Green supply chain management model for the Thai rubber industry
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The objective of this thesis is to develop a decision-support model for the Thai Rubber industry supply chain management. Specifically, the model assists in managing the Thai Rubber supply chain such that it will achieve economic gain whilst remaining environmentally friendly. In order to achieve this goal, an optimisation based Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM) model was developed. Linear-programming based single objective and multi-objective optimisation was chosen for the decision-support analysis.
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