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An Effective Way to Benefit the Supply Chain

XIA Xin-yue,JI Jian-hua (1.Shanghai Delphi International Battery Co.Ltd. , Shanghai 201315,China; 2. School of Management, Shanghai Jinaotong University, Shanghai 200052, China)  
Customers are usually motivated by price discounts to purchase in large quantities or in advance of their needs. These pricing incentives can normally lead to lower costs for both customers and suppliers. This paper presents a model that quantifies the benefit to suppliers from obtaining advanced commitments from downstream customers. Explanation is given in detail by taking raw materials inventory cost for example.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金(79970029)
【CateGory Index】: F274
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