What is MMOG-LE?
The Materials Management Operations Guideline/Logistics Evaluation (MMOG/LE) defines a common, industry-wide set of best practices can help to improve delivery performance.
MMOG/LE is an assessment tool used to measure and improve materials planning and logistics efficiency within a manufacturing facility. It is designed to eliminate supply-related delivery risk for all partners within the supply chain. The intent of the MMOG/LE is to validate the organization has robust material planning and delivery processes in place to support overall business objectives.
Vehicle manufacturers including Ford, GM, Chrysler, JLR, PSA, Volvo car and Volvo Truck require annual submission of their suppliers’ score and/or assessment. Although the tool was developed for the automotive industry, it can be used by any manufacturing organisation to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of their processes.
MMOG/LE has been developed jointly by Odette and AIAG. For more information visit the Odette website
What are the benefits of effectively using MMOG-LE?
By using this internationally recognised assessment tool and taking actions to address the findings of an assessment the benefits can include:
- Gain control of supply chain processes
- Reduce inventory carrying costs, premium freight, rework, line stoppages, lead times
- Increase inventory visibility
- Reduce supply chain risk
- Supports continuous improvement
- Increase customer satisfaction
- Increase competitiveness
What support services do SMMT IF offer?
SMMT IF is a sanctioned Odette training provider, and can provide a wide range of training and support to help organisations understand MMOG-LE and maximise the benefits of using the tool.
MMOG-LE Assessment tool and criteria FAQs
This list of FAQs has been developed by a subcommittee of the AIAG and Odette MMOG‐LE work group. FAQs were developed to provide further clarification on the MMOG‐LE Assessment tool and criteria. FAQs do not change any requirements.
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