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GSCM 520 DeVry Week 5 Case Study
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1. Bradford Manufacturing
Review the Bradford Manufacturing case study on page 270 in the textbook and refer to the questions noted in Doc Sharing.
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2. Brunswick Motors
Review the Brunswick Motors case study on page 300 in the textbook and refer to the questions noted in Doc Sharing.
Compose an APA-formatted Word document, no more than three pages in length; please answer each of the questions from the presented case study of your choice.
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Case—Bradford Manufacturing (p. 270)
· Prepare an aggregate plan for the coming year, assuming that the sales forecast is perfect. Use the spreadsheet Bradford Manufacturing. In the spreadsheet, an area has been designated for your aggregate plan solution. Supply the number of packaging lines to run and the number of overtime hours each quarter. You will need to set up the course calculations in the spreadsheet.
· Review your solution carefully and defend your answers.
Case—Brunswick Motors (p. 300)
· Assume that Phil wants to minimize his inventory requirements. Assume that each order will be only for what is required for a single period. Using the forms in the case, calculate the net requirements and planned order releases for the gearboxes and input shafts. Assume that the lot sizing is done using a lot for lot.
· Calculate a schedule using lease-total-cost lot sizing. What are the savings with this new schedule?