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    • Distribution Planning with Consolidation - A Two-Stage Stochastic Programming Approach 

      Alnaggar, Aliaa (University of Waterloo, 2017-09-07)
      The distribution planning problem with consolidation center(s) addresses the coordination of distribution activities between a set of suppliers and a set of customers, through the use of intermediate facilities in order ...
    • A Dual Toll Policy for Regulating the Transportation of Hazardous Materials 

      Zhang, Huiwen (University of Waterloo, 2018-08-03)
      The transportation of hazardous materials (hazmat) has drawn significant attention from various stakeholders due to the undesirable impacts on the environment and public health. Focusing on the connection between the traffic ...
    • Location-Routing Problems with Economies of Scale 

      Pi, Xiaoyang (University of Waterloo, 2016-10-26)
      The purpose of the location-routing problem is to select facility locations, assign customers to facilities, and design routes between facilities and customers. The most common objective is to achieve minimal cost. In ...
    • Lot-Sizing of Several Multi-Product Families 

      Bayley, Tiffany (University of Waterloo, 2018-04-19)
      Production planning problems and its variants are widely studied in operations management and optimization literature. One variation that has not garnered much attention is the presence of multiple production families in ...
    • Optimization and Comparison of Manual and Semi-Automated Material Handling in a Cross-Dock Using Discrete-Event Simulation 

      Natarajan, Saravanan (University of Waterloo, 2018-08-21)
      A Cross-Dock (CD) is a synchronized unit of a supply chain network, used to sort the goods received from inbound trucks (from a warehouse or factory), and load those products to outbound trucks (for delivery of the goods ...
    • Optimization Models for the Perishable Inventory Routing Problem 

      Singla, Ajitesh Rajiv (University of Waterloo, 2019-08-29)
      In this thesis, three models for the Perishable Inventory Routing Problem (PIRP) are explored. The first model of the inventory routing problem considers one perishable product and known (deterministic) demands in the ...
    • Shipment Scheduling In Hub Location Problems 

      Masaeli, Mobina (University of Waterloo, 2017-07-26)
      In this thesis, we incorporate shipment scheduling decisions into hub location problems. Our aim is to determine optimal locations of hubs, hub network structure, and the number of vehicles to operate on the hub network ...


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