Research article of American Journal of Educational Research and Reviews
Design of reverse logistics network for the end-of-life automobiles based on sustainable development
LIU Kun, ZHANG Rong
Institute of Logistics Science and Engineering, Shanghai Maritime University, Shanghai, 201306, China
From the point of view of sustainable development, a multi-objective mixed integer model to solve the problem of location and flow distribution of reverse logistics network of end-of-life automobiles. To reflect the various aspects of sustainable development, not only to minimize the objectives of economic cost and environmental cost, at the same time with the maximization of social benefits as the goal. Combined with the case, using the ideal point method by using lingo, it is concluded that the sustainable of scrapped automobile reverse logistics network optimization scheme. In addition, the impact of government subsidy on the sustainability of reverse logistics network is analyzed. In addition, the uncertainty of product recovery and the influence of government subsidy on the sustainable development of reverse logistics network are analyzed. The results show that end-of-life automobiles with more dismantled products have a greater impact on the sustainability of reverse logistics network, and government subsidies have an ideal interval to make the sustainability of reverse logistics network reach the best state.
Keywords: Sustainable development; end-of-life automobiles; Reverse logistics; Site selection model; Social benefits; Multi-objective optimization
Foundation projects: National Natural Science Foundation of China (71571117); Humanities and So-cial Sciences Planning Project of Ministry of Education (18YJA630143)
How to cite this article:
LIU Kun, ZHANG Rong.Design of reverse logistics network for the end-of-life automobiles based on sustainable development. American Journal of Educational Research and Reviews, 2019, 4: 58. DOI: 10.28933/ajerr-2019-07-2306
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