Supply Chain Partner Selection of Offshore Oil Engineering in Fuzzy Environment: Modelling and Reviewing

Authors:Guo Liping

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The focus of supply chain management has shifted from the original local process optimization to the unified coordination of the entire supply chain. The nodal enterprises and links of the supply chain are no longer independent, but take maximizing the satisfaction of the final customer needs as the mutual goal. The selection of partners under supply chain conditions is to enhance the overall competitiveness of the supply chain, and the evaluation and selection of partners is the basis for the operation of the supply chain cooperation relationship. In this paper, fuzzy mathematics was used to solve the fuzzy uncertainty problem in decision-making and optimization of supply chain management of offshore oil engineering. The important task is to choose the appropriate upstream and downstream partners. First, define the enterprise fuzzy set and its eigenfunctions in the regional industry, and then build the supply chain partner output forecasting model, and finally select the supply chain partners of offshore oil engineering based on the output value.


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