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Purpose of this thesis is to continue investigating an existing cost model developed to analyze material flows form internal warehouses to an assembly line. In particular, two main material supply methods, i.e. kitting and bulk feeding, will be scrutinized. For these two methods , the cost model will be refined and applied to real case data. An in-depth sensitivity analysis will be carried out to get insight in the factors that influence this intern logical cost. Potential impact factors would be the prime cost of the part to be supplied, the packaging unit, the distance between the warehouse and the line, etc.
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