Logistics Information Management: Volume 3 Issue 2

Category:

Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

THE STATUS OF EDI

A BEDLOW

Electronic data interchange is expected to grow globally at a compound annual rate of more than 50% between now and 1994. The European EDI market will jump four‐fold to…

EDI SOFTWARE

M PARFETT

The key factor in selecting EDI software is flexibility. Companies need this flexibility to adapt to the rapidly changing user requirements. This article reviews the…

LOGISTICS AND THE SINGLE MARKET

G BRICKELL

Information technology is already used to support manufacturing operations. In the future its most important role will be in managing the many and varied communications…

WORLD‐CLASS WAREHOUSING

J.A. WHITE

World‐class warehousing is examined and 10 dimensions for measuring world‐class performance are identified. For each measure, criteria for assigning world‐class ‘scores…

SERVICE PARTS MANAGEMENT

WE SHILL

Whether you market autos, computers or lawn mowers, superior parts management is likely to represent a significant opportunity to not only improve customer satisfaction…

MEETING CUSTOMER NEEDS

D ROBINSON

Logistics management systems will be a key to success in the 1990s. Understanding the role of information technology is vital to monitoring performance levels, quality of…

OPTIMISED AUTOMOTIVE LOGISTICS

R NATH, S SCHMIDT

The trend in the automotive industry is towards highly differentiated production of small lots. The authors discuss (optimising the supply and positioning of material for…

THE BAR‐CODE REVOLUTION

The Austin Company of UK Ltd is supervising the construction of a £6.3 million state‐of‐the‐art warehouse for Sandoz Products Ltd. To ensure that the pharmaceutical…

ISSN:

0957-6053

Renamed from:

Logistics World

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 2003

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited