Reprint

Sustainable Industrial Engineering along Product-Service Life Cycle/Supply Chain

Edited by
August 2021
474 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1487-1 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1488-8 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Sustainable Industrial Engineering along Product-Service Life Cycle/Supply Chain that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
Summary
Sustainable industrial engineering addresses the sustainability issue from economic, environmental, and social points of view. Its application fields are the whole value chain and lifecycle of products/services, from the development to the end-of-life stages. This book aims to address many of the challenges faced by industrial organizations and supply chains to become more sustainable through reinventing their processes and practices, by continuously incorporating sustainability guidelines and practices in their decisions, such as circular economy, collaboration with suppliers and customers, using information technologies and systems, tracking their products’ life-cycle, using optimization methods to reduce resource use, and to apply new management paradigms to help mitigate many of the wastes that exist across organizations and supply chains. This book will be of interest to the fast-growing body of academics studying and researching sustainability, as well as to industry managers involved in sustainability management.
Format
  • Hardback
License
© 2022 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
Keywords
information and communication technologies; green supply chain; update and sustainable; sustainability; green supply chain; green degree; game model; sustainable supplier selection; DEMATEL; ANP; fuzzy VIKOR; IVTFN; hybrid information aggregation; TBL theory; energy intensity; income; education; eco-efficiency; circular economy; equipment development task; foreseeable rework; hidden rework; uncertainty; complexity; blockchain; supply chain; green supply chain; use cases; applications; quality level; supply chain; reliability demonstration test; Bayesian approach; conjugacy; beta-binomial distribution; sequential sampling; one-shot devices; finite population; express delivery service; last mile delivery; pricing; collaboration; market share; reverse supply chain; collection strategy; waste mobile phones; evolutionary game theory; evolution mechanism; reward-penalty mechanism; ammunition incineration; down-cycling; energetic material recycling; industrial ecology; life-cycle assessment; cap-and-trade; production; carbon emissions reduction; consumers’ environmental preferences; newsvendor model; Lean Manufacturing; Industry 4.0; sustainability; economic; environmental; and social; structure equations modeling; sustainable global supply chain; single- and multi-objective optimization method; sustainability design constraint; software application; real case study; circular economy; pulp and paper industry; comparative index; cross-country analysis; JIT implementation; suppliers in JIT; operational benefits; human factor in JIT; material flow; structural equation model; carbon credit; eco-efficiency; environmental cost accounting; pyrolysis; solid waste; vendor selection; product life cycle; multi-objective linear programming; multi-choice goal programming; additive manufacturing; social change; social impacts; 3D printing; rapid prototyping; recycling investment strategy; demand uncertainty; Stochastic nonlinear Programming; Monte-Carlo based sample average approximation method; memetic algorithm; industrial symbiosis; potential industrial symbiosis; sustainability; eco-industrial parks; circular economy; sustainable supply chain management; research methods; scientific production; metrics; indicators