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Inventory Control Policies for Humanitarian Logistics Supply Chain

BATTISTA  Claudia1, BIANCHI Piermatteo1, SCHIRALDI  Massimiliano M. 1 ,   

  1. 1. The Engineering Faculty, Tor Vergata University, Rome 00189, Italy;
    2. The Institute of Economic Research, Guizhou University of Finance and Economics, Guiyang 550004, China
  • Received:2011-12-05 Revised:2013-02-18

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Abstract: The distribution of seed and tools definitively represents one of the most important interventions to guarantee disaster relief in developing countries. Several different approaches have been experimented: direct distribution, organization of seed fairs and, recently, attempts to restart a commercial sector of agriculture goods also have been pursued. Both the first and the last approaches imply the purchase and distribution of agriculture items, with the overall goal of providing populations with the right quantity of materials, minimizing the associated costs. Thus, it is important to adopt the proper inventory control policy in order to control the flow of goods between the various echelons in the supply chain. In this paper, for each product category, several multi-echelon polices are presented and tested through simulation. Moreover, a model minimizing the overall inventory cost, including transportation, administration and perishing cost is presented. Context parameters are derived from a case of a project implemented by F.A.O. in North Uganda.

Key words: emergency operations, humanitarian logistics, supply chain management, inventory management