48 screens of Presentation
36 pages Students' Guide
Including 1 major and 4 minor Students' tasks and tests.
Export Marketing & Merchandising
5 to 6 lectures of 90 minutes each. Do not rush to make sure that students understand each screen. Students to get actively involved in the lecture.
A supplier to know the efficient handling of goods once ready for delivery following buyer’s packing / shipment instructions and contacting the appointed forwarder.
The lecturer to distribute the Students’ Guide about 10 days prior to starting the teaching of this subject. Encourage students to study minimum 15 screens in ad-vance to make it possible to do the minor tasks, ask specific questions, follow the lecture and get actively involved in the training.
Introduction to Integrated Logistics
To be strictly observed – a computer controlled warehouse
A video showing the movement of goods in a computer controlled warehouse – watch and observe it closely
Packing and shipping instructions
Packing materials – boxes – carton quality
Carton weight – contents - labelling
Shipping marks – shape of cartons
Intgrated Logistics Services
The shipping order
Supplier’s, Buyer’s and Forwarder’s Responsibilities
Cargo acceptance closing time – missing or damaged cargo
Shipment advise - description of shipment advise
Part shipments - why are the rules so strict?
Terms to be familiar with
Responsibilities for sales on FOB terms
Booking freight space – freight calculations
Transportation methods – control over the cargo
Full set of export documents
Handling of export documents
A lecturer can be provided for inHouse training – the lectures can be adjusted to consider specific conditions concerning the location of the factory & harbor. Screen, projector, computer, pin board, pointer, internet connection