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WEDSNESDAY JUNE 1

Session WD 16:00-18:30 

WD01 WD02 WD03 WD04 WD05
Healthcare and Humanitarian Supply Chains

Nico Vandaele

1. Improving Sustainability in a Two-level Pharmaceutical Supply Chain through Vendor-Managed Inventory System

Dua Weraikat, Masoumeh Kazemi Zanjani and Nadia Lehoux

2. An implementation of a decision model: A national and international relief operation comparison

Krittiya Saksrisathaporn and Napaporn Reeveerakul

3. A prospective study on the analysis of risks associated with medicines supply chain in Morocco

Touria Benazzouz, Abdelwahed Echchatbi and Abdelkabir Charkaoui

4. Performance evaluation of a supply chain design by the integration of production capacity into the guaranteed service approach

Stef Lemmens, Catherine Decouttere, Nico Vandaele and Mauro Bernuzzi

Supply Chain Quality Management I

Jose Benedito Sacomano

1. Selecting Transport Routes of Grains in Brazil using Fuzzy Logic

Emerson Rodolfo Abraham, Rodrigo Carlo Toloi, João Gilberto Mendes Dos Reis and Adriane Paulieli Colossetti

2. How to improve the logistics issues during crop soybean in Mato Grosso state Brazil?

Rodrigo Toloi, João Gilberto Mendes Dos Reis, Oduvaldo Vendrametto, Sivanilza Teixeira Machado and Enio Fernandes Rodrigues

3. Information Systems in the Soybean Brazilian Supply Chain: an Analysis from the Trading Companies Perspective

Valdir Morales, Oduvaldo Vendrametto, João Gilberto Mendes Dos Reis, Rodrigo Carlo Toloi and Simone Aparecida Canuto

4. Quality Economic Losses in Brazil’s Pork Industry

Sivanilza Teixeira Machado, Irenilza de Alencar Naas, João Gilberto Mendes Dos Reis and Pedro Luiz de Oliveira Costa Neto

5. Measuring Passenger Transport Quality by Disutilities

Helcio Raymundo and João Gilberto Mendes Dos Reis

Operations Management

Pierre Baptiste

1. Assessment of re-planning solutions: distance measurement between schedules

Alain Ferrarini, Aline Cauvin and Sebastien Fournier

2. Optimization of order batching in a picking system with a Vertical Lift Module

Nicolas Lenoble, Yannick Frein and Ramzi Hammami

3. A New Model for Supply Chain Quality Management of Hospital Medical Equipment through Game Theory

Behnam Malmir, Safoora Dehghani, Farzad Firouzi Jahantigh and Mohammad Najjartabar

4. The ConWip Production Control System: a Literature Review

Yann Jaegler, Patrick Burlat and Samir Lamouri

5. Quality Loss Assessment and An Optimization Approach for Scheduling Fresh Fruit Exporting Operations

Damrongpol Kamhangwong, Gilles Neubert and Pradorn Sureephong and Aicha Sekhari

Design of sustainable supply chains–Metrics and Integration

Valerie Botta-Genoulaz

1. Classification of Economic, Environmental and Social Factors in Vehicle Loading and Routing Operations

Cariro R. Montoya-Torres and Sardar M.N. Islamlos A. Vega-Mejía, Ja

2. A Net-Zero Carbon Supply Chain Model: Minimizing Cost of Onsite Renewable Energy

Tongdan Jin, An Pham, Clara Novoa and Cecilia Temponi

3. A Method for Work Teams Setup and Logistics

Caio Siquitelli, Bruna Romeiro and José Ribeiro

4. Building an operational controlling system for continuous or hybrid supply chains

Fenies Pierre, Vincent Giard, Kawtar Retmi and Janah Saadi

5. Normalization in product Life Cycle Assessment: use of the new ILCD normalization and consequences on decisions making for the industries

Virgile Aymard and  Valérie Botta-Genoulaz

Enabling supply chain integration through effective management of shared resources

