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Case
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Reference no. P-1055-E
Authors: Jaume Ribera
Published by: IESE Business School
Originally published in: 2003
Version: 12/03
Length: 7 pages
Data source: Generalised experience
Topics: Stock; Suppliers

Abstract

Business Custom Games (BCG) is a company manufacturing customised board games. The case discusses how to define the purchasing order batch size and allows a discussion of the traditional EOQ formula, the determination of safety stock, the decision to accept, or not, a special offer and the possibility of establishing longer term agreements with the supplier.

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Abstract

Business Custom Games (BCG) is a company manufacturing customised board games. The case discusses how to define the purchasing order batch size and allows a discussion of the traditional EOQ formula, the determination of safety stock, the decision to accept, or not, a special offer and the possibility of establishing longer term agreements with the supplier.

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