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Pottery Barn sofas range from $600 to $3,500, are made to order, have a four- to 12-week lead time and are nonreturnable.
Proposed approach to lead time demand modelling is tested on fast and slow moving items using (s, Q) continuous review inventory model.
Lead time = (S-wave arrival at the target city-P-wave arrival at the farthest of 4 nearest EEW station + 4 sec (EEW algorithm) + 1 sec (Transmission delay) + 1 sec (Processing delay)) (1)
Following Riezebos' (2006) call for research on order crossovers resulting from different lead time processes, Riezebos and Gaalman (2009) focus on the dynamic-deterministic process with multiple suppliers, each with a different constant lead time, where orders cross due to orders placed with different suppliers at different epochs.
This model alleviates what would be long lead times should the fleet/NAVSUP procure material at the time of need.
Under such optimal lead time quotation policies, however, the exact lead time information is not quoted to customers.
On the other hand, for the uncontrollable lead time, Garcia et al.
3 (Lead time 18 hours)-121-170 kph maximum sustained winds; moderate to heavy damage expected
* define a supply chain with zero informational lead time;
They said: "We always offer a full refund of a deposit in the event of an extension in the production lead time for a vehicle.
The output of this tool provides information on lead time and presents a visual indicator for the manufacturing critical-path time of a selected major product family.
The first data were taken in 2009, so they need a long lead time and that's why they start now to kick off this project, Heuer insisted.