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Abstract

This caselet examines the problem of spiralling supply chain costs at Tetra India, an FMCG company engaged in the business of edible oil and popcorn. Multiple layers of costs are involved in an assorted process, ranging from procurement costs, transportation costs, manufacturing costs, distribution costs, ordering costs to opportunity costs. Any kind of supply chain network entails to be global optima rather than local optima. The caselet takes into account multiple suppliers, factory, warehouse, transport and SKU combinations to arrive at an optimum supply chain network.
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Abstract

This caselet examines the problem of spiralling supply chain costs at Tetra India, an FMCG company engaged in the business of edible oil and popcorn. Multiple layers of costs are involved in an assorted process, ranging from procurement costs, transportation costs, manufacturing costs, distribution costs, ordering costs to opportunity costs. Any kind of supply chain network entails to be global optima rather than local optima. The caselet takes into account multiple suppliers, factory, warehouse, transport and SKU combinations to arrive at an optimum supply chain network.

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