Product and Service Design for Remanufacturing, Uncertainty and the Environmental Impact in the Closed-Loop Supply Chain Network
We propose a closed-loop supply chain network model, in which the manufacturers compete with each other to determine the production quantity and remanufactureability service level. The network equilibrium solution is presented by utilizing the theory of variational inequalities. The properties of the solution are discuss.
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