Integral Logistics Management — Operations Management and Supply Chain Management Within and Across Companies

15.8 References

ASCM22Pittman, P. et al., ASCM Dictionary, 17th Ed., APICS/ASCM, Chicago, 2022
BaBr94 Bauer, S., Browne, S., Bowden, M., Duggan, A., Lyons, J., “Shop Floor Control Systems,” 2nd Edition, Chapman & Hall, London, 1994
DoSo10 Domschke, W., Scholl, A., “Rundreisen und Touren,” 2. Band der Reihe Logistik, 5. Auflage, Oldenbourg Verlag, München, 2010
JuSc00 Jünemann, R., Schmidt, T., “Materialflusssysteme: Systemtechnische Grundlagen,” 3. Auflage, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2000
Knol92 Knolmayer, G., “A Widely Acclaimed Method of Load-Oriented Job Release and Its Conceptual Deficiencies,” Arbeits­bericht No. 29 des Instituts für Wirtschaftsinformatik, University of Bern, 1992
Loed11Lödding, H., "Handbook of Manufacturing Control: Fundamentals, Description, Configuration," Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2011.
MarA95 Martin, A., “Distribution Resource Planning,” 3rd Edition, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1995
Pfoh18 Pfohl, H.-Ch., “Logistiksysteme: Betriebswirtschaftliche Grundlagen,” 9. Auflage, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2018
RKW-HaRKW-Handbuch Logistik, “Integrierter Material- und Warenfluss in Beschaffung, Produktion und Absatz,” ergänzbares Handbuch für Planung, Einrichtung und Anwendung logistischer Systeme in der Unternehmens­praxis, Erich Schmidt Verlag
Ross15 Ross, D.F., “Distribution: Planning and Control,” 3rd Edition, Springer Netherlands, 2015
Sche98b Scherer, E., “Shop Floor Control — A Systems Perspective: From Deterministic Models towards Agile Operations Management,” Springer, New York, 1998
Schö95b Schönsleben, P., “Corma: Capacity Oriented Materials Management,” Proceedings of the APICS World Symposium, Auckland, Australasian Production and Inventory Control Society, 1995
Stic04  Stich, V., “Industrielle Logistik,” 8th Edition, Wissenschaftsverlag Mainz, 2004
Wien95 Wiendahl, H.P., “Load-Oriented Manufacturing Control,” Springer, Berlin, New York, 1995

Course 15: Sections and their intended learning outcomes

  • Course 15 – Order Release and Control

    Intended learning outcomes: Differentiate various techniques for order release. Explain in detail shop floor control. Present methods and techniques used for order monitoring and shop floor data collection. Describe distribution control.

  • 15.1 Order Release

    Intended learning outcomes: Describe order proposals for production and procurement as well as order release. Explain load-oriented order release (Loor) and capacity-oriented materials management (Corma).

  • 15.2 Shop Floor Control — Production Activity Control (PAC) — Manufacturing Execution System (MES)

    Intended learning outcomes: Describe the issuance of accompanying documents for production. Explain operations scheduling, dispatching, and finite forward scheduling. Present sequencing methods.

  • 15.3 Order Monitoring and Shop Floor Data Collection

    Intended learning outcomes: Describe recording issues of goods from stock and completed operations. Produce an overview on progress checking, quality control, report of order termination, and automatic and rough-cut data collection.

  • 15.4 Distribution Control

    Intended learning outcomes: Explain order picking, packaging, load building, and transportation to receiver.

  • 15.5 Summary


  • 15.6 Keywords


  • 15.7 Scenarios and Exercises

    Intended learning outcomes: Calculate examples for load-oriented order release (Loor) and for finite forward scheduling. Assess characteristics of capacity-oriented materials management (Corma) and of order Picking.