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Location of logistics hubs at national and subnational level with consideration of the structure of the location choice

Abstract : The location of logistic hubs is a strategic decision made after multicriteria analysis. This requires first the definition of quantitative or qualitative criteria that can be independent or partially conflicting. The decision of location can be made at different geographical levels (countries or regions). In this paper, we suggest a generic structuration of criteria by geographical level and by family for choosing hubs location, taking into account the involved structure of location choice, which is rarely done in the literature: sequential assessment (choice of a country, then of a region of this country) or simultaneous assessment (direct choice of a location among several regions belonging to different countries).
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Imane Essaadi, Bernard Grabot, Pierre Fénies. Location of logistics hubs at national and subnational level with consideration of the structure of the location choice. IMS 2016, Dec 2016, Austin, United States. pp.155-160, ⟨10.1016/j.ifacol.2016.12.178⟩. ⟨hal-02359910⟩

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