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Advance Supply Chain Management-NMIMS Dec-16

Advance Supply Chain Management-NMIMS Dec-16

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Q1. Each year, India produces 63.5 million tons of fruits and 125.89 million tons of vegetables. India is also the largest producer of milk (105 million metric tons per year). India produces 6.5 million tons of meat and poultry, as well as 6.1 million tons of fish a year. The demand for fresh fruits and vegetables is increasing as the urban population is rising. This increasing demand is creating opportunities for cold chain logistics.

a. Explain the concept of cold chain and its growth in Indian logistic management. (5 marks)

b. Discus the issues in cold chain logistics in India? (5 marks)


Q2. Given the following costs and quarterly sales forecasts of a product. Compare the two strategies:

a. Strategy 1: Level production with constant workforce level (5 marks)

b. Strategy 2: Chase production by varying workforce level (5 marks)

Quarter                           I        II       III      IV

Sales forecast (Kg)                   80,000 50,000 120,000 150,000

Hiring cost                      Rs. 100 per worker

Firing cost                       Rs. 500 per worker

Inventory carrying cost   Rs. 0.50/Kg. per quarter

Production rate per employee    1000 kg. per quarter

Beginning workforce       100 workers

Labour Rate                    Rs. 5760/qtr


Q3.a) What are the decisions you will take at each phase of the framework for network design. (5 marks)


Q3. b) Study the distribution channels of any consumer product organization and make a report on the strategy, innovations, customer services, etc. (5 marks)

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