Domino's India Logistics Management

            
 
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Case Code : OPER005
Case Length : 10 Pages
Period : 1999 - 2003
Organization : Domino's
Pub Date : 2003
Teaching Note : Available
Countries : India
Industry : Food, Beverage and Tobacco

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Domino's Logistics Model

Analysts felt that Domino's took a cue from McDonald's supply chain model (Refer Box and Exhibit III for McDonald's model). However, they opined that the level of complexity in McDonald's system in India was not as high as that of Domino's. Commented Bhatia, "McDonald's operations are not as spread out as ours. They are in four cities while we are in 16. Centralizing wouldn't work on such a geographical scale."

Thus in early 2000, Domino's came out with its own logistics model. It began at the point Domino's purchased wheat for making the pizza dough. Domino's first decided the procurement strategy for its key raw materials: wheat, baby corn, tomatoes and spices.

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For instance, wheat was cheapest in Jalandhar's (Punjab) wholesale markets. Domino's refrigerated trucks got the wheat back to the commissary in Delhi. Commissary processed the wheat and prepared the pizza dough. The pizza dough and other items prepared in commissaries were then sent to the retail outlets again in refrigerated trucks.

The temperature inside the truck was fixed based on the distance between the retail outlets and the commissaries. This was to set the dough at a particular level when it reached the outlets. The retail outlets had to use up the processed dough within three days of delivery. If they failed to do so for some reason the entire quantity was discarded.

To get to Jalandhar, the trucks had to pass Chandigarh. Chandigarh with a cosmopolitan population, was a potential market for Domino's products. Therefore, Domino's opened an outlet there. The cost of entry was low because there was no additional costs incurred on transportation of products...

Exhibits

Exhibit I: The Pizza Hotline
Exhibit Ii: Domino's Worldwide Revenues
Exhibit Iii: Mcdonald' Supply Chain
Exhibit Iv: Mcdonald's - Outsourcing The Ingredients
 


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