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Frequently , much of the

, either because the information never has been kept or because what was kept

is outdated or in the wrong form . Therefore , it often is necessary to install a new

...

Frequently , much of the

**needed**data will not be available when the study begins, either because the information never has been kept or because what was kept

is outdated or in the wrong form . Therefore , it often is necessary to install a new

...

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CASE 12.3 STOCKING SETS Daniel Holbrook , an expeditor at the local

warehouse for Furniture City , sighed as he moved boxes and boxes of inventory

to the side in order to reach the shelf where the particular item he

located .

CASE 12.3 STOCKING SETS Daniel Holbrook , an expeditor at the local

warehouse for Furniture City , sighed as he moved boxes and boxes of inventory

to the side in order to reach the shelf where the particular item he

**needed**waslocated .

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Some coordination is

the different echelons . Since the inventory at each echelon ( except the top one )

is replenished from the next higher echelon , the inventory level currently ...

Some coordination is

**needed**between the inventories of any particular product atthe different echelons . Since the inventory at each echelon ( except the top one )

is replenished from the next higher echelon , the inventory level currently ...

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