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INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

AT
AUTOKAST LIMITED
( A Govt of Kerala Undertaking Company)

CHERTHALA
PRESENTED BY,
SARATH KRISHNAN
S3 MTECH
DEPARTMENT OF PRODUCTION & INDUSTRIAL ENGG
ROLL NO#09

INDEX
INTRODUCTION
OBJECTIVE
COMPANY PROFILE
PLANT LAYOUT
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
DEPARTMENTAL STUDY
PROCESS FLOW
PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION
SOLUTION
CONCLUSION

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INTRODUCTION
Foundry industry is considered as the mother of all industries.
Casting industry is one of the major industry in the global sector.
The product of which is used by almost all people.
Significance of casting industry are:
Automobiles & Auto components.
Railways.
Earth moving industry & Agro machinery.
Pumps, Compressors, Valves etc.
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India ranks 4th country in the world for producing an estimate of


7 million MT of various grades of casting.
40
35 33.5
30
25
20
15 TONNES
MILLION
10.8
7.8
10
5
0

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5.8 5.7

OUTPUT (MT)
3.4 2.6 2.4 2.1

OBJECTIVE
To study the organization profile of the company.
To study the process flow diagram of the company.
To understand the functions of various departments of the

company.
To acquire knowledge regarding the companys performance

over the years.


Identify a problem in the company.
Suggest a suitable solution for the identified problem.
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COMPANY PROFILE
Autokast Limited was established in the year 1982.
It is a Government of Kerala undertaking company.
On May 21-1984 incorporated as a separate subsidiary on SILK

and renamed as Autokast.


Located at SN Puram 7 Km from Cherthala.
ISO 9001:2008 certified company.
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Autokast has a total land area of 2,20,000m.


Company covered area of 60,700m.
Autokast produces and markets different grades of Grey Iron and

SG Iron Castings.
Equipped to manufacture 23,000 Metric Tons of castings annually.
Present annual production capacity is 6000 metric tons.

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MISSION OF THE COMPANY

Production in large volume and cost effectiveness in all


segments.
Produce technologically superior products.
Achievement of customer delight through bench marking global

practice.
Consistent production through harmonious industrial relations.
Strengthen supply chain management.
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VISION OF THE COMPANY


To raise the company as a leader of casting industries in India.

The company should be recognized and repeated as a

manufacture of the world class product serving customers by


supplying quality castings at right time.

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PRODUCT PROFILE
Autokast Ltd is a foundry unit producing iron casting for a variety
of industries.
Major product line of Autokast are:
Automotive castings
Machine tool casting
Pump casting
Pressure vessel castings &Valves
Wind mill Castings
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Autokast produces castings in Grey iron and Spheroidal Graphite


iron.
Grey Cast iron
CARBO
N

SILICO
N

MANGANES
E

SILICON

PHOSPHOROUS

2.5-3.75

1-2.5

0.4-1

0.06-0.12

0.1-1

Lowest melting point.


Carbon is found inform of graphite flows.
Low cost combined with hardness and rigidity.
High compressive strength and resistance to weather.
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Spheroidal Graphite Iron


CARBO
N

SILICO
N

MANGANES
E

SILICON

PHOSPHOROUS

3.2-4.2

1.1-3.5

0.3-0.8

0.2

0.08

Similar to steel.
Higher grade of iron.
Spheroid shape structure.
High hardness and rest free.

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MAJOR PRODUCTS OF THE COMPANY


