Logistics Information Management: Volume 4 Issue 4


Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents


This article has been withdrawn as it was published elsewhere and accidentally duplicated. The original article can be seen here: 10.1108/09590559010144765. When citing…

Local Authorities’ Use of Geographical Information Systems

Vincent‐Wayne Mitchell

A new census was carried out in 1991 and local authorities will bekeen to analyse the changes which have occurred since the last census.Their analysis will be helped by…

Expert Systems for Site Location Decisions

Bruce Curry, Luiz Moutinho

Considers the scope for applying expert system techniques to assistin decisions regarding site location. Begins with a review of thetheoretical literature and assesses the…

Article Numbering: Language for Business

Andrew Osborne

States that companies can reduce their costs and increase theirsales by improving control over their supply chains and that thisrequires good quality information and…

Cost/Benefit Analysis of a JIT Supply System in a Car‐assembly Plant

R. Fabry, L. Gelders

Describes Ford′s plans to replace the supply system at its largestcar‐assembly plant by a full JIT‐type of supply system where linkageswith suppliers are controlled by a…

Identification and Application of a Bin Management System

Fiona S. Jessop

Describes a case study at Australian Paper Manufacturers (APM),where several changes in systems and practices led to efficiencyimprovements. The problem faced was the need…



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Logistics World

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1989 – 2003

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Emerald Publishing Limited