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1st Edition

Supply Chain Engineering and Logistics Handbook
Inventory and Production Control





ISBN 9781032176451
Published September 30, 2021 by CRC Press
756 Pages 359 B/W Illustrations

USD $54.95

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Book Description

This handbook begins with the history of Supply Chain (SC) Engineering, it goes on to explain how the SC is connected today, and rounds out with future trends. The overall merit of the book is that it introduces a framework similar to sundial that allows an organization to determine where their company may fall on the SC Technology Scale. The book will describe those who are using more historic technologies, companies that are using current collaboration tools for connecting their SC to other global SCs, and the SCs that are moving more towards cutting edge technologies. This book will be a handbook for practitioners, a teaching resource for academics, and a guide for military contractors.



 



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  • Presents a decision model for choosing the best Supply Chain Engineering (SCE) strategies for Service and Manufacturing Operations with respect to Industrial Engineering and Operations Research techniques


  • Offers an economic comparison model for evaluating SCE strategies for manufacturing outsourcing as opposed to keeping operations in-house


  • Demonstrates how to integrate automation techniques such as RFID into planning and distribution operations


  • Provides case studies of SC inventory reductions using automation from AIT and RFID research


  • Covers planning and scheduling, as well as transportation and SC theory and problems
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction. Global Supply Chain Engineering Definitions. History of Global Supply Chain Manufacturing and Management. How Factory Dynamics and Little’s Law Moved Manufacturing to Supply Chains. How Total Quality Management and Lean Six Sigma Drove the Need for Supply Chain Integration. How Integration Strategies Moved Expanded Supply Chain to Enterprise. Working with Enterprise Resource Planning Systems. Outsourcing and the Growth Service, Logistics, and Operations Research. Warehousing, Distribution, and Logistics Engineering Expands Because of Outsourcing. Transportation and Network Engineering Expands Because of Outsourcing. The Internet of Things and the Tracking of Supply Chain Assets. The Innovation Path and Distributed Manufacturing (Citizen Science, Maker Movement, and Advanced Manufacturing). Current Research Trends.

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