Logistics Information Management: Volume 6 Issue 1


Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

EDI, EFT and Implications for Banks

Paul F. Takac

Aims to facilitate a clearer understanding of the issues involvedin formulating and implementing an electronic data interchange (EDI)strategy. In particular, analyses the…

Just‐in‐Time Manufacturing and Material Handling Trends

Louis Giust

Describes the evolution, concept and strategies of just‐in‐time(JIT) manufacturing, focusing on the application of material handlingwithin a JIT environment. Argues that a…


This article has been withdrawn as it was published elsewhere and accidentally duplicated. The original article can be seen here: 10.1108/EUM0000000000643. When citing the…

Time‐based Performance Measurement: A Model to Aid Competitive Restructuring

R.C. Barker

Manufacturing organizations are now being exposed to world classvalue‐adding standards; therefore restructuring frameworks are requiredthat identify weakness and guide…

Information: The Key to Europe

James Cooper

Reports on some provisional findings of a Delphi study, canvassingthe views of experts in six countries on how they see logistics in tenyears′ time. Focuses on three main…

Integrated Transport

R.C. Horsley

Transport is only one part of logistics and logistics itself isdefined as the management of the entire supply chain. Gives an overviewof UK perceptions about transport…

The Supply Chain Game

Peter Horscroft

Describes the development of a computer‐based game, “TheSupply Chain Game”, designed to allow teams of managers toexperience the management of a multi‐level supply chain…



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