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1 San Jose State University College of Business Agenda April 08 (T): Exam 2 April 10 (Th): Group case progress presentation Assignment: Study CH6 - Supply Chain Integration You will be quizzed on CH6 on April 15 April 15 (T) Return of Exam 2 Quiz 4
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2 San Jose State University College of Business Network Planning Three Hierarchical Steps Network Design  Key Strategic Decisions Objective and Trade-Offs Steps in Network Design Inventory Positioning Resource Allocation
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3 San Jose State University College of Business Key Strategic Decisions Determining the appropriate number of facilities such  as plants and warehouses Determining the location of each facility Determining the size of each facility Allocating space for products in each facility Determining sourcing requirements Determining distribution strategies, i.e., the allocation  of customers to warehouse.
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4 San Jose State University College of Business Network Planning Three Hierarchical Steps Network Design  Key Strategic Decisions Objective and Trade-Offs Steps in Network Design Inventory Positioning Resource Allocation
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5 San Jose State University College of Business Objective and Trade-Offs Objective:   Design or reconfigure the logistics network in order to  minimize annual system-wide cost subject to a variety of  service level  requirements Increasing the number of warehouses typically yields: A reduction in outbound transportation costs:  transportation costs from the warehouses to the  customers An increase in inbound transportation costs:  transportation costs from the suppliers and/or  manufacturers to the warehouses An increase in overhead cost An increase in inventory costs due to increased safety  stocks required to protect each warehouse against  uncertainties in customer demands
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