SL
NO

ITEM

MATERIAL

CAST WEIGHT

APPLICATION

Gear Box
/Engine Housing

Grey Iron

40 Kg to 130 Kg

Tractor

HUB

Ductile Iron

1000 Kg to 3300 Kg

Wind Mill

Extender

Ductile Iron

400 Kg to 600 Kg

Wind Mill

Main Brg Hsg

Ductile Iron

150 Kg to 1250 Kg

Wind Mill

Yaw Top

Ductile Iron

700 Kg to 1200 Kg

Wind Mill

Claw Beam

Ductile Iron

70 Kg to 110 Kg

Wind Mill

Brake Disc

Ductile Iron

50 Kg to 120 Kg

Wind Mill

Gear Stay

Ductile Iron

150 Kg

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Wind Mill13

SL
NO

ITEM

MATERIAL

CAST WEIGHT

APPLICATION

Bed & Frame

Grey Iron

200 Kg to 3500 Kg

Machine Tool

10

Valve Body

Grey Iron +2% Ni 300 Kg to 5500 Kg

Butterfly valve

11

Valve Disc /
Vane

Ductile Iron

250 Kg to 5750 Kg

Butterfly valve

12

Sphere

Grey iron

300 Kg to 1200 Kg

Ball Valve

13

Valve Body

Grey Iron

700 Kg to 2200 Kg

Gate Valve

14

Body & Head

15

Discharge Head

Grey iron

100 Kg to 160 Kg

Vertical Pump

16

Dome

Grey Iron + 1%Cr

40 Kg to 100 Kg

Ash Handling

17

Ash Vessel

Ductile Iron

170 Kg to 600 Kg

Ash Handling

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Grey iron +2% Ni


100 Kg to 3300 Kg
+0.75% Cr

Vacuum Pump

14

PRODUCT GALLERY

Main gear case of hand tiller

Body of Rotor pump


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Discharge head of submersible pump

Valve body
15

PRODUCT GALLERY

Cylinder frame of hand tiller

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Ash vessel for pneumatic transport


submersible

Flywheel housing for tractors

Discharge head for


pump

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MAJOR CUSTOMERS AND MARKET SHARE

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SL
NO

NAME OF CUSTOMER

OPERATING SECTOR

MARKET
SHARE

KAMCO

POWER TILLER

17.02%

MECAWBWER BEKAY

ASH HANDLING

8.26%

PIONEER WINCONE

WIND MILL

0.79%

GLOBAL WIND FARM

WIND MILL

0.52%

SIVA WIND MILL

WIND MILL

0.33%

FOURESS ENGINEERING

BUTTERFLY VALVE

8.61%

KAKATHI KARSHAK

SLURRY PUMP

10.74%

L&T UNITS

HEAVY ENGINEERING

7.15%

PREMIER

VALVE

0.31%

10

LG BALAKRISHNAN

VALVE

2.74%

11

SL SMITH

HYDRAULICS

1.96%

17

MARKET SHARE IN PERCENTAGE

1.96
0.31 2.74
7.15

17.02

10.74
8.26
8.61 0.33 0.52 0.79

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Kamco
Mecawbwer bekay
Pioneer Wincone
Global Wind farm
Siva wind mills
Fouress Engineering
Kakathi Karshak
L&T Units
Premier
LG Balakrishnan
SL Smith

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PLANT LAYOUT
Purchase & Subcontract
Department

K
S
E
B

HR & Administration
Department

S
u
b
s
t
a
t
i
o
n

Car parking&2
Wheeler
parking for
Employees

Administrative
Office

Weigh
Bridge

Canteen

Visitors
Car
parking
area

Cycle shed
Cycle shed

Security
Office

Main Entrance
To Alappuzha
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NH 47

To Ernakulam
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Sub
station

Sub
station

Furnace Oil tank


2 Wheeler
parking
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Time Office

Gate 2

Closing
Closing
&Pouring
&Pouring
Melting Bay
Bay
Melting
(Furnace)
(Furnace)

Knock
out
Conventional
moulding core shop

Pump room
4(Induction
furnace)

Scrap
Scrap
yard
yard

11KV

Mechanic
Mechanic
Electrical
Electrical
al
al
Maintenanc
Maintenanc
Maintenan
Maintenan
ee
ce
ce

110 KV

Pump room
3(M.F
furnace)

Sand Storage

Store
Store

Pump room
2 with OH
tank

Laboratory
Laboratory

Pump
room 1

Mouldin
g

Desi
Desi
Pattengn
gn
Patten
Shop Dep
Dep
Shop
art
art

A.S Canal

Fettling shop
Scrap storage yard
Sand Storage Area
Core
shop

Sand Plant

Core shop
High pressure
moulding Bay
Fettling shop bay2
Fettling shop bay 1
11KV
SubstationFor HP
line

Office
room

Quality Control &Inspection


Department
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ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
Managing Director

Deputy Manager
(Maintenance)

Manager
(Materials)
Engineer

Assistant
Engineer
(Stores)

Assistant
Engineer
(Electrical)

