Essays about: "effect of a distribution chain"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 24 essays containing the words effect of a distribution chain.

  1. 1. Distributional justice in Swedish-global value chain partnerships for sustainable textile production : A case study on economic distribution within the Sweden Textile Water Initiative

    University essay from KTH/Hållbar utveckling, miljövetenskap och teknik

    Author : Ingrid Myhr Radell; [2021]
    Keywords : RSCM; PPDP; sustainability; textiles; partnerships; investments; value chain; RSCM; PPDP; hållbarhet; textil; partnerskap; investeringar; värdekedja;

    Abstract : Due to the textile industry’s polluting impact on aquatic environments the Sweden Textile Water Initiative (STWI) was established. This Sida funded collaboration between SIWI (Stockholm International Water Institute), Swedish fashion brands and their suppliers received international recognition for their success in achieving tangible environmental results after implementing sustainability measures at the suppliers. READ MORE

  2. 2. Causes of the bullwhip effect : A study of the bullwhip effect in the Volvo Group Service Market Logistics’ supply chain

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Logistik- och kvalitetsutveckling

    Author : Klara Dahlin; Oscar Säfström; [2021]
    Keywords : logistics; aftermarket; spare part logistics; supply chain; logistics management; bullwhip effect; the bullwhip effect; bullwhip; service market logistics; inventory; orders; demand; amplification; upstream; Forrester effect; root causes; information transparency; logistics and supply chain management; root causes of the bullwhip effect; eliminate the bullwhip effect; reduce the bullwhip effect; eliminate; reduce; logistik; bullwhip-effekten; bullwhipeffekten; Forrestereffekten; bullwhip; försörjningskedja; logistik och supply chain management; eftermarknad; reservdelar; informationsdelning; rotorsaker; bullwhipeffektens rotorsaker; eliminera bullwhipeffekten; reducera bullwhipeffekten; reducera; eliminera; bullwhip effekten;

    Abstract : The bullwhip effect is defined as an upstream amplification of demand variability and has received interest within multinational companies for decades. As early as in the 1950’s, Forrester (1958) discussed what is today known as the bullwhip effect, which has a negative impact on the customer service, costs, and inventory investment in a supply chain (Lee et al. READ MORE

  3. 3. Mathematical modelling andsimulation for tumour growth andangiogenesis

    University essay from Karlstads universitet/Institutionen för matematik och datavetenskap (from 2013)

    Author : René Edgardo Luna; [2021]
    Keywords : Multiscale modelling; tumor growth; angiogenesis; agent-based model; variance reduction;

    Abstract : Cancer is a complex illness that affects millions of people every year. Amongst the most frequently encountered variants of this illness are solid tumours. The growth of solid tumours depends on a large number of factors such as oxygen concentration, cell reproduction, cell movement, cell death, and vascular environment. READ MORE

  4. 4. Process Optimization and Characterization of Inconel 718 Manufactured by Metal Binder Jetting

    University essay from Luleå tekniska universitet/Institutionen för teknikvetenskap och matematik

    Author : Tobias Eriksson; [2021]
    Keywords : Inconel718; Additive Manufacturing; Binder Jetting; Powder Metallurgi; Superalloy;

    Abstract : The development of a process chain for Inconel 718 production utilizing Binder Jetting has been investigated. Different powder sources were compared by the effect they had on machine compatibility, powder bed packing, recyclability, green density, sintering parameters, final density, porosity, and mechanical properties. READ MORE

  5. 5. The Final 50 Feet Problem in Gothenburg - A MAMCA study on the situation regarding deliveries to multi-tenant multistory buildings in Gothenburg

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Daniel Lagerlöf; Nikita Zaiko; [2020-06-17]
    Keywords : Final 50 Feet; Large Traffic Generators; City Logistics; MAMCA; Freight Quality Partnerships; Transport Plan; Vertical Movement; Horizontal Movement; Urban Freight; Distribution; Collection; Tenants; Receivers;

    Abstract : Purpose: The purpose is to study the situation regarding the Final 50 Feet in Gothenburg and if any of the solutions found in literature can be implemented. As there are several actors connected to deliveries with diverging goals a Multi-Actor, Multi-Criteria Analysis (MAMCA) has been used to include the views of the different stakeholders to increase the feasibility and ensure that the results are legitimate and feasible to implement. READ MORE