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Obie Hane
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Yoshinori Suzuki

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Obie Hane on Sunday September 27, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SCM 560 at Iowa State University taught by Yoshinori Suzuki in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see /class/214554/scm-560-iowa-state-university in Business, management at Iowa State University.

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Date Created: 09/27/15
Example Topics Example 1 Assume that you are about to start a new business in the state of Iowa You first select an industry which you want to initiate business eg restaurantchain business manufacturing business wholesale business etc You then estimate the expected demand in each cityregion and determine where and how many facilities eg manufacturing plant DCs retail outlets etc are needed in your logistics system Use the location analysis technique you have learned in this class Do intensive sensitivity analyses to examine how the optimal location is affected by factors such as change in demand change in customer location etc Example 2 Select a retail company of your choice e g McDonalds Exxon etc and assume that you are the senior members of the logistics department If the retail company of your choice sells more than one type of product also select the product of your interest eg hamburger bicycle You then identify the locations of the retail outlets and the DCs used by the company in the state of Iowa and estimate the expected demand at each retail outlet Using your estimation develop a DRP program for this company for the next 15 weeks Compare your results with the company s actual order pattern and estimate how much cost saving may be expected Example 3 Select a trucking company of your choice Obtain the actual vehicle routing used by the company for a given date so that you can identify all the customer locations served and the depot locations used for that particular day You then solve the multiplevehicle routing problem using LOGWARE Compare your results nearoptimal routing with the actual routing used by the company and estimate how much cost savings may be expected by using your routing suggestion Perform sensitivity analyses to examine the robustness of your solution


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