Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : supply chain


Mathematical Modelling of Supply Chain under Current COVID’19 Business scenario with the Review Study on the Fuzzy Logic based Supply Chains

B. Nishanth; S. Priyanka; Venkatesh Kannan; A. Muhammad Raheel Basha; J. Dinesh; R. Muruganandham; V. Harish

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 4972-4981

Organisation should focus on raw material flow, and process flow for the smooth running of supply chain. And the success of the supply chain depends on the demand aspects of the market too. Designing a supply chain does involve many challenges in all the flows mentioned above. This article is a review study of Fuzzy logic has been applied in modelling the supply chain. Besides the article also suggests briefly the initial requirements of evolving a mathematical model for an integrated supply chain

An Incentive Supply Chain Model for Purchaser and Vendor with Deteriorating Products

M. Babu; M. Haj Meeral; P. Muniappan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 5141-5144

This paper specifies supply chain model for purchaser and vendor with deteriorating products. The point of this model is to decide the ideal qualities for production and non-production circumstance with the end goal that the normal complete expense is limited. The model is fathomed mathematically to get the perfect solution. It is then laid out with the help of numerical examples.

Covid 19 And Impact On Healthcare Supply Chain

Dr Ranjith P V; Dr Aparna J Varma

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 40-44

Objectives: The study finds out the challenges in healthcare supply chain and suggests the solutions for them. Methods: The study uses brief literature to discuss the challenges and solutions. The qualitative methodology used helps in discussing the main problems and possible methods for solving these. Results: Reach, Demand Uncertainty and shortages are the main problems and technology is one of the best solutions for addressing these. Conclusion: Technology, automation, localization, and data analytics will help healthcare supply chains to be resilient and sustainable in the future.