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Hybrid manufacturing/remanufacturing lot-sizing and supplier selection with returns, under carbon emission constraint

Abstract : This paper addresses a lot-sizing problem in manufacturing/remanufacturing systems. The studied system is a single manufacturing line where both regular manufacturing and returns remanufacturing processes are carried out, with different set-up costs for each process. We consider also a returns collection phase from customers/distributors with deterministic returns quantities at each period of the planning horizon. The environmental aspect is assumed in this study by considering a carbon emission constraint for the manufacturing, remanufacturing and transportation activities. A mixed integer programming model to minimise the management cost and meet the customer’s needs under different manufacturing constraints is proposed. Otherwise, An adaptation of the well-known Silver and Meal (SM) heuristic and two hybrid method approaches (HM1 and HM2) providing approximates solutions are developed. The mixed integer model was tested on Cplex (Software optimizer), and the obtained results were compared with the ones provided by the adapted heuristic SM and the hybrid methods. The numerical analyses show that hybrid methods provide good-quality solutions in a moderate computational time. The proposed model establishes a collegial and an integrated process that sets values, goals, decisions and priorities along the considered supply chain while taking into account the environmental aspect.
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Tarik Zouadi, Alice Yalaoui, Mohamed Reghioui. Hybrid manufacturing/remanufacturing lot-sizing and supplier selection with returns, under carbon emission constraint. International Journal of Production Research, Taylor & Francis, 2017, 56 (3), pp.1233-1248. ⟨10.1080/00207543.2017.1412524⟩. ⟨hal-02494108⟩

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