Configuring an open pipeline fulfilment system - a simulation study in an automotive context

Brabazon, Philip G. and Woodcock, Andrew and MacCarthy, Bart L. (2008) Configuring an open pipeline fulfilment system - a simulation study in an automotive context. In: International Mass Customization Meeting, June 19-20, Copenhagen.

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Abstract

Automotive producers are adopting multi-modal fulfillment models in which customers can be fulfilled by products from stock, by allocating as yet unmade products that are in the planning pipeline, or by building a product to order. This study explores how fulfillment is sensitive to several parameters of the system and how they interact with different methods for sequencing products into the production plan.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Schools/Departments:Faculty of Social Sciences, Law and Education > Nottingham University Business School
ID Code:955
Deposited By:Brabazon, Philip
Deposited On:15 Sep 2008 13:33
Last Modified:15 Sep 2008 13:33

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