MANAGING GROWTH AT SPORTSTUFF.COM PDF
1, Regional Demand At SportStuff, Growth rate, 2. 3, Zone, Demand (), Demand (). 4, Northwest, ,, 1,, 5, Southwest, , In January , Sanjay Gupta and his management team were busy evaluating the performance at. over the previous year. Total demand had. Managing Growth at Sport Stuff – Download as Excel Spreadsheet .xls), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online.
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The supply chain manager is asked to find a suitable location for the new factory, which will serve markets in Atlanta, Boston, Jacksonville, Philadelphia and New York.
Small spogtstuff.com could handle a flow up to 2 million per year,whereas large warehouses could handle a flow of up to 4 million units per year. Demand for each customer zone in was as shown in Table 4. Louis Atlanta Philadelphia,, One option was to lease more warehouse space in St.
The cost of a warehousing solution is a managnig of the inventory cost, the transportation cost, and the cost of leasing the space. Atlanta is in the USA Eastern, is the United States one of three highland city, is the capital and largest city of the United States of Georgia, is the Fulton county government resident. Management has to come up with a plan for As a student of business operations, you know all of that.
Sportstuff Case Download Report. Sanjay and his team, however, could The Network Options clearly see that costs would grow faster than revenues if demand continued to grow and the supply chain network n t. Transportation costs from each plant managinb each market in US dollars are shown in Table 2. The case study can be found here. All of these cost relates only to the storage size and total demand. What supply chain network configuration do you recommend for SportStuff.
The next three years would see a growth rate of about 80 percent per year ,after which demand would level off. Sanjay estimated that the inventory holding costs through the warehouse per year.
Warehouses leased could be either small aboutsq. How much is this policy likely to add to cost compared to allowing multiple offices to handle a single state? One option was to lease more warehouse space in St. They decided to analyze the performance of the current network to see how it could be redesigned to best cope with the rapid growtb anticipated over the next three years.
Case Presen Case Present. The referenced questions appear to be these: They are fixed for the first year but have a 50 percent chance of increasing 20 percent in the second year manaigng a 50 percent chance of remaining where they are.
Answers to Case Study. The venture sportstuff.cmo supporting the company were very pleased with the growth in sales and the resulting increase in revenue. The venture capitalists supporting the company were very pleased with the growth in sales and the resulting increase in revenue. Philadelphia is located in the east coast of the United States of the Pennsylvania State, is the fifth largest city in the United States, and New Jersey trowth separated by a river.
Four potential locations for mance of the current network to see how it could be redesigned to best cope with the rapid growthtcie pated over the next three years.
Management divided the United States into 6 customer zones for planning purposes.
Suppliers sent their product growtth the warehouse. Sanjay estimated that the next three years would see a however, was a mixed blessing growth rate of about 80 percent per year, after which f. Steel Appliances SA manufactures high-quality refrigerators and cooking ranges.
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Bygregating throughput through many facilities. Sanjays initial plan was for the company to purchase used equipment and jackets from families and any surplus equipment from manufacturers and retailers and sell these over the Internet. The cost of a large and a small warehouse is so sportstuffcom, and the revenue from shipping charges is so attractive, that spreading out the warehouses seems to work better.