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Authors: John A Millns
Published by: Cranfield School of Management
Published in: 1986

Abstract

This case study outlines the problems involved in the distribution of agricultural inputs to a farming community in Nigeria. Any or all of the following teaching points may be developed: the importance of forecasting in planning, forecast techniques, centralised and decentralised stock control, stock control techniques and the importance of product and service availability.
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Abstract

This case study outlines the problems involved in the distribution of agricultural inputs to a farming community in Nigeria. Any or all of the following teaching points may be developed: the importance of forecasting in planning, forecast techniques, centralised and decentralised stock control, stock control techniques and the importance of product and service availability.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
Large

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