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Subject category: Marketing
Published by: INSEEC - Organisation et Développement
Originally published in: 2019
Version: May 2019
Length: 26 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

The French professional electronics Thales Group is active in five sectors of activity: aeronautics, space, land transport, security and defence. It has 64,000 employees with an operational presence in 56 countries around the world. This group aims to be a key player in the security of its citizens, infrastructures and States. The Thales group has announced its intention to set up a logistics information system to manage the execution of the supply chain programme on a stock of 250,000 references. In this case, the students are required to define the outlines and expectations of this supply management tool, which is intended to promote the company's performance, and also must get acquainted with the new CONWIP pull-flow valuation tool and finally, analyse the CONWIP method as a vector for improving the company's performance in customer replenishment policy.

Teaching and learning

This item is suitable for postgraduate and executive education courses.

Time period

The events covered by this case took place in 2017.

Geographical setting

Region:
World/global

Featured company

Thales
Type:
Public company
Industry:
Aeronautics

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Abstract

The French professional electronics Thales Group is active in five sectors of activity: aeronautics, space, land transport, security and defence. It has 64,000 employees with an operational presence in 56 countries around the world. This group aims to be a key player in the security of its citizens, infrastructures and States. The Thales group has announced its intention to set up a logistics information system to manage the execution of the supply chain programme on a stock of 250,000 references. In this case, the students are required to define the outlines and expectations of this supply management tool, which is intended to promote the company's performance, and also must get acquainted with the new CONWIP pull-flow valuation tool and finally, analyse the CONWIP method as a vector for improving the company's performance in customer replenishment policy.

Teaching and learning

This item is suitable for postgraduate and executive education courses.

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Time period

The events covered by this case took place in 2017.

Geographical setting

Region:
World/global

Featured company

Thales
Type:
Public company
Industry:
Aeronautics

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