Fouad Riane

1. The challenges to develop the Brazilian automotive supply chain

Nivaldo Palmeri, Oduvaldo Vendrametto and João Gilberto Mendes Dos Reis

2. Waterways Cargo Transportation: A Comparison between Brazil and the United States

Moacir Freitas Junior, Rodrigo Toloi,   João Gilberto Mendes Dos Reis and Oduvaldo Vendrametto

3. Modularization – Fact-Based Design to Increase « the Room to Maneuver”

Bjørnar Henriksen, Camilla Naume and Carl Christian Røstad

4. On Analysis of Trust Dynamics in Supply Chain Collaboration

Morice Daudi, Jannicke Baalsrud Hauge and Klaus-Dieter Thoben

5. Scheduling payments optimization to drive working capital performance within a supply chain

Fadela Elmiloudi, Fouad Riane and Nikolay Tchernev

THURSDAY JUNE 2

 Session TB 10:30-12:30 

TB01 TB02 TB03 TB04 TB05
Facility Location I

Mozart Menezes

1. Strategic Idling And Dynamic Scheduling In Open-Shop Service Network: Case Study And Analysis

Oded Berman, Opher Baron, Dmitry Krass and Jinfu Wang

2. Optimal Transmission Network Topology for Resilient Power Supply

Yuriy Zinchenko, Haotian Song and William Rosehart

3. The Risk-Aware Multi-Period Capacitated Plant Location Problem (CPLP-Risk)

Iris Heckmann, Stefan Nickel and Francisco Saldanha Da Gama

4. A bilevel non-capacitated location/pricing problem with Hotelling access costs in one-dimensional space

Claudio Arbib, Matteo Tonelli and Mustafa C. Pinar

Forestry and wood transformation Logistics I

Jean-Paul Bourrières

1. Procurement Planning of Forestry Industry Supply Chain – A Canadian Application

Tamires de Almeida Sfeir, José Eduardo Pécora Junior, Angel Ruiz and Luc Lebel

2. K-means Clustering Based Method for Production Flow Management Facing Rework Disturbances

Emmanuel Zimmermann,  Mélanie Noyel, Philippe Thomas, Hind Bril El Haouzi and  André Thomas

3. A Log-Truck Scheduling Model Applied to a Belgian Forest Company

Jean-Sébastien Tancrez

4. Kiln Drying Operation Scheduling with Dynamic Composition of Loading Patterns

Philippe Marier,  Jonathan Gaudreault and  Thomas Noguer

Sustainability and Waste Management

El-Houssaine Aghezzaf

1. A Framework of Strategy Formulation to Improve Competitive Advantage in Sustainable Manufacturers and their Supply Chain

Walter Satyro, Jose Benedito Sacomano, Jose Celso Contador and Raymundo Helcio

2. Financial Aspects of Pig Production in Brazil: Case Study in a Farm using Sustainable Management

Marcelo Araújo, Sivanilza Machado, Irenilza Näas, Rodrigo Gonçalves and João Gilberto Reis

3. A Green Ocean Carrier Network Design Problem: Empirical Study on Egyptian Port of Alexandria

Lucie Sislian and Anicia Jaegler

4. Designing a Sustainable Waste Management System: The Strategic Planning Model and Related Sustainability Issues

Sarah Elsaid and El-Houssaine Aghezzaf

Decision support for collaborative urban logistics planning and management

Jesus Muñuzuri

1. Risk-aware roadmapping for city logistics in 2025

Jasper Bauwens, Ron van Duin, Bert Enserink, Lori Tavasszy and Kam Jzi Wong

2. Viability and potential demand capitation of urban freight tramway systemss via demand-supply modelling and cost benefit analysis

Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu

3. The perspective of implementing a program of urban mobility in a municipality of São Paulo structured in modern business management techniques

Francisco José Santos Milreu, Pedro Luiz De Oliveira Costa Neto, Sergio Luiz Kyrillos, José Benedito Sacomano and André Duarte Stábile