Assistant
Officer
(Materials)
Skilled
Worker

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Assistant Manager
(Mechanical
Maintenance )
Engineer

Skilled
Worker

Assistant Engineer
Skilled Worker

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ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
Managing Director

Sr.Manager
(Finance)
Assistant Manager
Assistant Officer
Skilled Worker

Sr.Manager
(Engineering&
MR)

Deputy Manager
Assistant
Manager
Assistant
Engineer
Assistant
Engineer
Skilled Worker

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Manager
(Marketing)

Assistant
Manager

Assistant
Manager
(HRD & A)

Manager
Assistant
Officer

(Marketing)

Skilled Worker

Assistant

Skilled
Worker

(Subcontract)

Assistant
Officer

Unskilled Worker
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ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
Managing Director

Sr.Manager
(QC & LAB)

Senior Manager (PPC,JOINT PRODUCTION


GROUP & INSPECTION)
Assistant Manager

Assistant
Officer

Assistant
Officer

(INSPECTION &JOINT MANAGEMENT


REPRESENTATION)

Assistant officer
Skilled Worker

Skilled
Worker(PPC&JPG)

Skilled Worker
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ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
Managing Director
Senior Manager(Production)

Assistant
Manager(Melting)
Engineer
Assistant Engineer
Skilled Worker
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Assistant Manager
(Conventional moulding)

Assistant
Manager(Fettling)

Deputy Manager
(HPL)

Engineer
Assistant
Engineer
Skilled Worker
Unskilled Worker

Assistant
Engineer

Assistant
Engineer

Skilled Worker

Skilled Worker
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MAN POWER IN AUTOKAST

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CATEGORY

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES

MANAGERS

25

EXECUTIVES

06

Jr.EXECUTIVES

39

STAFF

11

SKILLED WORKERS

120

UNSKILLED WORKERS

02

TEMPORARY WORKMEN

169

APPRENTICES

64

TOTAL

436
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DEPARTMENTAL
STUDY
Autokast limited has the following departments
Human Resource And Administration Department

Finance Department
Marketing Department
Materials & Subcontracting Department
Production planning and control Department
Engineering and pattern shop Department
Production Department
Electrical and Mechanical maintenance Department
Quality Control and Inspection Department
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HR AND ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT


The main objective is to meet the organization needs of the company it

represents & the need of the people hired.


Functions performed by HR Department:
Recruitment- Through Employment Exchange, PSC.
Selection.
Training.
Placement & Development of staff.
Job evaluation and merit rating.
Handles labor problem and disputes.
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Attendance and payroll are maintained by using the punching card

system.
There are 4 shifts in Autokast:
SHIFT

TIME

General shift

9.00 am to 5.00 pm

A shift

6.00am to 2.00pm

B shift

2.00pm to 10.00pm

C shift

10.00pm to 6.00am

Duration of each shift is 8 Hours.

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FINANCE DEPARTMENT
Concerned with the maintenance of accounts and preparation of

financial statements.
Accounts of the company are maintained according to the company

act of 1956.
Functions of finance department
Maintenance of accounts.
Sales of castings.
Purchase of Raw materials.
Budget preparation and payment preparation.
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MARKETING DEPARTMENT
The main objective of marketing department:
Improvement of customer satisfaction.
Reduced rejection of products.
Reduced complains from customers.
Functions of finance department:
Sourcing of customers and evaluation.

Taking decisions on marketing mix( Price, Product, Promotion mix)


Issue purchase order of raw materials and work order to PPC,

Engineering, Production and Quality control departments.


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MATERIALS AND SUBCONTRACTING


DEPARTMENT

Purchase and store together form this department.


Functions of Purchase department:

Obtain purchase indents of all raw materials, consumable and

spares.
Indents for office equipments, stationary and printing items.
Verification and clarification of indents.
Selection of vendors.
Preparation of purchase proposal.
Purchase order preparation and registration .
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Functions of Store:
Keeping the receipt of incoming materials.
House keeping.
Issue and disposal of Various spare parts and materials.

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PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL


DEPARTMENT

Plans production in advance of operations.

Routing the materials and controlling the whole production.


