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- Competitive advantage, customisation and a new taxonomy for non make‐to‐stock companies
- Integrated Production-Inventory planning with make to order and make to stock considerations
- Make-to-order versus make-to-stock in a production-inventory system with general production times
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Make to order MTO and make to stock MTS are both implemented by different companies, so please sit back and get ready for the main event: Make to order vs Make to stock , which is best for scaling manufacturers? You may discover that your business is more of a hybrid, and depending on circumstances, can switch processes for whenever your company needs to evolve to cope with the demand. Join us as we uncover the advantages and disadvantages if you employ one of these lean manufacturing tactics in your business. Make to order MTO is the process of products manufactured upon a business receiving a customer's order. A make to order business also applies to companies that sell products that are built to order, such as a bespoke manufacturing company. If your business is make to order, it means the customers will have to wait for the products, however, this allows for more personalization as a customer has a chance to customize their order. As the business will not start production until receiving the order, this will affect leading times, making it longer.
Presents empirical evidence which has been collected from 22 companies in three European countries — the UK, Denmark and The Netherlands. Finally, two new labels for this sector of industry are proposed. Amaro, G. Report bugs here. Please share your general feedback. You can join in the discussion by joining the community or logging in here. You can also find out more about Emerald Engage.
Motivated by issues at a manufacturer of customized- and standard messenger bags, we develop an iterative two-stage framework involving marketing and operations models to determine the conditions under which a firm benefits from production spackling. With spackling, the firm uses flexible capacity to produce custom products as demanded each period,. Spackling broadly addresses market preferences, while mitigating the effects of "bumpy" demand for custom products by smoothing production, thereby improving capacity utilization as compared to a focused approach, where standard items are made with efficient capacity and custom products with flexible capacity. The marketing model employs logit-based choice and, given product costs and customer preferences, identifies optimal pricing, expected demand, and demand variability. Interestingly, we find that, under certain assumptions, the firm should price all products to achieve a constant absolute dollar markup. The resultant demand parameters are fed into an operations model, which specifies optimal efficient and flexible capacities and decides between spackling and focus , thereby determining product costs, which are fed back into the marketing model to solve iteratively.
Competitive advantage, customisation and a new taxonomy for non make‐to‐stock companies
Since accuracy of the forecasts will prevent excess inventory and opportunity loss due to stockout, the issue here is how to forecast demands accurately. MTS Make to Stock literally means to manufacture products for stock based on demand forecasts, which can be regarded as push-type production. MTS has been required to prevent opportunity loss due to stockout and minimize excess inventory using accurate forecasts. In the industrialized society of mass production and mass marketing, this forecast mass production urged standardization and efficient business management such as cost reduction. As an economy expands, the income of consumers increases and so demand also continuously increases. Demand changes according to the boom and bust cycle of the economy.
Integrated Production-Inventory planning with make to order and make to stock considerations
We consider a single-stage multiproduct manufacturing facility producing several end-products for delivery to customers with a required customer lead-time. The end-products can be split in two classes: few products with high volume demands and a large number of products with low-volume demands. In order to reduce inventory costs, it seems efficient to produce the high-volume products according to an MTS policy and the low volume products according to an MTO policy. The purpose of this paper is to analyze and compare the impact of the scheduling policy on the overall inventory costs, under customer lead-time service level constraints. We consider two policies: the classical FIFO policy and a priority policy PR which gives priority to low volume products over high volume products.
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Make-to-order versus make-to-stock in a production-inventory system with general production times
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Make-To-Stock (MTS) to a Make-To-Order (MTO) mode. of production. In the MTO mode, production is not initi-. ated until a customer order is.
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