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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||The Trade Off Of The Stock Strategy: Centralization Or Decentralization, A Case Study Of The Consumer Goods Company|
Dos Santos R.M.
Modelo Jr. M.
|Abstract:||Identify the best strategy for managing stocks is one of the greatest difficulties for companies. The centralization of inventories can be a benefit when we analyze the direct costs incurred for storage and handling however, the level of service can be penalized. The decentralization of inventories in supply chains of products with low added value can be an answer to the balance of cost vs. service level. The article discusses a case study of a company active in the retail market with products of low added value and needs to meet demand in a country of continental dimensions while maintaining the necessary balance in question cost and service level.|
|Editor:||Institute of Industrial Engineers|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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