Supply Chain Risk of Obsolescence at Simultaneous Robust Perturbations
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AuthorCampuzano Bolarín, Francisco; Marín García, Fulgencio; Moreno Nicolás, José Andrés; Bogataj, Marija; Bogataj, David
Knowledge AreaComercialización e Investigación de Mercados
SponsorsThis research was partly funded by the Slovenian Research Agency, grant P5-0364 and J6-9396, and partly by the University of Padua.
Realizado en/conUniversidad Politécnica de Cartagena; Universidad de Liubliana; Universidad de Padua
Bibliographic CitationCampuzano-Bolarín F, Marín-García F, Moreno-Nicolás JA, Bogataj M, Bogataj D. Supply Chain Risk of Obsolescence at Simultaneous Robust Perturbations. Sustainability. 2019; 11(19):5484. https://doi.org/10.3390/su11195484
Supply chain financing (SCF)
Network simulation model
Net present value
Sustainable supply chain
The earlier planning methods of supply chains (SC) in the skeleton of the extended material requirements planning (EMRP), where the time horizon of the reverse Laplace is infinite, were not convenient to estimate the impact of the technical obsolescence of the product or technology involved, which has economic, environmental, and social consequences. Therefore, the perturbations of timing are presented until the possible obsolescence, with parallel execution of the network simulation model (NSM) to evaluate the impact of the finite lifespan on the value of the chain. The EMRP, as well as the NSM, are based on the skeleton of the material requirements planning model, where delays and their perturbations are presented transparently. Contrary to the previous studies of the net present value (NPV) in the EMRP skeleton, where the infinite horizon is assumed, the impact of shortening the horizon of activities is shown here, in order to also evaluate the risk of financing investments in the SC ...
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