A MODEL SUGGESTION TO DETERMINE THE ORDER QUANTITY IN SUPPLIER SELECTION PROBLEMS
In this study, a model is suggested to determine the supplier selection for the firms which works with more than one supplier. AHP is used to give weights to the criteria and the alternatives. Today, firms want to develop different kind of strategies to outclass their oppenent. Firms can move faster because of these strategies. In this study, a mathematical model is suggested to obtain products more quickly and determine how much you need to order from the supplier. In the model, difference from other studies in literature, distance of firms to suppliers is considered. Model is applied in a real system and five scenarios were tested to determine the order quantity. The current situation and the results were compared by calculating the order cost of the created scenarios.
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