Logistics Information Management: Volume 2 Issue 4

Category:

Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

IT IN LOGISTICS

DAVID ROBINSON

Information Technology and Logistics needs are converging, as David Robinson argues.

EDI GAINS CREDIBILITY

JOHN HARTLEY

With new gateways between networks, better understanding of the standards, and the potential in transfer of CAD/CAM data, EDI is becoming an important tool in logistics.

EDI: Into a growth phase?

STEPHEN McCLELLAND

As the latest conference demonstrated, EDI is no longer just a passing business fad to be tolerated before moving onto something else which is the flavour of the month. It…

MANAGING STRATEGIC LEAD TIMES

MARTIN CHRISTOPHER, ALAN BRAITHWAITE

Time is a business commodity which has an enormous opportunity cost. Yet normal business controls make no attempt to value or identify the scale or nature of this. In this…

MAKING SUPPLY MANAGEMENT STRATEGIC

A new book gives some clues about how to revolutionise the manufacturer‐supplier partnership, as Stephen McClelland reports.

IS THE BEST YET TO COME?

STEPHEN McCLELLAND

In a special report, Logistics Information Management looks in depth at developments in Japanese logistics and productivity techniques. As Stephen McClelland explains, in…

FRANCE ADOPTS LA LOGISTIQUE

ANNA KOCHAN

The third French forum on production, IT, logistics and transport, Productilog, took place in Paris in mid October.

LOGISTICS DOWN UNDER

BRIAN OSWELL

Logistical planning in Australia is a demanding task, but the challenges and fierce heat of competition has produced companies that can take on the world.

JIT APPROACHES IN PLASTICS PROCESSING

A.K. KOCHHAR, M.R. TEE

As two experts explain, JIT properly organised can make a real competitive edge possible, especially when backed up by appropriate information technology.

ISSN:

0957-6053

Renamed from:

Logistics World

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 2003

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited