Index

Supply Chain Management and Logistics in Latin America

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(2018), "Index", Yoshizaki, H.T.Y., Velázquez Martínez, J.C. and Argueta, C.M. (Ed.) Supply Chain Management and Logistics in Latin America, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 183-193. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-78756-803-720181012

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INDEX

Actionability
, 15–16

Advantageousness
, 15–16

Analytic hierarchy process (AHP)
, 39, 47, 154

Artificial node
, 25

Benefits, opportunities, costs, and risks (BOCR)
, 39

indicator
, 47

methodology
, 50

Bickering
, 13

BOCR. See Benefits, opportunities, costs, and risks (BOCR)

Brazil, Rio de Janeiro
, 78–80, 84, 88

See also Urban freight transportation (UFT)

BSW. See Bus-stops of water (BSW)

Building the network
, 25

Business logistics
, 9

Business objectives and customer requirements
, 10

Bus-stops of water (BSW)
, 115

distribution nodes
, 115

families distribution per cluster
, 118

location
, 121

network model
, 120

result
, 120

total capacity storage
, 123

total cost analysis with
, 126

transaction cost and
, 122–123

unadjusted
, 119

Calaminas
, 113

Capacitated facility location problem. See Two-stage capacitated facility location problem (TSCFLP)

Capacitated Plant Location Model (CPL Model) structure
, 157

CAPEX. See Capital expenditures (CAPEX)

Capital expenditures (CAPEX)
, 179

Center for Latin-American Logistics Innovation (CLI)
, 2

Center for Logistics and Transportation of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (CTL-MIT)
, 96

Center for Logistics Systems Innovation at University of São Paulo (CISLOG/USP)
, 136

Center of Excellence in Sustainable Urban Freight (CoE-SUFS)
, 136, 139

Chapinero
, 97–98

City logistics, concept
, 94

Clarity
, 12, 16

Clear SCS
, 12

Clustering search (CS) heuristic
, 20

CPLEX and
, 28–32

direct assimilation
, 27

function
, 27

Hamming distance
, 27

new center
, 27

parameters
, 28

pseudocode
, 26

step-by- step
, 25–26

Coe-SUFS
, 136

Coherence evaluation
, 13, 16

Collaborative management research
, 11

Colombia
, 94, 96–98

Colon Free Trade Zone
, 62, 67

Commercial logistic activities

Historic Center and La Mariscal in Quito – Ecuador
, 150–151

mathematical modeling

analytical hierarchy process
, 156

optimization model
, 157

sample size
, 155–156

methodologies

data collection and preparation
, 152–153

data extrapolation
, 153

optimization model
, 154–155

simulation model
, 155

stores and streets weights
, 153–154

results and discussion

data collection and preparation results
, 157–161

optimization model results
, 161–164

simulation model results
, 164–166

urban logistics application
, 151–152

Commercial solver CPLEX
, 25

Compatibility evaluation
, 13, 16

Competence and resources
, 14

Competence test
, 14

Competitive logistics infrastructure
, 62

Conditional value at risk (CVaR)
, 173, 176

Conflicts
, 13

Consistency
, 11, 13

coefficient calculation
, 49

Consistency index (CI)
, 46

Consistency ratio (CR)
, 46

Consonance
, 13–14

Constraints
, 23

Construction and demolition waste, annual generation
, 41

Cost cash flow
, 178

Cost minimization, water distribution system
, 120–122

Costs analysis, water distribution system
, 125–127

Coverage
, 11–12, 16

CPLEX
, 25

Crisp pairwise comparison matrix
, 48

Crisp weights of vectors
, 47

Criteria, facility location

determination
, 42–43

groups of
, 43

Cumulative impact
, 13

Customers, VALS in Panama Canal
, 64–65, 68–70

Customer’s expectation ranking
, 69

CVaR. See Conditional value at risk (CVaR)

Decision-making tools
, 39

Delivery tracking
, 96

Department of Road System Operations (DSV)
, 136

DET. See Distribution by electric tricycles (DET)

Disposal practices
, 40

Disruptive violations
, 96

Distribution by electric tricycles (DET)
, 80–81

data collection
, 82

economic assessment method
, 82–84

environmental assessment method
, 84–86

fixed and variable costs of
, 86

measurement parameters
, 86

monthly cost comparison
, 87

pollutants and GHG emission reduction
, 87–88

productivity
, 87–88

results and analysis
, 86–88

Shapiro-Wilk test
, 82–83

strategies
, 80–81

See also Urban freight transportation (UFT)

