publication . Conference object . 2012

Warehouse design and product assignment and allocation: A mathematical programming model

Geraldes, C. A. S.; Carvalho, M. S.; Guilherme Pereira;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2012
  • Publisher: EUROSIS-ETI
Abstract
Warehouses can be considered one of the most important nodes in supply chains. The dynamic nature of today’s markets compels organizations to an incessant reassessment in an effort to respond to continuous challenges. Therefore warehouses must be continually re-evaluated to ensure that they are consistent with both market’s demands and management’s strategies. In this paper we discuss a mathematical programming model aiming to support product assignment and allocation to the functional areas as well as the size of each area. In particular a large mixed-integer programming model (MILP) is presented to capture the trade-offs among the different warehouse costs in ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Mathematical modeling, Product assignment and allocation, Warehouse design and planning, Mathematical modelling, Science & Technology
16 references, page 1 of 2

Baker, P. and Canessa, M. (2009), “Warehouse Design: A structured approach”. European Journal of Operational Research 193, 425- 436. [OpenAIRE]

Bartholdi, J. and Hackman, S. (2006), “Warehouse & Distribution Science”. Release 0.76. http://www.warehouse-science.com.

Geraldes, C., Carvalho, M. and Pereira, G. (2012) “Warehouse Design and Planning: A Mathematical Programming Approach”. In: Murgante, B., Gervasi, O., Misra, S., Nedjah, N., Rocha, A.M., Taniar, D., Apduhan, B.O. (eds.) ICCSA 2012. Part IIILNCS, vol. 7335, pp. 187-201. Springer, Heidelberg Geraldes, C., Carvalho, S. and Pereira, G. (2008a), “A warehouse design decision model”. Proceedings of the IEMC-Europe 2008 (International Engineering Management Conference). Estoril, Portugal. ISBN: 978-1-4244-2289-0. IEEE Catalog Number: CFP08EMS. [OpenAIRE]

Geraldes, C., Carvalho, S. and Pereira, G (2008b). “A linear programming model for the storage location assignment problem - case study”. Proceedings of the 15th European Concurrent Engineering Conference. Porto, Portugal. EUROSIS-ETI, ISBN: 978-90-77381-39-7.

Gu, J., Goetschalckx, M., McGinnis, L.F. (2007), “Research on warehouse operation: A comprehensive review”. European Journal of Operational Research 177, 1-21. [OpenAIRE]

Gray, A., Karmarkar, U. and Seidman, A. (1992), “Design and operation of an order-consolidation warehouse: models and application”. European Journal of Operational Research 58, 14- 36.

Hassan, M. (2002), “A framework for the design of warehouse layout”. Facilities 20, 13/14, 432-440.

Heragu, S. Du, L., Mantel, R.J. and Schuur, P.C. (2005), “Mathematical model for warehouse design and product allocation”. International Journal of Production Research 43, 2, 432-440. [OpenAIRE]

Liu, C. (1999). “Clustering techniques for stock location and orderpicking in a distribution center”. Computers & Operations Research 26, 989-1002.

Rouwenhorst, B., Reuter, B., Stokrahm, V., van Houtum, G.,Mantel, R. and Zijm, W. (2000), “Warehouse design and control: Framework and literature review”. European Journal of Operational Research 122, 515-533. [OpenAIRE]

Salvendy, G. ed. 2001. “Handbook of Industrial Engineering: Technology and Operations Management”. 3rd ed. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Chapter 81, 2083-2109.

Strack, G., Pochet, Y. (2010), “An integrated model for warehouse design and planning”. European Journal of Operational Research 204, 35-50.

Tompkins, J.A., White, J.A., Bozer, Y.A., Tanchoco, J.M.A. (2003), “Facilities Planning”. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

Van den Berg, J., Sharp, G., Gademann, A. and Pochet, Y. (1998), “Forward-reserve allocation in a warehouse with unit-load replenishments”. European Journal of Operational Research 111, 98-113.

Van den Berg, J. (1999), “A literature survey on planning and control of warehousing systems”. IEE Transactions 31, 751-762.

