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Towards Hyperconnected Resource Requirements Planning

Abstract : This paper focuses on Resource Requirements Planning (RRP) for hyperconnected supply chain. The objective is to enable Physical Internet (PI) Logistics Web actors to plan their resources effectively to be able to fulfill the demand in the forthcoming years. We first identify a lack of research literature about RRP for hyperconnected supply chains. We conclude from our literature review that the research efforts done by the PI community are focused on enabling the PI to become operational. But the PI community has not yet shown any interest in PI strategic planning. So, we position our research regarding the MRP II system's RRP, focusing on the strategic planning processes for production and capacity control. Therefore, from the lack of research literature about RRP for hyperconnected supply chains, and from the MRP II strategic planning methodology structure, we demonstrate the significant need to adapt this MRP II system's RRP to fit the hyperconnected supply chains requirements and so the PI requirements. Finally, we introduce a Physical Internet Resource Requirement Planning (PI-RRP) methodology corresponding to our research agenda guidelines. The development of this methodology will drive our futures researches.
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Raphaël Oger, Matthieu Lauras, Benoit Montreuil, Frederick Benaben, Nicolas Salatge. Towards Hyperconnected Resource Requirements Planning. IPIC 2017 - 4th International Physical Internet Conference, Graz University of Technology - Austria, Jul 2017, Graz, Austria. p.115-125. ⟨hal-01582357⟩



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