In this tutorial we will use the GFA experiment for the brownfield analysis to extend the existing supply chain.
We will create a small supply chain in Switzerland distributing a new type of chocolate bar among the 10 customers in the largest cities of the country.
Then we will extend our supply chain by adding customers in the bordering countries: Austria and Italy. The experiment in this case will consider:
- All the objects of the existing supply chain
- Demand of all the customers
- Connections between the existing objects
Market statistics show that in average annual chocolate consumption per capita constitutes:
- 10.3kg in Switzerland
- 8.7kg in Austria
- 4kg in Italy
We plan to cover at least 10% of the market with the new product.
Let us start this tutorial. Click the link below to get to the first phase.
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