2003
DOI: 10.1016/s0925-5273(03)00111-7
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Logistics-oriented inventory analysis

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“…Inventory Operating Curves Figure 3 shows the inventory operating curves of a sample article: customer service level and delivery delay are functions of the mean inventory level (Lutz et al, 2002). The shape of the customer service level operating curve is similar to that of a square root function.…”
Section: Figure 2-procedures Of the Logistics-oriented Inventory Analysismentioning
confidence: 96%
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“…Inventory Operating Curves Figure 3 shows the inventory operating curves of a sample article: customer service level and delivery delay are functions of the mean inventory level (Lutz et al, 2002). The shape of the customer service level operating curve is similar to that of a square root function.…”
Section: Figure 2-procedures Of the Logistics-oriented Inventory Analysismentioning
confidence: 96%
“…The theoretical models utilised in the analyses of the supply chain are throughput diagrams for work systems (Wiendahl, 1995) and inventories (Lutz et al, 2002), logistic operating curves (Nyhuis, 1994) and inventory operating curves (Lutz et al, 2002). These models are embedded in two types of analysis methods, the bottleneck-oriented logistics analysis (Penz & Nyhuis, 1995) and the logisticsoriented inventory analysis (Lutz et al, 2002). Two bottleneck-oriented logistics analyses were carried out for the production departments of both, manufacturer and supplier.…”
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“…Within the operating processes, companies manage indicators such as the percentage of deliveries on time, time of the production cycle, productivity of people and machines, yields and costs (Zaratiegui, 1999). An efficient management of materials and production is necessary to improve these indicators and thus the company is able to satisfy the requirements of the internal and external customer gaining competitive advantage (Lutz et al, 2003).…”
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