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Integrating Warehousing and Transport Functions for EPC Projects

Warehouse inventory levels and key customer ordering patterns––and transportation management systems––within which information pertaining to the location of important supply chain assets such as products or vehicles is typically stored. These systems are key factors in integrating the physical flow of goods along the supply chain. The integration of these systems leads to global inventory visibility, which, in turn, leads to reduced costs and improved customer service by decreasing shipping and receiving cycle times, increasing shipment and inventory accuracy, and decreasing lead-time variability. The total cost benefits that can be achieved by suppliers and warehouses through the increased global visibility provided by an integrated system.

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Materials, Components and Equipment for EPC Projects

The large number of materials, components, equipment and services that are required for the construction of a process plant. In this section, we briefly describe the different categories of materials and equipment.

Materials, Components and Equipment for EPC Projects
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We categorise the materials, components and equipment as follows:

• Bulks: Bulk and generic materials, requiring basic specifications, no pre-delivery checking and limited quality control. Examples include basic building materials like sand, stone, wood, cement and bricks.

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Alagappan Dasarathy, DLSM
Alagappan Dasarathy has substantive years of experience in EPC projects, specifically new piping, steel structure installation and mechanical works. He is a member of the Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management (SIPMM). He completed the Diploma in Logistics and Supply Management (DLSM) course on September 2018 at SIPMM Institute.

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