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Title: Optimal Decisions for Deteriorating Items with Expiration Date and Uncertain Lead Time
Researcher: Tayal, Shilpi
Guide(s): Singh, S R and Sharma, Rajendra
Keywords: Mathematics
Upload Date: 20-Oct-2015
University: Graphic Era University
Completed Date: 14/09/2015
Abstract: InventorydecisionsinsupplychainarecrucialforitssuccessThesedecisionsbecomemoreimportantfortheproductswithexpirationdateMakingthesedecisionsininventorysystemsisachallengingtaskformanagersWithtodayshighcompetitivemarkettoaffordthecostofwarehousesisaverydifficulttaskforthemanagementinmostofthecountriesManagersarefacedwiththeneedtodeliverahighlevelofservicewithminimalwarehouseandinventorycostSincealargeorderedquantityincreasestheworkforceofawarehouseSoitisnecessarytodeveloptoolswhichcanhelpmanagerstohandlethewarehousetoavoidtheextracostofhandlingSoitiseconomicaltoordertheinventoryaccordingtoavailablestoragespaceThusitcanbesaidthattheinventorycontrolproblemwithvariabledemandpatternfordeterioratingproductsisimportantinindustryandvirtuallyaffecttheeveryaspectofdailylifeoperationsMostapproachesintheliteratureforoptimizingdecisionsinsuchanenvironmentconsideronlyasingleiteminventoryInthepresentthesiswehavepresentedamultiiteminventorymodeltooptimizetheunittimeprofitofinventorymanagementfortheproductshavinganexpirationdateFurtherinthethesisaproblemwithspacerestrictionbasedondifferentleadtimesituationsisdevelopedAsononesidetheshortagecostsaresignificantontheothersidetomaintainappropriateinventorylevelsforsuchtypeofproductsandavoidshortagesisaveryproblematicjobIncaseofexpiryproductsthedemandfortheproductsalwaysdecreaseastheproductisnearertoitsexpirationdateSoitisnecessarytoexamineconsumersresponsetoexpirationdatesforgrocerystoreperishableproductsTakingintoconsiderationamodelfortwoechelonsupplychainunderinflationaryenvironmentwiththeeffectofpreservationtechnologyisdevelopedfurtherinthethesisAconceptualframeworkthatcapturesthefrequencywithwhichconsumerscheckexpirationdatesandtheirwillingnesstopayforaperishableoveritsshelflifehasbeendevelopedFurtherdifferentrealisticconceptssuchasintegratedinventorystockdependentdemandtradecreditpolicynoninstantaneousdeteriorationintheproductsandtoavailtheremainingstockinsecondarymarketareincorporatedinthedifferentchaptersofthepresentthesisThemodelsaredesignedwiththedifferentconceptsofvariablehol
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/54451
Appears in Departments:Department of Mathematics

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