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Production planning with load dependent lead times

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Lead times impact the performance of the supply chain significantly. Although there is a large literature concerning queuing models for the analysis of the relationship between capacity utilization and lead times, and there is a substantial literature concerning control and order release policies that take lead times into consideration, there have been only few papers describing models at the aggregate planning level that recognize the relationship between the planned utilization of capacity and lead times. In this paper we provide an in-depth discussion of the state-of-the art in this literature, with particular attention to those models that are appropriate at the aggregate planning level.

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Correspondence to Julia Pahl.

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Received: September 2005 / Revised version: November 2005

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All correspondence to: Stefan Voß

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Pahl, J., Voß, S. & Woodruff, D.L. Production planning with load dependent lead times. 4OR 3, 257–302 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10288-005-0083-9

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Keywords:

  • Production planning
  • load dependent lead times
  • mathematical programming
  • supply chain management