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First-in, last-out (FILO) Academic Research on First In Last Out Method Multi-productinventorylogistics modeling in the process industries, Zyngier, D., & Kelly, J. D. (2009). InOptimization and logistics challenges in the enterprise(pp. 61-95). Springer, Boston, MA. Organ acquisition cost centers Part II: Reducing the burden of cost andinventory, Abecassis, M. (2006).American journal of transplantation,6(12), 2836-2840. This paper suggests that decreasing organ acquisition costs (OAC) reduces the cost of transplantation. The purpose of this article is to build on the platform of definitions and concepts developed in the first paper to achieve costsavings in OAC. In this paper, the authors propose several concrete strategies to decrease OAC. The paper also highlights the value of proactive waitlist management.. This paper aims to develop a novel metric can also be used indirectly to assess and monitor waitlist inventory. A Comparative Analysis of the Impact ofInventoryValuation Methods on Financial Report Statement in Some Manufacturing Companies in Enugu State, MORGAN, A. O. (2007). Enugu State: Caritas University. This research work on A Comparative Study of Expenditure Controls method in Government and private Hospitals is aimed at studying and analysing the different methods of expenditure control that is being adopted by these hospitals, their practical application and their level of effectiveness. It is aimed at carrying out a comparative analysis of two hospitals. To achieve the aim of this research, secondary data through textbooks and journals were used to review some of the related literatures. On the business side: ADR in purchase price adjustments, Presby, J. T. (2002). Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation,20(5), 91-102. Consolidation of Load in Supply Chain Management, Saini, K., & Vaishya, R. (2016). Driving costs out of a production system, Dial, G., Roker, J., Freking, B., & Rademacher, C. (2003). ECR: a" fresh" look from Japan, Takeda, Y., & Matsuo, H. (2002). International Commerce Review: ECR Journal,2(2), 17. A faster enterprise resources planning implementation for Euro coin supply chain within the SCOR model, Savino, M. M., & Neubert, G. (2007). International Journal of Integrated Supply Management,3(4), 385-405. The present paper deals with the setting up and management of a complex logistic chain for the distribution of Euro Coins on the whole Italian peninsula through an ERP software. In particular, the work is related to a specific SCOR modelling that aims at decreasing software customisations times and minimising some parameters crucial for this supply chain, such as deliveries punctuality, delivery errors, warehouse stockout. An investigation into the relevance ofstockvaluation models and their applications in the emerging markets: Hong Kong and Singapore experiences, Pang, S. W. N. (2002). (Doctoral dissertation, University of South Australia). Cost Optimization of Scheduling Based on Simulation, Li, J., & Du, P. A. (2011). InAdvanced Materials Research(Vol. 201, pp. 1039-1043). Trans Tech Publications. Based on Plant Simulation and its Genetic Algorithm, this paper proposes a method of optimizing production cost when scheduling is put forward. This research realizes the relevant scheduling to minimize the production cost and propose a solution for these problems of complex combined cost optimization. Improvement in the inbound logistics of the tire industry, Cordeiro, I. C. M. (2015). This paper contains an analysis of a project which was started within Continental AG, a leading automotive supplier, on basis of a quality retirement that must be complied with in Continental tire plants worldwide. This analysis was based on the consumption values of raw materials for a specific group of materials and packaging types (chemicals in big bag or small bags on a wooden pallet). The paper produces an ultimate output which includes an estimate of the types and quantities of metal pallets and pallet changing devices to be purchased and the resulting investment needed.