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Enabling the Supply Chain in an Electronic World
Enabling the Supply Chain in an Electronic World
papiNet Is…
papiNet Is…
Enabling the Supply Chain in an Electronic World
Enabling the Supply Chain in an Electronic World
A Response to Market Needs
A Response to Market Needs
Obligatory Quotation
Obligatory Quotation
papiNet Evolution
papiNet Evolution
papiNet
papiNet
papiNet Global Organization
papiNet Global Organization
papiNet Europe Membership
papiNet Europe Membership
papiNet NA Membership
papiNet NA Membership
papiNet Goals
papiNet Goals
Partner 1
Partner 1
Collaboration
Collaboration
Collaboration Benefits
Collaboration Benefits
What is ‘The Standard”
What is ‘The Standard”
Product definition
Product definition
Paper Properties
Paper Properties
Rapid Development
Rapid Development
2002 Schedule
2002 Schedule
Supply Models
Supply Models
Publisher/ Cataloger
Publisher/ Cataloger
Publisher/ Cataloger
Publisher/ Cataloger
Publisher/ Cataloger
Publisher/ Cataloger
Forecast/Planning ProductPerformance Availability RFQ (ATP)
Forecast/Planning ProductPerformance Availability RFQ (ATP)
Not just A2A
Not just A2A
Implementation Status
Implementation Status
Total Live and Planned Implementation
Total Live and Planned Implementation
Total by Continent
Total by Continent
Implementation by Transaction
Implementation by Transaction
Some of Who are Live or Testing
Some of Who are Live or Testing
Industry Segments
Industry Segments
12 November 2002
12 November 2002
papiNet Transport
papiNet Transport
Background
Background
Background
Background
Scope
Scope
Transport Industry Contacts
Transport Industry Contacts
Operational Structure
Operational Structure
Roadmap
Roadmap
Paper Industry Messages
Paper Industry Messages
Issues and Challenges
Issues and Challenges
Summary
Summary
Get Plugged In…
Get Plugged In…

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1 Enabling the Supply Chain in an Electronic World

Enabling the Supply Chain in an Electronic World

The Global Electronic Standards Initiative for the Paper and Forest Products Industry

Nigel Saville Senior Business Systems Consultant TietoEnator Majiq Inc. November, 28 2002 Paris, France

2 papiNet Is…

papiNet Is…

An international paper and forest products industry e-Business initiative. A set of standard electronic documents that facilitates the flow of information among parties engaged in the buying, selling, and distribution of paper and forest products. Enabler for collaborative electronic business using the internet.

3 Enabling the Supply Chain in an Electronic World
4 A Response to Market Needs

A Response to Market Needs

Globalization

Supply Chain Inventory

ROI

Threats and opportunities of external marketplaces

Emergence of the Internet for Business

Uneven adoption of EDI

Supply Chain Visibility

Customers open to new technologies

High order management costs

Changing customer demands

5 Obligatory Quotation

Obligatory Quotation

“The Industry has not done its best over the last 10-15 years to give return on capital invested. papiNet is one of the keys to driving out cost in the way business is done.”

LH Puckett VP Coated Division International Paper

6 papiNet Evolution

papiNet Evolution

7 papiNet

papiNet

papiNet Evolution

8 papiNet Global Organization

papiNet Global Organization

papiNet Executive Committee

Convergence and Partnering Council

Central Work Group (15 members)

Implementation Coordinating Council

Publication Papers Fine Paper Packaging Book Pulp Recovered Fibre Timber – Lumber Label Stock

Solutions Provider Council Message Service Compliance Standards Convergence Issues Support Quality Aspects

Message Task Groups Interoperability & Technical Transportation Documentation

9 papiNet Europe Membership

papiNet Europe Membership

M-real (Mets? Serla) Mondi Myllykoski Norske Skog Portucel/Soporcel Sappi SCA Smurfit S?dra Stora Enso UPM-Kymmene/Haindl

Ahlstr?m AssiDom?n Burgo ENCE Expresso Fedrigoni Holmen Paper International Paper Kappa Korsn?s Lecta Mayr-Melnhof

10 papiNet NA Membership

papiNet NA Membership

Abitibi-Consolidated Inc. Bowater America Inc. Brown Printing Company Dupont Titanium Technology ForestExpress G+J USA Publishing Glatfelter Company International Paper Company Lands’ End Madison Paper Industries MeadWestvaco Corporation Perry Judd’s Inc. Quad Graphics Inc.

