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...ory holding costs, ordering costs, and shortage costs, and have a classification system for inventory items.
In conclusion, while reading the case study, I saw much disorganization throughout the company’s entire system. They did not have any formalized structure that was followed on a daily basis. I am really surprised that they have functioned this long in their disorganized workplace and work environment. I believe that if Austin Wood Products take these recommendations I have given, their day-to-day business will function much better and run more smoothly. In the long run, I hope that it is more effective and efficient in moving their products from the walls of their stockrooms (warehouses) to the hands of their customers.
1. W.C. Benton, Jr., 3rd Edition, “Purchasing and Supply Chain Management.” (2010). Text.
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