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Digitalization in Maritime and Sustainable Logistics: City Logistics, Port Logistics and Sustainable Supply Chain Management in the Digital Age, vol 24

Edited by Carlos Jahn, Wolfgang Kersten 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: This volume contains research contributions by an international group of authors addressing innovative and technology-based approaches for logistics and supply chains. They present business models and investment options for enhanced strategic decision making as well as recent approaches for supply chain risk management. This volume, edited by Carlos Jahn, Wolfgang Kersten, Christian M. Ringle, provides valuable insights into the digitalization of in Maritime Logistics and Sustainable Supply Chain Management with regard to: Maritime and Port Logistics, Human Factors, City Logistics, Sustainability, Performance Modelling.

Keywords: Supply Chain Management; Digitalization; Logistics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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Chapters in this book:

Literature classification on dispatching of container terminal vehicles , pp 3-36 Downloads
Anne Kathrina Schwientek, Ann-Kathrin Lange and Carlos Jahn
Reducing truck congestion at ports - classification and trends , pp 37-58 Downloads
Ann-Kathrin Lange, Anne Kathrina Schwientek and Carlos Jahn
Comparative analysis of synchromodality in major European seaports , pp 59-76 Downloads
Katrin Brümmerstedt, Hendrik Meyer-Van Beek and Torsten Münsterberg
Interactive planning and control for finished vehicle logistics , pp 77-93 Downloads
Marit Hoff-Hoffmeyer-Zlotnik, Susanne Schukraft, Dirk Werthmann, Stephan Oelker and Michael Freitag
Assessing and improving countries' logistics skills and training , pp 97-117 Downloads
Alan C. McKinnon, Kai Hoberg, Moritz Petersen and Christina Busch
Digitalization of logistics processes and the human perspective , pp 119-135 Downloads
Adina Silvia Kuhlmann and Matthias Klumpp
Topical map for continuing education: AHP expert survey , pp 137-156 Downloads
Thomas Neukirchen and Matthias Klumpp
Literature review of drivers of sustainable supply chain management , pp 159-184 Downloads
Muhammad Amad Saeed, Ishfaque Waseek and Wolfgang Kersten
Improving sustainability through digitalisation in reverse logistics , pp 185-196 Downloads
Sharon Cullinane, Michael Browne, Elisabeth Karlsson and Yingli Wang
Simulation of climatic effects on temperature-controlled containerized cargo , pp 197-211 Downloads
Sergio Barbarino, Oliver Klein, Rainer Müller, Cory Rosa, Philippe Sibomana, Nils Meyer-Larsen and Alex Wunsch
Utility evaluation of battery electric vehicles in urban distribution , pp 215-228 Downloads
Dustin Schöder
Optimizing distribution logistics within cities through time-slot deliveries , pp 229-251 Downloads
Tobias Engel, Thomas Wolfenstetter and Nikolaos Sakiotis
Smart logistics of organic waste collection in cities , pp 253-266 Downloads
Lorena Bearzotti, Javier Maturana and Maria Isabel Vega
Life cycle assessment for frozen food distribution schemes , pp 267-284 Downloads
Markus Trapp, Michael Lütjen, Juan Daniel Arango Castellanos, Oliver Jelsch and Michael Freitag
Digitized VMI - maturity model for the FMCG sector , pp 287-309 Downloads
Johannes Dirnberger, Uwe Brunner and Helmut E. Zsifkovits
Production flow valuation through VSM modeling: An industry case study , pp 311-331 Downloads
Andrés Felipe Santos Hernández and Angel David Camargo Puentes

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