International Development, Community, and Environment

Title

A Dynamic Location‐Allocation Model for Evaluating the Spatial Impacts for Just‐in‐Time Planning

Document Type

Article

Abstract

This paper presents an interperiod network storage location‐allocation (INSLA) model to solve the just‐in‐time production planning problem. The model is extended to a multiobjective problem in which trade‐offs between delivery time and transportation costs are analyzed. The results for a hypothetical problem show that in an attempt to reduce inventories on the part of the primary purchaser of raw materials, the possibility exists for less than optimal behavior in the system. 1990 The Ohio State University

Publication Title

Geographical Analysis

Publication Date

1-1-1990

Volume

22

Issue

1

First Page

50

Last Page

69

ISSN

0016-7363

DOI

10.1111/j.1538-4632.1990.tb00196.x

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