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Developing an integrated blood supply chain network in crisis conditions considering the concentration of sites in facilities and blood types substitution

Mohsen Jami; Hamidreza Izadbakhsh; Alireza Arshadi Khamseh

Volume 20, Issue 67 , February 2023, , Pages 51-84


  In the management of the blood supply chain network, the existence of a coherent and accurate program can help increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the network. This research presents an integrated mathematical model to minimize network costs and blood delivery time, especially in crisis conditions. ...  Read More

A Multi-Objective Model for Location-Routing Problem Considering Minimal Risk and Maximal Demand Covering

alireza alinezhad; Abolfazl kazemi; Marzieh Karimi

Volume 18, Issue 58 , October 2020, , Pages 105-138


  Location, routing and allocation decisions in supply chain management philosophy is undoubtedly one of the most important issues have very effect on the supply chain cost reduction and customer satisfaction. This paper presents an integrated approach to the distribution network. The objective functions ...  Read More

An Integrated Location-Production-Distribution Model in the Green Supply Chain Considering Customer Service Level

Saeed Mousakhani; Saeed Mousakhani; Mohamad Sadegh Sangari

Volume 18, Issue 56 , April 2020, , Pages 275-304


  Integrated production-distribution planning is one of the main issues in supply chain management that plays an important role in reducing supply chain costs. In addition, choosing optimal location of distribution centers can facilitate achieving this goal. On the other hand, environmental laws and regulations ...  Read More

Presentation of the dynamic capacitated location-routing problem with considering price-sensitive demand
Volume 17, Issue 52 , April 2019, , Pages 89-124


  One of the most important problems of logistic networks is designing and analyzing of the distribution network. The design of distribution systems raises hard combinatorial optimization problems. In recent years, two main problems in the design of distribution networks that are location of distribution ...  Read More

A Multi-Objective Optimization Model For Location-Inventory-Routing Problem in a Multi-Echelon Supply Chain Network Considering Maximum Demand Coverage

Behnam Vahdani

Volume 17, Issue 52 , April 2019, , Pages 239-286


  Today, intense competition in global markets has forced companies to design and manage of supply chains in a better way. Since the role of three factors: location, routing and inventory is important to continue the life of a supply chain so, integration of these three elements will create an efficient ...  Read More

A bi-objective facility location model for green supply chain network

hadis drikvand; seyyed mohammad hajimolana

Volume 16, Issue 51 , January 2019, , Pages 235-263


  Environmental concerns have spurred an interest in studying green supply chain. Nowadays, governmental and non-governmental organizations consider environmental management as a strategic requirement having numerous benefits. Therefore, they effort to increase customers' satisfactory and market share ...  Read More

The Covering location Problem Considering lost Demand with Genetic Algorithm in Congested Systems

Hasan Shavandi; Mehdi Mardane Khameneh

Volume 8, Issue 20 , March 2011, , Pages 27-48

  On the networks existing servers and customers, each node indicates a customer demand and demand rate is estimated for them. The edges of the network indicate connective ways among the nods which is usually shown with the distance of two nods or the time of travelling. In the covering location problems, ...  Read More

Developing a Two Objectives Model for Maximal Covering Problem Considering Queuing Parameters

Mehdi Seifbarghy; Razieh Forghani; Zarifeh Rathi

Volume 8, Issue 18 , September 2010, , Pages 1-13

  Maximal Covering Location Problem (MCLP) aims at maximizing a population of customers which are located within a specified range of time or distance from some new servers which should be located. A number of extensions have been proposed for this problem, one of which is considering queuing constraints ...  Read More