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In the industrial sector, in order to increase the company's competitive profit and ratio, must be able to suppress as much expenditure as possible. Product distribution is one of the logistics processes in the industry which consumes the most costs. Products must be distributed to customers in different locations and also with varying requests. The problem belongs to Capacitated Vehicle Routing Problem (CVRP) that is considered as one of the complex combinatorial optimization problems included in the NP-Hard Problem category, which is a problem that requires difficult computation and a lot of time along with the increasing size of the problem data. So, in this study improvisation will be carried out in the form of modifying the simulated annealing method to solve the combinatorial problem so that the optimal distance in the case of distribution will be obtained. In addition, in this study a comparison will be made between basic simulated annealing and also improved simulated annealing. Based on the results of the research it is proven that Improved Simulated Annealing can provide a better solution.
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