A set-covering formulation for a drayage problem with single and double container loads

@inproceedings{Ghezelsoflu2018ASF,
  title={A set-covering formulation for a drayage problem with single and double container loads},
  author={Ali Ghezelsoflu and Mario Di Francesco and Antonio Frangioni and Paola Zuddas},
  year={2018}
}
This paper addresses a drayage problem, which is motivated by the case study of a real carrier. Its trucks carry one or two containers from a port to importers and from exporters to the port. Since up to four customers can be served in each route, we propose a set-covering formulation for this problem where all possible routes are enumerated. This model can be efficiently solved to optimality by a commercial solver, significantly outperforming a previously proposed node-arc formulation… CONTINUE READING

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