Determining the Correct Service Level Target - Although the literature is replete with safety stock models that require the service level as a key input, typically little guidance is offered regarding precisely what the appropriate service level target should be. This article presents four key reminders that will help in avoiding mistakes commonly made in this selection. After clarifying the ...
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