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Application of Information Technology for International Logistics Management

international logistics management In recent years, logistics has been identified as having the potential to become the next governing element of corporate strategy to create value for customers, generate cost savings, enforce discipline in marketing efforts and extend the flexibility of production and information technology helps to improve the logistics management. LIS is defined as a management information system providing management with relevant and timely information related to logistics functions...

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Challenges for Logistics and Supply Chain Management in Slowdown

CHALLENGES FOR LOGISTIC & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IN SLOWDOWN A distinct feature of this economic slowdown is the direct degradation of consumer’s assets which has wiped out hundreds of billions of dollars in wealth. And consumers have responded by spending conservatively and concentrating on improving their savings. This new era of low spending and unpredictable consumer behaviour has rendered many demand-forecasting models inaccurate or even obsolete. Therefore, companies across the world are...

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Optimisation of Logistics Operations Using Gps Technology Solutions”

military, civil and commercial users around the world. In addition, GPS is the backbone for modernizing the global air traffic system. CASE STUDY done by Dr ROULA MICHAELIDES, Dr ZENON MICHAELIDES and Dr DIMITRIOS NICOLAOU named “OPTIMISATION OF LOGISTICS OPERATIONS USING GPS TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS” presented focuses on development of an integrated GPS/portal solution with an objective of enhancing control and visibility over inland transport thus improving customer service through the application of...

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How Can Design for Logistic Concepts Be Used to Control Logistic Cost and Make the Supply Chain More Efficient?

1. How can Design for logistic concepts be used to control logistic cost and make the supply chain more efficient? Design for logistics is a series of concepts in the field of supply chain management involving product and design approaches that help to control logistics costs and increase customer service levels. The concepts include the three key components, Economic packaging and transportation, Concurrent and parallel processing, and Standardization. Economic packaging and transportation ...

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Reverse Logistics

Reverse logistics stands for all operations related to the reuse of products and materials. It 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 capturing...

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Importance of Logistics and Supply Chain Management and What Strategies and Planning Used for It

Importance of logistics and supply chain management Even as companies have learnt to squeeze efficiencies out of their manufacturing plants through concepts like just in time replenishment, statistical process control, and lean manufacturing practices, they still find that moving goods and services through several layers of their global supply chains is time consuming and costly. Logistics and supply chain management has become one of the last frontiers that still remain to be conquered by most...

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Integrated Logistics for DEP/GARD Case Study

 Integrated Logistics for DEP/GARD Case Study -Tin Yeung Ma -2/27/2014 Tom Lippet, sales representative for DEP, feels the challenge when the successor of Mike O’Leary, Richard Binish, becomes the new purchasing agent at GARD who plans to trim the product line in the next three years. His plan to narrow the service window for suppliers from the original 5 days to 3 days in the next three years to the eventually 1 day window forces Tom to consider ways that can increase the performance and...

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Logistics

Chapter 1 An overview of logistics Economic impacts of logistics Economic utility (the value or usefulness of a product in fulfilling customer needs or wants) 4 general types: * Possession utility : the value or usefulness that comes from a customer being able to take possession of a product * Form utility : a product’s being in a form that can be used by the customer and is of value to the customer(allocation; smaller quantities that are desired by customers) * Place utility :having...

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Impacts of Reverse Logistics on the Environment

Impacts of Reverse Logistics on the Environment Name: Institution: Impacts of Reverse Logistics on the Environment Introduction Logistics The first thing that comes in mind when one hears the word logistics is the transportation of goods from one place to another but behold, the definitions of logistics is the well coordinated channeling of material and information across the chain of supply (Weken and Hoek, 1998). In supply chain management, it is the link between each tier in a chain of...

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Logistics

Executive Summary The development of information technology has caused the nature of logistics and supply chain management changing dramatically. Furthermore, the relationship between retailer and supplier changed as well due to the changing of retail exchanges. As retailers are going to gain much more business opportunities and reduce cost on supply chain, it has affected the supplier in somehow. According to the change, there are some issues cannot be ignored because of the importance of the...

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