• processes
  • This corresponds directly to the logistic hubs and their processes in a logistic network where the processes run simultaneously and autonomously with a proper way of coordination. (bvl.de)
  • Managing a distribution center is seen, therefore, as pertaining to the realm of logistics since, while in theory the products made by a factory are ready for consumption they still need to be moved along the distribution network according to some logic, and the distribution center aggregates and processes orders coming from different areas of the territory. (wikipedia.org)
  • Inbound logistics is one of the primary processes of logistics concentrating on purchasing and arranging the inbound movement of materials, parts, or unfinished inventory from suppliers to manufacturing or assembly plants, warehouses, or retail stores. (wikipedia.org)
  • According to recent research, garment quality and cost are still the primary factors in the consumer's buying decisions and while catwalk-inspired designs may seem to appear quickly on store shelves under the Fast Fashion model, each garment or accessory is required to undergo the same iterative sampling, fitting, quality assurance and pricing processes as it would under any other model. (wikipedia.org)
  • With the rise of offshore manufacture and distributed working, the cost and time implications of traditional fitting and sampling processes have become increasingly ill-suited to the industrial and commercial requirements of the Fast Fashion model. (wikipedia.org)
  • This necessitates planning, monitoring, management and information about logistics and manufacturing processes throughout the value chain. (wikipedia.org)
  • curve
  • An ROC curve ( receiver operating characteristic curve ) is a graph showing the performance of a classification model at all classification thresholds. (google.com)
  • reduces
  • The Model 7400 features Raymond's exclusive, proven ACR System - a combination of AC technology and ergonomics that reduces costs, improves efficiency and increases operator productivity more than ever. (mhlnews.com)
  • 1970s
  • The spoke-hub distribution model was pioneered by Delta Airlines in 1955, and revolutionized the transportation logistics industry after Federal Express demonstrated the value of the concept in the early 1970s. (wikipedia.org)
  • In the mid-1970s FedEx adopted the hub and spoke model for overnight package delivery. (wikipedia.org)
  • warehouses
  • Physical locations included in a supply chain network can be manufacturing plants, storage warehouses, carrier crossdocks, major distribution centres, ports, intermodal terminals whether owned by a company, suppliers, a transport carrier, a third-party logistics provider, a retail store or an end customer. (wikipedia.org)
  • systems
  • This chapter initiates the concept of a customercentric model in supply chain systems. (igi-global.com)
  • TransCAD extends the traditional GIS data model to include transportation data objects such as transportation networks, matrices, routes systems, and linear-referenced data. (caliper.com)
  • Although rapid growth has often been a component of these attempts, there are inherent problems in a direct-to-consumer development, the logistics of shipping and returns being the primary obstacle to workable systems. (wikipedia.org)
  • Primarily a logistics idea, the Home Reserve model is based on optimization and efficiency studies of the movement of materials via various country-wide transportation systems. (wikipedia.org)
  • Nevertheless, in the case of the systems with a finite number of complex solutions, these systems of polynomial equations are now well understood and efficient methods exist for solving them. (wikipedia.org)
  • Logistics engineering as a discipline is a very important aspect of systems engineering that also includes reliability engineering. (wikipedia.org)
  • In recent years, the United States Department of Defense (DoD) has advocated the use of performance-based logistics (PBL) contracts to manage costs for support of weapon systems. (wikipedia.org)
  • optimization
  • Application of exact route optimization for the evaluation of a city logistics truck ban scheme Ali Gul Qureshi, Eiichi Taniguchi, Russell G. Thompson and Joel S.E. Teo 3. (bookdepository.com)
  • extends
  • Building information modeling extends this beyond 3D, augmenting the three primary spatial dimensions (width, height and depth) with time as the fourth dimension (4D) and cost as the fifth (5D). (wikipedia.org)
  • strategic
  • An efficient reporting structure must be implemented, including strategic and operative organizations in the system and their technical aspects. (wikipedia.org)
  • activities
