Scenario: As a master's student, I have been assigned a simulation role as a summer intern in the research and development department of an international company that produces and distributes agricultural equipment. I have identified and modeled this thesis on AGCO (Gleaner-Allis Corporation), a publicly listed company based in the United States. This assignment is independent and purely for academic purposes, and AGCO has no knowledge of or involvement in it. AGCO, a major producer of agricultural equipment, aims to diversify its product portfolio with environmentally friendly products to address climate change. The company manufactures and distributes a wide range of farm machinery and equipment across North and South America, including tractors, planters, harvesters, diesel generators, and water pumps. AGCO also provides financial services, such as agricultural loans and machinery leases, to support farmers. In this master’s thesis simulation, the marketing team at AGCO has identified micro biogas digesters as a potential addition to AGCO’s product line. These digesters, utilizing the anaerobic digestion of organic waste, can reduce GHG emissions while expanding the company's product offering. To evaluate the feasibility of this product, the company's CEO has assigned the research and development (R&D) team to assess two options: developing and producing their line of micro biogas digesters or collaborating with an existing supplier and serving as a distributor. In this simulation, my role is that of a summer intern within AGCO's R&D department. My responsibilities include conducting independent research and analysis, guided by an experienced advisor who acts as a middle manager within AGCO. My objective is to provide valuable insights and assist the company in making an informed decision regarding the distribution of micro biogas digesters in rural areas of South America.