Professionals and academics still observe that there's an abundance of inventory in lots of, otherwise most, supply chains. Rather, the historic notion is true: the best method is not in the best place in the proper time to satisfy demand. For positive supply chain performance, it's important to re-address inventory's role and relevance regarding the expansion, maintenance, and charge of product flows. Indicates that analyzing such flows from the three-fold perspective can offer a framework to evaluate efforts to attain cheapest total price and meet customer support anticipation.
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