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supply chain management
Designing a closed-loop supply chain multi-objective optimization model with the aim of supplier selection and order allocation (case study: Iran's retail stores for protein products)

Mina Kazemi Miyangaskari; Mohammad Reza Mehrregan; Hossein Safari; samira keivanpour; Mahmoud Dehghan Nayer

Volume 21, Issue 69 , September 2023


  Nowadays, the supply chain plays an institutional role in the competition between companies, and the proper management of the supply chain is one of the main concerns of economic enterprises. In the meantime, selecting the supplier as the starter of the supply chain is of great importance because it ...  Read More

supply chain management
Integrated production and distribution scheduling in a dental prosthetics supply chain under additive manufacturing environment

S.Ali Torabi; Yasin Heidari

Volume 21, Issue 69 , September 2023


  In a competitive world, one of the most important ways to improve the supply chain performance of manufacturing companies is the integrated scheduling of production and distribution activities. Two concerns for dentists and patients are the lack of timely delivery of dentures and multiple production ...  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


  Applying supply chain management in the construction industry faces serious difficulties such as transient nature of construction projects, high customization, low repeatability of activities, lack of production line and reciprocal dependence between activities. Construction supply chains are very complex ...  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


  The purpose of this research is to identify the driving components and indicators in the management of the green supply chain based on the Internet of Things. In terms of methodology, this research is a mixed research that was conducted in two stages. First, by reviewing the theoretical foundations and ...  Read More

supply chain management
Assessment of Supply Chain Risks on New Product Development Performance Using Bayesian Network (Case Study: HappyLand Garment Manufacturing Factory)

mona mousavie; Mahmoud Moradi; Mostafa Ebrahimpour Azbari

Volume 21, Issue 69 , September 2023


  Increasing costs and complexity on one hand, and increasing risks on the other hand, has led to the fact that risk management is a priority for managers in order to reduce risks and prevent deviation from their goals. Consequently risk is one of the most important supply chain challenges that can affect ...  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


  Cement factories are scattered around Iran and thus, cement is produced in different weather conditions. Cement production technologies according to access to the type of materials, fuel and including an important source like water different. Accordingly, different input and outputs are significant in ...  Read More

modeling and simulation
Centralized DEA approach to assess efficiency scores of bank branches with foreign exchange transactions

Fereshteh Koushki

Volume 21, Issue 69 , September 2023


  It is inevitable for manager to consider the performance effect of each component of a multi-stage system on overall efficiency. Bank branches have two-stage structure where labor, physical capital and financial equity capital are inputs of first stage to raise investments. Investment as output of first ...  Read More