Logistics Systems: Design and Optimization

Logistics Systems: Design and Optimization

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In a context of global competition, the optimization of logistics systems is inescapable. Logistics Systems: Design and Optimization falls within this perspective and presents twelve chapters that well illustrate the variety and the complexity of logistics activities. Each chapter is written by recognized researchers who have been commissioned to survey a specific topic or emerging area of logistics. The first chapter, by Riopel, Langevin, and Campbell, develops a framework for the entire book. It classifies logistics decisions and highlights the relevant linkages to logistics decisions. The intricacy of these linkages demonstrates how thoroughly the decisions are interrelated and underscores the complexity of managing logistics activities. Each of the chapters focus on quantitative methods for the design and optimization of logistics systems.The impact on overall inventory of fewer stock-keeping locations has been analysed by a number of researchers, including ... due in part to the greater range of services being carried out in modern DCs, and the shift to smaller customer ordersanbsp;...

Title:Logistics Systems: Design and Optimization
Author:Andre Langevin, Diane Riopel
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2005-12-06


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