Location Analysis of Chain Supermarket Distribution Center Based on CFLP

Xiaofeng SHANG, Hong JIANG, Xiaoli XIAO, Tianyu LIU

Abstract


The number of stores operated by chain supermarkets is large, and the distribution of goods has the characteristics of low delivery volume and multiple delivery times. Logistics transportation costs account for a large proportion of operating costs. Establishing distribution centers is an effective measure to reduce operating costs. Through large-scale distribution, the chain supermarket distribution center can centrally manage the inventory of goods and distribute them to each store, thereby improving the distribution efficiency. This paper analyzes the influencing factors of the location of chain convenience supermarket distribution center, and then qualitatively analyzes the actual situation of the location object, determines the initial location plan, and establishes the CFLP model to solve the problem of the location selection of the chain supermarket distribution center.


Keywords


Chain convenience supermarket; Distribution center location; CFLP model; Influencing factors

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