Product-driven supply chain selection using integrated multi-criteria decision-making methodology

@inproceedings{Wang2004ProductdrivenSC,
  title={Product-driven supply chain selection using integrated multi-criteria decision-making methodology},
  author={Ge Wang and Samuel H. Huang and John Pickett Dismukes},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract Effective supply chain design calls for robust analytical models and design tools. Previous works in this area are mostly Operation Research oriented without considering manufacturing aspects. Recently, researchers have begun to realize that the decision and integration effort in supply chain design should be driven by the manufactured product, specifically, product characteristics and product life cycle. In addition, decision-making processes should be guided by a comprehensive set of… CONTINUE READING
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