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標題: 分析經濟與環境對全球供應鏈網路之影響
Formulation of Models for Analyzing Eco-environmental Impact on Global Supply Chain Network
作者: 黎氏芳雅
Thi, Phuong-Nha Le
關鍵字: Global supply chain;全球供應鏈;Supply chain management;Environmental management;CO2 emission;Supply chain configuration;Multi-criteria optimization model;供應鏈管理;環境管理;二氧化碳排放量;供應鏈模型;多準則最佳化模型
出版社: 電子商務研究所
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This study formulates a model for analyzing eco-environmental impact on global supply chain network. The multi-criteria optimization model is applied to seek optimal solutions that can not only achieve predetermined objectives but also satisfy constraints for both single and multi-product problems. The overall optimization is achieved using mathematical programming for modeling the supply chain functions such as location, inventory, production, distribution functions and transportation mode selections. Then, the supply chain model is formulated as a cost and environmental impact minimization problem. Herein, the solution is the flow of goods in global supply chain environment in different periods over one year. Furthermore, the numerical values obtained from a real company are applied to these mathematical formulations to test its usability. The testing is conducted in eight different cases that include three combination, e.g. single product and multi-product model, no constraint on time and constraint on time, without connection of distributor and linked distributors. The results from these experiments can help in determining the best transportation routes, inventory levels, shipment quantity, and transportation modes. Specifically, the result proposes a new configuration for designing global supply chain of the case company that could minimize economical and environmental impacts problems simultaneously.
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