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Replenishment Scenario 7 - Contract Manufacturing, Prime Contractor Buys Components, Pre-2000 Version A
Status:  To be recast.  Renamed from "Forecast/Planning Model 5" to Replenishment Model 7 as part of recast of Pre-2000 Version A Forecast Models (Balloted and Ratified by Membership, August 1997)

Business Overview

Special Notes:

Multi-party Replenishment Scenarios are typically serial two-party scenarios with a twist or two.  When a Prime Contractor (PC) outsources manufacturing to a Contract Manufacturer (PC), a specialized pre-order process for quoting the cost of manufacturing complex assemblies is used, Pre-Order Model 3 - Contract Manufacturing Process.  From there, a series of appropriate two-party replenishment processes are used, with some minor differences:

See also Assumptions in the supporting documentation.

Overview (Use Case) Diagram    Narration


Narration   Overview (Use Case) Diagram

To be developed

Last updated 01 February 2003