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We then need to determine the right level of safety stock. Before we develop an adequate expression, let us determine the drivers of safety stock. There are four key drivers: • • • • The The The The volatility of demand, (J replenishment lead time, I length of the review period, p desired customer service level, 2 Putting these drivers together, the order-up-to level is given by: S= ,u(p+l)+2(J~p+l, where the first part of the equation represents the expected demand during the replenishment lead time, whereas the second part is the safety stock kept to accommodate demand fluctuations.
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