Riordan Manufacturing Operations
Riordan Manufacturing operations consist of receiving, manufacturing, shipping, and ordering processes. Currently Riordan follows a common set of procedures to ensure consistency and quality control.
Raw Materials Receiving
The day begins with the delivery of goods to the receiving area where it is validated and unloaded by the receiving team. Once unloaded it is moved to the raw materials area in the factory. At the same time the receiving area supervisor compares the shipping document against the scheduled incoming orders. At the end of each day the receiving area supervisor hands over the log of all the raw material received for the day and any associated documents to the receiving clerk. The receiving clerk then manually enters the information into the inventory system. The data includes materials received, vendor, and quantity of goods received.
Manufacturing with Inventory
Within the manufacturing operations area raw materials usage is logged in the raw material usage form and is given to the inventory clerk. The inventory clerk then enters the raw material usage amount into the inventory system. At the end of a manufacturing day a form is submitted to the inventory clerk that reflects the number of sub-assemblies and final products completed.
Final Product Shipping
As sales are completed, they are entered into the customer shipping and billing system. The order shipping team then draws the products to be shipped that are listed on the shipping documents generated out of the customer shipping and billing system
After orders are fulfilled and loaded for shipment, the truck number, date, and time of shipment are updated into the customer shipping and billing system for tracking. At the end of the day a copy of the orders shipped is given to the inventory clerk to update the inventory system. At the end of each year a physical inventory is conducted to reconcile the quantities of raw materials, sub...