Welcome to Inventory-Management.de
This site covers decision problems related to inventory management. In contrast to other decision problems resulting in the building up of stock, such as lotsizing decisions, inventory management is primarily about specifying the size and placement of safety stocks. These are required at different locations and in many nodes of a supply network to protect the regular and planned course of value-added processes against random disturbances occuring with respect to the demand as well as the replenishment lead time. In most companies the correct application of up-to-date inventory management methods will unleash significant potential of cost savings.
Inventory management methods with proven applicability in industrial practice are illustrated in detail in the following textbook:
Tempelmeier, H. (2011). Inventory-Management in Supply Networks – Problems, Models, Solutions. 2nd Edition, Norderstedt: Books on Demand. Paperback; ISBN 9783842346772
The POM SCM Calculator is a Windows Phone 7 App
that supports safety stock calculations for different standard inventory policies (s,q), (r,S), (s,S) with regular and irregular demand.
The POM SCM Calculator implements state-of-the-art methods for inventory optimization. Read more...
- Production Planning and Inventory Management
- Performance Indicators, Service Levels, Waiting time
- Modeling of the Time Axis
- General Issues in the Analysis of Supply Networks
- Demand during the Risk Period
- Lead time demand distribution versus Service level
- Single-Level Inventory Policies
- Multi-Level Inventory Systems
- Waiting time in a Multi-Level System