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Designing After-Sale Service Model in World Class with Soft System Methodology approach (The Case: LPG Industry)

Amir Mehdiabadi; Adel Azar; AbuTurab Alirezaee; Ghanbar Abbaspour Esfeden

Volume 19, Issue 60 , April 2021, Pages 1-49


  The Soft System Methodology (SSM), one of the OR techniques, is used tosolve complex real-world problems. Since to design of the after-sales servicemodels for the liquefied gas industry, various groups, such as refineries,mopeds, silencers, taps, standardized organizations, and the consumer rightsprotection ...  Read More

modeling and simulation
Hybrid of System Dynamics- Agent Based Analysis of Mobile Operators Revenue The Case: Digital Service Entry of MCCI Company

Navid Nadimi; Abbas Toloei Eshlaghy; Mohammad Ali Afshar kazemi

Volume 19, Issue 60 , April 2021, Pages 51-84


  With the tremendous progress in communications in the world, the transformation andbehavior of mobile operators and their digitalization, which in the past were onlyservice providers, as well as the creation of different experiences for customers, isinevitable.The purpose of this study is to create a ...  Read More

A Supply Chain Network Design for Managing Hospital Solid Waste

Mohammad Nikzamir; vahid baradaran; Yunes Panahi

Volume 19, Issue 60 , April 2021, Pages 85-120


  Health care solid wastes include all types of waste that are produced as a result ofmedical and therapeutic activities in hospitals and health centers. About 15% to20% of these waste materials are infectious waste, which falls within the categoryof hazardous materials. Infectious waste is the one that ...  Read More

Mapping Factors Affecting IoT Deployment in Storage Sector of Wheat Supply Chain

Mohsen Rajabzadeh; Shaban Elahi; Alireza Hasanzadeh; Mohammad mehrain

Volume 19, Issue 60 , April 2021, Pages 121-143


  Studies show that there are shortcomings in the deployment of the Internet ofThings (IoT) in the supply chain of agricultural products, especially in thefield of quality control in the logistics sector, and researchers can model theexisting theoretical gaps through modeling and optimization. Therefore, ...  Read More

A Bi-Objective Robust Model for Location-Routing and Capacity Sharing in Districting Regions under Uncertainty

Ramin Saedinia; Behnam Vahdani; Farhad Etebari; Behroz Afshar Nadjafi

Volume 19, Issue 60 , April 2021, Pages 145-192


  One of the most important approaches that can lead to the creation of various advantagesfor enterprises is the districting regions into the service offering locations and the demandunits, which causes the increase in level of customers’ access to get the service. On theother hand, if vehicle routing ...  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

Mathematical Model and Meta-Heuristic Algorithm for Dual Resource Constrained Hybrid Flow-Shop Scheduling Problem with Job Rejection

Mohammadreza Dabiri; Mehdi Yazdani; bahman naderi; Hasan Haleh

Volume 19, Issue 60 , April 2021, Pages 237-284


  In the real world, firms with hybrid flow-shop manufacturing environment generally facethe human resource constraint, salary cost increasment and efforts to make better use oflabor, in addition to machine constraint. Given the limitations of these resources, productdelivery requierements to customers ...  Read More