4. Using Delivery Route Characteristics to Estimate Urban Freight Emissions

Jesús Muñuzuri, Pablo Cortés, Luis Onieva and José Guadix

Production and Operations

Vincent Giard

1. A DSS approach for heterogeneous parallel machines scheduling with due windows, processor-&-sequence-dependent setup and availability constraints

Vincent Giard, Ahlam Azzamouri and Imane Essaadi

2. Assigning operators in a flow shop environment

Imène Benkalai, Djamal Rebaine and Pierre Baptiste

3. Meat Supply Chains: How the retailers analyze the influence of consumer behavior in the meat sales?

Sivanilza Teixeira Machado, Irenilza de Alencar Nääs, João Gilberto Mendes Dos Reis and Oduvaldo Vendrametto

4. Production capacity commitment approach for surface finishing manufacturers

Daniel Kossar, Robert Pellerin and Jean-Marc Frayret

 Session TD 14:30-16:00 

TD01 TD02 TD03 TD04 TD05
Integrated Supply Chain Network Design with Uncertainty

Mehdi Amiri-Aref

1. Location-Inventory Problem with stochastic demand and lead time

Mehdi Amiri-Aref, Walid Klibi and Mohamed Zied Babai

2. Production planning optimization in the wood remanufacturing mills using multi-stage stochastic programming

Rezvan Rafiei, Luis Antonio De Santa-Eulalia and Mustapha Nourelfath

3. An Integrated Location-Inventory Model for Supply Chain Network with Correlated Demand

Mohammad Najjartabar, Samar Shetaban and Behnam Malmir

Forestry and wood transformation Logistics II

Jean-Paul Bourrières

1. ATP vs CTP policies in co-production context: the winner is not always the expected one

Ludwig Dumetz,  Jonathan Gaudreault,  André Thomas, Nadia Lehoux, Philippe Marier andHind Bril El-Haouzi

2. Decision theaters: a creative approach for participatory planning in the forest sector

Tasseda Boukherroub, Sophie D’Amours and Mikael Rönnqvist

3. A bi-level decision model for timber transport planning

Kamel Moad, Julien François, Jean-Paul Bourrières, Luc Lebel and Morgan Vuillermoz

Robust sustainable supply chain management

Masoumeh Kazemi Zanjani

1. Lumber supply chain tactical planning under demand and supply uncertainty

Omid Sanei Bajgiran, Masoumeh Kazemi Zanjani and Mustapha Nourelfath

2. Remanufacturing planning under uncertainty: a two-stage stochastic programming approach

Céline Gicquel, Safia Kedad-Sidhoum and Dominique Quadri

3. A stochastic programming approach for closed-loop supply chain network design under uncertain quality status

Mohammad Jeihoonian, Masoumeh Kazemi Zanjani and Michel Gendreau

Advances in Collaborative Logistics I

Sihem Ben Jouida

1. Collaborative shipping under different cost-sharing agreements

Valeria Padilla Tinoco, Stefan Creemers and Robert Boute

2. Production and transportation planning based on a cooperative game approach

Yiting Wang, Jean-Christophe Deschamps and Rémy Dupas

3. A Game-theoretic Approach for Coalitions Formation in a Collaborative Inventory-Distribution problem

Sihem Ben Jouida, Saoussen Krichen and Walid Klibi

Data-Intensive Analysis and Simulation in Supply Chains I

Jesus A. Jimenez

1. A Data-Intensive Analysis Augmented Simulation Model of a Distribution Center Operations

Jesus Jimenez, Francis Méndez-Mediavilla and Cecilia Temponi

2. Exploring Strategies in Integrated Container Terminal Planning Tasks: A Data-intensive Simulation Game Analysis

Shalini Kurapati, Heide Lukosch, Scott Cunningham, Jan Kwakkel and Alexander Verbraeck

