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Impacts de la collaboration entre client et fournisseur sur les coûts et les émissions de gaz
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Impacts de la collaboration entre client et fournisseur sur les coûts et les émissions de gaz

Coordination in supply chains has been studied widely from a cost optimization perspective but this practice is also proposed as a solution to reduce carbon emissions. This article compares the costs and carbon emissions resulting from a non-coordinated two-echelon serial economic order quantity model to that of the centralized solution. This model accounts for transportation and inventory related costs and emissions and we consider vehicle capacities. There is provided sufficient conditions ensuring that coordination enables reducing both costs and emissions and we show that these conditions are satisfied in many applications.

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