Supply Chain Management and Advanced Planning Concepts, Models, Software and Case Studies

Supply Chain Management concerns organizational aspects of integrating legally separated firms as well as coordinating materials and information flows within a production-distribution network. The Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) systems being used for transaction handling and order execution in...

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Other Authors: Stadtler, Hartmut (Editor), Kilger, Christoph (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2000, 2000
Edition:1st ed. 2000
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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505 0 |a I. Basics of Supply Chain Management -- 1 Supply Chain Management — An Overview -- 2 Supply Chain Analysis -- 3 Advanced Planning -- II. Concepts of Advanced Planning Systems -- 4 Structure of Advanced Planning Systems -- 5 Strategic Network Planning -- 6 Demand Planning -- 7 Master Planning -- 8 Demand Fulfilment and ATP -- 9 Production Planning and Scheduling -- 10 Distribution and Transport Planning -- 11 Coordination and Integration -- III. Implementing Advanced Planning Systems -- 12 The Definition of a Supply Chain Project -- 13 The Selection Process -- 14 The Implementation Process -- IV. Actual APS and Case Studies -- 15 Architecture of Selected APS -- 16 Scheduling of Synthetic Granulate -- 17 Semiconductor Manufacturing -- 18 Computer Assembly -- 19 Food and Beverages -- V. Conclusions and Outlook -- 20 Conclusions and Outlook -- VI. Supplement -- 21 Forecast Methods -- 22 Linear and Mixed Integer Programming -- 23 Genetic Algorithms -- 24 Constraint Programming -- About Contributors 
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520 |a Supply Chain Management concerns organizational aspects of integrating legally separated firms as well as coordinating materials and information flows within a production-distribution network. The Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) systems being used for transaction handling and order execution in most firms today have been supplemented by Advanced Planning Systems (APS) for coordinating flows, exploiting bottlenecks and keeping due dates. Various optimization techniques can be applied by APS to improve plans according to business targets. This book provides insights regarding the concepts underlying APS. Special emphasis is given to modelling supply chains and implementing APS in industry successfully. Understanding is enhanced through the use of case studies as well as an introduction to the solution algorithms used