Categories Archives: Projects Thesis

Categories Archives: Projects Thesis

The inventory deployment decision in the retail supply chain, by S.C. Geerts (with Jumbo Supermarkten)

By: Jolanda Verkuijlen - Nelissen

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The master thesis project deals with the development of a quantitative ILP-model in order to solve the so-called inventory deployment decision for ambient products in a retail supply chain with central and regional distribution centers (DC) with internal consolidation. The inventory deployment decision is the problem at which distribution stage and in which storage pick […]

Multi-echelon inventory management at Sligro Food Group NV, by Tim van Pelt

By: Jolanda Verkuijlen - Nelissen

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Sligro Food Group N.V. considers the application of an integrated inventory control policy in which crucial information is shared among the different stock points in its supply chain. The research examines the potential inventory holding cost savings of the application of an installation stock policy with central demand pooling – in which downstream demand data […]

Calculating CO2 emission, by Jouri Smits (with Santrade Ltd.)

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The goal of this project was to calculate the CO2-emission in 2011 for the three DC’s (Schiedam, Singapore, Hebron) so that in the future a project can be started regarding CO2 reduction. The most difficult part for Santrade in calculating the emission is the fact that they ship very small packages. About 70% of all […]

Calculating and reducing carbon dioxide emissions, by Inge van den Akker (with Bausch & Lomb)

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This report describes the development of a method to calculate carbon dioxide emissions resulting from air, rail, road and sea transport. Based on the method a tool in Microsoft Access is built and with this tool the carbon dioxide emissions resulting from the transport of lenses of Bausch & Lomb are calculated. Based on these results the expected […]

Carbon Regulated Supply Chain Management, by Selcan Cansiz (with Cisco Systems)

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In this study, the carbon emissions result from transportation at Cisco Systems, Inc. are calculated, current service supply chain is evaluated, possible carbon emission reduction opportunities are explored and most promising carbon emission reduction opportunity is found to be changing transportation mode from air to road. The effect of changing transportation mode from air to […]