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Strategic decision making method for sharing resources among multiple manufacturing/remanufacturing systems

1st Person: Kondoh, Shinsuke
Additional Persons: Salmi, Timo
Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: Springer 2011
Keywords: Produktionswirtschaft
Betriebliche Kreislaufwirtschaft
Produktionskosten
Strategisches Management
Production management
Reverse logistics
Production costs
Strategic management
Online: https://www.econstor.eu/bitstream/10419/108883/1/751546011.pdf
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Strategic decision making method for sharing resources among multiple manufacturing/remanufacturing systems
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Strategic decision making method for sharing resources among multiple manufacturing/remanufacturing systems
Produktionswirtschaft
Betriebliche Kreislaufwirtschaft
Produktionskosten
Strategisches Management
Production management
Reverse logistics
Production costs
Strategic management
Kondoh, Shinsuke
title_short
Strategic decision making method for sharing resources among multiple manufacturing/remanufacturing systems
title_full
Strategic decision making method for sharing resources among multiple manufacturing/remanufacturing systems
title_fullStr
Strategic decision making method for sharing resources among multiple manufacturing/remanufacturing systems
title_full_unstemmed
Strategic decision making method for sharing resources among multiple manufacturing/remanufacturing systems
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Strategic decision making method for sharing resources among multiple manufacturing/remanufacturing systems
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electronic Article
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Article
publisher
Springer
publishDate
2011
language
English
topic
Produktionswirtschaft
Betriebliche Kreislaufwirtschaft
Produktionskosten
Strategisches Management
Production management
Reverse logistics
Production costs
Strategic management
topic_facet
Production management
Reverse logistics
Production costs
Strategic management
author
Kondoh, Shinsuke
author2
Salmi, Timo
author2Str
Salmi, Timo
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Purpose: To reduce products' environmental impact over their entire life cycle, adequate reuse and recycling of products and their components are indispensable. In this context, it is important to establish efficient closed-loop manufacturing systems (CMS), where products are made from post-use as well as new materials. However, the establishment of economically and environmentally efficient CMS is difficult due to the uncertainty associated with the return flows of post-use products. Since product usage conditions and lifetimes differ from user to user, there are significant fluctuations in product flows' quantity and quality. This results in insufficient utilization of manufacturing/remanufacturing resources (e.g., labor and equipment) and high investment costs for CMSs, which hinder proper reuse and recycling of post-use products. The objective of this study is to propose a strategic decision-making method for sharing resources among multiple CMSs to reduce the cost of product reuse and recycling. Methods: We first discuss the benefits and difficulties of sharing production resources among multiple CMSs. Then, a transferability benefit index (TBI) is introduced to help identify the most promising resources to be shared among multiple systems. Results :A simplified example calculation is provided as an illustration of the method. Two disassembly systems with the similar structure are considered as a case study. As a result, we successfully applied the index to determine the most promising resources in a case study. Conclusions: We find that TBI is useful because it provides a simple and easily understandable decision criterion for identifying the resources to be transferred and shared among multiple CMSs to reduce the cost for reuse and recycling of used products. TBI also screens outs the promising resources which should be redesigned and modified before sharing among multiple CMSs. Development of practical redesign methods and modification guidelines for these resources will be included in our future work of this study.
url
https://www.econstor.eu/bitstream/10419/108883/1/751546011.pdf
journal
Journal of Remanufacturing
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Journal of Remanufacturing
Journal of Remanufacturing
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2210-4690
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2019-03-20T03:50:11.265Z
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