Authors: Zineb Benotmane, Ghalem Belalem, Abdelkader Neki

 

Journal Title: Transport and Telecommunication

 

ISSN: 1407-6179 (Online)

 

Publisher: De Gruyter Open
 
Society/Institution: Transport and Telecommunication Institute
 
Abstract
 
In any increasing competitive environment and even in companies; we must adopt a good logistic chain management policy which is the main objective to increase the overall gain by maximizing profits and minimizing costs, including manufacturing costs such as: transaction, transport, storage, etc. In this paper, we propose a cloud platform of this chain logistic for decision support; in fact, this decision must be made to adopt new strategy for cost optimization, besides, the decision-maker must have knowledge on the consequences of this new strategy.
 
Our proposed cloud computing platform has a multilayer structure; this later is contained from a set of web services to provide a link between applications using different technologies; to enable sending; and receiving data through protocols, which should be understandable by everyone. The chain logistic is a process-oriented business; it’s used to evaluate logistics process costs, to propose optimal solutions and to evaluate these solutions before their application. As a scenario, we have formulated the problem for the delivery process, and we have proposed a modified Bin-packing algorithm to improve vehicles loading.
 
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Illustration Photo: Truck unloading at UNICEF warehouse in Gerji, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (credits: UNICEF Ethiopia/2016/Michael Tsegaye / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0))

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