With increasing competition in the business world and the emergence and development of new technologies, many companies have turned to integrated production and distribution for timely production and delivery at the lowest cost of production and distribution and with the least delay in delivery. By increasing human population and the increase in greenhouse gas emissions and industrial waste, in recent years the pressures of global environmental organizations have prompted private and public organizations to take action to reduce environmental pollutants. This paper presents a nonlinear mixed integer model for the production and distribution of goods with specified shipping capacity and specific delivery time for customers. The proposed model is applicable to flexible production systems; it also provides routing for the means of transportation of products, as well as the reduction of emissions from production and distribution. The model is presented, and then by mathematical linearization is transformed into a mixed integer linear model. The data of a furniture company is used to solve the linear model, and then the linear model with the company data is solved by CPLEX software. The numerical results show that as costs increase, delays are reduced and consequently, customer satisfaction increases, and as costs increase the air pollution decreases.
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