Operational Management Solutions to the Current Inventory Crisis

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Operational Management Solutions to the Current Inventory Crisis
Introduction
As the current global financial crisis continues forcing more and more companies out of business, many manufacturers around the world are experiencing extraordinary challenges along the supply chain. For managers, this means that a wide range of operational functions must be closely examined in order to find ways to guarantee that no disruptions occur in manufacturing and production. The following report is based on a hypothetical scenario involving a manufacturing company that produces aluminum framed fenestration products for retail delivery. As the global financial climate has affected the company, production at the plant will soon come to a standstill if...
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