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Jose A. LavaroApril 8, 2015Barilla SpA (A)Introduction Barilla SpA is the world’s largest pasta manufacturer that’s based in Italy. The company enjoyed a 35% market share of the entire pasta industry in Italy and 22% market share in the entire continent of Europe. It manufactures pasta and sells to various retailers largely through third party distributors. In the late 1980’s, Barilla has been faced with fluctuations of variability in demand, which is straining the manufacturing
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Strands of spaghetti are processed ahead of packaging at Barilla Holding SpA's pasta factory in Parma, Italy, on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012. Barilla Holding SpA is the world's biggest pasta manufacturer. Photographer: Alessia... Barilla SpA Case Analysis - University Business And Administrative ...Inside Barilla SpA's New Plant For Italian Pasta Manufacturing ...Barilla SpA Case Study - YouTube
Barilla SpA (A) Case ReportSCMP Module 5ByJamie BrymerRobert Greene February 12th, 2016Table of ContentsExecutive Summary 3-4Issue Identification 5-7Environmental and Root Cause Analysis 8-9Alternatives or Options 10-12Recommendations and Implementation 13Monitor and Control 14Exhibits AttachedExecutive Summary Barilla SpA, is an Italian pasta manufacturer and distributor and evenBarilla SpA - Case Study Table of Contents I. Executive summary II. Issue Identification III. Environmental and Root Case Analysis IV. Alternatives and Options V. Recommendations VI. Implementation VII. Monitor and Control/ ConclusionI. Executive SummaryMy decision for this case is to implement the Just-In-Time Distribution (JITD) system. Barilla SpA, an Italian pasta manufacturer, is experiencing amplified levels of inefficiencies and rising costs due to variabilityMy decision for this case is to implement the Just-In-Time Distribution (JITD) system. Barilla SpA, an Italian pasta manufacturer, is experiencing amplified levels of inefficiencies and rising costs due to variability in demand from its distributors. In order to bring things back into place and to improve margins, Giorgio Magialli, the Director of Logistics at Barilla wants to implement a Just-In-Time Distribution (JITD) system that was proposed by his predecessor Brando Vitali. This system is entirely different from the existing setup and is being opposed by both the distributors and Barilla’s Sales and Marketing Department.Barilla SpA is an Italian pasta manufacturer comprised of 7 divisions: 3 pasta, bakery, bread, catering, and international. By 1990, Barilla had become the largest pasta manufacturer in the world. The company ships its pasta to one of two central distribution centers (CDC) where it is bought by individual supermarket distributors called "grande distribuzione" (GD for larger supermarkets) and "distribuzione organizzata" (DO for smaller, independent supermarkets). During the late 1980s, the distributorsBarilla SpA (Barilla Società per Azioni, or Barilla Inc.) is a food manufacturing company based in Italy. Founded in 1877, the firm has expanded globally. Even with its worldwide operations, the company remains privately held and a family business under the ownership of the three Barilla brothers, Guido, Luca, and Paolo. The company now manages 20 brands, with such product lines as pasta, sauces and cereals, as well as breads and cakes. Barilla SpA continues to post profits, with its 2013 revenues estimated at €3.5 billion.Pietro Barilla founded Barilla in 1875 as a small shop in Parma, Italy. In 1990, Barilla SpA is the largest Pasta manufacturer in the world. It has a 35% market share in Italy and a 22% market share in...