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supply chain management
Cold-water farmed fish chain supply chain network design considering uncertainty conditions: A case study of trout supply chain network in Mazandaran

Maedeh Fasihi; Seyed Esmaeil Najafi; Reza Tavakkoli-Moghaddam; Mostafa Hahiaghaei-Keshteli

Volume 19, Issue 63 , January 2022, Pages 1-50


  The supply chain management is an important factor in current competitive market. In recent years, the shortage of resources for answering an increasing food demand has increased researchers’ attention to the food supply chain. Given the importance of fish in the Household Food Basket, the development ...  Read More

supply chain management
The impact of government intervention on competition between green and non green supply chains for social welfare

mohammadreza monjazeb; Mohammadkazem Sayadi; Mohammadjavad Farsayad

Volume 19, Issue 63 , January 2022, Pages 51-83


  Nowadays with increasing environmental pollution government's attention to the concept of the green supply chain has increased. The green supply chain produces a green product that is highly environmentally friendly. The purpose is to examine the impact of government intervention on competition between ...  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

production and operations management
Devising a concise pattern of production flexibility in food industries

yousef shamsi; houshang ta; soleiman Iranzadeh

Volume 19, Issue 63 , January 2022, Pages 125-162


  The purpose of this article is to develop a model of manufacturing flexibility in the food industry. The present research is a mixed qualitative and quantitative research method. In qualitative research, the Grounded theory method is a tool for building a conceptual model of manufacturing flexibility. ...  Read More

production and operations management
A multi-product multi-objective optimization model for aggregate production planning considering production preferences: A case study

Majid Shakhsi-Niaei; Fateme Ghayoor

Volume 19, Issue 63 , January 2022, Pages 163-192


  Aggregate production planning is a multi-objective problem which is influenced by managerial preferences which is rarely considered with these preferences in many researches. In this paper, a multi-product multi-objective aggregate-production-planning model has been proposed and implemented in an industrial ...  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

production and operations management
Solving a Robust Balancing & Sequencing of Robotic U Shape Assembly Line Problem by Harmony Search Algorithm

Mahsa Sobhi shojaa; Parvaneh Samouei

Volume 19, Issue 63 , January 2022, Pages 231-262


  In the recent years, robots have been widely used in assembly systems as called robotic assembly lines where a set of tasks have to be assigned to stations and each station needs to select one of the different robots to process the assigned tasks. Our focus is on u-type layouts because they are widely ...  Read More