Logistics Information Management: Volume 13 Issue 1


Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

Re‐engineering manufacturing processes through simulation modelling

Zahir Irani, Vlatka Hlupic, Lynne P. Baldwin, Peter E.D. Love

Previous research suggests that developing dynamic models of business processes prior to their radical change could increase the success of BPR projects. Identifies…

Simulation and analysis for the Kelang Container Terminal operations

Razman Mat Tahar, Khalid Hussain

Key issues of the application of modelling and simulation for the management of the Malaysian Kelang Container Terminal are discussed. The aim of the investigation is to…

Electronic trading in the supply chain: a holistic implementation framework

Kulwant S. Pawar, Helen Driva

Discusses the effect of electronic commerce on the management of the supply chain. Particular emphasis is placed on electronic data interchange (EDI). EDI has in the past…

Information investment in supply chain management

Sameer Prasad, Jasmine Tata

Organizations have been investing heavily in building information links with their suppliers and buyers in order to reduce costs, lead times and quality problems, and…

ISO 9001 model support for software process assessment

A.J. Walker, C. Gee

For most software companies, the pressure for process improvement arises from the direction of a recently released standard in the domain of process assessment and…

Revisiting the role of Internet‐EDI in the current electronic commerce scene

Rebecca Angeles

The electronic commerce (EC) marketplace is evolving so rapidly that the role of EDI, the technology that originally kickstarted the EC phenomenon to begin with, needs to…



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