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supply chain management
A Model for Inventory Control in Closed-Loop Supply Chain Management considering Multiple Objective Planning Case: Iran Khodro Cut and Press Shop Company

Abolfazl Sadeghian; Seyed Mohammad Ali Khatami Firouzabadi; Laya Olfat; maghsoud Amiri

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 28 November 2022


  Nowadays attending to closed-loop supply chain matter for survival in competitive circumstances not only has been become a controversial topic but also has been considered as a critical topic too. Close loop supply chain has combined to direct and reverse flow (method/ manner). This paper’s goal ...  Read More

project management
Design of a supply chain management model for construction project based on viable system model( case study: petrochemical construction project)

ali mohaghar; Fatemeh Saghafi; Ebrahim Teimoury; Jalil Heidary Dahooie; Abdolkarim sabaee

Volume 21, Issue 69 , September 2023, , Pages 77-127


  The application of supply chain management within the construction industry presents significant challenges due to the transient nature of construction projects, high levels of customization, low repeatability of activities, absence of a production line, and interdependent relationships among activities. ...  Read More

supply chain management
Identifying components and driving indicators in green supply chain management based on Internet of Things

hossein karimi; MohhamadJavad Jamshidi; Milad Bakhsham

Volume 21, Issue 69 , September 2023, , Pages 129-160


  This research aims to identify key components and indicators for managing green supply chains utilizing the Internet of Things (IoT). The methodology employed is a mixed approach consisting of two stages. First, through qualitative content analysis, this study reviews theoretical foundations and previous ...  Read More

supply chain management
Efficiency evaluation of cement production companies using nonhomogeneous network DEA

Homa Abedi Dehkordi; Ghasem Tohidi; Shabnam Razavyan; Mohammad Ali Keramati

Volume 21, Issue 69 , September 2023, , Pages 199-233


  Cement production in Iran takes place across various geographical locations, each characterized by distinct weather conditions. The technology employed in cement production varies depending on the availability of raw materials, fuel sources, and essential resources like water. Consequently, diverse inputs ...  Read More

Development of Multi-Objective Supply Chain Model with Stochastic Demand: An Optimization Approach Based on Simulation and Scenario Development

Shima Salehi; Mohammad Taghi Taghavifard; Ghanbar Abbaspour esfeden; a alirezaee

Volume 20, Issue 66 , September 2022, , Pages 197-249


  The integration of supply chain decisions aims to reduce costs and delivery time for customers. However, uncertainty in supply chain parameters, particularly demand, can disrupt this integration. The increased interest in probabilistic planning and simulation models in supply chain modeling is a response ...  Read More

supply chain management
Providing a supply chain resilience model in Panha Company

Akbar Rahimi; Alireza Boshehri; Arash Jafarian

Volume 19, Issue 63 , January 2022, , Pages 85-124


  The oppressive sanctions of the superpowers in the supply of our country's military equipment, as well as the use of a significant number of helicopters with military and civilian applications (including transportation, rescue, agriculture, fire, crisis management, etc.), in the country, The importance ...  Read More

Design and optimization of healthcare location-inventory problem in the relief supply chains

Vahid Hajipour; Sina Salimian

Volume 19, Issue 63 , January 2022, , Pages 193-229


  Given the increase of natural disasters, the community's need for health services has increased dramatically. Firstly, the condition of the injured people should be determined and then the treatment should be start, and in the event of increasing in the severity of the injured, these people should be ...  Read More

Provide a Mathematical Model for Financing Small and Medium-Sized Manufacturing Enterprises (SMEs) in the Supply Chain

Seyed Mohammad Ali Khatami Firouzabadi; Hamid Moradi; Kamran Feizi

Volume 19, Issue 61 , August 2021, , Pages 33-64


  Given the importance of financing small and medium-sized manufacturing companies in order to provide working capital and their profitability, this study has presented a mathematical model for financing these companies by factoring in the supply chain. Factoring is one of the most important ways to finance ...  Read More

A The Evaluation of Knowledge Management in Supply Chain Using EFQM Framework, Fuzzy Multi-Attribute Decision Making and Multi-Objective Programming

S.jamal’aldin Hosseini; Jalal Rezaeenour; mohammad masoumi; Amir Hosein Akbari

Volume 19, Issue 60 , April 2021, , Pages 193-235


  One Knowledge Management (KM) as one of the Supply Chain performanceimprovement factors can be strengthened through frameworks like EFQM ExcellenceModel in order to achieve competitive advantage. First, the KM enablers in SC areclassified based on EFQM enabler criteria. Then, the importance of each KM ...  Read More

Evaluation and Importance-Performance Analysis of LARG Supply Chain Practices in Dairy Industries (The Case: Kalleh Dairy Company)

Zeinolabedin Akbarzadeh; Abdolhamid Safaei Ghadikolaei

Volume 18, Issue 57 , July 2020, , Pages 145-174


  Today, one of the main concerns of managers interested in supply chain novel paradigms (SC) is identification of improvement priorities and determination of the focal points to promote the performance of SC. With studying effective practices performance in three echelons of Kalleh SC (first tier supplier, ...  Read More

Providing a Lean Supply Chain Model for Iran's Defense Industries Using Interpretative Structural Modeling Approach

