DESIGN OF A LOGISTIC MODEL TO HAVE OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVEMENT IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE SUPPLY CHAINS OF SOME ORGANIZATIONS OF THE MEXICO STATE, FROM THE INFERENCE OF GOOD PRACTICES

Celia Nanci Torres Ángeles, Atanacio Villalba Garcia, Gabriela Gaviño Ortiz, Juan Carlos Baltazar Escalona

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At present, international companies have a 3PL and 4PL logistics system, where thanks to these systems they have been able to
position themselves very well in the market. Logistics is a very important tool for organizations because through the distribution
of the supply chain they control, the movements, times, preserves, storage and delivery of the product to the customer. The
reason for conducting this chapter is to have an alternative logistic model from the shortest route through network optimization
as support in organizations, to reduce costs and waiting time for the product or service to its customers. In this analysis you can
find a synthesis of the historical development of the main concepts of logistics, as well as their similarities and main differences
of the 3PL and 4PL systems, making a review of the proposal from points of view of a location to several destinations in the
same state and looking for the shortest route in a feasible and efficient way.
To then implant in the organizations of the state with 1PL and 2PL logistic stratum. Where they can increase their logistics level
to 3PL or later to 4PL, using a shorter route model with Dijkstra's algorithm in their supply chain.
KEY WORDS: logistics, shortest route, Dijkstra algorithm, optimization, transport, distribution.
MSC: 90B22

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