Open tracing container repositioning simulation optimization: a case study of FMCG supply chain

Abstract : The industry and retail chain use a huge number of low cost assets such as pallets, crates, plastic boxes… Until now the lack of affordable technology, in comparison with the cost of a single asset, stopped efforts to manage them in open loop supply chain (where the assets is not coming back to sender after usage). As part of a project to implement an affordable and efficient com-munication technology to publish the information from the logistics assets used in FMCG supply chains, we demonstrate with a simulation optimization ap-proach the benefit of knowing the position of the assets. The published events from the logistics supports are used to optimize their repositioning. A specific simulation optimization model is presented and the results are commented.
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4th Service Orientation in Holonic and Multi-Agent Manufacturing Control (SOHOMA14), Nov 2014, Nancy, France. 2014
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Shenle Pan, Eric Ballot. Open tracing container repositioning simulation optimization: a case study of FMCG supply chain. 4th Service Orientation in Holonic and Multi-Agent Manufacturing Control (SOHOMA14), Nov 2014, Nancy, France. 2014. 〈hal-01113273〉

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