Prepare the production and dispatch schedule.
Materials planning.
Improvements.
Monitoring the stage wise progress of the process.
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ENGINEERING AND PATTERN SHOP


DEPARTMENT

Engineering department designs the product and the pattern shop

makes the pattern for that product.


ENGINEERING
Receives work order from marketing department.
Check the customer drawings and other technical details.
Also check the weight, order quantity, materials requested, complication.
Submit the feasibility report back to marketing department.

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PATTERN SHOP
Responsible for pattern inspection, rectification/modification.
patterns are either manufactured according to the design given by

customer or is manufactured in house.


Pattern inspection reports are prepared.

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PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT
Divided into 4 divisions:

Melting.

Conventional line.

High pressure line.

Fettling.

MELTING
Liquid metal preparation is done in melting.
Cold rolled continuously annealed scrap(CRCA) & Heavy melting

(HMI) scrap are used.


Scrap is charged into the furnace using electromagnet hooked in

EOT cranes.
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Furnace is heated to about 1550c.


Slag is skimmed off from the molten metal by adding coagulants.
Samples are tested at each stage of melting.
Liquid metal is carried using the a ladle and is poured into

previously prepared moulds at a temperature of 1450c.


Temperature is measured by using pyrometer and is recorded in a

log sheet.
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CONVENTIONAL LINE
Non automatic division of the manufacturing department.
Used for large casting ranging from 200 kg to 4000 kg.
Main raw material is silica sand.
It is treated with sodium Silicate, dried & mixed with wood dust and

filled in pattern box.


Carbon dioxide gas is passed through the sand for strengthening process.
Core assembly is fixed and mould is painted and pouring path is created.
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HIGH PRESSURE LINE


Fully automated.
The entire mechanism is controlled through a Computerized control

panel.
Used for small casting ranging from 10Kg to 120Kg.
Moulding machine is operated at 6 to 7 kg/cm.
System can produce 80 moulds per hour in box size of 750 x 750 x

400/350 mm

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Green sand is the material used for high pressure moulding.

Metal is poured by Ladle facility.


Casting identification marks such as serial number, month and year is

punched on casting.
Dwelling time of 4 to 5 Hours are given for casting to cool down and

are knocked out.


Casting is then sent to fettling shop.
Mould box after cleaning are inspected and returned to mould box yard.
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FETTLING
Unwanted parts of the casting are cutoff cleaned and finished.
Removal of gates, risers from the casting.
Casting are send to shot blasting machine.
Iron shots are blasted at high velocity and proper finishing is

established.

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MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT


Helps to maintain machines and reduce the down time of equipments.
Provide fast maintenance within less time.
Type of maintenance:
Break down maintenance.
Preventive maintenance.
900sq meter of area is covers equipment line.
BTDEM compressor-80kg/sq cm.
Heavy duty lathe and radial drilling machine .
Power hacksaw machine and related equipments.
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ELECTRIAL MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT


Helps to maintain electrical equipments.
Company has a KSEB 110 Kv Sub-station.
Functions include
Electrical inspection.
Implementation of various electrical projects.
Laison work with KSEB.
Execution of maintenance activities.

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Company has 6 Transformers


20 MVA
1MVA(3 NOS)
Main frequency induction furnace 1700KVA.
Medium frequency 2300KVA.
Using 20MVA transformer 110KV is step-down to 11KV.
With 1MVA transformer 11 KV is again step-down to 440V.

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QUALITY CONTROL AND INSPECTION


DEPARTMENT
Main objective include:
Releasing only qualified input materials.
Check quality at every stage of inspection to 100% perfection.
Autokast has four labs functioning:
Sand lab.
Mechanical lab.
Chemical lab.
Spectro lab.
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SAND LAB
Sand test indicate the moulding sand performance.
Various sand control tests conducted in Autokast limited are:
Infrared speedy moisture tests.
Sand strength machine.
Permeability tests.
Sieve analysis.
Sand rammer.
Clay content test.
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MECHANICAL LAB
Test bars are usually used for checking the mechanical properties of

castings.
In case the test value donot conform to the specification two more

bars shall be tested.


If both confirm, then only quality test will be passed by the castings.
Various tests conducted at mechanical lab are:
Brinnel Hardness tester.
Bend test.
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Impact testing.
universal testing machine.
Non destructive tests.

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1.

Ultrasonic test.

