Biomass supply chain event management


  • Dimitris Folinas
  • D. D. Bochtis Aarhus University, Department of Biosystems Engineering
  • C. G. Sørensen Aarhus University
  • Remigio Berruto Faculty of Agriculture, University of Turin



D. K. Folinas1, D. D. Bochtis2, C. G. Sørensen2, P. Busato3

(1. ATEI Thessaloniki, Department of Logistics, Greece;

2. Department of Biosystems Engineering, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Aarhus University, Blichers Alle´ 20, P.O. box 50;   

3. DEIAFA Department,Faculty of Agriculture, University of Turin, Via Leonardo da Vinci 44, 10095, Grugliasco, Turin, Italy)


Abstract: The biomass supply chain constitutes a system that is highly dynamic and stochastic.  The developed and proposed systems architectures for the management of the supply chains of typical industrial products do not directly apply to the case of the biomass supply chain.

Author Biographies

Dimitris Folinas

Associate Proffesor

Department of Logistics

ATEI Thessaloniki

D. D. Bochtis, Aarhus University, Department of Biosystems Engineering

Aarhus University, 

Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, 

Department of Biosystems Engineering, Blichers Alle´ 20, 

P.O. box 50,

Remigio Berruto, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Turin

Prof. Remigio Berruto, Ph.D. Logistics and Modelling 

University of Turin, Faculty of Agriculture, DEIAFA Department Via Leonardo da Vinci 44, 10095, Grugliasco, Turin, Italy

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V-Management, Ergonomics and Systems Engineering