An inventory model for management of U.S. Coast Guard clothing facilities.
Dickens, Charles J.
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The Ccmmandant cf the Coast Guard recently expressed concern ever the inadequate support cf uniform items to Coastguardsmen. This thesis is in response ro this concern and proposes a periodic inventory model which can be expected tc provide effective inventory management of clothing facilities. The proposed model offers improvements by forecasting demand in order to mimiaize stock outages and by incriasing customer satisfaction through increased service levels. The proposed inventory control model has been developed in twc parts, one for forecasting recruit demands and the ether for sales demands. While the first part of the inventory model is only applicable at the Cape May Training Center, the second can be used nhroughout the Coast Guard and is offered as a partial solu-ion to the uniform support problems.
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