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PROJECT FREIGHT MANAGEMENT - THE SHIPPERS' PERSPECTIVE AGENDA

14 March 2017
Riverview 1, 3rd Floor, InterContinental Shanghai Expo Hotel
08:30 – 17:00

Oscar Li

 

 

 

 

 

 

Instructor: Oscar Li, Project Logistics Lead, Fluor China Logistics 

08:30-09:00
Registration & Welcome Coffee | Tea

09:00-10:00
Introduction

  • About the trainer
  • What will be discussed in this course

What is project freight

  • Definition
  • Meeting the challenge

What is Project Freight Management

  • Project Freight Management the same or not as Project Forwarding

IncoTerms and the impact

  • Workshop #1
  • Presentation and discussions
  • IncoTerms, impact and implications
  • The impact on a project
  • The implications on cost

10:00-10:30
Networking Coffee | Tea Break

10:30-12:00
Project preparation & pricing

  • Request For Quote (RFQ)
  • Material & Equipment overview
  • Project objective and scope
  • Scope of work
  • Project Location (Job site)
  • Survey

Project Pricing

  • Total price for a project
  • Turn-key price. What are the pro’s & con’s!
  • Best Cost Management (BCM)
  • Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

Logistics Service Provider

  • Choose a provider
    • Past performance
    • Strength in the region
    • CV Project Managers
    • Sub-Contractor qualification process

Shipment Tracking

  • PFM Tool
  • Tracking of tasks versus shipments
  • Purpose of task tracking
  • Shipment tracking, Orders and/or Line item

12:00-13:00
Networking Lunch

13:00-15:00
Supplier Qualification

  • Certification
    • FCPA, ISO 9001, Etc.
  • Health & Safety
    • HSE&S Policy
  • Financials
    • Is provider capable from a financial point
  • Global Frame / Service Agreement
    • Why
    • Benefits
    • Effectiveness
    • Pitfalls
  • Project Contract / Purchase Order
    • The differences

Project Execution Plan

  • Project Tasks
  • Project Schedule
  • Purpose
  • Assess Civil Work
  • Overall Forecasting
  • Shipment schedule/planning

Packing strategy

  • “To Pack or not to Pack”
  • What to pack and what not to pack
  • How to best pack
    • Containers (SOC)
    • Wooden Crates
    • Other type of packing

Shipping Strategy

  • Transport Modes
    • Ocean
    • Barge
    • AirRoad
    • Charters and Part Charters
    • Air
    • Ocean
    • Barge
    • Combinations (savings opportunities)

Risk Mitigation

  • Risk Assessment
  • Risk avoidance plan
  • Cost of Incident
  • Method Statements
    • Loading Plans
    • Lifting Plans
    • Lashing Plans
    • Transport strategy

15:00-15:30
Networking Coffee | Tea Break

15:30-16:30
Execution time

  • Actual tracking
  • Reporting
    • Reporting what
    • Reporting when
  • Alerting
    • How and Why
  • Communication
    • When
    • How
    • Why

Project Closure

  • Important step
  • Underestimated step

Lessons Learned

  • What is learned during operation of the project
  • What about future performance

16:30-17:00
Q&A

17:00
Closing Statement

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