In this session we take a deep dive into the CBH Case Study presented at the AME Conference. In this presentation CBH discuss their journey to establishing their new Central Warehouse operation as a centre of excellence. We will dig deeper into the implementation, change management, creating a LEAN operation, and upholding the CBH Safety culture. CBH is a great example of best in class warehouse operations. The session will allow time to reflect and process together, build connections with one another, and dig deeper.
Thursday, 28th October 2021
8.30am Perth 10.30am Brisbane 11.00am Adelaide 11.30am Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
AME Member FREE AME Partner FREE 2021 Conference Delegate FREE Non Member $55
Audiences at all levels would appreciate and learn from the experiences of the CBH journey.
This AME Deep Dive Workshop is a continuation of a practitioner presentation from the 2021 AME Conference. In this session we take a deep dive into the main topic of the presentation. The session will allow time to reflect and process together, build connections with one another, and dig deeper.
The session is structured to include content that is research-based, shares best practices, and provides proven “how-to” strategies.
The session will include time with subject matter experts and the keynote presenters and small group discussion.
These sessions will NOT be recorded, so you must attend the live session as scheduled.
Pre-work (1 hour)
In preparation for this session Participants are encouraged to watch the recording of the the Keynote Presentation from the 2021 Conference and fill out a pre-event questionnaire to help guide the workshop and discussion.
Workshop (1 hour)
Overview of the topic (15 minutes)
Deep Dive (30 minutes)
Wrap Up and Q&A (15 minutes)
Deep Dive Facilitators and Guests
Barry McCarthy, AME President
Tom Murphy, AME WA Member Liaison
Sogna Riley, Warehouse Superintendent, Asset Management Group, CBH Group
John Balding, Inventory Coordinator, CBH Group
Case Study: The CBH Journey. State-wide squirrel stores to inventory management
To better support the maintenance of their extensive and ever-growing network of assets, CBH shifted the control of spares from a localised model with few controls and visibility to a central, integrated Inventory Management system and Warehouse that acts as a storage, preservation and distribution hub for their fourteen forward stores based at the local maintenance workshops. Their goal was also to establish the Central Warehouse operation as a centre of excellence, available to the country based operations to see LEAN principles in action. The case study will share their journey to date, on implementation, change management, creating a LEAN operation, and upholding the CBH Safety culture.
The CBH Group is Australia’s largest co-operative and a leader in the Australian grain industry, with operations extending along the value chain from fertiliser to grain storage, handling, transport, marketing and processing. Owned and controlled by Western Australian grain growing businesses, the core purpose of the CBH Group is to sustainably create and return value to growers. Since being established in Western Australia in 1933, CBH has continuously evolved, innovated and grown. Its storage and handling system currently receive and exports around 90 per cent of the Western Australian grain harvest and is regarded as one of the best in the world.
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