Horizontal collaboration could increase logistics cost savings by bundling orders and reducing empty vehicle trips. However, many barriers still impede a widespread adoption of horizontal collaboration in logistics. Among the various barriers, 'determining and dividing' gains among the collaborating partners has proved to be a challenging task. Cooperative game theory (CGT) provides a framework to determine and divide these gains. This paper is focussed on the implementation of the CGT method Shapley value to allocate cost savings and understand scalability issues which FMCG companies may face when collaborating on road freight transport flows.
|Published - 3 Jul 2017
|24th Annual EurOMA Conference 2017 - Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Duration: 1 Jul 2017 → 5 Jul 2017
|24th Annual EurOMA Conference 2017
|1/07/17 → 5/07/17