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Multi-objective inventory routing problem : A stochastic model to consider profit, service level and green criteria


in Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, 101

par Rahimi, Mohammad ; Baboli, Armand ; Rekik, Yacine (1978-)

2017 - 59-83 p. | En anglais

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