3. An improvement Approach for Bullwhip Effect in Multi-Product and Multi-Stage Supply Chain

Mahdi Ghaffari, Nikbakhsh Javadian and Fereshteh Narimani

Session TE 16:30-18:00 

TE01 TE02 TE03 TE04 TE05
Facility Location II

Mozart Menezes

1. Responsive Make-to-Order Supply Chain Network Design

Robert Aboolian,  Oded Berman and Jiamin Wang

2. A Modeling Framework for Stochastic Multi-Period Capacitated Multiple Allocation Hub Location

Isabel Correia, Stefan Nickel and Francisco Saldanha-Da-Gama

3. Determining routes for an auxiliary fleet in presence of emergencies on a railway line

Francisco A. Ortega, Juan A. Mesa and Miguel A. Pozo

Supply Chain Quality Management II

João Gilberto Mendes dos Reis

1. Supply Chain Quality Management: a theoretical framework for integration measurement

Marcio Cardoso Machado, Ana Cristina Fernandes, Paulo Sampaio, Maria Do Sameiro Carvalho, Henriqueta Novoa and Sónia Duarte Silva

2. Quality Management in Supply Networks: The Production Chain of the Baby Fashion Cluster in the State of Parana / Brazil

Elizangela Maria Menegassi Lima, Jose Benedito Sacomano, Leandro Menezes Souza, Marcus De Melo Braga and Isabela Romanha de Alcantara

3. Innovation In Services On A Logistics Operator And Its Contribution To Efficiency In The Supply Network

José Jacintho, Dryelle Marquiori, Fabiano Perdigão and Márcia Terra Da Silva

Physical Internet

Olivier Labarthe

1. Synchromodal Transport: Pre-requisites, Activities and Effects.

Prince Singh, Marten van Sinderen and  Roel Wieringa

2. Holonic Logistics System: a novel point of view for Physical Internet

Fouzia Ounnar and Patrick Pujo

3. On Comparing Dedicated and Hyperconnected Distribution Systems: An Optimization-Based Approach

Helia Sohrabi, Benoit Montreuil and Walid Klibi

Advances in Collaborative Logistics II

Mario Guajardo

1. Coalitions in collaborative forest transportation across multiple areas

Patrik Flisberg, Mikael Frisk, Mario Guajardo and Mikael Rönnqvist

2. The aftermath of implementing collaboration in a network of sawmills: A retrospective analysis on logistics costs

Patrik Flisberg, Mikael Frisk, Mario Guajardo and Mikael Rönnqvist

3. A Decisional Framework for Concurrent Planning of Multiple Projects and Supply Chain Network

Shadan Gholizadeh Tayyar,  Jacques Lamothe, Lionel Dupont and Jean-Pierre Loustau

Data-Intensive Analysis and Simulation in Supply Chains II

Jesus A. Jimenez

1. Written Press Logistics: How Clustering and Sales Forecasting Can Levitate an Industry’s Distribution

Asmaa Sabiri, Fouad Riane and Alami Semma

2. Cooperation in manure-based biogas production networks: An agent-based modelling approach

Devrim Murat Yazan, Luca Fraccascia, Martijn Mes and Henk Zijm

3. Slack Based Revenue Inefficiency Decomposition: An Application to the French Wine sector

Samah Jradi, Tatiana Bouzdine Chameeva and Juan Aparicio

FRIDAY JUNE 3

 Session FB 11:45-13:15 

FB01 FB02 FB03 FB04 FB05
The Interconnected Era in Logistics

Olivier Labarthe

1. A Real-Time Monitoring Service based on Industrial Internet of Things to manage agrifood logistics

Natalia Trapani, Marco Toja and Federico Capello

2. Data sharing requirements of supply – and logistics innovations – towards a maturity model

Wout Hofman

3. Exploring mobility networks inter-connectivity for an on-demand transshipment of goods in urban areas

Ezzeddine Fatnassi, Walid Klibi,

Jean-Christophe Deschamps and Olivier Labarthe

Supply Chain Quality Management III

Helcio Raymundo

1. How the Quality of Cargo Railways Transportation Service effects the Competitiveness of Piauí state Brazil

Jose Alberto Alencar Luz, Joao Gilberto Mendes Reis and Jorge Luiz De Macedo

2. Information Systems in Supply Chain: A Study of the Furniture Cluster in the State of Parana, Brazil

Elizangela Maria Menegassi de Lima, Jose Benedito Sacomano, Cristina Correa de Oliveira, Priscila Facciolli Tavares, Nelio Fernando Dos Reis, Joao Gilberto Mendes Dos Reis and Jair Minoro Abe

