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Next Generation Supply Chains: Trends and Opportunities, vol 18

Edited by Wolfgang Kersten, Thorsten Blecker and Christian M. Ringle

in Proceedings of the Hamburg International Conference of Logistics (HICL) from Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), Institute of Business Logistics and General Management, currently edited by Wolfgang Kersten; Thorsten Blecker

Abstract: Today's demand patterns constantly claim for greener products from more sustainable supply chains. Handling these customer needs puts a constant pressure on the players: Ecological and social issues arise additionally to challenges like technology management and efficiency enhancement. Concurrently each of these holds incredible opportunities to separate from competitors, yet increases chain complexity and risks. This volume, edited by Wolfgang Kersten, Thorsten Blecker and Christian Ringle, provides valuable insights into: Sustainable Supply Chain Efforts, Handling Risks: Concepts towards robust SCM and Future Outlooks in Logistics.

Keywords: Logistics; Supply Chain Management; Performance Management; Supply Chain Security; Logistik; Risikomanagement; Management; Nachhaltigkeit (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014
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Chapters in this book:

Identification of Megatrends Affecting Complexity in Logistics Systems , pp 3-27 Downloads
Wolfgang Kersten, Birgit von See and Henning Skirde
Planning Approach for Robust Manufacturing Footprint Decisions , pp 29-50 Downloads
Philipp Sprenger, Matthias Parlings and Tobias Hegmanns
Future Problems in Logistics Due to Demographic Change , pp 51-68 Downloads
Matthias Klumpp, Sascha Bioly and Christian Witte
Logistics Trends 2020: A National Delphi Study Concerning the German Logistics Sector , pp 69-85 Downloads
Stephan Zelewski, Alessa Münchow-Küster and René Föhring
Vision of a Service Value Network in Maritime Container Logistics , pp 87-110 Downloads
Jürgen W. Böse, Carlos Jahn and Raman Sarin
Logistics Performance Measurement for Sustainability in the Fast Fashion Industry , pp 113-135 Downloads
Anna Corinna Cagliano, Muhammad Salman Mustafa, Carlo Rafele and Giovanni Zenezini
Design of Sustainable Transportation Networks , pp 137-160 Downloads
Wendelin Gross and Christian Butz
Exploring Sustainability in Construction Supply Chains , pp 161-182 Downloads
Margherita Pero, Eleonora Bottani and Barbara Bigliardi
Is Money Really Green? - An Investigation Into Environmental Supply Chain Practices, with a Cost Focus , pp 183-194 Downloads
John Bancroft
Relevant Purchase Criteria or Basic Requirement: Customer Perspectives on Green Logistics , pp 195-209 Downloads
Matthias Klumpp, Julia Naskrent and Nikolaus A. D. Hohl
Information Systems and Reverse Logistics: Examining Drivers of Implementation on Multiple Case Study Scenario , pp 211-221 Downloads
Josip Maric, Florence Rodhain and Yves Barlette
Analysing the Role of Rail in Urban Freight Distribution , pp 223-244 Downloads
Katrien De Langhe
Truck Loading Dock Process – Investigating Integration of Sustainability , pp 245-271 Downloads
Niels Hackius and Wolfgang Kersten
How to Attract Air Freight Business: Defining Critical Success Factors for Regional Airports , pp 273-288 Downloads
David M. Herold, Simon. Wilde and Natalie Wojtarowicz
Early Supplier Integration in Cast Product Development Partnerships – A Multiple Case Study of Environmental and Cost Effects in the German Foundry Value Chain , pp 289-309 Downloads
Robert Christian Fandl, Tobias Held and Wolfgang Kersten
Sustainable Logistic Scenarios in the NSR Region , pp 311-341 Downloads
Jacob Kronbak, Angela Münch, Liping Jiang and Lisbeth Brøde de Jepsen
A Service Production Planning Model Integrating Human Risk Factors , pp 345-359 Downloads
Nguyen Vi Cao and Emmanuel Fragniere
How to Cope with Uncertainty in Supply Chains? - Conceptual Framework for Agility, Robustness, Resilience, Continuity and Anti-Fragility in Supply Chains , pp 361-377 Downloads
Immanuel Zitzmann
Flexible Supply Chain Design under Stochastic Catastrophic Risks , pp 379-406 Downloads
Yingjie Fan, Frank Schwartz and Stefan Voß
A Risk Management Approach for the Pre-Series Logistics in Production Ramp-Up , pp 407-422 Downloads
Patrick Filla and Katja Klingebiel
The Imbalance of Supply Risk and Risk Management Activities in Supply Chains: Developing Metrics to Enable Network Analysis in the Context of Supply Chain Risk Management , pp 423-446 Downloads
Christian Zuber, Hans-Christian Pfohl and Ulrich Berbner
Risk Assessment in Managing the Blood Supply Chain , pp 447-468 Downloads
Phongchai Jittamai and Wijai Boonyanusith
Supply Chain Risk Management in International Trade Operations Between Germany and Brazil , pp 469-486 Downloads
Meike Schroeder and Renato Barata Gomes
The Forest Supply Chain Management: An Entropic Perspective , pp 487-513 Downloads
Tarik Saikouk, Ismail Badraoui and Alain Spalanzani
A Multi-Agent Based Approach for Risk Management in a Port Container Terminal , pp 515-530 Downloads
Lorena Bearzotti and Rosa Gonzalez

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