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Kannegiesser (2008): Value Chain Management in the Chemical Industry
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Titel:
Value Chain Management in the Chemical Industry
Untertitel:
Global Value Chain Planning of Commodities
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2008
Anmerkung:
Einblick in die Planungsüberlegungen und Prozeduren eines Chemieunternehmens. Die Komplexität der aufgabe wird ebenso sichtbar wie die zentrale Zielsetzung: "Global profit optimization"
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"In this study, two research questions have been investigated: 1. How volumes and values within the value chain can be managed in an integrated way and, especially, 2. How a global commodity value chain within the chemical industry can be planned by volumes and values."

1 Introduction.1
1.1 Research Field Overview3
1.2 Research Gaps and Questions.6
1.3 Research Approach.7
2 Value Chain Management11
2.1 Value Chain 11
2.2 Concepts to Manage the Value Chain 18
2.2.1 Concepts to Manage Values 19
2.2.2 Concepts to Manage Demand 22
2.2.3 Concepts to Manage Supply 28
2.2.4 Concepts Comparison 37
2.3 Integrated Value Chain Management .40
2.3.1 Value Chain Management Definition and Framework 40
2.3.2 Value Chain Strategy, Planning and Operations .44
2.3.3 Value Chain Management Methods 53
2.4 Conclusions 60
3 Chemical Industry and Value Chain Characteristics.63
3.1 Chemical Industry Characteristics 63
3.1.1 Chemical Industry Overview. 63
3.1.2 Chemical Market and Development 69
3.1.3 Specifics of Chemical Commodities .74
3.2 Global Commodity Value Chain in the Chemical Industry 81
3.2.1 Global Value Chain Network Overview 81
3.2.2 Network Characteristics 83
3.2.3 Sales Characteristics 86
3.2.4 Distribution Characteristics .88
3.2.5 Production Characteristics.89
3.2.6 Procurement Characteristics 90
3.3 Conclusions 91
4 Value Chain Planning Requirements and State of the Art Analysis. 93
4.1 Value Chain Planning Requirements 93
4.1.1 Requirements Gathering Overview .93
4.1.2 Planning Process Requirements.94
4.1.3 Value Planning Requirements .97
4.1.4 Sales Planning Requirements 100
4.1.5 Distribution Planning Requirements .102
4.1.6 Production Planning Requirements .106
4.1.7 Procurement Planning Requirements 108
4.2 Literature Review and State of the Art Analysis 109
4.2.1 State of the Art Analysis Overview.110
4.2.2 Planning-related Literature 111
4.2.3 Global-related Literature .114
4.2.4 Commodity-related Literature .116
4.2.5 Chemicals-related Literature .118
4.3 Conclusions 121
5 Global Value Chain Planning Model 123
5.1 Model Overview and Structure.123
5.2 Planning Basis 126
5.2.1 Planning Framework .126
5.2.2 Planning Objects and Basis Indices.127
5.3 Value Planning .133
5.3.1 Value Objective Function133
5.3.2 Future Inventory Value Planning 140
5.4 Sales Planning.145
5.4.1 Sales Index Sets, Control and Input Data 145
5.4.2 Price Elasticity Analysis 148
5.4.3 Turnover Approximation Preprocessing .151
5.4.4 Sales Decision Variables and Constraints .157
5.4.5 Sales Indicator Postprocessing 159
5.5 Distribution Planning 161
5.5.1 Transportation Index Sets, Control and Input Data .161
5.5.2 Transportation Variables and Constraints .163
5.5.3 Inventory Index Sets, Control and Input Data .169
5.5.4 Inventory Variables and Constraints .171
5.5.5 Distribution Balance Index Sets, Variables and Constraints .174
5.5.6 Distribution Indicator Postprocessing 176
5.6 Production Planning .177
5.6.1 Production Indices, Index Sets, Control and Input Data 179
5.6.2 Production Variables, Preprocessing and Constraints .185
5.6.3 Production Indicator Postprocessing .191
5.7 Procurement Planning.192
5.7.1 Procurement Index Sets, Control and Input Data 193
5.7.2 Procurement Variables and Constraints.193
5.7.3 Procurement Indicator Postprocessing 194
5.8 Conclusions 194
6 Model Implementation and Case Study Evaluation .197
6.1 Model Implementation 197
6.2 Case Study Evaluation 201
6.2.1 Case Study Overview 201
6.2.2 Basis Plan Evaluation 206
6.2.3 Value Scenario Evaluation 214
6.2.4 Sales Scenario Evaluation .216
6.2.5 Distribution Scenario Evaluation.219
6.2.6 Production Scenario Evaluation 222
6.2.7 Procurement Scenario Evaluation .228
6.3 Opportunities for Model Extensions.229
6.3.1 Regional Sales Planning 230
6.3.2 Robust Planning with Price Uncertainties .233
6.3.3 Price Planning Using Simulation-based Optimization 240
6.4 Conclusions 244
7 Summary, Conclusions and Outlook.247


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