In 1958, Acquired Magic-Chef
  • St. Louis based manufacturer of gas
    ranges
  • Changed Company name to Magic Chef
  • In 1990 merged with other companies into Maytag
    Cleveland Cooking Products

3
About Cleveland Cooking Products
  • Based out of Cleveland, Tennessee
  • Manufactures high and low end cooking products
  • Major Brands Maytag, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef
  • 1.8 Million units per year
  • 800 Million in sales per year

4
Supply Chain StrategyLean-Sigma
  • Integration of 3 Different Quality Systems
  • 1. Lean Manufacturing Principles
  • 2. Six Sigma Process
  • Originally Developed by Motorola
  • 3. Design For Six Sigma (DFSS)

5
Getting Clevelands Supplies
  • Nation-wide distributors load parts orders on to
    outbound trucks
  • Parts are then brought to assembly plant for
    production needs
  • Parts/products are shipped and received by Maytag
    trucks and 3rd party trucks

6
Raw Material SuppliersLean Principles
  • Number of Suppliers reduced from 250 to 100
  • 25 of suppliers are preferred suppliers
  • Allows more flexible Inventory Management
  • Guarantees business with suppliers as
    long as certain criteria are met

7
Precision IndustriesExample of Preferred Supplier
  • One Call Intermediary Supplier
  • Multitude of Products
  • Specialty Services such as
  • Gear Re-fabrication
  • Caster Assembly
  • Cylinder Fabrication

8
Precision Products
  • Products Include
  • Rubber Hose
  • Piping
  • Lubrication Products
  • Safety Equipment
  • Fasteners
  • OVER 2 MILLION PRODUCTS!

9
How Does Precision help Cleveland Cooking
Products?
  • Aids In the Creation of Clevelands Supply Chain
    Efficiency
  • Specialty Services Eliminates Labor and
    Increases Production Capacity
  • Just in Time Delivery to Cleveland Cooking
    Products

10
Problem Statement (As Stated by Tompkins
Associates Supply Chain Consultants)
  • Maytag had a history of low employee involvement
    and enormous time compression issues that limited
    its ability to achieve the continuous
    improvements needed in a very competitive
    marketplace.

11
Tompkins Associates Results
  • ?Production Schedule Attainment
  • Raised 42
  • ?Scrap
  • Reduced 40

12
The Science of OrderingSix Sigma Process
Mapping
  • Information Mapping
  • Directing Materials to manufacturing and
    distribution centers are based on the MRP System
  • The MRP (Materials and Replacement Products)
    System is a connected information group mapping
    demand requirements for Clevelands products

13
Automated Orderingcreates pull
  • The MRP System allows for accurate sales
    forecasts and automated re-ordering from
    retailers
  • As products leave warehouses, a signal is sent
    directly to Cleveland for a replacement order

14
Logistics
  • Inbound Logistics (Up-Stream)
  • Suppliers within 150-mile radius (Maytag)
  • Suppliers outside 150-mile radius (3rd Party)
  • Outbound Logistics (Down-Stream)
  • Maytag fleet trucks carry products to
    Distribution Centers
  • 3rd Party Carriers for Container Shipments

15
The Supply Chain Outbound
16
Rand McNally Milemaker
  • Maytag uses the software to
  • Plan Truck Routes
  • Compute Gas Requirements
  • Price Shipments by Carriers
  • Process Transactions

17
Cleveland Maytag Supply ChainLean Sigma
  • Six Sigma Process
  • Lean Manufacturing Principles
  • Design For Six Sigma (DFSS)

18
Sources
  • Mr. Charles A. Parke
  • Vice President of Operations
  • Maytag Cleveland Cooking Operations
  • www.precisionind.com
  • www.maytag.com
  • www.tompkinsinc.com
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