#### Authors:

Jajji Singla,Gourav Gupta,Mohit Kumar Kakkar,#### DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.spl.11/2024.05.00006#### Keywords:

trapezoidal uncertain number,two-stage uncertain transportation problem,optimal transportation cost solution,#### Abstract

Transportation problems are one of the most important classes of linear programming problems. This manages a product's transportation from its point of origin to its final destination. The primary objective is to meet destination requirements while minimizing shipping expenses. This work presents a two-stage fuzzy transportation cost-related problem and uses a parametric approach to derive a fuzzy solution. A novel method is suggested to address a two-phase fuzzy transportation issue where the transport cost is expressed in terms of fuzzy trapezoidal figures. This approach is particularly effective because it is easy to comprehend. By supporting decision-makers during the process and offering a simple and cost-effective solution, the suggested strategy assists decision-makers with logistics-related problems#### Refference:

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