Rich Runsfast owns a running shoe and clothes specialty shop. He currently keeps his inventory in the back room of his store, which is in a well-located strip mall. However, because he recently expanded his sales floor area to accommodate more shoe displays, his storage area has been reduced to the point where he cannot keep a sufficient inventory at the store.
Ways to deal with Rich's facility problem would include:
relocating the store to a larger facility that would accommodate both adequate sales display and adequate inventory space
renting off-site space in which to store the "overflow" inventory
reducing inventory needs by changing how he does business, such as by utilizing quicker delivery of special order items from suppliers