Akbar Rahimi; Abbas Raad; Akbar Alem Tabriz; Alireza Motameni

Volume 18, Issue 56 , April 2020, , Pages 1-49


  The production of defense products is indispensable because of the role it plays in deterring and promoting the national security of the country, and, on the other hand, the economic conditions prevailing in the country have made production of defense products at the lowest cost an obligatory requirement. ...  Read More

Designing a Cooperative Multi-Echelon Fuzzy Supply Chain Considering Discount and Marketing Costs: a Game Theory Approach

Javad Behnamian; Mohammad Mehdi Bashar

Volume 18, Issue 56 , April 2020, , Pages 51-86


  Cooperation in supply chain, due to conflicts in goals, is one the most important topics in SCM. With cooperation, players in supply chain echelons have agree with each other to play in supply chain game as a whole. To reach highest profit in the whole supply chain in cooperation condition, using game ...  Read More

Using Game Theory in Analyzing The Supply Chain With The Customer Market Approach. (Case Study: Fars Cement).

Morteza Shafiee

Volume 17, Issue 53 , July 2019, , Pages 185-217


  One of the challenges facing the cement industry today, managing the supply chain. Lack of supply chain management, the cement industry has serious problems volatility and the price difference by the manufacturer and the retailer has faced. Usually when a lack of resources and goods in a retail occurs, ...  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

Real-Time Multiple Disruptions Management In a Multi-Level Supply Chain: A Recovery Planning Approach

Laya Olfat; Maghsoud Amiri; Ebrahim Teimoury; Fatemeh Ghasemzadeh Gevari

Volume 16, Issue 50 , October 2018, , Pages 79-104


  In today’s competitive world, supply chain management gains more attention every day. One of the most challenging topics in this field for managers and researchers is supply chain disruption management. When a disruption occurs in an echelon of a multi level supply chain, it may affect other echelon’s ...  Read More

A Multi Objective Model for Reverse Logistic Considering Discount

Maryam Azizi; Abolfazl Kazemi; Alireza Alinezhad

Volume 15, Issue 46 , October 2017, , Pages 157-181


  Reverse logistics as a new approach and attitude in the area of logistics is one of the new trends in logistics management, recycling, and or reuse of products. Logistics network design in the forward and reverse mode is one of the most important issues that forms the strategic dimension of supply chain ...  Read More

Product pricing in two-echelon supply chain using game theory in intuitionistic fuzzy environment

Ameneh Khadivar; Adel Azar; Fatemeh Mojibian

Volume 14, Issue 43 , January 2017, , Pages 1-25


  By applying fuzzy set theory in game theory, player’s strategies are determined by fuzzy variable with a definite membership function, where the degree of non-membership is stated by supplement of degree of membership, while determining the value of uncertain parameters of decisions may be associated ...  Read More

Designing a hybrid sourcing model in the supply chain by using ANP, VIKOR and multi-objective model in fuzzy environment of The Case: Alborz Cable Company

Adel Azar; Mahdi Abedini Naeini; Amir Afsar; Mohammad Sabet Motlagh

Volume 14, Issue 42 , October 2016, , Pages 1-30

  Supplier selection and quota allocation is an important decision in supplychains. This decision can be considered as a complex multi-criteria groupdecision making problem. This decision in many practical situations is verydifficult for vague and uncertain environment. This vagueness and uncertaintycan ...  Read More

A hybrid approach based on Gap Analysis-FQFD to achieve agility

Mohammad Hoseyn Karimi; Nima Esfandiari; Mahmoud Moradi

Volume 13, Issue 39 , January 2016, , Pages 145-170

  Many companies are pursuing agile manufacturing in order to reduce costs, improve customer service and attaining competitive advantage. After reviewing theoretical background and literature on agility, this paper presents agility attributes, criteria and enablers. Then a framework developed in order ...  Read More

A new robust model for inventory- locating of single-Periodical supply chain with three-echelon for small and medium business enterprises with uncertain demand

Nafiseh Aghabozorgi; Seyed Mojtaba Sajadi; Mahdi Alinaghian

Volume 13, Issue 38 , October 2015, , Pages 99-132

  Today, field of production and service is faced with competition among the supply chains by changing the competition pattern of the independent companies. Most of the small and medium businesses (SMEs) still use traditional viewpoint for supply, production and distribution planning. It means, each of ...  Read More

A goal programming approach in order to minimize logistic costs and maximize service level in supply chain

Kaveh Khalili,; Maryam Tajik Khavh

Volume 13, Issue 37 , July 2015, , Pages 91-121

  Performance of supply chain usually is measured through multiple-criteria. In this paper, an integrated model is proposed to plan a supply chain with three-echelons of supply, production, and distribution considering both logistic costs and service level, concurrently. A mixed-integer linear mathematical ...  Read More

Using Nonlinear programming for Determining the Safety Stock Level in a Supply Chain with Various Channels and Levels

Laya Olfat; Mohammad Reza Sadeghi

Volume 8, Issue 21 , June 2011, , Pages 63-83

  Nowadays, inventory management has a significant importance in supply chain. In supply chain management literature, inventory control and minimizing inventory-related cost are a main challenges confronting the managers. One of the issues attracting the attention of most researchers is determining the ...  Read More