Research on customer order decoupling point positioning model for supply chain cost optimization

@article{Ge2009ResearchOC,
  title={Research on customer order decoupling point positioning model for supply chain cost optimization},
  author={Jianghua Ge and Fen Wei and Yongtao Huang and Guoan Gao},
  journal={2009 IEEE International Conference on Automation and Logistics},
  year={2009},
  pages={1083-1088}
}
In order to solve the problem of determining the optimal customizing point under customers requirement of customizing different kinds of product, with the supply chain covering product life cycle as research object, according to different positions from which the customizing action begins, three types of supply chain when customer order decoupling point (CODP) positioning at manufacturing, assembly and delivery were analysed. On this basis, aiming at minimizing the total cost of product… CONTINUE READING

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