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Jindi Ji, Yuxin Wang, Haitao Jia, Mingjun Shi
Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 1903; https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/1903/1/012009

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A In this paper, we are aimed at discussing problems of distribution network planning and inventory management in a multiple-retailing supply chain. We study the distribution model and inventory management model, integrating both models to analyse the optimal decisions on maximum profit. The main methodology we used is literature study and model formulations. Through the research, we finally present the optimal distribution and inventory decision.
Razaullah Razaullah, Iftikhar Hussain,
2017 International Conference on Industrial Engineering, Management Science and Application (ICIMSA) pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.1109/icimsa.2017.7985610

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As the global warming increases, green supply chain is a practice of great importance to be considered by production and distributing firms. In this paper, an optimization model is developed for a supply chain network with the main objectives to minimize the total cost of the network and pollutants' emission to the environment. Product distribution of a local paper mill with production facilities as supply sources and retailers as demand points is solved optimally. The incorporation of traffic factor on a supply route further broadened the problem. Different pollutants emitting from transportation vehicles and their impacts are presented briefly. A case study is solved to analyze how the model performs with the changing network characteristics. Computational results show that the proposed model performs efficiently for all test problems. Keywords-Green supply chain, network design, optimal solution.
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