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Supply Chain Planning, 2009 Quantitative Decision Support and Advanced Planning Solutions

Langue : Anglais

Coordonnateurs : Günther Hans-Otto, Meyr Herbert

Couverture de l’ouvrage Supply Chain Planning
In recent years, supply chain planning has emerged as one of the most challenging problems in the industry. As a consequence, the planning focus is shifting from the management of plant-speci?c operations to a holistic view of the various logistics and productionstages, that is an approach in which suppliers, productionplants and customers are considered as constituents of an integrated network. A major dr- ing force behind this development lies in the globalization of the world economy, which has facilitated the co-operation between different partners working together in world-wide logistics networks. Hence, considerable cost savings can be gained from optimizing the structure and the operations of complex supply networks li- ing plants, suppliers, distribution centres and customers. Consequently, to improve the performance of the entire logistic chain, more sophisticated planning systems and more effective decision support are needed. Clearly, successful applications of supply chain management have driven the development of advanced planning systems (APS), which are concerned with s- porting decision-making activities at the strategic, tactical and operational decision level. These software packages basically rely on the application of quantitative methods, which are used to model the underlying complex decision problems c- sidering the limited availability of resources and the need to react on time to customer orders. The core module at the mid-term level of APS comprises op- ational supply chain planning. In many industries, productionstages are assigned to differentplantsand distribution centreshave been established at geographicallyd- persed locations.
Decision making in supply chains.- A framework for collaborative planning and state-of-the-art.- Simulation and optimization of supply chains: alternative or complementary approaches?.- Demand Management.- Revenue management and demand fulfillment: matching applications, models and software.- Active demand management for substitute products through price optimisation.- Customer segmentation, allocation planning and order promising in make-to-stock production.- Managing product availability in an assemble-to-order supply chain with multiple customer segments.- Inventory reservation and real-time order promising in a Make-to-Stock system.- Inventory Management.- Setting safety stocks in multi-stage inventory systems under rolling horizon mathematical programming models.- Supplier managed inventory in the OEM supply chain: the impact of relationship types on total costs and cost distribution.- Vendor-managed inventory and the effect of channel power.- Applications in the chemical industry.- Value chain management for commodities: A case study from the chemical industry.- MILP-based campaign scheduling in a specialty chemicals plant: a case study.- Applications in the automotive industry.- Supply chain planning in the German automotive industry.- Modeling and optimazing of strategic and tactical production planning in the automotive industry under uncertainty.

Application of quantitative models for decision support, industrial case studies, foundations of advanced planning software systems

Contains contributions from outstanding individuals in academia and production and logistics management on a topic of considerable practical and scientific interest

Gives a helpful reference for supply network planning supported by quantitative methodology for researchers and gives practitioners an overview of recent advances i

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147,69 €

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