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4-GSCM-12April-07-web - Green Supply Chain Management...

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GSCM – Spring 2007 – Session 4 – April 12 Green Supply Chain Management – Analytical framework Process Input Output Environmental dimension: process E input E input process output E E E + = (process inventory or environmental impact indicator of process)
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GSCM – Spring 2007 – Session 4 – April 12 Green Supply Chain Management – Analytical framework Process Input Output Economic dimension: process C input C input process output C C C + = value added input process process output C C PM P + + =
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GSCM – Spring 2007 – Session 4 – April 12 Direct materials Indirect materials Low-entropy energy Economic output High-entropy energy Production process Supplier – Customer Relationship – Industrial Ecology Perspective Suppliers are providers of: • Direct materials • Indirect material • Low-entropy energy Customers are users of: • Direct materials • Indirect material • Low-entropy energy
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GSCM – Spring 2007 – Session 4 – April 12 Supplier contract: Specifies how consumer of x (customer) pays producer of x (supplier). Contracts can be based on a variety of criteria: Volume: unit price of paint x volume of paint Service: unit service fee x amount of service Volume and service (mixed contract): unit service fee x amount of service + unit paint fee x volume of paint Producer of y Consumer of x Input quantity x Output quantity y (e.g. paint) (e.g. doors) Input productivity: paint of gallon door 1 e.g. : x y = α paint paint paint c p p x with Supplier contracts and input productivity service f y paint paint paint service c f f x f y < + with
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GSCM – Spring 2007 – Session 4 – April 12 Reiskin et al (2000): Reducing chemical throughput through servicizing
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2008 for the course ESM 289 taught by Professor Geyer during the Spring '07 term at UCSB.

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4-GSCM-12April-07-web - Green Supply Chain Management...

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