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- Drive inventory and safety stock levels according to customer requirements using the Service Level Optimizer
In project management, the time an activity begins; this may be defined as an actual start date or a planned start date.
In project management, a network requirement that activity A must start before subsequent activity B can finish. See: logical relationship.
In project management, a network requirement that activity A must start before subsequent activity B can start. See: logical relationship.
That period starting with the date of initial operation during which the unit is brought up to acceptable production capacity and quality within estimated production costs. Startup is the activity that commences on the date of initial activity and has significant duration on most projects, but is often confused (used interchangeably) with date of initial operation.
The technique of having an implementation team tour or visit the implementation site on a frequent basis and use the management by walking around technique to identify problems and solutions.
The extra operating costs to bring the plant or product on-stream incurred between the completion of construction and the start of normal operations. In addition to the difference between actual operating costs during that period and normal costs, they include employee training, equipment tests, process adjustments, salaries and travel expense of temporary labor staff and consultants, report writing, post-startup monitoring, and associated overhead. Additional capital required to correct plant problems may be included. Startup costs are sometimes capitalized.
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