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Research on Green Transformation of Logistics Distribution Path Planning

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DOI: 10.23977/infse.2023.040407 | Downloads: 3 | Views: 118


Xiaoyu Xu 1, Xuelian Guo 1, Yuanyuan Li 1, Xuefeng Liu 1


1 Business School, Shandong University of Technology, Zibo, Shandong, 255000, China

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Xiaoyu Xu


In response to the call of national low-carbon emission reduction, green transformation has become the key to the development of logistics enterprises. In order to reasonably plan the logistics distribution path and realize the coordinated progress of economic benefits and environmental protection goals, this paper monetizes the carbon emissions in the logistics distribution process and converts them into green costs into the accounting of the total distribution costs. The vehicle path model is constructed with the goal of minimizing the total cost. The actual operation data of the logistics enterprise is input into the ant colony algorithm designed by MATLAB software, and the optimal path arrangement and cost of logistics distribution are obtained by solving the model. The research of this paper provides reference for the green transformation of logistics enterprise distribution path, and hopes to provide enlightenment for the sustainable development of logistics enterprises.


Logistics distribution path, green transformation, ant colony algorithm


Xiaoyu Xu, Xuelian Guo, Yuanyuan Li, Xuefeng Liu, Research on Green Transformation of Logistics Distribution Path Planning. Information Systems and Economics (2023) Vol. 4: 62-69. DOI:


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