16 references, page 1 of 2
Abstract
Warehouses can be considered one of the most important nodes in supply chains. The dynamic nature of today’s markets compels organizations to an incessant reassessment in an effort to respond to continuous challenges. Therefore warehouses must be continually re-evaluated to ensure that they are consistent with both market’s demands and management’s strategies. In this paper we discuss a mathematical programming model aiming to support product assignment and allocation to the functional areas as well as the size of each area. In particular a large mixed-integer programming model (MILP) is presented to capture the trade-offs among the different warehouse costs in ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Mathematical modeling, Product assignment and allocation, Warehouse design and planning, Mathematical modelling, Science & Technology
16 references, page 1 of 2

Baker, P. and Canessa, M. (2009), “Warehouse Design: A structured approach”. European Journal of Operational Research 193, 425- 436. [OpenAIRE]

Bartholdi, J. and Hackman, S. (2006), “Warehouse & Distribution Science”. Release 0.76. http://www.warehouse-science.com.

Geraldes, C., Carvalho, M. and Pereira, G. (2012) “Warehouse Design and Planning: A Mathematical Programming Approach”. In: Murgante, B., Gervasi, O., Misra, S., Nedjah, N., Rocha, A.M., Taniar, D., Apduhan, B.O. (eds.) ICCSA 2012. Part IIILNCS, vol. 7335, pp. 187-201. Springer, Heidelberg Geraldes, C., Carvalho, S. and Pereira, G. (2008a), “A warehouse design decision model”. Proceedings of the IEMC-Europe 2008 (International Engineering Management Conference). Estoril, Portugal. ISBN: 978-1-4244-2289-0. IEEE Catalog Number: CFP08EMS. [OpenAIRE]

Geraldes, C., Carvalho, S. and Pereira, G (2008b). “A linear programming model for the storage location assignment problem - case study”. Proceedings of the 15th European Concurrent Engineering Conference. Porto, Portugal. EUROSIS-ETI, ISBN: 978-90-77381-39-7.

Gu, J., Goetschalckx, M., McGinnis, L.F. (2007), “Research on warehouse operation: A comprehensive review”. European Journal of Operational Research 177, 1-21. [OpenAIRE]

Gray, A., Karmarkar, U. and Seidman, A. (1992), “Design and operation of an order-consolidation warehouse: models and application”. European Journal of Operational Research 58, 14- 36.

Hassan, M. (2002), “A framework for the design of warehouse layout”. Facilities 20, 13/14, 432-440.

Heragu, S. Du, L., Mantel, R.J. and Schuur, P.C. (2005), “Mathematical model for warehouse design and product allocation”. International Journal of Production Research 43, 2, 432-440. [OpenAIRE]

Liu, C. (1999). “Clustering techniques for stock location and orderpicking in a distribution center”. Computers & Operations Research 26, 989-1002.

Rouwenhorst, B., Reuter, B., Stokrahm, V., van Houtum, G.,Mantel, R. and Zijm, W. (2000), “Warehouse design and control: Framework and literature review”. European Journal of Operational Research 122, 515-533. [OpenAIRE]

Salvendy, G. ed. 2001. “Handbook of Industrial Engineering: Technology and Operations Management”. 3rd ed. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Chapter 81, 2083-2109.

Strack, G., Pochet, Y. (2010), “An integrated model for warehouse design and planning”. European Journal of Operational Research 204, 35-50.

Tompkins, J.A., White, J.A., Bozer, Y.A., Tanchoco, J.M.A. (2003), “Facilities Planning”. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

Van den Berg, J., Sharp, G., Gademann, A. and Pochet, Y. (1998), “Forward-reserve allocation in a warehouse with unit-load replenishments”. European Journal of Operational Research 111, 98-113.

Van den Berg, J. (1999), “A literature survey on planning and control of warehousing systems”. IEE Transactions 31, 751-762.

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publication . Conference object . 2012

Warehouse design and product assignment and allocation: A mathematical programming model

Geraldes, C. A. S.; Carvalho, M. S.; Guilherme Pereira;