Dominant approach
, 10–11

Drug trafficking
, 71

ECLAC. See Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)

Economic Area, Panamá Pacific
, 63

Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)
, 57

Ecuador
, 150

ELECTRE
, 51

Evaluation criteria
, 11, 12–15, 16

External consistency
, 13–14, 16

Facility location
, 38–39, 42, 51

See also Two-stage capacitated facility location problem (TSCFLP)

Facility location problem (FLP)
, 20

FAHP. See Fuzzy-AHP (FAHP)

Family cluster (FC)
, 118

Feasibility
, 14–16

Financial risk measurement

coherent risk measure
, 177

conditional value at risk (CVaR)
, 173, 176

cost cash flow
, 178

Free on Board (FOB)
, 173–174

inventory policies
, 172–173

log-return of LME aluminum prices
, 175

London Metal Exchange (LME)
, 173

methodological approach
, 174

methodology
, 174–177

Monte Carlo simulation (MCS)
, 173

net present value (NPV) calculation
, 173

profit function distribution
, 177

results and discussion
, 177–179

sales prices probability
, 179

Value at Risk (VaR)
, 172, 176

working capital management (WCM)
, 172

working capital (WC)
, 172

Financial supply chain management (FSCM)
, 172

First-order strategic fit
, 13

Flow cost calculation
, 24

FLP. See Facility location problem (FLP)

Frame test
, 12

Free on Board (FOB)
, 173–174

Free-scale network
, 124

Freight transport
, 78, 168–169

Fuel consumption
, 101–102

Fuzzy-AHP (FAHP)
, 39, 43, 51

Fuzzy logic
, 37, 39–40, 46, 51

Fuzzy pairwise comparison matrix
, 48

Fuzzy scale
, 48

Genetic algorithm (GA)
, 20

Global value chains, VALS
, 58

Goal consistency
, 13

Goal programming (GP), facility location
, 39

Gross inconsistencies
, 13

Historic Center in Quito

commercial density of
, 158

deliveries peak hours
, 159

freight-unloading methods
, 167

km2
, 149–151, 157–158

loading and unloading bays
, 162

optimization model
, 161–165

shop density by shop type in
, 158

HORECA (hotels, restaurant, coffee shops) area
, 96–97

See also Urban freight transportation (UFT)

Human settlements (HS)
, 112–113

Hybrid heuristic method
, 2

clustering search (CS)
, 20

computational experiments
, 27–33

computational modeling
, 23–24

CS metaheuristic
, 25–27

network flow cost
, 24–25

problem description
, 21–23

Integrated organization
, 14

Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
, 1, 63

Internal consistency
, 12–13, 16

International Air Transport Association (IATA)
, 57

International Financial Center of Panama
, 57

Interoceanic Panama Canal
, 56

Inventory policies
, 172–173

Investment
, 57, 64, 71

Key performance indicators (KPIs)

area definition and selection
, 96

data further analysis and conclusions
, 97

determination
, 97

impact
, 96

information gathering and analysis
, 96–97

in urban freight transport operations
, 95

Km2 methodology

KPIs determination for
, 97, 101–104

urban logistic operations
, 95

Zona T
, 98–99

See also Key performance indicators (KPIs)

Labeling service
, 66

La Mariscal in Quito
, 151

commercial density of
, 160

deliveries peak hours
, 161

entertainment district
, 151

feasible bays in
, 166

freight-unloading methods
, 167

km2
, 152–153

loading and unloading bays
, 152

optimization model
, 155, 162–163, 165

shop density by shop type in
, 160

Last mile
, 79–80, 88–89

distribution networks
, 150

LDV. See Light-duty vehicle (LDV)

Lead, disposal emission
, 79

Level of service (LOS)
, 82–83

Light-duty vehicle (LDV)
, 81

Likert scale
, 65

LME. See London Metal Exchange (LME)

Loading bays
, 151–155, 162–165, 167–168

Localidades
, 97

Location cost
, 21

Logistical decision problems
, 51

Logistic Profile (LP)
, 152

Logistics customer value, VALS
, 58

Logistics reflexing
, 63

Logistics service quality (LQS)
, 59

Logistics Strategic Plan
, 71

Logistics Strategic Plan of Panama to 2030 (2017)
, 62

London Metal Exchange (LME)
, 173

LP. See Logistic Profile (LP)

