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Assessing Physical Internet potential for Humanitarian Supply Chains

Abstract : Nowadays, Humanitarian Supply Chain stakes are changing drastically, implying a need for new methods and tools. One of the most promising evolution is definitively "Physical Internet". The current research work investigates how to assess the potential benefits and limits of using the Physical Internet paradigm within Humanitarian Supply Chains. Practically, the proposal provides (i) a systems engineering-oriented framework and (ii) a set of specific modeling features. This contribution will allow assessing efficiently and accurately, impacts of Physical Internet in Humanitarian context. Finally, the paper develops avenues for further research based on the proposal.
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Manon Grest, Matthieu Lauras, Benoit Montreuil. Assessing Physical Internet potential for Humanitarian Supply Chains. HICSS 2021 - 54th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Jan 2021, Kauai, Hawaii Online, United States. pp.2048-2056. ⟨hal-03095570⟩



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