2.

Magnetic particle test.

3.

Die penetrant test.

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CHEMICAL LAB
Wet analysis is done in this lab.
It is the chemical analysis of Carbon, Manganese, Silicon, Sulphur,

Phosphorous, Chromium, nickel etc.

SPECTRO LAB
Analysis of chemical combination of metals by spectrometer.
Main principle used is photo electric emission.

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INSPECTION
Main function is to inspect whether or not the casting conforms to the

required specification.
Four stages of inspection:
Black casting inspection
In process inspection
After shot blasting
After finishing
Deviations noticed will be send to the concerned product development

team.
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PROCESS FLOW
Design and Engineering
Pattern Making
Moulding

Lab Testing

Conventional

High Pressure

Core Making

Mould Preparation
Melting & Pouring
Shaking Out
Fettling

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Testing & Quality Inspection

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PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS
Production for past seven years
5000
4500
4000
3500
3000
2500

PLANNED PRODUCTION(MT)
ACTUAL PRODUCTION(MT)

2000
1500
1000
500
0
2007-2008

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2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

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SALES ANALYSIS
4500
4000
3500

SALES (MT)
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0

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2007-2008

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

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PROFIT AND TURN OVER FOR LAST FIVE YEARS


3000
2500
2000
1500
Rs. In Lakhs

1000
500
0

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

-500
-1000
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REJECTION RATE OF CASTINGS


35
30
REJECTION IN TONES

25
20
15

2012-2013
2013-2014

10
5
0

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PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION
Scrap is an important and essential raw material for any casting industry.
Autokast Limited is spending an annual cost to Scrap suppliers almost

6 crore rupees.
This include both cost of Material, and Ordering Cost.
Since Good quality Scrap is a Scare material especially in India.
Cost of scrap now obtaining from suppliers is high.
Good quality scrap is vital as this result less amount of power needed for fusion

of metal also good casting can be produced.


Only remedy to reduce the cost given to suppliers is reducing the ordering cost

by suitably selecting the best suppliers who will meet the target of the company.
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THE CURRENT SCENARIO OF AUTOKAST LIMITED


Average annual demand of Autokast Limited = 2400MT.

Current

average

demand

of

Autokast

Limited

per

month=2400/12=200Mt.
Current number of suppliers in Autokast limited=5.
Demand is shared between these 5 suppliers.
Average quantity shared by them for one month =200/5= 40MT.
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SUPPLIERS OF AUTOKAST LIMITED

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SUPPLIERS

LOCATION

Sri Ambal steel traders

Coimbatore

Asma steels

Calicut, Ernakulam

Calicut import and exports

Ernakulam

Vijaya traders

Palakkad

Technovative Engineering

Bangalore

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SCRAP MATERIAL WITH UNIT PRICE

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SCRAP MATERIALS

COST PER METRIC TON

PIG IRON FG GRADE

Rs 31,200/-

PIG IRON SG GRADE

Rs 34,000/-

HMS

Rs 28,500/-

MS SCRAP CRCA

Rs 34,000/-

CAST IRON

Rs 29,500/59

ORDERING COST FOR SUPPLIERS


SUPPLIERS

ORDERING COST IN
PERCENTAGE

SRI AMBAL STEEL TRADERS

10% per each MT

ASMA STEELS

5% per each MT

CALICUT IMPORT AND EXPORTS

5% per each MT

VIJAYA TRADERS

8% per each MT

TECHNOVATIVE ENGINEERING

16% per each MT

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Ordering cost of Sri Ambal steel traders= 31500400.1=Rs 1,26,000/ Ordering cost of Asma steels =31500400.05=Rs 63,000/ Ordering cost of Calicut import and exports =31500400.05

=Rs 63,000/ Ordering cost of Vijaya traders=31500400.08=Rs 1,00800/ Ordering cost of Technovative Engineering=31500400.16

=Rs 2,01,600/ Total ordering cost for one month


=126000+63000+63000+100800+201600=Rs 5,54,400/ Total ordering cost for one Year=5,54,40012=66,52,800/2/1/15

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SOLUTION
We have to select the best supplier who can meet the target of
Autokast Ltd.
Also by reducing the suppliers we can reduce the ordering cost to a

considerable value.
The main selection criteria includes following:
Pricing structure.
Delivery.
Quality.
Service.
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Here there are several alternative .


