Managing supply disruption in a three-tier supply chain with multiple suppliers and retailers

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Conference Proceeding
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IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, 2014, 2015-January pp. 194 - 198
Issue Date:
2014-01-01
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© 2014 IEEE. In this paper, a supply disruption management model is introduced in a three-tier supply chain with multiple suppliers and retailers, where the system may face sudden disruption in its raw material supply. At first, we formulated a mathematical model for ideal conditions and then reformulated it to revise the supply, production and delivery plan after the occurrence of a disruption, for a future period, to recover from the disruption. Here, the objective is to minimize the total cost during the recovery time window while being subject to supply, capacity, demand, and delivery constraints. We have also proposed an efficient heuristic to solve the model and the results have been compared, with another established solution approach, for a good number of randomly generated test problems. The comparison showed the consistent performance of our developed heuristic. This paper also presents some numerical examples to explain the usefulness of the proposed approach.
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