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Pharmacy Medicine Case Studies

Pharmacy Medicine distribution

Constraints:

  • All deliveries start from central depot
  • Three series of deliveries per day:
    • at 10:00h (orders collected until 09:40)
    • at 13:00h (orders collected until 12:40)
    • at 16:00h (orders collected until 15:40)

All vehicles must return back to central depot, at least 20 minutes before start of next delivery i.e. 12:40 and 15:40. Vehicle capacity is defined as number of boxes. Order quantity per delivery location is expressed as number of delivery boxes. Delivery schedule should follow priorities of delivery orders:

  • Highest priority
  • Low priority
  • No priority

Unloading time is 3 minutes (average real time)

Results

  Before After
Delivery Start Time Number of Vehicles Total Distance Number of Vehicles Total Distance
10:00 9 334 Km 6 283 Km
13:00 8 343 Km 6 309 Km
15:00 4 199 Km 3 177 Km

Savings

  • Delivery at 10:00 – 33% less vehicles and 15% less km travelled
  • Delivery at 13:00 – 25% less vehicles and 10% less km travelled
  • Delivery at 16:00 – 25% less vehicles and 11% less km travelled

Bakery products distribution

Constraints

  • All deliveries start from central depot/bakery
  • Departure from central depot is dictated by production
  • Time interval available for delivery at customer location is specified by each customer
  • Vehicle capacity is defined as number of palettes
  • Order quantity per delivery location is expressed in number of palettes
  • Traffic patterns to be used for route calculation
  • Unloading time depends on quantity of palettes to be delivered
  Before After
Number of vehicles 12 12
Delivery locations 250 250
Total Distance 523 km 335 km

Savings in mileage: 35.95%

Newspaper Medicine Case Studies

Newspaper Distribution

Constraints

  • All deliveries start from central depot
  • Departure starts at 4:00 (exceptionally at 4:45) when newspapers are printed and packed for delivery
  • Time interval available for delivery at customer location is specified by each customer
  • Capacity of each vehicle is 1.1 tons
  • Order quantity per delivery location is expressed in kilograms
  • Average speed of vehicles is approximated to 30 km/h
  • Newspaper unloading time depends on delivery quantity

  Before After  
Delivery Locations Spread within the city
Start Time 4:00 4:45 4:00
Vehicle 6 6 4 (33% less)
Total Distance 218 km 157 km (28% less) 127 km (42% less)