  • These include inversion of the classroom to focus on cooperative and hands-on learning experiences, multi-disciplinary teams solving real-world industry based projects, and incorporation of model eliciting activities. (sdsmt.edu)
  • Logistics is generally concerned with cost centre service activities, but provides value via improved efficiency and customer satisfaction. (wikipedia.org)
  • reverse
  • Reverse logistics provides return merchandise service to the shipper. (estes-express.com)
  • Whether the delivery requires special equipment, route scheduling and load planning, expedited or time-sensitive scheduling or reverse logistics, Estes can customize a solution for your particular need. (estes-express.com)
  • transportation
  • Similarly, contract logistics providers often are responsible for local distribution and derived truck transportation. (bain.com)
  • TransCAD combines GIS and transportation modeling capabilities in a single integrated platform, providing capabilities that are unmatched by any other package. (caliper.com)
  • You can use the GIS functions to prepare, visualize, analyze, and present your work, and use the application modules to solve routing, logistics, and other transportation problems with greater ease and efficiency than with any other product. (caliper.com)
  • In military science, logistics is concerned with maintaining army supply lines while disrupting those of the enemy, since an armed force without resources and transportation is defenseless. (wikipedia.org)
  • To achieve efficient costs of transportation, ready-to-assemble (RTA) products have been developed. (wikipedia.org)
  • The industry tried to port existing models into the internet age using conventional product lines and conventional transportation methods. (wikipedia.org)
  • The small number of routes may also lead to more efficient use of transportation resources. (wikipedia.org)
  • The spoke-hub model is applicable to other forms of transportation as well: Sea transport in which feeder ships transport shipping containers from different ports to a central container terminal to be loaded onto larger vessels. (wikipedia.org)
  • rack
  • An innovative open view mast design, found exclusively in the Model 7400, gives the operator a clear view of the base legs, load and rack for more efficient operation. (mhlnews.com)
  • and faster, more efficient operations in rack interface work applications. (mhlnews.com)
  • time
  • He developed vehicle routing and scheduling with time windows models and multi-agent models for evaluating city logistics policy measures. (bookdepository.com)
  • The term is particularly prevalent amongst (but not exclusive to) companies that fit the Fast Fashion model, as Fast Fit is considered to be a vital component in the reduction of time between design inspiration and finished garment or product. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Fast Fit philosophy is intended to replace at least a portion of this costly and time-consuming process with detailed, 360-degree images of those samples, recognising the fact that images are the most universal and efficient form of communication. (wikipedia.org)
  • Fast Fit is designed to be the most efficient method of fitting, sampling and international collaboration - delivering for each process lead time and cost savings comparable those seen for design, manufacture and logistics under the Fast Fashion model. (wikipedia.org)
  • Emerging technologies and standards such as the RFID and the GS1 Global Standards are now making it possible to automate these Supply Chain Networks in a real time manner making them more efficient than the simple supply chain of the past. (wikipedia.org)
  • define
  • Examples of nonlinear recurrence relations are the logistic map and the relations that define the various Hofstadter sequences. (wikipedia.org)
  • cost
  • If your product is coming from overseas, then you'll be dealing with a whole new level of supply chain logistics as it pertains to the cost of container shipment. (southernfulfillment.com)
  • Each model element can carry attributes for selecting and ordering them automatically, providing cost estimates as well as material tracking and ordering. (wikipedia.org)
  • buses allow for more efficient travel at the cost of reduced flexibility. (wikipedia.org)
  • therefore
  • Therefore our logistics engineer must consider the reliability of all subcomponents or subsystems and modify system design accordingly. (wikipedia.org)
  • complex
  • Although Spanish-headquartered chain Zara is often held as the model for Fast Fashion (manufacturing more than 30,000 units each year, and delivering to 1,600 stores in 58 countries), the company actually conducts their own design and production at a complex in La Coruna, Spain. (wikipedia.org)
  • 2017
