Quotation Reiner, Gerald. 2010. Evaluation of supply process improvements illustrated by means of a JIS supply process from the automotive industry. 2nd Rapid Modelling Conference "Quick Response: Intersection of Theory and Practice, University of Neuchâtel, Schweiz, 30.8.


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In this study, we show that some of the core aspects of supply chain management are not taken into account sufficiently by traditional evaluation systems. In particular, the functional separation of cost centers, which belong to the supply process, causes problems for evaluating supply chain improvements. We build up an evaluation model supported by process simulation to overcome these problems. This model is applied to an example from the automotive industry. We assess the effect of distance reduction and transport scheduling (frequency) within a just-in-sequence (JIS) supply process and we show effects of moving the customer order decoupling point (CODP).

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Status of publication Published
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Type of publication Paper presented at an academic conference or symposium
Language English
Title Evaluation of supply process improvements illustrated by means of a JIS supply process from the automotive industry
Event 2nd Rapid Modelling Conference "Quick Response: Intersection of Theory and Practice
Year 2010
Date 30.8.
Country Switzerland
Location University of Neuchâtel
URL https://libra.unine.ch/index.php?NAV%5Bpid%5D=iss1&NAV%5Bcontext_pid%5D=iss1-src1&NAV%5Bpubid%5D=13486&BLOGIC%5Bsearch_string%5D=Evaluation+of+supply+process+improvements+illustrated+by+means+of+a+JIS+supply+process+from+the+automotive+industry

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Research areas (ÖSTAT Classification 'Statistik Austria')
1133 Computer-aided simulation (Details)
5307 Business and management economics (Details)
5316 Industrial management (Details)
5326 Production research (Details)
5354 Business logistics (Details)
5365 Quality management (Details)
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