Manufacturing Technology Management by Chan F. (ed.)

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Cooperation can also be defined as the coordination and synchronization of operations carried out by independent actors (Malone and Crowston, 1994; Monteiro and Ladet, 2001a). , 1997; Camalot, 2000; Huguet, 1994). 2. 1 Architecture definition The supply chain considered in our work can be summarized as follows (Figure 1). The supply chain is viewed as a set of tiers (corresponding to the nomenclature levels), in which each partner, called a virtual enterprise node (VEN), is in relation with customers and suppliers on the adjacent tiers.

Then the VSBA has the following four possible options which are the function of partners’ answers. They are: . achieve the job by respecting the whole constraints induced by the order and carry out a complete delivery at D; . refuse the job, because its induced constraints are too restrictive for the VEN; . make a second request allowing overtime; and . research split delivery possibilities for Dmax at the latest. 3 The single enterprise VEN case In principle, each VEN is faced with: (1) internal constraints related to its capacity limits; and (2) external constraints, related to its: .

It is assumed that agreements are signed between VENs of the first tier and customers on one hand, and on the other between partners of the SC. , 1999; Cachon and Lariviere, 2001). On the basis of forecasting data and contracts established, each VEN makes its planning. In the event of unforeseen production problems of a VEN, or of forecasting change, it must commit with its current customer and supplier VENs, so that they try to overcome the problem collectively, which ensures the continuity of the production and global non-stop of the manufacturing chains.

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