Logistics Information Management: Volume 4 Issue 3

Category:

Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

Erratum

This article has been withdrawn as it was published elsewhere and accidentally duplicated. The original article can be seen here: 10.1108/01443579110143449. When citing…

Tyre Manufacturing: Simplifying a Complex Production Planning and Scheduling Problem

Mario T. Tabucanon, Surat Petchratanaporn

The development and implementation of a production planning andscheduling model in tyre manufacturing is presented. The objective is tosimplify planning and scheduling…

Just‐in‐Time or Just the Same? Developments in the Auto Industry ‐The Retailers′ View

Richard Delbridge, Nick Oliver

Noting moves towards just‐in‐time production methods in the UKpassenger vehicle industry, the impact of such moves at the retail anddistribution end of the supply chain is…

The Human Face of MIS

Vincent‐Wayne Mitchell

The use of organisms as a parallel to enable better understandingof organisations has been used infrequently in marketing. The organismicmetaphor is brought to the…

Erratum

This article has been withdrawn as it was published elsewhere and accidentally duplicated. The original article can be seen here: 10.1108/02652329110144460. When citing…

Security and Fraud: Strategies for Prevention and Detection

Geoffrey Harris

Most organisations have neither clear security objectives nor aserious, integrated approach to security. This may leave them eitherunder protected, or at the prey of…

Achieving and Maintaining Logistics Leadership: Logistics Organisations of the Future

Donald J. Bowersox, Patricia J. Daugherty

Attributes of leadership in logistics management today are reviewedand likely characteristics of leading logistical organisations of thefuture are suggested. Leading firms…

ISSN:

0957-6053

Renamed from:

Logistics World

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 2003

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited