Transport Logistics

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Alan C. McKinnon, Kenneth John Button, Peter Nijkamp
E. Elgar, 2002 - Business & Economics - 680 pages
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Logistics is the management function responsible for the flow of materials through the supply chain. Freight transport typically accounts for a third of total logistics costs and is a major determinant of the quality of a distribution service.This comprehensive and integrated collection includes a wide range of previously published articles from logistics management, operations research and economics journals, as well as the mainstream transport literature. The volume is divided into 13 sections covering the full spectrum of research in the field, including the modelling of freight flows, just-in-time delivery, modal split, vehicle routing and utilisation, the environmental impact of freight transport operations, city logistics and telematics and the deregulation of freight markets.This authoritative volume will be an essential compendium for those teaching in and researching in the rapidly-expanding field of transport logistics and will be of interest to those involved in the management of logistics and formulation of public policy on freight transport.

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Contents

Lorant A Tavasszy Ben Smeenk and Cees J Ruijgrok 1998 A
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Lawrence D Burns Randolph W Hall Dennis E Blumenfeld
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Linda K Nozick and Mark A Tumquist 2001 Inventory
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Edited by Alan McKinnon, K hne Logistics University, Germany, Kenneth Button, University Professor, School of Policy, Government and International Affairs, George Mason University, US and Peter Nijkamp, Department of Spatial Economics, VU University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands and Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland

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