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New PDF release: Dynamic Inventory Management in Reverse Logistics

By Rainer Kleber

ISBN-10: 3540332294

ISBN-13: 9783540332299

ISBN-10: 3540332308

ISBN-13: 9783540332305

ReverseLogistics is a space that has attracted growingattention over the past years either from the commercial in addition to from the scienti?c aspect. the right kind administration of opposite ?ows of goods and fabrics is of substantial - portance in lots of industries due to its in?uence on monetary functionality and environmental effect. The respective administration initiatives, in spite of the fact that, are attached with new hard making plans and keep an eye on difficulties. This es- cially holds for product restoration administration relating remanufacturing operations the place used items, after being back to the producer, are reprocessed such that they're pretty much as good as new and will be re-integrated into the ahead logistics movement. Amajorissueinremanufacturingishowtooptimallycoordinatethepot- tial actions directed at assembly purchaser calls for for serviceable items and to house returns of goods after end-of-use.Therespectivedecisions discuss with ?nding a formal mixture of production unique and remanufacturing used items in addition to of stock-keeping and casting off back goods. Hereby, correct fee affects and time styles of call for and returns need to be taken into consideration.

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00 units time. 2. 1). 82, T ]. The first interval has maximum length, but the second one is shorter because it reaches the end of the planning horizon where no further demand is available. 6 shows optimal Case 2 intervals and the optimal development of the value of returns λu . 7. Outside optimal Case 2 intervals demand is satisfied either from remanufacturing and production if demand exceeds the return rate, or from remanufacturing alone if the opposite applies. In the first case, an additional return would have a value of cp − cr = 1 since it could be used immediately to forego production.

End while Step 3 j k while there exist two consecutive intervals with θx,2 = θe,2 , j > k and j k θx,2 − θe,2 < τu do j k let θx,2 := θx,2 . Delete point j from the set of construction intervals. 9 (i) or (ii) are achieved or θe,2 = 0 or θx,2 = T. end while 26 2 A Basic Quantitative Model d , u k = 2 k = 1 d u q ~ 1 e ,2 q 1 e ,2 q 1 x ,2 = q 2 e ,2 q 2 x ,2 q ~ 1 x ,2 t ite m s p u t in to re c o v e ra b le s in v e n to ry ite m s ta k e n o u t o f re c o v e ra b le s in v e n to ry Fig. 5.

1 0 2 4 6 8 1 0 1 2 t Fig. 7. 1. 5 Numerical Examples 31 Let us now presume two scenarios with positive initial inventory levels for serviceables and recoverables. Under such situations there are two additional questions to be answered. First, it has to be determined whether to keep all recoverables available at time zero or to dispose of a certain quantity w0 and secondly, we want to know how operative decisions change. 83. 81. 19 is therefore disposed of at time zero. The remaining returns are kept and further accumulated using incoming returns until after θs , upon which recoverables inventory is reduced by filling all demand from remanufacturing.

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