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P.Chandiran. Inventory of returns in EOL in RSC. Type of inventory in Reverse SC. Cores Remanufactured parts New parts OEM parts. Inventory issues. The inventory in the reverse supply chain is depends on collection rate of used products

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P chandiran

P.Chandiran

Inventory of returns in EOL in RSC


Type of inventory in reverse sc

Type of inventory in Reverse SC

  • Cores

  • Remanufactured parts

  • New parts

  • OEM parts


Inventory issues

Inventory issues

  • The inventory in the reverse supply chain is depends on collection rate of used products

  • demand rate of these used products for remanufacturing

  • the number of intermediate facilities between these two ends of supply and demand.

  • Also to give another dimension to this issue, the inventory will go up if the supply point and demand points are separated by geographical distance as well as by time.

  • It is very important to know whether we have enough capacity to process all the materials collected.


Inventory in reverse sc

Inventory in Reverse SC

  • Used products inventory exists at different nodes in reverse supply chain.

  • It spend some time with collection center as well as with customer before returned to concerned next stage in the supply chain.

  • The time it spends in these places have lot of impact on speed of reverse logistics system and remanufacturing efficiency


Inventory for products with high tvr

Inventory for Products with High TVR

  • For innovative products (High TVR), it is not always easy to predict the volume of returns and its availability so that one can plan remanufacturing with less uncertainty.

  • Forecasting returns is a major challenge in this type of industries. It is always better to have a flexible faster supply chain to collect innovative product returns so that maximum value can recovered.

  • It is advisable to hold minimum inventory at each node and return products then and there to the next stage for innovative products.


Inventory management for functional product

Inventory management for functional product

  • In battery industry, the situation is different. Old Batteries do not loose value over a time period and also it is not a fashion or technology based product. The return intermediaries can have large inventories in reverse supply chain still it will not affect the SC very much

  • The waste paper collection system is totally unorganized one and Paper mills which recycle waste papers normally maintain large inventory so that production planning and operation are smooth. It is a commodity product and it can be categorized as functional product.


Inventory issues cont

Inventory issues (Cont.)

  • The time value of returned products is not deteriorating as much as some innovative products like mobile phones and the holding of inventory does not cost much.

  • The reverse supply chain for paper recycling industry is highly fragmented and at each stage there is huge amount of inventory maintained. The active demand period for recycled or remanufactured products is always exists and hence less uncertainty.

  • It is advisable to have efficient reverse network with enough inventory for these kinds of products.


Q policy

Q-policy

Q


Formula

Formula

  • Cost involved are Carrying cost and shipping cost

  • EOQ=SQROOT of 2DS/H

  • D-annual volume of returns

  • S-Shipment cost per trip

  • H-Holding cost per unit


Q model

Q-model

  • Mostly followed at channel levels

  • Channel partners should decide the level of stock of old products to ship it to next stage of the SC

  • Mostly carrying cost is less and transportation cost will be more.

  • Can be used for non-bulky products


P model

P-Model

Q

P


P model1

P-Model

  • Returns get accumulated till the period.

  • Period is fixed

  • Period can be a month or a week

  • Again two costs of S and H

  • There is no safety stock issues at channel level.


P model2

P-model

  • Used for bulky and high value products

  • Can be integrated with forward logistics

  • Again this model is used at channel level

  • At remanufacturing or recycling level, inventory policy is determined by demand and supply rate.


Incorporating supply uncertainty at remanufacturing point

Incorporating Supply Uncertainty at Remanufacturing point

  • Take the case of Paper recycling

  • The supply of waste paper is uncertain

  • The quantity and quality varies widely

  • Paper mill should depend on many suppliers

  • Risk pooling should be used to reduce uncertainty

  • Paper mill normally have fixed capacity and fixed production schedule.


Inventory at remanufacturing point

Inventory at Remanufacturing point

  • Demand per period assumed to be fixed

  • But the arrival of load of supplies is random

  • Quantity and tome gap both are uncertain

  • So, paper mills carry almost one month demand as inventory

  • If supply is certain and pre-determined one carry less inventory.

  • Need to have network of contacts for sourcing.


Model

Model

Inventory

Time


Other issues

Other issues

  • Because uncertainty exist in terms of supply and demand destination, the amount of inventory at remanufacturing point is always high

  • Multi-supplier to single plant model


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