Inventory control in pharmaceutical industry-a special case of a whole saling company.

Öner, Refia


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Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) is a business practice in which vendors monitor their customers’ inventories, and decide when and how much inventory should be replenished. VMI has attracted a lot of attention due to its benefits. In this study, we analyze the benefits of VMI in a supply chain consisting of a single retailer and a single capacitated supplier under stochastic demand. We propose a VMI setting and compare the vendor managed system with the traditional system to quantify the benefits of VMI. In o...
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R. Öner, “Inventory control in pharmaceutical industry-a special case of a whole saling company.,” Middle East Technical University, 1975.