Logistics Information Management: Volume 9 Issue 3

Category:

Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

The role of supply‐chain re‐engineering in the pharmaceutical industry

Rupert Booth

Analyses the role of supply‐chain management in the pharmaceutical industry. Uses the pharmaceutical industry as a case study since it is an industry undergoing…

Methods of inventory monitoring and measurement

R.L. Ballard

Looks at how inventory can best be monitored and measured in the warehouse. Includes finding out what has to be monitored and measured; a closer look at stock counting;…

Logistics information’s role within an IT systems architecture in a world‐class organization

Bonn‐Oh Kim, Sang M. Lee

To compete successfully, organizations pursue the status of the world‐class organizations (WCO). A WCO is defined as the best in its class, or as good as its best global…

Dynamic distribution planning techniques: progressive logistics optimization for manufacturers

Neil Hooper

Discusses new distribution planning techniques which take advantage of state‐of‐the‐art software packages. Compares and contrasts new planning techniques against…

Integrated logistic support ‐ the Fleet Air Arm IT programme: problems, challenges and opportunities

D.P. Lashbrooke, J.D. Stratton

Describes the integrated logistics IT programme recently introduced in the Fleet Air Arm. This is part of a wider strategy to introduce improved management techniques…

Object‐oriented software for distributors

Michael Dunkerley, Mark Bradley

Looks at the specific software needed for distribution companies in particular as opposed to that needed for manufacturing companies in general. Details the software needs…

Spreadsheet selection: good luck or good management?

Andrew Robson, Jonathan Pemberton

Reports on the rationale used in the selection of a spreadsheet for use in information management and planning operations. Surveys business users and software suppliers to…

ISSN:

0957-6053

Renamed from:

Logistics World

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 2003

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited