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A case study of CPFR Model Design for facilitating slow moving air-conditioning products business operation in Hisense GmbH

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A case study of CPFR Model Design for facilitating slow moving air-conditioning products business operation in Hisense GmbH

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With the development of modern logistics services, more Chinese manufactures are able to extend their S&OP function to overseas as subsidiaries. The purpose is to serve the demands of customers from local market. At meantime, the CPFR concept get popular for which a manufacturer and distributors could jointly fulfil the planning forecasting and replenishment for leverage the S&OP efficiency. The case company, Hisense GmbH, confronts a practical challenge to develop a collaborative program for its new Air conditioning business unit with involving German AC distributors. How to make sure that the collaborative project does facilitate S&OP efficiency in Hisense Germany? This paper brings in a research to find out the most critical elements that decide an effective CPFR application that benefit S&OP efficiency of slow moving/technical featured AC business.

OrganisatieHogeschool Rotterdam
OpleidingMaster of Logistics Management
InstituutRBS
Lectoraat
PartnersHisense GmbH
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Datum2013-12-10
TypeMasterscriptie
TaalEngels

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