Logistics Information Management: Volume 5 Issue 1


Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

Logistics Information Systems: The Importance of an Enterprise Perspective

Arthur Wasik

The move towards higher levels of customer service necessary todefend market share has come at a time when the economic climate hashighlighted the need to reduce logistics…

New Developments in Project Scheduling

Fritz P. Egger, Brian H. Kleiner

Examines project scheduling advances in a job‐shop or order‐drivenenvironment. Scheduling is an important part of the project managementprocess. Some antiquated ideas…


This article has been withdrawn as it was published elsewhere and accidentally duplicated. The original article can be seen here: 10.1108/00251749110136136. When citing…

Supplier Certification: Concepts and Techniques

T. Hillman Willis, C. Richard Huston

Outlines a supplier certification programme – a structuredprocedure for evaluating suppliers to determine if performance warrantsa special partnership agreement. Close…

Implementing Advanced Manufacturing Technology: Factors Critical to Success

Amrik S. Sohal, Mohini Singh

Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (AMTs) present a majorchallenge for managers; that is, the successful adoption andimplementation of AMT and the translating of…

Logistics Leadership – Logistics Organizations of the Future

Donald J. Bowersox, Patricia J. Daugherty

Reports on recent research on “leading edge” firms,which shows that logistics plays an important role in a firm′scompetitiveness. Details the evolution of advanced…



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Logistics World

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 2003

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Emerald Publishing Limited