An effective logistic route can have a huge impact on air pollution, carbon footprint, and conclusively the prices of goods and services. In this experiment, by calculating the similar type of services that are within reach, we can calculate how many establishments/shops that operates in the same sector that can have one single route for logistics.

In 21st century, logistics plays a vital role in connecting cities, countries and continents around the globe. It has a function of integration in global supply chain management, which means, logistics contains a complete set of integrated activities including, freight transport, information sharing and inventory storage with members of supply chain (Khan et al. 2018).

Nowadays, as consumption and production are growing enormously fast, companies are seeking for costs reduction aimed at ensuring competitiveness. In manufacturing companies, supply chain expenses play a colossal role in the cost of the final product.

Logistic Route Optimization Analysis is a project of IaaC, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia developed at Master in City & Technology in (2019/2021) by:
Student: Aryo Dhaneswara
Faculties: Eugenio Bettucchi & Iacopo Neri