Also there are 5 Suppliers.
Each criteria and sub criteria has to be related.
A best alternative can be selected by using Multiple criteria

decision making technique.

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MULTIPLE CRITERIA DECISION MAKING


TECHNIQUE
Rank based on several alternatives.
Two techniques are presented here

1. Analytical hierarchal process(AHP).


2. Technique of order preference by similarity to ideal
solution(TOPSIS).
AHP is simple fast and efficient.
TOPSIS considers alternative that has minimum distance to

best solution and maximum to worst one.


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ANALYTICAL HIERARCHAL PROCESS (AHP)


Selecting the best supplier

Pricing structure

Timeliness

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CALCULATIONS

Delivery

Costs

Service
structure

Quality

Quality of
incoming
lots

Personnel

Facility

Costs

Capability

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SUPPLIER SELECTED USING AHP METHOD


RANK

NO

SUPPLIER

WEIGHT

Sri Ambal steel traders

0.3188

Calicut import and exports

0.1858

Asma steels

0.1644

Technovative Engineering

0.0812

Vijaya traders

0.0538

0.35
0.3
0.25
0.2
WEIGHT
0.15
0.1
0.05
0

SRI AMBAL STEEL


TRADERS
ASMA STEELS
CALICUT IMPORT AND
EXPORTS
VIJAYA TRADERS
AHP METHOD

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TECHNOVATIVE
ENGINEERING
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TECHNIQUE OF ORDER PREFERENCE BY SIMILARITY


TO IDEAL SOLUTION (TOPSIS)
SUPPLIER

d1

d2

0.35694

0.11275

0.34704

0.28228 0.23131

0.39828

0.6326

0.17466

0.34406

0.11803

0.22575 0.29811

0.29536

0.4976

0.19856

0.316224

0.1545

0.17586 0.27249

0.26161

0.4898

0.09762

0.151567

0.11703

0.08693 0.32295

0.056566

0.1490

0.17178

0.095001

0.23636

0.24651 0.33142

0.21261

0.3908

a max

0.35694

0.34406

0.34704

0.28228

b min

0.09762

0.095001

0.11703

0.08693

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The calculation for TOPSIS method is as follows:

d1 =

d2 =

Relative distance D = d2/(d1+d2)

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SUPPLIER SELECTED USING TOPSIS METHOD


RANK

NO

SUPPLIER

WEIGHT

Sri Ambal steel traders

0.6326

Asma steels

0.4976

Calicut import and exports

0.4898

Technovative Engineering

0.3908

Vijaya traders

0.1490

0.8
0.6
WEIGHT 0.4
0.2
0
AHP METHOD
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SRI AMBAL STEEL


TRADERS
ASMA STEELS
CALICUT IMPORT AND
EXPORTS
VIJAYA TRADERS
TECHNOVATIVE
ENGINEERING
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We get Sree Ambal steel traders as first priority, so more order should

be given to Sree Ambal steel traders.


Calicut import and exports and Asma steels has almost equal priority.
Hence quantity is divided between suppliers as below:
Sree Ambal steel traders =80 MT per Month.{Maximum capacity is

120 MT/Month}
Calicut import and exports =60 MT per Month. {Maximum capacity is

60 MT/Month}
Asma steels =60 MT per Month. {Maximum capacity is 60

MT/Month}
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Ordering cost with new suggestion


Ordering cost of Sri Ambal steel traders= 31500800.1

=Rs 2,52,000/Ordering cost of Calicut import and exports =31500600.05

=Rs 94,500/Ordering cost of Asma steels =31500600.05=Rs 94,500/Total ordering cost per month=252000+94500+94500=Rs 4,41,000/Ordering Cost saved per month= 5,54,400-4,41,000 =Rs 1,13,400/Ordering cost saved per year By Autokast Limited

=1,13,40012=Rs 13,60,800/2/1/15

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CONCLUSION
We have selected the best supplier who can meet the target of
Autokast Ltd.
RANK

SUPPLIER

Sri Ambal steel traders

Calicut import and exports

Asma steels

Ordering cost saved per year By Autokast Limited using the new

suggestion=Rs 13,60,800/-

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