3. Relationship between Governance Instruments and Quality on Supply Networks: A Theoretical Proposal

Marcio Machado, Saturnina A Da Silva, Oswaldo de Souza, Jeane A Menegueli and Carlos Eduardo Santos

Demand forecasting and estimation for smart sustainable urban logistics systems I

Ivan Sanchez-Diaz

1. Assessing the impacts of goods deliveries’ double line parking on the overall traffic under realistic conditions

Clélia Lopez, Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu, Nicolas Chiabaut and Ludovic Leclercq

2. How can the impact of new practices for supplying households be quantified in urban goods movements?

Mathieu Gardrat, Florence Toilier, Daniele Patier and Jean-Louis Routhier

3. A theoretical analysis of the cost structure of urban logistics

Francois Combes

Building Resilient Supply Chains I

Iris Heckmann

1. ABM-Based Supply Chain Risk Analysis and Modelling

Luca Urciuoli

2. Real-time Disruption Management in a Coordinated Supply Chain System with Multiple Suppliers

Hawa Hishamuddin, Ruhul Sarker, Daryl Essam

3. Supply Chain Risk Analysis — Common Flaws, Core Areas, & Main Tasks

Iris Heckmann and Stefan Nickel

Data-Intensive Analysis and Simulation in Supply Chains III

Jesus A. Jimenez

1. SimData Toolbox: Simplifying the Analysis and Preparation of Input Data for Supply Chain Simulation

Martin Sutter and Thomas Ponsignon

2. Port Logistics Simulation Using CPN Tools with Yard Truck and Gantry Crane Configuration

Sanghyuck Park, Hyerim Bae and  Riska Asriana Sutrisnowati

3. An empirical study of Demand-Driven MRP

Romain Miclo, Franck Fontanili, Lamothe Jacques, Matthieu Lauras and Bernard Milian

SATURDAY JUNE 4

 Session SB 10:30-12:30

SB01 SB02 SB03 SB04 SB05
Auction-based mechanisms for transportation procurement

Monia Rekik

1. Synchronizing Quay Cranes and Automated Vehicles for Ship Operations by Using a Bidding Procedure

Ivan Kristianto Singgih, Hans-Otto Guenther and Kap Hwan Kim

2. Bundle-based auction framework for Québec timber allocations

Dua Weraikat, Marc-André Carle, Sophie D’Amours and  Mikael Rönnqvist

3. A two-stage stochastic model for the winner determination problem in transportation procurement auctions

Sami Ben Amor, Walid Klibi and Monia Rekik

Supply Chain Management

Jacques Lamothe

1. Enhancing the Firm’s Performance Through The Business Process Modeling: A Literature Review.

Najat Toufah, Anicia Jaegler and Kacem Taj

2. Frameworks for Strategic Fit of Planning Environments. A Case Based Exploratory Study

Sven-Vegard Buer, Jo Wessel Strandhagen, Jan Ola Strandhagen and Erlend Alfnes

3. The Challenge of the Reverse Logistics of the High Tech After-Sales Equipment: A Comprehensive Study

Pâmela Catherine Florentino Da Silva, Pamella Garcez Massot de Novais, Fernanda Alves de Araújo, Sergio Luiz Kyrillos and José Benedito Sacomano

4. A Methodology for Making Offshoring Strategic Decisions in International Logistics

Fabien Peyrol

Demand forecasting and estimation for smart sustainable urban logistics systems II

Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu

1. Mining Customer-related Data to Enhance Home Delivery in E-commerce: an experimental study

Shenle Pan, Yufei Han, Bin Qiao, Etta Grover-Silva and Vaggelis Giannikas

2. Assessing the implications of aggregating data by activity-based categories for urban freight trip generation modeling

