Stratégie de gestion de stocks dans un réseau collaboratif
|Abstract:||The content of this paper deals with the inventory management problem in a network of many consumer products storage locations. Each location autonomously manages its stock to satisfy a deterministic demand over a given horizon. A maximum quantity of stock Si is held at each site i. When the reorder point si is reached, an order Qi is placed to the distribution center which supplies all sites. Qi is such that Qi = Si - si. The amount Qi is delivered with a known lead-time Li. If, at a given time, the Di demand at location i exceeds the on-hand inventory, the location i uses one or more other network locations for a lateral transshipment of a quantity Xji (j = 1, 2... n) from location j to location i. This lateral transhipment is made according to a number of rules that take into account transshipment cost, holding cost, replenishment cost and shortage cost. This thesis examines six key contributions published in the literature to assess the contributions of a collaborative model to performance, in terms of cost and service level, at each network location. This investigation is limited to a two-level network configuration: a central warehouse and n (n > 2) storage locations. The case of repairable spare parts, characterized by a random demand, is examined in three chapters of this memory. Another application of these strategies to collaboration between n hospitals (n> 2) is also examined in this work.|
|Document Type:||Mémoire de maîtrise|
|Open Access Date:||24 April 2018|
|Collection:||Thèses et mémoires|
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