LQS. See Logistics service quality (LQS)

Marketing and Commercial Department of the Panama Canal
, 62

Marking service
, 66

MASL. See Meters above sea level (MASL)

Master production schedule (MPS) technique
, 115

Matheuristic
, 20–21, 27, 33

MCS. See Monte Carlo simulation (MCS)

MD. See Mobile depots (MD)

Means-end value hierarchy model (MEVHM)
, 55, 61

Medical and pharmaceutical, VALS
, 65

Megacity
, 96

Mentzer methodology
, 65

Meters above sea level (MASL)
, 113

Metropolitan Region of São Paulo (MRSP)
, 132

MEVHM. See Means-end value hierarchy model (MEVHM); Model hierarchy middle-end (MEVHM)

MILP. See Mixed-integer linear programming (MILP)

Ministry of Trade and Industry
, 63

Mixed-integer linear programming (MILP)
, 115, 120

Mobile depots (MD)
, 81

Mobility
, 94–95

Model hierarchy middle-end (MEVHM)
, 70

Monte Carlo simulation (MCS)
, 153, 168, 173

MPS technique. See Master production schedule (MPS) technique

Multicriteria decision analysis (MCDA)
, 39, 51

analytic hierarchy process (AHP)
, 39

Analytic Network Process (ANP)
, 39

use
, 39

Multicriteria methodology

construction and demolition waste, annual generation
, 41

first stage: structuring the problem
, 42–43

second stage: analysis of the problem

alternatives evaluation
, 43

hierarchies diagram
, 45

matrices for diffuse pairs
, 45–48

potential final disposal sites, location map
, 44

score and rankings
, 46

triangular scale for fuzzy number conversion
, 45

Multimodal distribution system
, 113

National Association of Freight Transport and Logistics
, 83

National Logistics Plan
, 71

Net Operating Profit after Taxes (NOPAT)
, 179

Net present value (NPV) calculation
, 173

Network connectivity
, 116–118

Network demand
, 25

Network modeling
, 25

Nonbinary modeling
, 24

NOPAT. See Net Operating Profit after Taxes (NOPAT)

Normalized sums of rows
, 49

Oceanic Zone development
, 62

Off hour delivery (OHD) pilot test
, 3

cash incentives
, 135

New York
, 134–135

São Paulo
, 136

stakeholders
, 135

truck restriction zone
, 133

See also São Paulo off-hour delivery pilot project

Organization and SC execution
, 11

Packaging service
, 66

Pamplona Alta
, 113

Panama Canal, VALS in
, 3

benefits over final product
, 69

competitive logistics infrastructure
, 62

concept of servicization of business
, 58

customers
, 64–65, 68–70

customer’s expectation ranking
, 69

definition
, 58–59

features
, 59

future research
, 72–73

global value chains
, 58

impact
, 70–71

logistical development
, 57

logistics customer value
, 58

logistics service quality (LQS)
, 59

means-end value hierarchy model (MEVHM)
, 61

model hierarchy middle-end (MEVHM)
, 70

Oceanic Zone development
, 62

offered to international cargo
, 59–61

3PL (third-party logistics) providers
, 59, 62–63

providers
, 64–68

quality during logistics processes
, 59

quality of logistics services (QLS)
, 59–61

service offered
, 60–61

services diversification
, 62

ship terminals (cruise and cargo)
, 61–62

terminology
, 67

total cost
, 58

type by company
, 66

user-based approach
, 59

value-added services (VAS)
, 58

Panama Canal Universal Measurement System (PCUMS)
, 56

Panama Logistics Strategic Plan
, 63

Panama Logistics Summit 2014
, 63

Panama Maritime Authority (AMP)
, 66

Panama Pacific Special Economic Area
, 57

Parsimony
, 15–16

PenLog (2014)
, 62

3PL (third-party logistics) providers
, 59, 62–63

Priority vector
, 49

Production capacity
, 21

Profit function distribution
, 177

Project indicators
, 50

Project priority
, 50

PROMETHEE
, 51

Providers, VALS
, 64–68

Quality of logistics services (QLS)
, 58–61

Raw material supply model. See Financial risk measurement

Regional alliance
, 2

Regional Autonomous Corporation of Valle del Cauca (CVC)
, 42

Research agenda
, 2–4

Riskiness
, 15–16

Risk measures. See Financial risk measurement

Roads and regulations
, 96

Road transport emissions
, 95

Sales prices probability
, 179

São Paulo Motor Carrier Syndicate (SETCESP – Sindicato de Empresas de Transporte de Carga de São Paulo e Região)
, 136

