Conference Agenda

Session
Smart Methods and Techniques for Sustainable Supply Chain Management
Time:
Wednesday, 08/Sept/2021:
6:15pm - 8:15pm

Session Chair: Bruno Vallespir
Session Chair: Belgacem Bettayeb
Virtual location: Wednesday Room 7

Presentations
ID: 464 / SMT: 1
Special session: Smart Methods and Techniques for Sustainable Supply Chain Management
Keywords: meta-analysis, systematic literature review, green supply chain

Green supply chain management: a meta-analysis of recent reviews

Eleonora Bottani1, Teresa Murino2

1Department of Engineering and Architecture, University of Parma – Parco Area delle Scienze 181/A, 43124, Parma (Italy); 2Department of Chemical, Materials and Production Engineering, University of Naples “Federi-co II” – Piazzale V. Tecchio 80, 80125 Naples (Italy)



ID: 322 / SMT: 2
Special session: Smart Methods and Techniques for Sustainable Supply Chain Management
Keywords: Suppliers Selection, Viable Digital Supply Chain, Resilience, Sustainability, Ontology, Knowledge Management.

Suppliers selection ontology for viable digital supply chain performance

Kamar ZEKHNINI1, Anass CHERRAFI2, Imane BOUHADDOU3, Abla Chaouni Benabdellah4

1ENSAM Meknes, Morocco; 2ENSAM Meknes, Morocco; 3ENSAM Meknes, Morocco; 4ENSAM Meknes, Morocco



ID: 485 / SMT: 3
Special session: Smart Methods and Techniques for Sustainable Supply Chain Management
Keywords: Eco-efficiency distribution model, Sustainable distribution.

Development of an Eco-efficiency distribution Model: A Case Study of a Danish Wholesaler

Kenn Steger-Jensen1,2, Hans-Henrik Hvolby1, Malte Herold Jeberg1, Simon Hummelshøj Sloth1, Janus Haslund Løgtved1

1Aalborg University, Denmark; 2University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway



ID: 184 / SMT: 4
Special session: Smart Methods and Techniques for Sustainable Supply Chain Management
Keywords: Collaborative logistics, Pickup and Delivery, Optimization

Evaluating the deployment of collaborative logistics models for local delivery services

Andrea Bari1, Fabio Salassa1, Maurizio Arnone2, Tiziana Delmastro2

1Politecnico di Torino, DIGEP, Corso Duca degli Abruzzi 24, 10129 Torino, Italy; 2LINKS FOUNDATION - Leading Innovation & Knowledge for Society, via Pier Carlo Boggio 61, 10138 Torino, Italy



ID: 143 / SMT: 5
Special session: Smart Methods and Techniques for Sustainable Supply Chain Management
Keywords: Vehicle Routing Problem, Genetic Algorithm, Urban logistics, Last mile parcel delivery, City canal network, Cargo bikes

Minimising total costs of a Two-Echelon Multi-Depot Capacitated Vehicle Routing Problem (2E-MD-CVRP) that describes the utilisation of the Amsterdam city canal network for last mile parcel delivery

Bartje M. Alewijnse, Alexander Hübl

University of Groningen, Netherlands