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Matching Demand and Supply to Maximize Profits from Remanufacturing
The profitability of remanufacturing depends on the quantity and quality of product returns and on the demand for remanufactured products. The quantity and quality of product returns can beExpand
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Review of inventory systems with deterioration since 2001
This paper presents an up-to-date review of the advances made in the field of inventory control of perishable items (deteriorating inventory). The last extensive review on this topic dates back toExpand
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Economic ordering quantities for recoverable item inventory systems
We study a deterministic EOQ model of an inventory system with items that can be recovered (repaired/refurbished/remanufactured). We use different holding cost rates for manufactured and recoveredExpand
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Inventory models with lateral transshipments: A review
Lateral transshipments within an inventory system are stock movements between locations of the same echelon. These transshipments can be conducted periodically at predetermined points in time toExpand
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Dynamic lot sizing with product returns and remanufacturing
We address the dynamic lot sizing problem for systems with product returns. The demand and return amounts are deterministic over the finite planning horizon. Demands can be satisfied by manufacturedExpand
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Intermittent demand: Linking forecasting to inventory obsolescence
The standard method to forecast intermittent demand is that by Croston. This method is available in ERP-type solutions such as SAP and specialised forecasting software packages (e.g. Forecast Pro),Expand
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Lot-sizing for inventory systems with product recovery
  • R. Teunter
  • Business, Computer Science
  • Comput. Ind. Eng.
  • 7 August 2003
We study inventory systems with product recovery. Recovered items are as-good-as-new and satisfy the same demands as new items. The demand rate and return fraction are deterministic. The relevantExpand
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Forecasting intermittent demand: a comparative study
Methods for forecasting intermittent demand are compared using a large data set from the UK Royal Air Force. Several important results are found. First, we show that the traditional per periodExpand
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Competition for cores in remanufacturing
We study competition between an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and an independently operating remanufacturer (IO). Different from the existing literature, the OEM and IO compete not only forExpand
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Lot-sizing for a single-stage single-product production system with rework of perishable production defectives
Abstract. We consider a single-stage single-product production system. Produced units may be non-defective, reworkable defective, or non-reworkable defective. The system switches between productionExpand
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