São Paulo off-hour delivery pilot project
, 136–139, 146

costs and productivity
, 143–145

noise
, 139–141

safety
, 141–142

traffic and truck speeds
, 142–143

SCS. See Supply chain strategy (SCS)

Second-order strategic fit
, 13

SEDAPAL
, 112–113

Services diversification
, 62

Servicization of business
, 58

SETCESP
, 136, 138

Shapiro-Wilk test
, 82–83

Shop inventory
, 97, 99

Simple consistency
, 13

Solid waste
, 38, 40, 42

Solid waste disposal center

multicriteria methodology

construction and demolition waste, annual generation
, 41

first stage: structuring the problem
, 42–43

second stage: analysis of the problem
, 43–48

problems
, 40–41

results and discussion

BOCR methodology
, 50

consistency coefficient calculation
, 49

crisp pairwise comparison matrix
, 48

decision-making process
, 51

employment generation
, 48

fuzzy pairwise comparison matrix
, 48

logistical decision problems
, 51

multicriteria tool
, 51

normalized sums of rows
, 49

priority vector
, 49

project indicators
, 50

project priority
, 50

sums of rows for each criterion
, 49

Specific distribution model
, 123–125

Square kilometer (km2) methodology
, 151

KPIs determination for
, 97, 101–104

urban logistic operations
, 95

Zona T
, 98–99

Storage capacity
, 21

Strategic fit
, 13

Sufficiency
, 14, 16

Supervision of Residential Public Services
, 38

Supply chain

description, water distribution system
, 113–114

logistics and
, 63, 67

shareholders profitability and
, 58

system with two plants, three depots and five customers
, 21–22

See also Supply chain strategy (SCS)

Supply Chain And Logistics Excellence (SCALE) Network
, 2

Supply chain strategy (SCS)
, 9

clarity
, 12

coverage
, 12

different approach
, 11–12

dominant approach
, 10–11

external consistency
, 13–14

feasibility
, 14–15

internal consistency
, 12–13

proposed evaluation criteria
, 16

purposes
, 12

sufficiency
, 14

support
, 14

terms of
, 10

typology
, 10

Support
, 11, 14, 16

Synergy
, 16

TCAT. See Total Cost after taxes (TCAT)

Third parties
, 15

See also
, 3

PL (third-party logistics) providers

TID. See Traditional intermodal distribution (TID)

Tocumen International Airport
, 57

TOPSIS
, 51

Total Cost after taxes (TCAT)
, 175–176

Traditional intermodal distribution (TID)

data collection
, 82

economic assessment method
, 82–84

environmental assessment method
, 84–86

fixed and variable costs of
, 86

measurement parameters
, 86

monthly cost comparison
, 87

pollutants and GHG emission reduction
, 87–88

productivity
, 87–88

results and analysis
, 86–88

Shapiro-Wilk test
, 82–83

strategies
, 80–81

See also Urban freight transportation (UFT)

Traffic count
, 97, 99

Transfer stations
, 38

Transportation cost
, 21

Transport cost minimization
, 115

Trapezoidal fuzzy numbers
, 39

Tricycles
, 78–79

See also Distribution by electric tricycles (DET)

Two-echelon location routing (2ELR) using integer programming (IP)
, 115

Two-stage capacitated facility location problem (TSCFLP)
, 19

genetic algorithm (GA)
, 20

goal
, 20

humanitarian supply chains
, 20

Lagrangean cut-and-relax
, 20

national postal distribution center (plant)
, 20

Typology
, 10

UFT. See Urban freight transportation (UFT)

