Assessing Sustainability in the Shipbuilding Supply Chain 4.0: A Systematic Review
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Autor/esRamirez-Peña, Magdalena; Abad Fraga, Francisco J.; Salguero Gómez, Jorge; Batista Ponce, Moisés
Departamento/sIngeniería Mecánica y Diseño Industrial
FuenteSustainability 2020, 12(16), 6373
The supply chain is currently taking on a very important role in organizations seeking to improve the competitiveness and profitability of the company. Its transversal character mainly places it in an unbeatable position to achieve this role. This article, through a study of each of the key enabling technologies of Industry 4.0, aims to obtain a general overview of the current state of the art in shipbuilding adapted to these technologies. To do so, a systematic review of what the scientific community says is carried out, dividing each of the technologies into different categories. In addition, the global vision of countries interested in each of the enabling technologies is also studied. Both studies present a general vision to the companies of the concerns of the scientific community, thus encouraging research on the subject that is focused on the sustainability of the shipbuilding supply chain.