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Abstract: Abstract: Today's world is becoming a global market in which boundaries are disappearing. One of the critical constraints is the accuracy of movement and storage for products, along the Supply Chain. Transportation, Distribution and Storage Logistics play a critical role in the Service Equation: Delivery Time, Place, Quantity and Cost. No...

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