Designing a Green Routing Mathematical Model in Multi Cross Docking Systems with a Carbon Dioxide Reduction Approach

Reducing fuel consumption leads to reduced greenhouse gas emissions and customer service costs, resulting in customer satisfaction and reduced environmental degradation.. For this purpose, this paper focuses on the optimization and planning of the movement of inbound and outbound trucks and the green supply chain, with multi cross-docking and two different types of objective functions of minimizing the sequence of truck transportation and carbon dioxide emissions into the supply chain. Since the paper model is a linear programming integer of zero and since these models belong to the NP-hard class, their solving time severely increases with increasing the problem dimensions. In this paper, to solve the model meta-heuristic algorithms have been used. The algorithms used in solving thae model areNon-dominated Sorting Genetic Algorithm-II (NSGA-II) and Multiple Objective Ant Colony (MOACO) Algorithm. Finally, the model has been solved using two algorithms and computational experiments reported carefully to illustrate and compare designing and computational.

Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Journal of Industrial Engineering Research in Production Systems, Volume:7 Issue:14, 2019
59 - 77  
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