Logistics Information Management: Volume 14 Issue 3

Category:

Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

Service‐controlled agile logistics

J.T.W. Damen

Current logistics systems are unable to react fast enough to rapidly changing environments, mainly because they are heavily focused on the goods handling processes. To…

Utilizing RISKOptimizer to manage quality performance

Roy L. Nersesian, Marvin D. Troutt, G. Jay Weinroth

New software products are now available that offer solutions to operational problems that could not be handled by traditional linear programming. The problem of quality…

A comparison of just‐in‐time inventory and the quantity discount model in retail outlets

Seyed‐Mahmoud Aghazadeh

The inventory management system of a discount retail store was examined. A just‐in‐time inventory management model and a quantity discount model were used to determine the…

Implementing virtual teamworking: Part 2 – a literature review

Jay Bal, P.K. Teo

This paper is the second of a three‐part series in which the authors identify best practice for implementing virtual teamworking to aid concurrent engineering. Part 1…

Analysis of consumer characteristics which influence the determinants of buying decisions by the logistic regression model

Rauf Nisel

The aim is to discover the significance of the motives that lead to differences in consumers’ decision making and also to identify the characteristics of consumers which…

ISSN:

0957-6053

Renamed from:

Logistics World

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 2003

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited