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Basic Supply and Distribution Network and Demand Profi le for each C i  

Basic Supply and Distribution Network and Demand Profi le for each C i  

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The relation among the actor’s of the Supply Chain defi nes its main characteristics, and therefore the Distribution and Manufacturing Strategy that the actors must follow in order to fulfi ll the Service Equation. In a Multiproduct Supply Chain, the different Negotiating Force of the different actors will truly infl uence in the fi nal design on t...

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... the Model showed in Figure #1, and calculating the Forecast for the Global Demand according to data showed in Figure #2, we can see the results in the following comparative chart. For each of the Forecasting Methods we have compared the most common Forecast Evaluating Measures (Error, Absolute Error, MAD (Mean Absolute Deviation), and MAPE (Mean Absolute Percentage Error)). ...
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... example, a Customer will prefer a Supplier that offers him the possibility to demand partial and immediate shipments, with shorter lead times and the same quality (this is an example of a differentiating strategy). Please see Figure #14. ...

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