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  1. Mayank Mohan(10BM60048) Prashant Saurabh(10BM60062) Sudeep Yadav(10BM60089)
  2. Introduction The TVS group was established in 1911 by Shri. T. V. Sundaram Iyengar The TVS group is today a leading player in automobile and automotive industry The group has 30 companies and employs more than 40,000 people TVS motor company is the largest among the group companies in terms of size and turnover
  3. TVS Motor Company It is India’s third largest two-wheeler manufacturer and one among the top ten in the world It has 4 manufacturing plants in country It has 15 percent market share in the two-wheeler industry in India More than 15 million customer Product offerings in all segment of the two-wheeler industry in India Product offerings in three-wheeler industry in India
  4. Continued.. Products exported to more than 50 countries The company entered into a technical know-how and assistance agreement with Suzuki Motor Co Ltd of Japan in the year 1982  The TVS group and Suzuki Motor Corporation parted ways from their 15-year-old joint venture on September 27, 2001
  5. Products Two Wheeler Scooterette - Scooty Pep, Scooty Teenz, Scooty Streak Scooter- Wego Motorcycles- Sport, City, Jive, Flame, Apache Three Wheeler TVS King
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  7. Market Position
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  9. Performance Growth of 13.1 % in sales ( 15.2 lacs units ) Impressive growth of 19.4% in scooters and 30.3% in mopeds Profit of Rs. 88.01 Cr against 31.08 of 2009 Launched two new products catering entirely new segments of the market (Jive and Wego) Doubled it share in domestic three wheeler market with extensive sales of TVS King
  10. My Project Analysis and improvement of weekly servicing of model colours for both domestic & export markets” Learnings Expected How painting of products is finalized ? ( Market Research) How is it implemented ? ( Demand Variability ) Difference between Domestic and Export markets Improve Upon “Significant reduction in generation of paint sludge has been achieved through process improvement, use of textured plastics and pigmented plastics.” ( Annual Report 2010)
  11. Expectations  How and Why it won the Deming Application Award in Quality Management  To learn how the company has achieved TQM (Total Quality Management ) for 100 % participation of employees  Understand how the company completed 1300 projects in one fiscal year through QC teams  How is it dealing with rising input material costs through ‘global sourcing of products’ ?  Any new product upgrades and strategy behind it ?  Company is renowned for its R&D : Scope for Blue Ocean Strategy  Environmental Management System (ISO14001:2004) and Occupational Health and Safety Management System(OHSAS 18001:2007)
  12. Project title. Develop a model for 'production plan smoothening' based on annual sales data. LEARNING PATH.  Analyze the sales pattern and forecasting of the company.  Study the strategic and marketing plans of the company.  Study the levels of capacity, inventory and subcontracting of the company/facility.  Study the various constraints of production like capacity, stock outs, problems in supply chain and subcontracting.  Study the production plan strategy followed in the company.
  13. Expectations.  To have an overview of 100% automated assembly line.  To have an overview of various production processes and strategies followed at the TVS motor company, Hosur facility.  To get an exposure to various IT packages used in industry for various purpose like inventory management, PPC and MRP.  To learn how the company is coping up with sudden rise and slump in demand.  To have an idea of the contingency plan of the company.
  14. Expectations Looking for hands on experience in a top most automobile company of India Will be looking for the core values of the company that has helped it in surviving in the automobile market To understand the use of IT in manufacturing companies Learn the practical implementation of TQM To understand how the company developed its own R&D to cope up with the departure of Suzuki motors from the joint venture