Integral Logistics Management: Planning and Control of Comprehensive Supply Chains, Second Edition

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CRC Press, Sep 25, 2003 - Business & Economics - 992 pages
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Successful companies must strive to improve business processes on a comprehensive, coordinated level. Integral Logistics Management: Planning and Control of Comprehensive Supply Chains, Second Edition examines logistics in areas beyond the flow of goods, investigating administrative and planning logistics, or process control.

What's New in the Second Edition:

  • A review of E-business developments
  • Additional concepts in transcorporate supply chain management
  • Expanded treatment of master planning
  • Sections on distribution planning and control
  • More details on safety stock calculation and service level vs. fill rate
  • Revised chapter on the process industry
  • Comprehensive extension and update of terminology per CPIM exam content manual, covering all five CPIM modules
  • More examples from real industrial practice
  • Keywords at the end of each chapter, as well as scenarios and exercises, many of which include interactive, online elements

    This volume presents the characteristics, tasks, methods, and techniques of planning and control, detailing innovations in supply chain management, Just-in-Time, Enterprise and Manufacturing Resource Planning (ERP and MRP II), one-of-a-kind production, manufacturing in the process industry, and more. It provides students, industrial engineers, business managers, computer scientists, and other professionals with critical information for improving processes within both manufacturing and service industries.
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