Developing a method for order allocation to suppliers in green supply chain

Currently, due to increased competition in the services and manufacturing, many companies are trying to lower price and good quality products offer to the market. In this paper, the multi-criteria decision-making techniques to evaluate and select the best supplier from among the existing suppliers....

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Main Authors: Mohammad Mahdi Paydar, Zahra Hassanzadeh, Ali Tajdin
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Language:English
Published: Iran University of Science & Technology 2016-09-01
Series:International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Production Research
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Online Access:http://ijiepr.iust.ac.ir/browse.php?a_code=A-10-908-1&slc_lang=en&sid=1
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spelling doaj-71856b84a4e44b54b4d1a4ab5d66dcf72020-11-24T22:20:06ZengIran University of Science & TechnologyInternational Journal of Industrial Engineering and Production Research2008-48892345-363X2016-09-01273219231Developing a method for order allocation to suppliers in green supply chainMohammad Mahdi Paydar0Zahra Hassanzadeh1Ali Tajdin2 Department of Industrial Engineering, Babol University of Technology, Babol, Iran Department of Industrial Engineering, Babol University of Technology, Babol, Iran Department of Industrial Engineering, Babol University of Technology, Babol, Iran Currently, due to increased competition in the services and manufacturing, many companies are trying to lower price and good quality products offer to the market. In this paper, the multi-criteria decision-making techniques to evaluate and select the best supplier from among the existing suppliers. The first, hierarchical structure for selecting suppliers of raw materials used and the analytic hierarchy process to obtain the relative importance of quantitative and qualitative criteria related to green supply chain is applied.  Then, a fuzzy TOPSIS technique any raw material suppliers is ranked according to the relevant criteria. Finally, with regard to the weight of suppliers and demand of raw material and resource constraints by a multi-objective mathematical model, optimum order is determined. The objectives are to minimize the total cost, maximize amount of purchases of desirable suppliers and minimize of raw materials required are not provide. The proposed method in a case study used Food Company and the relevant results are expressed.http://ijiepr.iust.ac.ir/browse.php?a_code=A-10-908-1&slc_lang=en&sid=1Supplier selection order allocation green supply chain MOLP
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Zahra Hassanzadeh
Ali Tajdin
Developing a method for order allocation to suppliers in green supply chain
International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Production Research
Supplier selection
order allocation
green supply chain
MOLP
author_facet Mohammad Mahdi Paydar
Zahra Hassanzadeh
Ali Tajdin
author_sort Mohammad Mahdi Paydar
title Developing a method for order allocation to suppliers in green supply chain
title_short Developing a method for order allocation to suppliers in green supply chain
title_full Developing a method for order allocation to suppliers in green supply chain
title_fullStr Developing a method for order allocation to suppliers in green supply chain
title_full_unstemmed Developing a method for order allocation to suppliers in green supply chain
title_sort developing a method for order allocation to suppliers in green supply chain
publisher Iran University of Science & Technology
series International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Production Research
issn 2008-4889
2345-363X
publishDate 2016-09-01
description Currently, due to increased competition in the services and manufacturing, many companies are trying to lower price and good quality products offer to the market. In this paper, the multi-criteria decision-making techniques to evaluate and select the best supplier from among the existing suppliers. The first, hierarchical structure for selecting suppliers of raw materials used and the analytic hierarchy process to obtain the relative importance of quantitative and qualitative criteria related to green supply chain is applied.  Then, a fuzzy TOPSIS technique any raw material suppliers is ranked according to the relevant criteria. Finally, with regard to the weight of suppliers and demand of raw material and resource constraints by a multi-objective mathematical model, optimum order is determined. The objectives are to minimize the total cost, maximize amount of purchases of desirable suppliers and minimize of raw materials required are not provide. The proposed method in a case study used Food Company and the relevant results are expressed.
topic Supplier selection
order allocation
green supply chain
MOLP
url http://ijiepr.iust.ac.ir/browse.php?a_code=A-10-908-1&slc_lang=en&sid=1
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