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For each test problem, we have varied the reorder level and threshold stock level and run 25 instances.
But, in case of stock transfer, the average stock-out days first decreases and then increases with increasing reorder level.
At high reorder level [40%], the no stock transfer policy seems to be better than the stock transfer policy as the warehouses keeps enough safety stocks to deal with uncertainty and the lateral transshipment only adds to the transportation cost.
The delay is because of serial communication once the reorder level is reached at one warehouse.
From the results, we have figured out that the reorder level is the most sensitive parameter.
The simulation model solves for various reorder level and stock transfer level to identify the best inventory policy for a given set of parameters.
Increase in the reorder level at fillers with two multi-skilled materials handlers under normal and increased demand levels.
Increase in the reorder level at fillers with three and four multi-skilled materials handlers (tested under increased demand).
Since the above results displayed unstable queue lengths, while showing idle times at blistering machines and fillers, the reorder level for empty tubes at the fillers was increased from half a box to one box.
The experiments were repeated with layout 1, by allowing multi-skilled materials handlers and by increasing the reorder level for empty tubes at the fillers.
Use an increased reorder level (1 box) for empty tubes at the fillers in the tube cell.