This paper focuses an supply chain optimization system for reverse logistics. The solution approach employs an adaptation of the Materials Requirements Planning (MRP) technique, termed as components requirements planning, to determine the number of components needed to remanufacture products in each time period throughout the planning horizon.
Materials Requirements Planning, Supply Chain Optimization
Industrial Engineering | Mechanical Engineering
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Gupta, Surendra M. and Veerakamolmal, Pitipong, "A bi-directional supply chain optimization model for reverse logistics" (2000). Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Faculty Publications. Paper 18. http://hdl.handle.net/2047/d20000300
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