DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14483/23448393.15975

Publicado:

2021-05-30

Número:

Vol. 26 Núm. 2 (2021): Mayo-Agosto

Sección:

Ingeniería Industrial

Retos en el modelado de la trazabilidad en las cadenas de suministro de alimentos

Retos en el modelado de la trazabilidad en las cadenas de suministro de alimentos

Challenges in the modeling of traceability in food supply chains

Autores/as

Palabras clave:

Cadena de suministro de alimentos, sistemas de trazabilidad, modelado de la trazabilidad, gestión, optimización, simulación (es).

Palabras clave:

Food supply chain, traceability systems, traceability modelling, management, optimization models, simulation (en).

Resumen (es)

Contexto: Los intereses en los hábitos alimentarios de los consumidores ha vuelto relevante el acceso a la información relacionada con un producto, donde toma relevancia la trazabilidad en la cadena de suministro de alimentos (TCSA).

Método: Para identificar los principales focos problemáticos y los retos a enfrentar en los sistemas de trazabilidad y el modelado de la TCSA,  se realizó una revisión sistemática de la literatura en la que se analizaron 60 artículos y se presentaron diferentes taxonomías sobre modelos de gestión, modelos de optimización y modelos de simulación, luego una hipótesis del comportamiento dinámico es propuesta para entender los retos en el modelado de trazabilidad en las cadenas de suministro de alimentos (CSA).

Resultados: Se identificaron limitaciones en el tipo de decisiones analizadas (tácticas y operativas), asimetrías en el flujo de información entre eslabones, falta de modelos robustos, relevancia de la gestión de la información como instrumento de integración, vacíos en la medición de políticas de gestión tecnológica en la trazabilidad, la necesidad de modelos holísticos y brechas en la relación entre trazabilidad y sostenibilidad.

Conclusiones: Hace falta el desarrollo de modelos basados en la gestión de tecnologías, sistemas de trazabilidad que faciliten las relaciones y los flujos entre los diferentes actores, el desarrollo de modelos de gestión logística sostenible que involucren la trazabilidad, la utilización de enfoques multi-criterio relacionado múltiples eslabones y cuantificar diferentes medidas de desempeño de la CSA para maximizar los beneficios de la trazabilidad mediante modelos multi-objetivo.

Resumen (en)

Context:  Due to changes in the interest of consumers where access to information has become increasingly relevant, food supply chain traceability (CSFT) has acquired a significant importance.

Method: Main issues and challenges in traceability conceptualization in the development of traceability systems and the traceability modelling of food supply chain such as management models, optimization models and simulation models have been identified in this paper, for this purpose it analyzed more than sixty (60) papers and it was shown different taxonomies about them, then a dynamic behavior hypothesis is proposed to understand the challenges in the modeling of traceability in food supply chain (FSC).

Results: The literature review identifies limitations in the type of decisions analyzed, asymmetries of the information flow between echelons; lack of robust model, relevance of data management as an instrument of integration among the actors; gaps in the measurement of technology management policies in traceability; the need of holistic models and gaps in the relationship between traceability and sustainability.

Conclusions: It is necessary technologies management which improve track and trace characteristics and contribute to the relations and flows between actors, the development of sustainable logistics management models that involve traceability, the use of multi-criteria approaches related to multiple levels and / or echelons to and finally quantify different measures of FSC performance to maximize benefits of traceability through multiobjective models.

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Maya, T., Orjuela Castro, J. A., & Herrera, M. M. (2021). Retos en el modelado de la trazabilidad en las cadenas de suministro de alimentos: Retos en el modelado de la trazabilidad en las cadenas de suministro de alimentos. Ingeniería, 26(2). https://doi.org/10.14483/23448393.15975

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Maya T, Orjuela Castro JA, Herrera MM. Retos en el modelado de la trazabilidad en las cadenas de suministro de alimentos: Retos en el modelado de la trazabilidad en las cadenas de suministro de alimentos. Ing. [Internet]. 30 de mayo de 2021 [citado 15 de junio de 2021];26(2). Disponible en: https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/reving/article/view/15975

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