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IBTInternet-Based Test (various organizations)
IBTInternational Brotherhood of Teamsters
IBTInstitute of Biotechnology
IBTInstitute for Bible Translation (Stockholm, Sweden)
IBTI'll Be There
IBTInternet-Based Training
IBTInternational Biotechnology Trust (investments; UK)
IBTInstitute of Biosciences and Technology (Texas A&M University)
IBTInternational Ballet Theatre (Kirkland, WA)
IBTIncome Before Taxes
IBTInterbasin transfer
IBTInstitute of Business and Technology
IBTIntermediate Belt Transfer (Xerox)
IBTInternational Basketball Tournament
IBTInter-Branch Transfer
IBTIsland Biogeography Theory
IBTImagine Ballet Theatre (Ogden, UT)
IBTInvestors Bank and Trust
IBTIntegrated Building Technology
IBTIndianapolis Baptist Temple
IBTInstructor Based Training
IBTIndirect Business Tax (economics)
IBTIntersystem Bonding Termination (National Electrical Code requirement)
IBTIllinois Business Tax (number)
IBTIntelliLight Broadband Transport (Verizon Communications Inc.)
IBTInternal Body Temperature
IBTImmune-based therapy
IBTInbound Transportation
IBTIllinois Bureau of Tourism (Chicago, IL)
IBTImasen Bucyrus Technology (Bucyrus, OH)
IBTIndustrial Biotest Laboratory
IBTIndirect Branch Table
IBTInclined Bed Therapy
IBTIn-Band Terminator
IBTImmunization Back-Up Technician (US Air Force)
IBTInformation Bearing Thing
IBTIntra Battalion Transfer
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Study your inbound transportation costs and figure out exactly what you're spending.
"Historically, transportation was handled as two separate silos -- operations managed inbound transportation to warehouses differently from outbound delivery of products to stores," says Rik Schrader, SVP, global supply chain division for Plano, Texas-based Retalix -- a global provider of integrated software solutions for the food, fuel, CPG and distribution industries.
A comprehensive inbound transportation management system for both retail and wholesale distributors automates and optimizes freight planning, procurement, execution, settlement and visibility with supplier collaboration.
These not only include supplier on-time, supplier quality, and supplier lead times, but also such metrics as raw material inventory, days payables outstanding, direct material costs, purchasing operating costs, and inbound transportation costs.
Office Depot, one of the largest office supplies retailers in North America, has also realized increased collaboration by automating inbound transportation. Automated processes were implemented that allow Transplace to receive an electronic duplicate of all purchase orders being sent to suppliers based on order forecasts.
An example would be procurement and inbound transportation that meets regularly to discuss strategic issues for both areas as opposed to other size firms where procurement decisions drive inbound transportation execution.
He detailed the inbound-shipment flow, outlined the challenges involved in traditional management methods, explored the "Ready-to-Ship" process, and addressed the value and benefits of using technology to better manage inbound transportation.
Supply Chain Solutions managers proposed they take charge of inbound transportation, combining the two orders on one truck to save both manufacturers money.
Tasks listed where inbound transportation managers spent significantly more time in 1996 than outbound transportation managers were demurrage and detention, and hazardous material movements.