Logistics Information Management: Volume 10 Issue 2


Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

Order completion accuracy ‐ a pragmatic approach

Michael Galley

The practice of measuring the efficacy and error rates in meeting customers’ orders is often restricted to the single activity of order picking. Extends the view that…

Supply‐chain operations reference model (SCOR): the first cross‐industry framework for integrated supply‐chain management

Gordon Stewart

The supply‐chain operations reference model (SCOR) is the first cross‐industry framework for evaluating and improving enterprise‐wide supply‐chain performance and…

How to implement activity‐based costing

Joon Jong No, Brian H. Kleiner

As the manufacturing environment moves to computer‐integrated manufacturing and the products that are manufactured are diverse, conventional cost systems can report…

Information technology in logistics: a Spanish perspective

Gil Gutiérrez, Alfonso Durán

Looks at empirically evaluated information technology (IT) utilization in the logistics process in the Spanish detergents and electrical appliances sectors, focusing on…

Re‐engineering knowledge logistics

Gordon Wills, Mathew Wills

Describes the key elements of total logistics systems and their cycle times for requisite service levels at least cost. Shows how these constructs originally emerged from…



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Logistics World

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1989 – 2003

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Emerald Publishing Limited