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2021

The omnichannel strategy in portuguese companies: an overview

Autores
Alves S.; Da Fonseca M.J.S.; Garcia J.E.; De Oliveira L.C.; Teixeira A.;

Publicação
Iberian Conference on Information Systems and Technologies, CISTI

Abstract

2021

ENHANCING ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY AND E-COMMERCE DELIVERIES THROUGH THE USE OF EPP BOXES IN A DARKSTORE

Autores
Pintado E.; de Oliveira L.C.; Garcia J.E.;

Publicação
Proceedings of the 16th International Symposium on Operational Research in Slovenia, SOR 2021

Abstract
An unprecedented outbreak pandemic caused disruption around the world. It had a strong impact on economic sector. Although, the pandemic accelerated the growth of e-commerce for specific categories as food retailer. As a result, several companies restructured their structures, in terms of IT and operations. During the first confinement, the operations and the website of SONAE MC were not prepared for the increase that existed due to the pandemic, COVID-19, causing disruption in the supply chain and long lead times. In this paper, it is explained how SONAE MC reduced its dependence on refrigerated vehicles, simplifying operations and reducing the costs of transporting products from online orders in vehicles with cargo space able to transport positive cold food and negative cold. It is also explained how innovation has ensured that products continue to be transported with quality and safety to all customers of the SONAE MC Darkstore. The result was the implementation of the proposed solution which may grow technologically once information and equipment are available.

2019

Environmental Factors Influencing the Adoption of Digitalization Technologies in Automotive Supply Chains

Autores
Simoes, A; Oliveira, L; Rodrigues, JC; Simas, O; Dalmarco, G; Barros, AC;

Publicação
2019 IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION (ICE/ITMC)

Abstract
Previous literature shows that there are different environmental factors with different impacts on the adoption of technologies in a supply chain context. Thus, the adoption of technologies in supply chains may vary according to different environmental factors. Despite the existence of several studies about adoption of technologies in supply chain contexts that include environmental factors, there is a gap in identifying which environmental factors influence the adoption of digitalization technologies in supply chains. The purpose of this study is therefore to identify and analyze the environmental factors that influence the adoption of digitalization technologies in the supply chain. An exploratory qualitative research was conducted using semi-structured interviews with Portuguese managers of companies at several tiers of the automotive supply chain. Environmental factors were pointed as particularly critical drivers to promote the adoption of digitalization technologies in the automotive supply chain. Such adoption is mainly driven by the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), through coercive and normative pressures over the other tiers of the supply chain. Relevant factors identified are: Compliance with standards and legislation, market and industry pressures, and benchmark the evolution of supply chain partners. This study contributes to the literature with new knowledge concerning new specificities of the environmental factors that showed an important influence on the adoption decision. © 2019 IEEE.

2012

Uncertainty in supply chain design for the automotive industry

Autores
Lia Coelho Oliveira; João Claro; Jorge Pinho de Sousa

Publicação
POM2012 - 4th Production and Operations Management World Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Abstract

2009

Optimização de Fluxos Inbound num TIER2 da Indústria Automóvel

Autores
Lia Coelho Oliveira; Manuel C. Figueiredo; Rui M. Lima

Publicação
Actas de IO 2009 - 14º Congresso da APDIO - Vencer Novos Desafios nos Transportes e Mobilidade!, Lisboa, Portugal

Abstract
Na actualidade, as organizações industriais direccionam cada vez mais esforços para o controlo e redução de custos como forma de responder à crescente competitividade dos mercados. Este trabalho é direccionado para a redução dos custos logísticos, mais concretamente apresenta um modelo que pretende reduzir os custos associados à recolha de matérias-primas (Fluxos Inbound) numa empresa TIER2 da indústria automóvel. A redução destes custos torna o preço do produto final mais apetecível aos olhos do consumidor. O trabalho desenvolvido pretende dar um contributo inovador no âmbito desta área de investigação, propondo um modelo que permite construir circuitos de recolha da matéria-prima e avaliar a sua eficiência. No âmbito deste estudo analisaramse alguns algoritmos de optimização de rotas de veículos que serviram de base à construção de um sistema de apoio à elaboração das rotas.