Download presentation

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Published byMichael Gleaves Modified over 2 years ago

1
By Liu Paipai Wang Nan Feng Xi PX N Case Study – Inventory Policy

2
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 2 Table of Content Introduction Literature Review Data Analysis Inventory Policy Conclusion

3
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 3 Introduction Case Description Companies NPX – Manufacturer of engine oil cooler for automobile WLF – Germany Car Manufacturer Products Four models of engine oil cooler A, B, C and D MODELPRICE (USD)DIMENSIONS (CM)WEIGHT (KG) A *720* B *720* C *760* D *720*8007.1

4
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 4 Introduction Current Inventory Policy: Forecast made by WLF : Storage : warehouse in Germany, paid by WLF Service Level: 100% NPX responsible for delay; shipment at a cost of USD365 per 100kgs via air Lead Time : One month production One month shipment via sea Forecasts were made very early, sometimes 8 months before. Number of forecast during a month was not fixed. Amount in forecast has no rule. Last adjustment must be made to be accurate as the actual demand at least one week before the expected pickup date.

5
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 5 Introduction Problem Identify: Demand: Uncertain Forecast: Fluctuating Inventory Level: 100% service level lead to a very high inventory level Capital cost: High unit price result in a significant capital cost whiling holding high level inventory. Pick up : WLF seldom picked up the products on time

6
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 6 Literature Review Inventory Control Methods

7
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 7 Question Assume ： (Retail Price) a > (Cost) b > (Return Price) c Profit of selling one piece of newspaper: a-b Loss of return on piece of newspaper: b-c How much should be ordered per day to maximize profit Analysis Order too much overstock loss profit Order too little stockout loss profit Demand per day is discrete How to maximize Expected Profit per day ? Profit per day is discrete Optimal order Q ? Classical Newsvendor Model

8
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 8 -- overage cost = loss -- underage cost = profit Critical Ratio: The critical ratio = profit/(profit + loss)=50/(50+15) = 0.77 Each copy is purchased cents sold for cents paid cents (each unsold copy) Profit Cu : 75 25 = 50 cents Loss Co : 25 10 = 15 cents Classical Newsvendor Model

9
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 9 The critical ratio for this problem was 0.77, which corresponds to a value of between 14 and Since we round up, the optimal solution Classical Newsvendor Model

10
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 10 Current Inventory Policy Data: 8 June, 2005 to 30 September, 2006 ABCD Average Inventory Peak Demand Large amount of shipment to achieve Economic Scale. NPX seldom took inventory level into account while deciding the amount to be transported.

11
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 11 Emergent Solution for Shortage: 130% original production cost + air transport Transportation Fee (USD/100kg): Truck: 1.5; Sea: 20; Air: 365 Gross Profit Margin: 20%; Net Profit Margin: 10% Total Cost = Production Cost + Operation Cost + Transportation Cost Current Inventory Policy (Cont’d) reduce lead time to one week

12
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 12 Current Inventory Policy (Cont’d) (USD)ABCD Production Cost Operation Cost Trans Cost (Sea) Total Cost (Sea) Trans Cost (Air) Total Cost (Air) Net Profit Margin (Air)-33.83%-34.30%-34.33%-33.66% Total Cost (E) Net Profit Margin (E)-57.83%-58.30%-58.33%-57.66%

13
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 13 Newsvendor Model Overstock Cost: Capital Cost: 0.1% per day C o = Price * Days * 0.1% Stock Shortage Cost: C u = Net Profit + Loss caused by air transportation = Price * 10% + Net Profit Margins Ratio * Price (USD)ABCD Shortage Loss Overstock Cost14.74*0.1%*T23.42*0.1%*T28.64*0.1%*T44.88*0.1%*T

14
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 14 Newsvendor Model (Cont’d) A Demand Probability Cumulative P B Demand Probability Cumulative P B Adj. Demand Probability Cumulative P C Demand Probability Cumulative P D Demand Probability Cumulative P

15
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 15 Newsvendor Model (Cont’d) In practice, longest time is two months. C o is insignificant compared to C u Critic Ratio is always > 93.4% More data is needed to get a more accurate cumulative probability to choose a optimized amount.

16
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 16 New Forecast WLF’s demand on cooler is driven by the demand of end customers in the supply chain. It is assumed the demand of end customer is constant, thus WLF’s is constant. Forecasts provided by WLF are not reliable. Making new forecast based on the consumptions. Foresting with Actual Demand Regardless of Forecasts Provided by WLF

17
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 17 New Forecast (Cont’d) Daily Demand: Historical Demand / Time Gap Error in Pickup Date: Mean: 8.58 Standard Deviation: 5.05 ABCD Mean Std

18
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 18 New Forecast (Cont’d) Unreasonable forecast compared to historical actual demand. Product A, 30 days time gap: Forecast Amount = * ( * 5.05) * SQRT[( * 5.05) * ] ≈ 1758

19
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 19 Using Forecasts Two months lead time Key Forecast: The last one provided two months before the expected pickup date (F x ) Compare F x with Actual Demand: A FxFx D B FxFx D C FxFx D D FxFx D

20
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 20 Using Forecasts (Cont’d) Differences between F x and Demand: A Difference Times1152 Probability11.11% 55.56%22.22% B Difference Times Probability12.50%25.00%12.50%25.00%0.125 C Difference Times Probability14.29% 28.57%14.29% D Difference Times1341 Probability11.11%33.33%44.44%11.11%

21
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 21 Using Forecasts (Cont’d) Expected Differences: A: Expected Differences = – 704 * 11.11% – 352 * 11.11% * 22.22% ≈ – 39 B: – 36; C: 573; D: 42 Planned Amount: = F x + Expected Difference

22
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 22 Using Forecasts (Cont’d) Using ratios of differences over F x due to variation of Demand Size A RdRd 00.5 Times52 Probability71.43%28.57% B RdRd 00.5 Times222 Probability33.33% C RdRd Times Probability14.29% 28.57%14.29% D RdRd Times141 Probability16.67%66.67%16.67%

23
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 23 Using Forecasts (Cont’d) Expected Ratios: A: Expected Ratio = 0.5 * 28.57% ≈ 0.14 B: – 0.17; C: 0.29; D: 0 Planned Amount: = F x * (1 + Expected Ratio)

24
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 24 Conclusion None of the models is good One solution is better than none Data is not sufficient Keep improving them as time goes on Current contract led NPX to difficulty More accurate Less random

25
PX N TPTM6190– Logistics System Final Report Presentation--NPX Case Study 25 Thank you!

Similar presentations

© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc.

All rights reserved.

Ads by Google