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Ingeniería Industrial

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PARDILLO-BAEZ, Yinef et al. Study on the availability of edible oil in Cuba in 2010. Ing. Ind. [online]. 2012, vol.33, n.1, pp.87-98. ISSN 1815-5936.

Due to the low presence of edible oil in hard-currency stores in 2006 and the need of knowing their actual demand in the Cuban market, it became necessary to undertake a study of the levels of availability of this product. This study was performed to measure the availability of this product in a phase of implementation of the Model. The study was divided into two stages, a first one that discusses the availability of oil in the country with all the commercial chains and a second one that focuses on Havana and Commercial Chain TRD Caribe. In the first stage the level of availability was high (90,8%), while in the second stage availability levels dropped significantly to 45,84%. The levels of availability are analyzed in various stages of the supply chain, showing that there are large differences in levels of availability in the same period of time for different actors in the supply chain, which leads to the conclusion that there are problems in the organization of the logistics of the edible oil supply chain, which generates low levels of availability meaning low levels at customers service.

Palabras clave : availability; missing merchandise gondola (MMG); supply chain; actors in the supply chain.

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