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The synthesis model as a planning tool for effective supply chains resistant to adverse events
 
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WSB University in Poznań, 5 Powstańców Wielkopolskich, 61-895 Poznań, Poland
 
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Warsaw University of Technology Faculty of Transport, 75 Koszykowa str. Warsaw, Poland
 
 
Publication date: 2022-03-31
 
 
Eksploatacja i Niezawodność – Maintenance and Reliability 2022;24(1):140-152
 
HIGHLIGHTS
  • Planning modular supply chains enables them to be adapted to flexible innovative transformation.
  • The method of synthesis is the basic tool for creating an effective and reliable sequence of modules.
  • The modular supply chain synthesis should be a continuous and uniform process.
  • The synergy effect can measure the effectiveness of designing modular, reliable supply chains.
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The article presents the problem of planning effective modular supply chains to resist adverse events. The lack of effective models for planning such supply chains based on the synergy of individual links widens the knowledge gap in this area. The analyses confirm the legitimacy of forming effective and reliable supply chains ready for fitting supplies to specific orders, adaptation to flexible and innovative transformations, and minimization of time losses and costs of restoring supply capacity in case of a threat. The authors provide a theoretical analysis of the problem and present a proprietary approach to constructing reliable modular supply chains in the automotive industry. It has been shown that the synergy effect can measure the effectiveness of the design of such chains. A proprietary synthesis model was presented. The model can serve as a tool to support the planning of modular supply chains that are resistant to adverse events.
 
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