Logistics Information Management: Volume 9 Issue 1


Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

A manager’s guide to electronic data interchange: doing business on the information superhighway

Leon A. Kappelman, Thomas C. Richards, Ray J. Tsai

Provides an introduction to EDI for those managers who are new to the field and wish to know more about it. Covers what EDI is, how it works and the technology involved…

CALS ‐ a strategy for business engineering

Elaine F. Litman

CALS is a strategy developed by government and industry over the past ten years to use information technology and international standards to enable improvements in…

Design for support and support the design: integrated logistic support ‐ the business case

Iain Galloway

The cost of supporting multi‐million‐pound military systems and equipment during the “in‐service” phase is now often well in excess of two‐thirds of the total cost of…

Enabling time‐based strategy through logistics ‐ using time to competitive advantage

Richard D. Wilding, J. Michael Newton

A definition recently proposed by the Institute of Logistics states that: “Logistics is the time‐related positioning of resources”. Experience indicates that major…

Developing logistics potential through people

David Granville

The successful business in the 1990s and beyond will be a user of highly trained, flexible people as the principal means of adding value. Workforce training and constant…


This article has been withdrawn as it was published elsewhere and accidentally duplicated. The original article can be seen here: 10.1108/09600039510089703. When citing…



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