Jesus Gonzalez-Feliu, Ivan Sanchez-Diaz and Christian Ambrosini

3. Data requirements for urban logistics decision support: case of study loading and unloading operations in Bogotá, Colombia

Laura Vanessa Palacios, Jairo Enrique Parra and Wilson Adarme

4. Decision support system for collaborative freight transportation management: a tool for mixing traditional and green logistics

Guido Perboli, Mariangela Rosano and Luca Gobbato

Building Resilient Supply Chains II

Walid Klibi

1. The Design of Flexible Production-Distribution Networks

Soumaya Ben Arbia, Walid Klibi and Atidel B. Hadj-Alouane

2. A Bi-objective Disruption Recovery Plan with Integrated Production and Distribution Decisions

Ghazaleh Ahmadi and Reza Tavakkoli-Moghaddam

3. Warehousing Risk Management in Different Industrial Sectors

Sahar El Barky and Maha Morsi

Forecasting and Inventory Control

Mohamed Zied Babai

1. A New Multi-Criteria ABC Inventory Classification Model Based on a Simplified Electre III Method and the Continuous Variable Neighborhood Search

Radhouane Douissa and Khaled Jabeur

2. A Scenario-Based Inventory Optimization Approach for a Multi-Echelon Network Considering Lateral Transshipment

Mehdi Firoozi, Mohamed Zied Babai

3. Adaptive machine learning classifiers for the class imbalance problem in ABC inventory classification

Imen Ajili, Talel Ladhari and Mohamed Zied Babai

4. On the performance of temporal demand aggregation when optimal forecasting is used

Bahman Rostami-Tabar, Mohamed-Zied Babai, Mohammad Ali and John Boylan

Session SC 10:30-12:30

SC01 SC02 SC03
Last mile distribution in large metropolitan regions

Hugo Yoshizaki

1. The Impact of Last Mile Parking Availability on Commercial Vehicle Costs

Miguel Figliozzi and  Chawalit Tipagornwong

2. Urban Freight by Rail: A MILP Modeling for Optimizing the Transport of Goods

Walid Behiri, Onur Ozturk and Sana Berraf

3. Transshipment Networks for Last-Mile Delivery in Congested Urban Areas

Daniel Merchan and Matthias Winkenbach

4. An Evaluation of Environmental Impacts of Different Truck Sizes in Last Mile Distribution in São Paulo City

Nathalia Zambuzzi, Claudio Cunha, Edgar Blanco, Hugo Yoshizaki and Carla Carvalho

5. Spatial characteristics of failed and successful E-commerce urban deliveries in Belgian Cities.

Iván Darío Cárdenas Barbosa and Joris Beckers

Vehicle routing with transshipments

Remy Dupas

1. A Study of a Cross-Dock with Predefined Door Assignment and Truck Time Windows Using Petri Net

Lijuan Zhang, Benoit Trouillet and Frédéric Semet

2. A multi-operator genetic algorithm for the diversified replenishment problem

Islem Kaabachi, Yahyaoui Hiba, Dekdouk Abdulkader and Saoussen Krichen

3. A Column Generation Based Heuristic for the Dial-A-Ride Problem

Nastaran Rahmani, Boris Detienne, Ruslan Sadykov and François Vanderbeck

4. Three-dimensional one-to-one pickup and delivery routing problem with loading constraints

Oleksandr Lytvynenko, Oleksij Baranov, Igor Grebennik and Rémy Dupas

Global risk management in supply chains

Cecilia Temponi

1. Prerequisites for Successful Production Transfers in the Electronics Industry

Maria Flavia Mogos, Erlend Alfnes and Natalia Swahn

2. Conceptual Framework of Supply Chain Vulnerability

Lahmar Arij, François Galasso, Lamothe Jacques and Habib Chabchoub

3. Analyzing the Lean Manufacturing Challenges to Sustain Flexible Aeronautic Industry

Aicha Amrani, Yves Ducq and Catherine Goetz

4. Stacking policy for solving the container stacking problem at a containers terminal.

Chafik Razouk, Youssef Ben Adada and Jaouad Boukachour

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