Unloading bays
, 151–155, 162–165, 167–168

Urban freight activities
, 151–152

Urban freight policy-makers
, 150

Urban freight transportation (UFT)

benefits
, 78

data collection
, 82

eco-efficiency analysis
, 78

economic assessment method
, 82–84

economic indicators
, 78

electric bicycles
, 79

electric bikes and tricycles
, 78–79

electric cargo bikes
, 79–80

environmental assessment method
, 84–86

light electric vehicles
, 78

microscopic traffic simulation model
, 79–80

operations

area definition and selection
, 96–98

data further analysis and conclusions
, 97, 103–104

impact
, 96

information gathering and analysis
, 96–101

KPIs determination
, 97, 101–103

results and analysis
, 86–88

strategies
, 80–81

traffic congestion
, 79

urban logistics activities
, 78

vehicles, occupancy rate of
, 78–79

zero-emission vehicles
, 79

See also Distribution by electric tricycles (DET); Traditional intermodal distribution (TID)

Urban freight vehicles
, 133

Urban logistics
, 3–4

application
, 151–152

in Latin America
, 150

location models and timing simulation of dynamic flows
, 168

measures in HORECA intensive area
, 93–105

urban freight transportation
, 169

Urban Logistics Atlas approach
, 151–153

Uruguay
, 15

User-based approach, VALS
, 59

Valle del Cauca
, 40–41

annual generation of construction and demolition waste
, 41

multicriteria methodology

construction and demolition waste, annual generation
, 41

first stage: structuring the problem
, 42–43

second stage: analysis of the problem
, 43–48

Value-added logistics services (VALS) in Panama Canal
, 3

benefits over final product
, 69

competitive logistics infrastructure
, 62

concept of servicization of business
, 58

customers
, 64–65, 68–70

customer’s expectation ranking
, 69

definition
, 58–59

features
, 59

future research
, 72–73

global value chains
, 58

impact
, 70–71

logistical development
, 57

logistics customer value
, 58

logistics service quality (LQS)
, 59

means-end value hierarchy model (MEVHM)
, 61

model hierarchy middle-end (MEVHM)
, 70

Oceanic Zone development
, 62

offered to international cargo
, 59–61

3PL (third-party logistics) providers
, 59, 62–63

providers
, 64–68

quality during logistics processes
, 59

quality of logistics services (QLS)
, 59–61

service offered
, 60–61

services diversification
, 62

ship terminals (cruise and cargo)
, 61–62

terminology
, 67

total cost
, 58

type by company
, 66

user-based approach
, 59

value-added services (VAS)
, 58

Value-added services (VAS)
, 58

Value at Risk (VaR)
, 172, 176

See also Financial risk measurement

VaR. See Value at Risk (VaR)

VAS. See Value-added services (VAS)

Vector prioritization
, 47

VUC’s (veículo urbano de carga)
, 133

Waste management
, 2–3

Water connectors (WC)
, 120, 122

Water demand parameter
, 116

Water distribution system in low-income areas
, 114–115

bus-stops of water (BSW)
, 115, 118, 120–124

cost minimization
, 120–122

costs analysis
, 125–127

current, proposed and adjusted proposed networks
, 126

deficiencies issues
, 114–115

demand determination
, 116

distribution model proposed
, 125

facility location model
, 119–120

families distribution per cluster
, 118

family cluster (FC)
, 118

general distribution model
, 122–123

geographic location
, 116

master production schedule
, 117

model of connectivity
, 118–119

network connectivity
, 116–118

research question and hypotheses
, 114

specific distribution model
, 123–125

supply chain description
, 113–114

Torres Minas map
, 117

Torres Minas network
, 121

two-echelon location routing (2ELR) using integer programming (IP)
, 115

water demand parameter
, 116

WC. See Water connectors (WC); Working capital (WC)

WCI. See Working Capital Investment (WCI)

WCM. See Working capital management (WCM)

Weber Method
, 115

Windows 7 operating system
, 28

Workability test
, 14

Working Capital Investment (WCI)
, 179

Working capital management (WCM)
, 172

Working capital (WC)
, 172

World Economic Forum for Competitiveness
, 57

World Urbanization Prospects, 2011 Revision
, 94

Zero-emission strategy
, 87

ZMRC. See Zone of Maximal Circulation Restriction (ZMRC)

Zona T
, 96

delivered products count in
, 100

km2 methodology
, 105

proposed key performance indicators in
, 104

shop inventory in
, 99

time frame, stores, and trips for delivered products count in
, 101

traffic count in
, 100

traffic disruptions in
, 102

See also Km2 methodology

Zone of Maximal Circulation Restriction (ZMRC)
, 137–138, 142, 145