OTIF


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AcronymDefinition
OTIFOrganisation Intergouvernementale pour Les Transports Internationaux Ferroviaires (French: The Intergovernmental Organisation for International Carriage by Rail)
OTIFOn Time In Full
OTIFOhio Teacher Incentive Fund
OTIFOne Time Installation Fee
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In a recent online interview with Mike Regan, chief relationship officer for TranzAct Technologies, Tracy Rosser, former senior vice president of transportation and supply chain for Walmart, explained that there are different vantage points to view OTIF.
An increase in OTIF deliveries has been achieved, while redeliveries and returns have been reduced, resulting in time and cost savings.
As of April 1, FTL deliveries, which had been set to increase to 95 percent OTIF, were given a 85-percent standard, while LTL requirements were bumped to 36 percent.
"We are targeted to achieve above 92% of OTIF score indeed we achieved averagely 85% in year 2017 and still it was 7% below the target...
Much earlier, during its 15th Dec 2010 meeting, the cabinet had approved in principle, this recommendation of Railways' Ministry regarding Pakistan's membership in OTIF, comprising of 43 nations of Europe, North Africa, Asia and Near East, among which Iran and Turkey feature prominently, while even a train service had also traversed over the route of Islamabad-Istanbul-Tehran- Islamabad in the connection.
The company offers a nationwide next day delivery service giving excellent OTIF, whilst specialising in the distribution of both hazardous and nonhazardous products for the plastic industry, and proudly boast many blue chip companies amongst its client list.
The EU is now a member of the Intergovernmental Organisation for International Rail Transport (OTIF).
"The content of our strategy will not change in so much as we will still work towards greater standards, improved OTIF (on time in full deliveries), continued growth and diversification but the environmental elements of our strategy will be prioritised and expanded upon.
The package was set out to develop a common approach to rail safety, with the objective of gradually integrating national safety systems; bolster the measures of interoperability in order to operate transfrontier services and cut costs on the high-speed network; set up an effective steering body--the European Railway Agency--responsible for safety and interoperability; extend and speed up opening of the rail freight market in order to open up the national freight markets; and join the new area to the Intergovernmental Organisation for International Carriage by Rail (OTIF).
Another Lean Six-Sigma approach is measuring "on-time and in-full" (OTIF).
For Watts Italy, IBP has dramatically improved customer service levels, with on-time-in-full (OTIF) performance increasing from 68-72 per cent to a sustainable 95 per cent.