"Logistics" Essays and Research Papers

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  • Inbound Logistics

    system Paper II – Supply Chain Management: Introduction Logistical Mission‚ Operations‚ Integration‚ Network Design‚ Information‚ Transportation‚ Inventory‚ Production‚ Inventory Flow Warehousing‚ Material Handling‚ Packaging Integrated Logistics Operating objectives‚ Rapid Response – Minimum Variance – Minimum Inventory Movement‚ Con Life-cycle support‚ Barriers to Internal integration Organization structure Managing operational uncertainty Food & Agriculture Supply Chains: Agriculture

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  • Logistics Management

    pter Measuring logistics costs and performance Logistics and the bottom line 83 Logistics and shareholder value 88 Logistics cost analysis 95 The concept of total cost analysis 96 Principles of logistics costing 99 Customer profitability analysis 103 Direct product profitability 109 Cost drivers and activity-based costing 111 3 81 LSCH_C03.QXD 12/11/04 12:04 pm Page 82 LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT This chapter: Outlines the many ways in which logistics management can impact

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  • Haier Logistics

    Haier Logistics’ revolution Case Studies Haier Logistics’ revolution Case Studies 1、 Background Haier is the world ’s largest home appliance brand‚ founded in 1984 in Qingdao; the current Chairman of the Board‚ CEO Zhang Ruimin is one of the main founders. At present‚ Haier has established 21 worldwide industrial park‚ five R & D centers‚ 19 overseas trading companies‚ employs more than 70‚000 people worldwide. In 2011‚ Haier achieved a global turnover of 150.9 billion yuan‚ the brand value was

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  • Reverse logistics

    1. What is reverse logistics (RL)? How does it differ from forward logistics Reverse logistics is the process of planning‚ implementing‚ and controlling the efficient‚ cost effective flow of raw materials‚ in-process inventory‚ finished goods and related information from the point of consumption to the point of origin for the purpose of recapturing value or proper disposal. More precisely‚ reverse logistics is the process of moving goods from their typical final destination for the purpose of

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  • Inbound Logistics

    Master Thesis Developing a Framework for Decision Making in Inbound Logistics Ownership Taking for LCCS – An Empirical Study Maastricht University School of Business and Economics Academic Year 2008/2009 Zhang‚ Qin (Student ID: i579246) Master of Science of International Business Track: Supply Chain Management Thesis Supervisor: Dr. Lieven Quintens Maastricht‚ Nov 12th‚ 2009 I Acknowledgements My study of the master program at Maastricht University comes to an end with the completion of

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  • Intro to Logistics

    1. Did it surprise you that logistics can be such an important component in a country’s economic system? Why or why not? Logistics plays a key role in the economy in two significant ways. First‚ logistics is one of the major expenditures for businesses‚ thereby affecting and being affected by other economic activities. In the United States‚ for example‚ logistics contributed approximately 10.3 percent of GDI in 1996. U.S. industry spent approximately $451 billion on transportation of freight

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  • Dhl Logistics

    DHL Logbook - in cooperation with Technical University Darmstadt Historical development of logistics The great logistics success story Logistics has been playing a fundamental role in global development for almost 5‚000 years now. Since the construction of the pyramids in ancient Egypt‚ logistics has made remarkable strides. Time and again‚ brilliant logistics solutions have formed the basis for the transition to a new historical and economic era. Examples of this fundamental progress include

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  • Logistics in India

    Case Abstract- Logistics industry in India has seen a tremendous growth in the last decade. In 2010 it recorded revenues of about US$ 82 billion. It generates employment for 45 million people in the country. The industry is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of approximately 8-9% over the next few years. The primary growth drivers in the industry are:  Investments in the infrastructure sector  Streamlining of indirect tax structure with introduction of VAT and the proposed GST  Robust trade growth

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  • Anticipatory Logistics

    ANTICIPATORY LOGISTICS IN THE CORPORATE WORLD What is anticipatory logistics? It’s a system made of information which anticipates the requirement of customers needs so suppliers can provide adequate service production to meet their needs. Anticipatory logistics is part of the supply chain management which is how things get from the manufacturer to the customer‚ but it also is the raw materials that are needed in manufacturing. The U.S. Army uses Anticipatory logistics in their supply chain

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  • Logistic Report

    SMT1004 Logistics Operations/Techniques 1213 Name : SHAO HONGYI Id : u1069593 Data:02/12/2012 content Introduction 3 Background 3 Importance of logistic and supply Chain 4 Importance of cost 4 Importance of logistics customer service 4 Analysis of structure planning 5 The relationship among four factors 5 Analysis of inventory 6 Logistics models 6 The Allocation Models 6 Allocation Models of product

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