Categories Archives: Supply Chain Planning

Categories Archives: Supply Chain Planning

ChainScope: a concept for multi-item multi-echelon models

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A major development concerning operational management of companies and networks of companies is the concept of Synchronized Base Stock (SBS) policies. This concept has been implemented at Philips Semiconductors, generating 15 million in additional profits annually, for a period of five years. The SBS concept not only enables far more effective operational material management, it […]

4C4More

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The R&D project 4C4more addresses one of the three main themes of the Innovation Program Logistics and Supply Chains: Cross Chain Control Centers, in short 4C. The key idea behind 4C is to create economies of scale and scope through inter- and intra-supply-chain collaboration. Economies of scale refer to more efficient use of scarce physical […]

Mitigation strategies against supply chain disruptions in high-tech equipment industry, by Rong Chen (with ASML)

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In this master thesis project, we investigated the supply side disruptions of ASML. Because of some high-profile incidents, disruption risks caught people’s attention. Based on the current ASML risk management situation, qualitative analyses have been conducted to some extent, while rarely any quantitative analyses have been conducted. Our main objective is to develop algorithm to model […]

DC site selection from both quantitative and qualitative perspectives, by Jing Luo (with Logitech)

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Logitech management team needs to decide which location in India should be selected for the new Logitech distribution center. Costs and service level improvements are not the only motives. There are other concerns about labor, tax, access to customers and so on, which are qualitative and cannot be quanti ed. For the site location decision, the present study attempts […]

One supplier-2 retailers inventory system with supply disruptions and transshipments problem, by Elva Fitriani

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In this master thesis project, we investigate an inventory system consists of 1 supplier and 2 retailers that use a base-stock policy. The supply process at retailer 1 is always available but the supply process at retailer 2 might be disrupted. If necessary, transshipments (complete pooling policy) can be conducted from retailer 1 to retailer 2. […]