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Goodwill Industries of Oklahoma

In this case study, Oklahoma Goodwill Industries faces a unique demand planning situation - all of its inventory is donated rather than purchased, which means volume and variety are completely unknown. This plays havoc with the non-profit's logistics and transportation management functions, which students are challenged to address. **Teaching notes and associated data files are available only to current academic CSCMP members. Please contact [email protected] to request the additional files.
November 08, 2009
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Humanitarian Logistics: Getting Donated Foods to Zambia

This case study deals with the shipment challenges of transporting donated baby foods from Basel, Switzerland to Lusaka, Zambia. It highlights the “last mile” challenges that can sometimes be experienced during the transportation of humanitarian goods to less developed regions of the world. **Teaching notes and associated data files are available only to current academic CSCMP members. Please contact [email protected] to request the additional files.
November 12, 2009
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Improving Effectiveness With a Forward Purchasing Strategy

?Aucksun Metal Co. Ltd. is a metal processing and logistics company for the IT industry in China. This case study addresses how a 3PL company operates in China and describes the implementation of a forward purchasing strategy as well as associated advantages and challenges at the company.? **Teaching notes and associated data files are available only to current academic CSCMP members. Please contact [email protected] to request the additional files.
November 04, 2009
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INCOTERMs International Logistics Negotiation Game

In this case, teams can compete in the real-life situation produced by Tommasso-Southwest Sport Machines. Teams will act as the buyer or the seller and will need to consider the cost implications, risk and responsibility, and price negotiation.
February 21, 2018
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Innovative Distribution Company: A Total Cost Approach

This case study illustrates the use of the total cost of ownership concept to analyze and compare two supply chains • one international and one domestic. The case provides an opportunity to calculate economic order quantity and safety stock quantities and then combine purchase price, shipping costs, and inventory carrying costs to quantify the differences between the two supply chains.? **Teaching notes and associated data files are available only to current academic CSCMP members. Please contact [email protected] to request the additional files.
November 08, 2010
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Issues with Planning & Scheduling Marine Movement

This case focuses on new plastic and chemical distribution internationally from Houston port. The palletizing of plastic pellets and container packing is one part of the case, which is suitable for all levels. For more advanced levels, the scheduling and processes associated with chemical tanker ships (non-containerized) is developed.
February 22, 2019
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Joiner & Sons Hardware: Exploring Multichannel Opportunities

The increase in the number of ecommerce-based channels and the growth of Amazon and Walmart have forced bricks-and-mortar retailers to seek alternative ways to reach potential customers in a cost- and time-efficient manner. This case involves a regional hardware store interested in expanding sales and increasing profits by exploring multichannel opportunities to prepare for developing an omnichannel strategy.
January 01, 2020
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Kiwi Medical Devices Ltd

Today's competitive market is very dynamic. New rivals emerge and customer expectations change—sometimes overnight. This case study illustrates the following elements of supply chain management: Offshoring, Global Network Design, Country Selection and Facility Location. **Teaching notes and associated data files are available only to current academic CSCMP members. Please contact [email protected] to request the additional files.
February 11, 2013
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Lean at Kramer Sports (Mini-Case)

This case study focuses on cash flow problems and foreign competition have put employee-owned Kramer Sports on the brink of bankruptcy. In response, Kramer has been implementing lean principles in its factory for one year to lower inventory and production costs but has experienced only limited success. Why is Kramer failing to adopt lean when thousands of companies have succeeded at it. **Teaching notes and associated data files are available only to current academic CSCMP members. Please contact [email protected] to request the additional files.
November 04, 2010
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Making the Leap: Creme Co's Russian Expansion

When established markets in the West are stagnating or in crisis, companies increasingly look to emerging markets, especially the so-called BRICs, for growth potential. However, these new markets also pose unique challenges, for which the best practices and assumptions of Western managers are not automatically suited. Setting up supply chains in new regions confronts firms with multiple challenges in terms of regulation, resources, culture, and infrastructure. In this case study, students will accompany a successful German FMCG manager as he plans his company’s expansion into Russia, and is forced to look at the opportunities and challenges from a new perspective.
December 18, 2013
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