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Real-time Supply Chain Planning and Control – A Case Study from the Norwegian Food Industry

@inproceedings{Dreyer2008RealtimeSC,
  title={Real-time Supply Chain Planning and Control – A Case Study from the Norwegian Food Industry},
  author={Heidi C. Dreyer and Ragnhild Bjartnes and Torbj{\o}rn H. Netland and Jan Ola Strandhagen},
  year={2008}
}
Supply chain planning and control is about balancing resources and supply with market demand in a supply chain context. Increased focus on supply chain optimisation and need for responsiveness has significantly increased the importance and complexity of this task. Competitiveness today is achieved by demand-driven supply chain planning and control systems, which again require visibility of data and visualisation of appropriate decision information. This paper argues that access to real-time… Expand

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