|Statement||E. Van der Laan ... [et al.].|
|Series||Working papers / INSEAD -- 99/11/TM/CIMSO 7, Working papers -- 99/11/TM/CIMSO 7.|
|Contributions||Laan, Erwin Van Der., INSEAD., CIMSO.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||33|
Downloadable! This paper is on production planning and inventory control in systems where manufacturing and remanufacturing operations occur simultaneously. Typical for these hybridsystems is, that both the output of the manufacturing process and the output of the remanufacturing process can be used to fulfill customer demands. Here, we consider a . Remanufacturing facilities operate together with a manufacturing plant in satisfying the demand. These types of systems are known as hybrid manufacturing and remanufacturing systems. Remanufacturing involves a reverse flow of products which makes the inventory management in hybrid systems quite complex. Inventory Control in Hybrid Manufacturing/ Remanufacturing Systems with Fuzzy Demand and Return Jingwei Liu ; Zujun Ma ; Ying Dai ; and Pengfei Ning Download. Hybrid Inventory System An inventory system combining features of the fixed reorder quantity inventory model and the fixed reorder cycle inventory model. Features of the fixed reorder cycle inventory model and the fixed reorder quantity inventory model .
We review the classes of inventory strategies for hybrid systems in the literature. These are all based on equal lead times. For systems with slow manufacturing and fast remanufacturing, we propose a new by: PDF | An optimal control model in a manufacturing/remanufacturinginventory system, with defective, deteriorating, returned and disposed items was | Find, read and. control’ is still at the core of inventory management, but it has been enhanced by requirements planning and just-in-time, with e-commerce giving a fast and efﬁcient ﬂow of material through an integrated supply Size: 1MB. Production planning and inventory control in hybrid systems is the central issue in this paper. The contributions of this paper are as follows. First, we present in Section 2 a literature review on this issue. Second, we introduce in Section 3 two control strategies, based on PUSH and PULL concepts respectively. The control strategies rely on a.
Traditional supply chains consist of manufacturers, who process, assemble and sell products to customers. Once the product has been sold, the ownership of the product is transferred on to the customer. Typically after a possible warranty period, the repair, maintenance and eventual disposal of the product is then the responsibility of the customer. The reverse processing Author: Bhavana Padakala. Inventory control or stock control can be broadly defined as "the activity of checking a shop’s stock." However, a more focused definition takes into account the more science-based, methodical practice of not only verifying a business' inventory but also focusing on the many related facets of inventory management (such as forecasting future demand) "within an . In this paper we develop an approximate model of an inventory control system in which there exist two options for resupply, with one having a shorter lead time. Because the optimal policy appears t Cited by: inventory management has gained a substantial interest among the researchers working in the field. In a book  author described the quantitative models to represent the activities of remanufacturing and recycling in the context of reverse logistics emphasizing three issues: namely: distribution planning, inventory management and pro-File Size: 1MB.