Quebecor World R. R. Donnelley Sappi Fine Paper, NA Seeburger Inc Smurfit-Stone Container Corp SP Newsprint Co. Stora Enso NA Tembec TietoEnator Majiq Time Inc UPM-Kymmene Weyerhaeuser Company XBITS

11 papiNet Goals

papiNet Goals

To increase efficiencies in transaction and marketplace activities through documented business processes, with Supporting standard XML messages, and consistent data definitions, common terminology and formats “real-time” exchange of information through the internet To ensure that the standards are interoperable Between trading partners in the paper and forest products industry. Between trading partners in other industries ebXML envelope Engage other standards initiatives To provide standards that are open and freely available

12 Partner 1

Partner 1

Partner 2

papiNet Fits…

Strategy

Processes

Business Rules

papiNet Messages

Message Transport

13 Collaboration

Collaboration

Partner 1

Partner 2

papiNet Fits…

Strategy

Processes

Business Rules

papiNet Messages

Message Transport

14 Collaboration Benefits

Collaboration Benefits

Supply Chain Collaboration Cost reductions & Productivity Improvements Supply Chain visibility Value Chain Collaboration Emphasis on effectiveness and collaboration An operating strategy linking the enterprises in the chain Requires Trust Requires Collaborative Processes

15 What is ‘The Standard”

What is ‘The Standard”

Managed by the papiNet Central Work Group XML messages defined in W3C Schema Message documentation Extensive Glossary ebXML Message Envelope Implementation Guidelines Design tools Stylesheets Case Studies with message examples

16 Product definition

Product definition

17 Paper Properties

Paper Properties

18 Rapid Development

Rapid Development

Version 1.0

Version 1.1 Pulp additions released

Version 2.0

Version 2.1

First joint meeting Brussels

August 2000

June 2001

August 2001

November 2002

December 2002

June 2002

August 2002

Transport Label Stock RCF initiated

Book Lumber initiated

19 2002 Schedule

2002 Schedule

Industry Review Period For Version 2.0

Industry Review Period For

PurchaseOrder OrderConfirmation CallOff CallOffConfirmation DeliveryMessage GoodsReceipt Invoice CreditDebit Usage OrderStatus InventoryStatus InventoryChange InformationRequest ProductAttributes Usage BusinessAcknowledgement

Schema for all messages ebXML Envelope

V2.0

V2.1

Book Industry Complete Timber/Lumber Complete Investigate Recovered Fibre Investigate Transport

Forecast Planning Complaint & Response ProductQuality ProductPerformance Availability

Planning OrderStatus InventoryStatus InventoryChange InformationRequest ProductAttributes Usage

Dec 2002

June 2002

July 2002

Aug 2002

Dec 2002

20 Supply Models

Supply Models

papiNet messages can be categorized according to the Supply-Chain Council’s, Supply-Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model

RequestForQuotation Availability PurchaseOrder PO Confirmation CallOff OrderStatus InventoryStatus

DeliveryMessage GoodsReceipt Invoice

CreditDebitNote BusinessAck InformationRequest Complaint ComplaintResponse

Catalogue Forecast Planning

ProductQuality Usage InventoryChange ProductPerformance

21 Publisher/ Cataloger

Publisher/ Cataloger

Printer/ Converter

Paper Producer

Transaction Model

Order Confirmation

Purchase Order

Purchase Order

Order Confirmation

Purchase Order Order Confirmation Delivery Invoice CallOff

22 Publisher/ Cataloger

Publisher/ Cataloger

Printer/ Converter

Paper Producer

Transaction Model

DeliveryMessage

Invoice

CallOff

DeliveryMessage

Invoice

Purchase Order Order Confirmation Delivery Invoice CallOff

23 Publisher/ Cataloger

Publisher/ Cataloger

Printer/ Converter

Paper Producer

Collaboration Model

DeliveryMessage

GoodsReceipt

Usage

Forecast

DeliveryMessage

GoodsReceipt

Usage

Planning Forecast DeliveryMessage GoodsReceipt Usage

Planned Work & Print Schedule

24 Forecast/Planning ProductPerformance Availability RFQ (ATP)

Forecast/Planning ProductPerformance Availability RFQ (ATP)

Complexity Process Migration

OrderStatus InventoryStatus InventoryChange ProductQuality

CallOff GoodsReceipt Usage

PO, POAck, Delivery, Invoice

BENEFITS

Value Automation Supply Chain Velocity

Supply Chain Collaboration

Supply Chain Visibility

Supply Chain Metrics

25 Not just A2A

Not just A2A

To be effective, the papiNet standard must support a range of trading partner capabilities Three tiers of trading partners Top – Comprehensive ERP system Middle – Separate database systems Bottom – maybe a PC and Internet connection Engage all trading partners Single “e-business pipe” for all tiers Middleware support multiple delivery types Stylesheets and other tools A range of alternative uses

26 Implementation Status

Implementation Status

Implementation benchmark survey completed November 2002 80 trading partners engaged in implementation 2003 goal All 80 in production 50 more in testing Quarterly surveys throughout 2003

