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Innovations and Strategies for Logistics and Supply Chains: Technologies, Business Models and Risk Management, vol 20

Edited by Wolfgang Kersten, Thorsten Blecker and Christian 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: The HICL-Conference celebrates its 10th anniversary, indicating major interest in the research fields of supply chain management and logistics. They are dedicated to make recommendations for new approaches and solutions that enable companies to cope with current and future challenges in supply chains and logistics. The first volume of the 2015 conference addresses innovative and technology-based approaches for logistics and supply chains. It presents business models and investment options for enhanced strategic decision making as well as recent approaches for supply chain risk management.

Keywords: Logistics; Supply Chain Management; Supply Chain; Supply Chain Risk Management; Technology Management; Strategic Decision Making; Innovation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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Chapters in this book:

Innovation Contests in Logistics , pp 3-29 Downloads
Birgit von See and Katharina Kalogerakis
The Impact of Industry 4.0 on the Supply Chain , pp 31-58 Downloads
Hans-Christian Pfohl, Burak Yahsi and Tamer Kurnaz
E-commerce Last-mile Supply Network Configuration and Logistics Capability , pp 59-89 Downloads
Stanley Frederick W. T. Lim and Jagjit Singh Srai
Logistics of , pp 91-116 Downloads
Amardeep Banerjee and Franziska Siemens
Crowd Logistics − A Literature Review and Maturity Model , pp 117-145 Downloads
Jens Mehmann, Volker Frehe and Frank Teuteberg
3D Printing and Supply Chains of the Future , pp 147-174 Downloads
Sebastian Mohr and Omera Khan
Toyota Kata: Empowering Employees for Target-Oriented Improvement - A Best Practice Approach , pp 175-200 Downloads
Matthias Ehni and Wolfgang Kersten
Data-Adaptive Simulation: Cooperativeness of Users in Bike-Sharing Systems , pp 201-228 Downloads
Thomas Preisler, Tim Dethlefs and Wolfgang Renz
Outsourcing to 4PLs – Opportunities, Challenges, Future Outlook , pp 231-255 Downloads
Denitsa Cherneva and Kai-Ingo Voigt
Sustainable Business Development Models for Regional Airports , pp 256-284 Downloads
Anatoli Beifert, Gunnar Prause and Laima Gerlitz
Adaptive Intra-Logistics , pp 285-304 Downloads
Ramin Yousefifar, Julian Popp, Theresa Beyer and Karl-Heinz Wehking
South African Wine Supply Chain Performance Measurement Framework , pp 305-332 Downloads
Corneli Jooste, Joubert van Eeden and Esbeth van Dyk
Value of Flexibility in Gas Pipeline Investments , pp 333-357 Downloads
Katerina Shaton
Evaluating Investments in Emerging Automation Solutions for Logistics , pp 359-388 Downloads
Marco Bonini, Augusto Urru, Matthias Gerhardt, Simon Griesbach, Patrizia Procopio, Jannis Wiegers and Wolfgang Echelmeyer
Risk Identification for Outbound Road Freight Transportation Service , pp 391-417 Downloads
Thutchanan Sangwan and Jirapan Liangrokapart
Selection of Optimal Redundancy Strategies for a Supply Network , pp 419-450 Downloads
Abroon Qazi, John Quigley, Alex Dickson, Barbara Gaudenzi and Şule Önsel
Inland Transportation and Lead Time of Apparel Exports , pp 451-477 Downloads
Anupama Gupta, Pinaki Dasgupta and Mridula S. Mishra
Identification of Design Variables for a Supply Chain Risk Management Audit , pp 479-501 Downloads
Meike Schröder, Johannes Beck and Wolfgang Kersten
Service Supply Chain Risk Management: Distinctions from Manufacturing , pp 503-532 Downloads
Thi Huong Tran and Sebastian Kummer
A Simulation-based Analysis of Supply Chain Resilience , pp 533-556 Downloads
Mustafa Güller, Emre Koc, Michael Henke, Bernd Noche and Lennart Hingst
Supply Chain Risk Management: A Case Study in Thailand , pp 557-580 Downloads
Chatchai Raka and Jirapan Liangrokapart

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