5th International Conference in Industrial and Mechanical Engineering and Operations Management (IMEOM)

A Possibility Degree Method For Ranking A Selected Supplier

Oumaima ZARHAOUI, Kenza OUFASKA, Achraf Haibi, Mustapha Oudani & Khalid EL YASSINI
Publisher: IEOM Society International
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Track: Supply Chain Management

In the last years, the problem of selecting suppliers with an environmental aspect has been the focus of many researchers.

Today's companies have realized that a good choice of suppliers according to well-defined criteria constitutes a substantial advantage. To be competitive and respond to quickly changing markets, more flexibility is required. Selecting suppliers is a multi-step process that involves finding, evaluating, and ultimately contracting with potential vendors. The final decision will be based on a variety of aspects, including price, quality, dependability, and customer service. There are several criteria to consider when selecting a supplier, including both qualitative and quantitative ones. This problem can never be solved without the application of an MCDM approach.

In this research work, a detailed analysis on the choice and selection criteria of sustainable suppliers is presented, highlighting the methodology of Possibility degree of green and sustainable supplier selection. A matrice-based system is used to rank all the options, and the best is chosen. Finally, the proposed method is tested on a case study in

In the last years, the problem of selecting suppliers with an environmental aspect has been the focus of many researchers.

Today's companies have realized that a good choice of suppliers according to well-defined criteria constitutes a substantial advantage. To be competitive and respond to quickly changing markets, more flexibility is required. Selecting suppliers is a multi-step process that involves finding, evaluating, and ultimately contracting with potential vendors. The final decision will be based on a variety of aspects, including price, quality, dependability, and customer service. There are several criteria to consider when selecting a supplier, including both qualitative and quantitative ones. This problem can never be solved without the application of an MCDM approach.

In this research work, a detailed analysis on the choice and selection criteria of sustainable suppliers is presented, highlighting the methodology of Possibility degree of green and sustainable supplier selection. A matrice-based system is used to rank all the options, and the best is chosen. Finally, the proposed method is tested on a case study in the automotive industry based in Morocco to determine its feasibility and applicability. This research will also allow us to refine existing practices and get insight into the future.

Published in: 5th International Conference in Industrial and Mechanical Engineering and Operations Management (IMEOM), Dhaka, Bangladesh

Publisher: IEOM Society International
Date of Conference: December 26-27, 2022

ISBN: 979-8-3507-0541-6
ISSN/E-ISSN: 2691-7726