  • Raskin, M., 2017, "A linear lower bound for incrementing a space-optimal integer representation in the bit-probe model" , 44th International Colloquium on Automata, Languages, and Programming, ICALP 2017 . (au.dk)
  • employ
  • In this paper, we propose to employ the framework of graph-transformational swarms for the modeling of dynamic logistic networks with decentralized processing and control. (bvl.de)
  • Replenishment
  • While Fast Fit is used as a component of the Fast Fashion model, the methodology is also suited to the development of different collections that do not fit the mini-season, rapid replenishment definition that is typical of that model. (wikipedia.org)
  • representation
  • The US National Building Information Model Standard Project Committee has the following definition: Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility. (wikipedia.org)
  • different
  • In TransCAD, different modeling equations can easily be derived and applied for different geographic subareas. (caliper.com)
  • BIM design tools allow extraction of different views from a building model for drawing production and other uses. (wikipedia.org)
  • All conscripts are trained to use many different gun models. (wikipedia.org)
  • global
  • A few large global players dominate the contract logistics market. (bain.com)
  • BVL International - The Global Supply Chain Network is an open network of people who are actively engaged in an efficient co-operation in the globalized economy. (bvl.de)
  • data
  • Building information models (BIMs) are files (often but not always in proprietary formats and containing proprietary data) which can be extracted, exchanged or networked to support decision-making regarding a building or other built asset. (wikipedia.org)
  • each professional adds discipline-specific data to the single shared model. (wikipedia.org)
  • efficiency
  • The Fast Fashion model, with its emphasis on the rapid release of mini-collections, can only operate when superlative efficiency is achieved at each stage of the product development process. (wikipedia.org)
  • goods
  • Logistics sounds less glamorous in the developed world, for example if you send goods in a truck - by and large you expect them to be delivered. (cpsmblog.com)
  • design
  • The goal of Fast Fashion (a philosophy that drives high street retailers and brands like Zara, H&M, Topshop, Benetton, American Apparel and Peacocks) is to create demand for - and deliver to market - garments "closer to trend" and at a lower price point than was possible using traditional design, sampling, manufacturing and logistics methods. (wikipedia.org)
  • customer
  • The major challenges for providers are aligning corporate strategy with the right organizational model and matching that strategy to targeted customer segments-by size, footprint, vertical category and market. (bain.com)
  • For example if you have a JIT model or your customer has a JIT model you need to figure out how the loading/unloading docks are organized so that the loading/unloading does not become long drawn. (cpsmblog.com)
  • random
  • We illustrate that the method is particularly suited to problems in covariate set uncertainty and random effects models. (uni-muenchen.de)
  • operations
  • Director of Operations" or "Logistics Officer" working on similar problems. (wikipedia.org)
  • Because the model is centralised, day-to-day operations may be relatively inflexible, and changes at the hub, even in a single route, may have unexpected consequences throughout the network. (wikipedia.org)
  • truck
  • GREENE, N.Y.- Customers asked for unparalleled performance, reliability and comfort in a bi-directional reach truck, so The Raymond Corporation designed the Model 7400 Reach-ForkÒ truck. (mhlnews.com)
  • The new Raymond® Model 7600 Reach-Fork® truck allows the operator to sit or stand, depending on the material handling task being performed. (mhlnews.com)
  • The new Raymond Model 7600 truck features an ergonomic seat that flips up and out of the way to allow the operator to use the lift truck in a standing position. (mhlnews.com)
  • The Model 7600 Reach-Fork lift truck is available in 4,500-lb. capacity. (mhlnews.com)
  • For more information about the Raymond Model 7600 Reach-Fork lift truck or to locate a Raymond Service Center, visit www.raymondcorp.com or call (800) 235-7200. (mhlnews.com)
  • example
  • For example, if we want to produce a system that is 95% reliable (or improve a system to achieve 95% reliability), a logistics engineer understands that total system reliability can be no greater than the least reliable subsystem or component. (wikipedia.org)
  • terms
  • However, the terms 'Building Information Model' and 'Building Information Modeling' (including the acronym "BIM") did not become popularly used until some 10 years later. (wikipedia.org)