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Volume 207, 2018International Conference on Metal Material Processes and Manufacturing (ICMMPM 2018)
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|Published online||18 September 2018|
Economic-engineering design for logistics infrastructure routing
Department of Civil Technology and Architecture, Faculty of Industrial Technology, Muban Chombueng Rajabhat University, MCRU 70150, Thailand
2 Department of Manufacturing Technology, Faculty of Industrial Technology, Muban Chombueng Rajabhat University, MCRU 70150, Thailand
3 National Metal and Materials Technology Center 12120, Thailand
4 Bureau of Location and Design, Department of Highway, Ministry of Transport 10400, Thailand
a Corresponding author: email@example.com
The existing transport route starting from Lamchabang seaport - Bangkok - Nakhonpathom province was studied in the terms of logistic and supply chain. This work, the new route starting from Ratchaburi-SuanphuangChong-Tagobon border will be studied which will be promoted to be the new transportation and transfer of goods route from Thailand to Myanmar via Chong-Tagobon border checkpoint, Ratchaburi province to the Highway No.9 of Myanmar. The study focuses on the possibility of infrastructure and logistic system of Ratchaburi province selected as the center of goods distribution. There are two optional routes that are studied. The first route starts from km. 0+0.000 – km. 91+174 with a total distance of 91.174 kilometers. The second route starts from km. 0+0.000 – km. 93+219 with a total distance of 93.219 kilometers. For the analysis in format of engineering and economics found that Route No.1 is more appropriate to use as the transport route for connecting the economics between Thailand-Myanmar borders. The value of the investment in logistic infrastructure (road) is approximately 3,612 million baths.
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