Logistics Information Management: Volume 10 Issue 1

Category:

Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

Applying lean principles for high product variety and low volumes: some issues and propositions

Jay Jina, Arindam K. Bhattacharya, Andrew D. Walton

Much has been written and talked about on the subject of lean manufacturing (LM) since the idea was first defined by Womack, Jones and Roos. This has stimulated academics…

Logistics in Europe ‐ the vision and the reality

Denis O’Sullivan

Since the creation of the Single Market on 1 January 1993 there has been much discussion about the future of Europe and the significance of issues such as monetary union…

Electronically developed theory and procedure for distribution channel management via electronic data interchange linkage

James E. Ricks

Considers the growing importance of automatic data collection (ADC) and electronic data interchange (EDI) in logistics and distribution, and the need for an additional…

Logistics benchmarking as a competitive strategy: some insights

Prabir K. Bagchi

As companies strive to create better value for their customers in today’s competitive marketplace, managers are beginning to realize the important role logistics plays. As…

Delivering technology: a case study

Cindy Duffield

City Link is one of the UK’s largest business‐to‐business courier companies. Founded in 1969, it pioneered the concept of same day and next morning delivery services…

Integrated logistics information system in Korea

Kyungwoo Kang, Oh Kyoung Kwon

The transport infrastructure will provide the necessary capacity for freight movement and handling. However, the increase in the physical infrastructure alone is not a…

ISSN:

0957-6053

Renamed from:

Logistics World

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 2003

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited