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A monolithic approach to vehicle routing and operations scheduling of a cross-dock system with multiple dock doors
Cross-docking is a logistic strategy for moving goods from suppliers to customers via a cross-dock terminal with no permanent storage. The operational planning of a cross-dock facility involves different issues such as ...
MULTIPLE ANT COLONY SYSTEM FOR A VRP WITH TIME WINDOWS AND SCHEDULED LOADING
(Universidad de Tarapacá., 2009)
Construction of an Optimal Solution for a Real-World Routing-Scheduling-Loading Problem
(Revista Computación y Sistemas; Vol. 13 No.4, 2010-04-14)
Abstract. This work presents an exact method for the Routing-Loading-Scheduling Problem (RoSLoP). The objective of RoSLoP consists of optimizing the delivery process of bottled products in a company study case. RoSLoP, ...
The Heterogeneous Vehicle Routing And Truck Scheduling Problem In A Multi-Door Cross-Dock System
Cross-docking is a logistics technique applied by many industrial firms to get substantial savings in two warehousing costly functions like storage and order picking. Incoming shipments are unloaded from inbound trucks on ...
A Sweep-Heuristic Based Formulation for the Vehicle Routing Problem with Cross Docking
Cross-docking is a warehousing strategy in logistics used by process industries manufacturing products with high proportions of distribution costs. It is described as the process of moving goods from suppliers to customers ...
Grid job scheduling using Route with Genetic Algorithm support
In 2006 the Route load balancing algorithm was proposed and compared to other techniques aiming at optimizing the process allocation in grid environments. This algorithm schedules tasks of parallel applications considering ...
The Multi-Echelon Vehicle Routing Problem with Cross-Docking in Supply Chain Management
Multi-echelon distribution networks are quite common in supply chain and logistics. Deliveries of multiple items from factories to customers are managed by routing and consolidating shipments in warehouses carrying on ...