MODELING OF THE OPTIMIZATION FOR DISTRIBUTED SQUENTIAL SCHEDULING IN SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING

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Hasanul Fahmi, Muhammad Zarlis, Erna B Nababan, Poltak Sihombing

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logistics has a very important role in the distribution process, so that the strategic function of manufacturing logistics is planning, implementing, and controlling the effectiveness and efficiency of storage and flow of goods, to the consumption point to meet consumer needs. The problem that occurs in the distribution system is still not optimal which causes problems in the product distribution process. There are many requests from consumers to producers that cause the production and
distribution process to experience difficulties in determining the availability of goods and the availability of the amount of production. This will cause a rigorous production process because there is no scheduling and cannot carry out distribution processes in sequence. The contribution of this study is that with the presence of a sequential distribution decision model that is scheduled to provide decisions about which distribution processes have been scheduled to be processed and the process will move in sequence. So it can be concluded that after optimizing the total cost if the number of each product to be produced (tons)> = 20000 can be distributed sequentially and so on. So that by finding this model the production distribution process will not be a problem in the future. The findings of the new optimization model are proven to be able to solve integrated problems from scheduling distribution of production products in sequence to meet consumer demand. Sequential scheduling is proven to be carried out sequentially in accordance with the flow of activities so that customer demand is fulfilled in the shortest possible time so that the total operational costs are minimal

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