An Inventory Model For Deteriorating Items With Expiry Date And Time Varying Holding Cost

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A production inventory model for deteriorating products with

Singh, S.R. (2018) A production inventory model for deteriorating products with selling price dependent consumption rate and shortages under inflationary environment , Int. J. Procurement

Fuzzy Inventory Models of Perishable Multi-Items for

inventory model for deteriorating items with price-dependent demand and time-varying holding cost. Recently much work has been done regarding inventory models for deteriorating items. The life time of perishable items like perfumes, medicines, blood etc. are fixed and they cannot be used after the date of expiry. [6] have reviewed inventory

International Journal of Soft Computing and Engineering

deterministic inventory model for price dependent demand with time varying holding cost and trade credit under deteriorating environment, supplier offers a credit limit to the customer during whom there is no interest charged, but upon the expiry of the prescribed time limit, the supplier will charge some interest.

Fixed Life Perishable Inventory Problem and Approximation

approximation model is less than 4%. 1 Introduction Controlling inventories of perishable items poses a significant challenge due to limited useful life of items. These items if not used before the expiry date would outdate and there would be an additional cost of outdating of perished items. To maximize total


An Inventory Model with Periodic Demand, Constant Deterioration, Shortages & Trade Credits 23rd December 56 A 34 Pinky Saxena, Kuldeep Sharma An Integrated Production Inventory Model for Repairable Items Considering Expiry Date and Time Varying Holding Cost with Uncertain Lead Time 23rd December 57 P 25 R. Pandey, A.K. Gupta

Retailer s Optimal Pricing and Ordering Policies of Non

Demand, Holding Cost, Inventory,Non-Instantaneous In this paper we have presented an inventory system for non-instantaneous deteriorating items with demand as quadratic function of time, constant deteriorating rate and linear holding cost. This model is developed in which



An inventory system for varying deteriorating pharmaceutical

holding cost as a function of time to manage the inventory of pharmaceutical items. A deteriorating inventory model considering price-de-pendent demand was given by Roy [9]. In this model, cost of holding of items was taken as dependent upon time. An order-level inventory model with time-quadratic demand


pro t. Chang [3] used preservation technology on non-instantaneous deteriorating items. Singh and Rathore [26] extended this model for shortages with the pro-posal of trade credit. Shah et al. [25] developed an integrated model by using preservation technology on time-varying deteriorating items when demand is time and price sensitive.

Inventory model with stock-level dependent demand rate and

inventory model with a stock-level dependent demand rate and a variable holding cost. In this model, the holding cost is an increasing step function of the time spent in storage. Two types of time-dependent holding cost increase functions are considered: Retroactive increase, and incremental increase. For each type, a simple algorithm that

Int. J. Production Economics

Friedman (1978) presented a continuous time inventory model with time-varying demand. Silver (1979) developed an approx-imate solution approach to reduce the computational effort needed in the procedure proposed by Donaldson. Dave and Patel (1981) studied a inventory model for deteriorating items with time proportional demand.

Inventory Model for Deteriorating Items with Fixed Life under

inventory model with time-dependent quadratic demand and time-varying holding cost where units have expiry date. The model considered here allows shortages, and the demand is partially backlogged. The model is solved analytically by minimizing the total inventory cost. The results are illustrated with numerical example for the model.

A Deterministic Pharmaceutical Inventory Model for Variable

Patel and Reena discussed an inventory model for variable deteriorating items with two warehouses under shortages, time-varying holding cost, inflation and permis- sible delay in payments [8].

International Journal of Innovation, Management and

fixed ordering cost. h - cost of holding an item in storage for a unit time. A - reference level of utility for a priceless and expired item. E - duration of time that starts at the arrival of a shipment and ends at its assigned expiry date , p. 0 - price assigned to a fresh item of level E, c. AD - additional item cost for applying AD


Seema Sharma, Sanjay Singh, S.R. Singh, An inventory model for deteriorating items with expiry date and time varying holding cost, International Journal Procurement Management, Vol. 11(5), pp. 650-666, 2018.

International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics Volume

two -warehouse inventory system. Hartely (1976) was the first to develop the basic two -warehouse inventory model. Sarma (1987) further developed the two - warehouse model for deteriorating items with an infinite replenishment rate and completely backlogged shortages. Pakkala and Achary (1992) considered the

3. IJMCAR - Optimum Order Quantity for Deteriorating Items In

In the past research many inventory model has been developed with and without deterioration. In the practical situation many products deteriorate time to time, which is manufactured like food items, chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, photography, papers etc. and many of products has expiry date. The demand rate may be

AnInventoryModelforPerishableItemswithPrice-,Stock-,and Time

EPQ inventory models for deteriorating items by in-cluding the holding cost as nonlinear time dependent. Years later, Pal et al. [25] investigated the single-period

Optimal replenishment policy with variable deterioration for

Time-varying deterioration; Time-dependent holding cost; Shortages. Abstract. Although numerous researchers have developed di erent inventory models for deteriorating items, very few of them have taken the maximum lifetime of a deteriorating item into consideration. This paper illustrates a mathematical model to obtain an optimal

An Optimal Ordering Pharmaceutical Inventory Model for Time

Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 11(12): December 2018 5248 (2012) developed an economic order quantity model for finite production rate and deteriorating items with time

Inventory Optimization with Stock-Dependent Demand and Time

Jan 14, 2017 developed an inventory model for deteriorating items with time-dependent demand and time-varying holding cost under partial backlogging[21]. Inventory model for deteriorating items with predetermined life under quadratic demand and nonlinear holding cost has been developed by Niketa D. Trivedi, Nehal J. Shukla and Nita H.

An EPQ model for non-instantaneous deteriorating item with

production inventory model of non-instantaneous deteriorating item in which demand rate is exponential and production rate is a function of demand rate. The holding cost varies with time.


Goyal and Giri (2001) presented an EOQ model for deteriorating items with time varing demand and partial backlogging. Perumal (2002) presented inventory model with two rates of production and backorders. Teng el al (2003) developed inventory model for deteriorating items with time varying demand anpartial backlogging.

Perishable Inventory Management in Healthcare

expiry date of the product provided by suppliers. The problem consists of determining, in each period, the quantities of items to be purchased from the regular sup- plier and from the outsourced supplier such that all de- mand is satisfied and the total cost of purchasing, ship - ping and inventory holding is minimized.


Mandal (1998), discusses the fuzzy inventory model of deteriorating items with stock- dependent demand using limited storage space. Maxwell (1964), considered the scheduling of economic lot sizes. Misra (1975), first studied the EPQ model for deteriorating items with the varying and constant rate of deterioration.

Optimization of imperfect economic manufacturing models with

regarding to the date that defective items are drawn from inventory. The set-up, backordering, inspection, and production costs, as well as holding cost of both perfect and imperfect items are accounted in the inventory system. An algorithm is offered to optimize total inventory cost and then numerical analyses are presented to