INPUTS DISTRIBUTION COSTS FOR EACH PAIR OF SHOES euros Distribution centers

Inputs distribution costs for each pair of shoes

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INPUTS:DISTRIBUTION COSTS FOR EACH PAIR OF SHOES (euros)Distribution centersAlbaceteGuadalajaraSevillaBarcelonaBurgosWarehousesCiudad Real1.211.051.081.912.13Soria1.831.511.991.551.21Córdoba1.411.111.012.122.54Lleida1.811.731.91.021.47León2.592.482.511.641.03Warehouse capacityWarehousesCiudad Real48,000WarehousesSoria36,000Córdoba60,000Lleida60,000León60,000Total144,000Estimated weekly demand of each distribution centre for the coming yearDistribution centersAlbaceteGuadalajaraSevillaBarcelonaBurgosTotal18,00027,00035,00030,00022,000132,000Expedted demand
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Decision variablesX(i,j)i = 1, … , 3j = 1, …, 5"number of pairs of shoes to transport/move fromwarehouse 'i' to distribution center 'j' "15 decision variablesDistribution centersX(i,j)AlbaceteGuadalajaraSevillaBarcelonaBurgosCiudad Real013,00035,00000Soria014,0000022,000CórdobaLerida18,0000030,0000LeónSum18,00027,00035,00030,00022,000Total132,000Demand satisfied
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Objective function162,390Constraints:1. Warehouse capacity"the pairs of shoes distributed from each warehousecan not be bigger than the maximum capacity of each warehouse"Ciudad Real48,000<=48,000Soria36,000<=36,000Lerida48,000<=60,0002. Weekly demand to safisty"the pairs of shoes arriving at each DC must satisfythe weekly expected demand for the next year"Albacete18,000>=18,000Guadalajara27,000>=27,000Sevilla35,000>=35,000Barcelona30,000>=30,000Burgos22,000>=22,0003. Non negative solutionX(i,j)>=04. Integer solutionX(i,j)integer values
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INPUTS:DISTRIBUTION COSTS FOR EACH PAIR OF SHOES (euros)Distribution centersAlbaceteGuadalajaraSevillaBarcelonaBurgosWarehousesCiudad Real1.211.051.081.912.13Soria1.831.511.991.551.21Córdoba1.411.111.012.122.54Lleida1.811.731.91.021.47León2.592.482.511.641.03Warehouse capacityWarehousesCiudad Real48,000WarehousesSoria36,000Córdoba60,000Lleida60,000León60,000Total144,000Estimated weekly demand of each distribution centre for the coming yearDistribution centersAlbaceteGuadalajaraSevillaBarcelonaBurgosTotal18,00027,00035,00030,00022,000132,000Expedted demand
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Decision variablesX(i,j)i = 1, … , 3j = 1, …, 5"number of pairs of shoes to transport/move fromwarehouse 'i' to distribution center 'j' "15 decision variablesDistribution centersX(i,j)AlbaceteGuadalajaraSevillaBarcelonaBurgosCiudad Real13,000035,00000Soria5,00027,00004,0000CórdobaLeridaLeón00026,00022,000Sum18,00027,00035,00030,00022,000Total132,000Demand satisfied
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Objective function174,950Constraints:1. Warehouse capacity
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  • Fall '14
  • StephanC.Henneberg
  • Supply Chain Management, Distribution center, Distribution, retailing, and wholesaling, Warehouses, Autonomous communities of Spain, Ciudad Real

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