HANDBOOK OF GLOBAL LOGISTICS
|Author(s)||James H. Bookbinder|
|D O W N L O A D|
The global logistics is entailing the trade-offs in the location of the facilities and distribution networks, scheduling and routing of the deliveries by various travel modes, procurement issues, and, eventually, the overall management of the worldwide supply chains. Today, with the global economy continuously increasing, logistics is becoming a critically important matter to be taken into account to get to the success the organization.
It is deservedly considered one of the integral parts of the supply chain management involving operations management considerations and also production engineering and even regional science matters. The content of the volume is organized in ten chapters each of them arranged in discrete sections examining logistics itself, free-trade zones, innovative features, case studies and future prospects.
The author has used valuable contributions by the industry experts from nearly all parts of the world an this approach has resulted in the content covering the global logistics indeed. The book will be of practical interest to the industry participants as well as to the scientists and researchers. It may also serve as a reading (required or supplementary) in the logistics courses.
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