The German automobile and motorcycle manufacturer BMW is one of the oldest manufacturers and is now one of the 15 largest in the world. This is achieved with tight production cycles and precise specifications for just-in-sequence delivery, which you as a supplier must implement. We support you in this - with the right software solutions and our industry expertise.
JIS delivery according to JIS-5000 at BMW
The main feature of BMW's JIS-5000 requirements is that the call-offs, or the transmission of sequence information from BMW to the supplier, arrive several days before the expected delivery. For BMW, this is at least four and a half days.
The first call-off that a supplier receives for a vehicle contains, in addition to the Production number, the plant and the unloading point moreover:
- the family of parts: This reflects the assembly (for example, rear bumper, mirrors) per series.
- the supply groupThis describes the variant within a part family (for example, Coupe, Coupe M, Active Tourer, Touring).
- and the articles: This can be components or a finished part. This depends on the parts list on the part of BMW.
The second call-off sent by BMW contains the same characteristics as the first, but is extended by the Sequence number and the Target date of receipt of goods (SWET) supplemented.
This provides all the information regarding the sequence and variant for production or sequencing.
This is what you should pay attention to: Discuss with your BMW supply planner how many hours before SWET you may produce and sequence. If the parts are already produced and sequenced too early, changes at short notice, for example in the sequence, can no longer be taken into account.
There are various options for delivery at JIS-5000 depending on the supply concept specified by BMW.
- Time slot with full truck: With this concept, BMW specifies the arrival times of the trucks. The truck must always be fully loaded. If sufficient stock is available at the BMW plant, a time slot can be omitted. Over-delivery is not permitted. This is where the so-called TACHO plays a role. This reflects whether the BMW production line is running faster or slower than originally planned. This must be taken into account when a truck is dropped if the following truck is too late in the current production cycle.
- Time window according to SWET: With this concept, you must ensure that enough but not too many racks are loaded on the truck so that the quantity is sufficient for the current production speed. Over-delivery is not allowed. This is where the TACHO plays a very important role. Without taking the TACHO into account, there would always be under- or over-deliveries.
WSW Solutions and Services
Regardless of whether you want to handle BMW deliveries in your SAP system or use your own system: WSW Software supports you with suitable solutions and years of expertise in OEM supply.
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