A Column Generation Model for Truck Routing in the Chilean Forest Industry

  title={A Column Generation Model for Truck Routing in the Chilean Forest Industry},
  author={Pablo A. Rey and Juan Andr{\'e}s Mu{\~n}oz and Andres Weintraub},
This study addresses the problem of scheduling the daily assignment of available trucks for delivery of forest products required at different destinations. The products are logs of various types depending on their point of origin, and are defined in terms of length and diameter. Their destinations include sawmills, pulp mills, and other plants, and ports for export abroad. They are available for pickup and delivery by trucks within a previously defined road network during a working day. The… CONTINUE READING


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