2 edition of Creating logistics value found in the catalog.
Creating logistics value
Robert A. Novack
1995 by Council of Logistics Management in Oak Brook, IL (2803 Butterfield Rd., Oak Brook 60521) .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Robert A. Novack, C. John Langley, Jr., Lloyd M. Rinehart.|
|Contributions||Langley, C. John, 1946-, Rinehart, Lloyd M.|
|LC Classifications||HD38.5 .N678 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||259 p. :|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||95067528|
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CREATING LOGISTICS VALUE In the logistics sphere there are significant possibilities for creating value . Logistics value can be created through: standard logistics services, additional logistics services and specific logistics solutions (Figure 2).
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In the past, logistics has been mainly viewed simply as a cost that needs to be reduced. However, logistic is not only the sphere of rising costs, but the sphere of creating and increasing the value.
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The emergence of more and more megacities and. Creating value through Winnie Lo, Quentin Cheung LF Logistics offered a new value chain solution to the company •Two offshore distribution centers in China (Shanghai and This report is based on the book “Creating value through advanced logistics”, written by Dr.
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The concept of total cost analysis About the author v Preface x Publisher's acknowledgements xi 1 Logistics, the supply chain and competitive strategy 1 Supply chain management is a wider concept than logistics 2 Competitive advantage 4 The supply chain becomes the value chain 9 The mission of logistics management 11 The supply chain and competitive performance Marketing Logistics, written by Europe's leading expert in this field, examines the way customers in all types of markets respond to customer service and product availability.
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However, the value-creating dimension of such businesses deserves attention due to network externalities. The cooperative scope of logistics operators is rarely related to single clients' supply chains, but to the total number of clients they intend to serve; in this respect, there is nothing ‘simple’ about creating indirect and direct Cited by: Logistics value chain of express delivery process, etc.
Ancillary activities are beyond the basic activities, and extend the basic activities, such as payment collection, e-commerce, etc., which meet and create the demands of logistics value chain analysis (LVCA) help the express enterprises identify the key business, find new profit growth points, make the.
The value of the commander’s intent can be seen in all sorts of operations but is most obvious in situations where formal MCDP 4 Creating Effective Logistics Value Chain: A value chain is a high-level model developed by Michael Porter used to describe the process by which businesses receive raw materials, add.
Porter’s Value Chain Michael Porter proposed the Value Chain framework in his book Competitive Advantage: Creating and Sustaining Superior Performance. The Value Chain describes a. ‘the part of the logistics system that stores product at and between the point of origin and point of consumption and provides information to management on the status, condition and disposition of items being stored’ In order to understand the value adding ability of warehousing we must understand why companies store product.
• Value stream mapping & analysis is a tool that allows you to see waste, and plan to eliminate it. – Has high levels and value of inventory in the organization Logistics, Supply Chain and 27 some Service orientated Organizations.
Step by Step Guide: An Example File Size: KB. 1 Part 1: Summary of Logistics and Supply Chain Management by Martin Christopher Chapter 1: Logistics, the supply chain and competitive strategy (Christopher,pp.
) Concept of supply chain management and logistics Logistics is the plan for product and information flow, while supply chain is wider than logistics because it. Director of the Center for Value Chain Management at Texas Christian University.
Her primary interests are global supply chain management, creating customer value through logistics service quality, and management of the sales forecasting and operational planning by: Chapter 2: Logistics & Customer Value.
This chapter focuses on the ways in which customer value can be created and delivered through the supply chain. The theme will be demand-driven and responsive supply chain strategies.
Case Study: Zara (updated from version) Chapter 3: Measuring Logistics Costs and Performance. Focusing on the design of robust value-creating supply chain networks (SCN) and key strategic issues related to the number; location, capacity and mission of supply chain facilities (plants, distribution centers) – as well as the network structure required to provide flexibility and resilience in an uncertain world – this book presents an.
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