Program > By author > Gelareh Shahin

Wednesday 26
Logistics, localisation, transport and air control
Dominique Feillet
› 14:00 - 14:20 (20min)
› Bât. A - Durkheim
Service Network Design of Liner Shipping
Shahin Gelareh  1, 2, *@  , Frederic Semet  3, *@  , Monemi Neamatian Monemi  4, *@  
1 : Shahin Gelareh  -  Website
Université d'Artois : EALGI2A
Faculté des Sciences Appliquées - LGI2A Technoparc - Zone Futura - 62400 Béthune -  France
2 : LGI2A
Université d'Artois : EALGI2A
UArtois, LGI2A (EA 3926), F-62400, Bethune, France -  France
3 : Ecole central de Lille
Ecole Centrale de Lille
EC-Lille LAGIS, F-59650, Villeneuve d'Ascq, France -  France
Université Blaise Pascal - Clermont-Ferrand II
Université Blaise Pascal, CNRS, LIMOS, Complexe scientifique des Cézeaux, 63173 Aubiére cedex -  France
* : Corresponding author

All shipping liner companies divide their service regions into several rotations (strings) in
order to operate their container vessels. A string is the ordered set of ports at which a container vessel will call. Each port is usually called at no more than twice along one string, although a single port may be called at several times on different strings. Moreover, hub-and-spoke operations is also the core of the operation and a major part of the trade volume is transhipped at least once along the origin-destination path. We present a mixed integer programming model which determines the location of transhipment ports and designs regional routes for the feeder serviens.\\
As for even small instance size the problem becomes intractable, we will also present a decomposition scheme developed for solving instances of problem.

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