27 Total Live and Planned Implementation

Total Live and Planned Implementation

28 Total by Continent

Total by Continent

29 Implementation by Transaction

Implementation by Transaction

30 Some of Who are Live or Testing

Some of Who are Live or Testing

Axel Springer Abitibi-Consolidated Bowater America Brown Printing Burda Burgo Expresso ForestExpress Glatfelter Holmen Paper International Paper

Land’s End Madison Paper Mayr-Melnhof MeadWestvaco News International Norske Skog PakPrint PapeX Perry Judd’s Quad Graphics Quebecor World

R. R. Donnelley Sappi SCA Smurfit S?dra SP Newsprint Stora Enso Tembec Time Inc. UPM-Kymmene Weyerhaeuser

31 Industry Segments

Industry Segments

Initial focus on Publishing Paper, Fine Paper and Packaging Paper Pulp segment embraced in 2001 papiNet has begun the process of expanding outside its current domain Wood products segment underway Book publishers segment underway Recovered paper industry segment starting Label Stock segment starting Logistics XML standards initiative launched

32 12 November 2002

12 November 2002

Transportation

papiNet launched an initiative to develop a set of XML Business Transactions to support Transport and Logistics processes in the Paper and Forest Products Industry

33 papiNet Transport

papiNet Transport

papiNet will engage the CIDX standards group to further our common objectives in transportation and logistics message standards.

Engage the CIDX standards group in the enhancement of their transport and logistics messages to incorporate paper and forest products industry requirements. Initial pilot of one message – Shipment Status – for Q1 2003 Explore the opportunities to participate with CIDX Convergence and Partnering group in monitoring the XML global cross industry standards landscape

34 Background

Background

In 2001, an investigation of the transport electronic message standard landscape. Fragmented and disorganized industry with pockets of independent activity Enthusiasm for and recognition of the need for a single global cross-industry transport and logistics electronic business message standard No comprehensive Transport Industry initiative underway. Too many proprietary messages standards, too many independent standards being developed, and too much reliance on 30 year old EDI messages

35 Background

Background

Highly desirable that such messages be cross industry, as well as global, i.e. not just for paper. The goal of engaging the transport and logistics standards arena is to fill a gap in our ability to business in a common way electronically The need for a single Transport Industry initiative is well recognized by transport providers, but Transport Industry organizations are not “doing anything”

36 Scope

Scope

No message development by papiNet Concentrate on the major business functions between Shipper, Carrier, and Customer/Consignee (e.g., Shipment Status, Load Tender, Load Tender Response, Freight Bill). The initiative should consider all Forest and Paper Industry requirements. Utilize existing papiNet messages where appropriate for business processes Out of scope: Customs Air Shipments

37 Transport Industry Contacts

Transport Industry Contacts

NA: CN CSX VCML IntelliTrans NISTEVO Schneider Meyer?s & Sohn Irving Transport Transplace Judge Organization

EU: EDI-Management Transwide PHAROS Schenker Meyer?s & Sohn Pohls SCA Transforest Expro DB Cargo

38 Operational Structure

Operational Structure

Paper and Forest Industry Transport Requirements

papiNet Executive Committee (Direct)

Central Work Group (Manage)

Transport Task Group 3 EU + 3 NA (Implement)

Transport Community (Requirements) Road, Rail, Ocean - Users & Suppliers

papiNet

CIDX

CIDX Joint Advisory Committee (Operating Management Team)

Convergence and Partnering

Standards Development

Logistics Sub-Group (3 people)

39 Roadmap

Roadmap

November – papiNet join CIDX as Associate member December – papiNet Transport Task Team meets January – 2 day meeting of Paper and Forest Europe Products Transport Community January - 2 day meeting of Paper and Forest North Products Transport Community America

40 Paper Industry Messages

Paper Industry Messages

Contract Weight List (EU), Manifest (US) = papiNet Delivery message Load Tender (Booking, Rating, CarrierAssignment) Load Tender Response Load Consolidation (incl. multidrop) Shipment Status (one message with different types) Delivery Confirmation = papiNet Goods Receipt Bill of Lading = no papiNet transactions Invoicing Process using papiNet Invoice and CreditDebitNote Complaint Process using papiNet Complaint messages

41 Issues and Challenges

Issues and Challenges

“Standards wars” Core Components Globalization of the standard Capabilities of Trading Partners Reluctance to re-engineer processes Trading Partner relationships Myths and Rumors

42 Summary

Summary

The papiNet organization is committed to providing the means to utilize electronic business messages over the Internet to improve supply chain efficiency and effectiveness The papiNet Standard provides the XML messages, tools and extensive documentation to do this The Transport Initiative will broaden the scope of where improvements can be made Introducing more industry segments will enrich the standard and broaden its acceptance and use Fully engaged in supporting the industry and our goals of driving out cost.

43 Get Plugged In…

Get Plugged In…

Visit our web site at www.papinet.org Contact the papiNet leadership Become a member of papiNet. Ask questions. User Group – first meeting Q1 2003

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