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The Road to a Digitalized Supply Chain Management: Smart and Digital Solutions for Supply Chain Management, vol 25

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: 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 analytics and risk management. This volume, edited by Wolfgang Kersten, Thorsten Blecker and Christian Ringle, provides valuable insights into the digitalization of Supply Chain Management and Logistics with regard to: Innovation and Technology Management, Advanced Manufacturing and Industry 4.0. Supply Chain Analytics, Risk and Security Management.

Keywords: Supply Chain Management; Logistics; Digitalization; Supply Chain Risk Management; Industry 4.0 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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Chapters in this book:

Running the machine faster: Acceleration, humans and warehousing , pp 3-22 Downloads
Tony Cragg, Thierry Sauvage, Mohammed Haouari, Sarrah Chraibi and Oussama El Khalil Houssaini
Supplier integration in industry 4.0 - requirements and strategies , pp 23-36 Downloads
Julian Müller, Johannes W. Veile and Kai-Ingo Voigt
Scope for industry 4.0 in agri-food supply chain , pp 37-56 Downloads
Claudine Soosay and Raja Kannusamy
Advanced scientific algorithms in digital factory design applications , pp 57-77 Downloads
Jacob Lohmer, Armin Klausnitzer and Rainer Lasch
Additive manufacturing in supply chains - the future of purchasing processes , pp 79-95 Downloads
Stephanie Niehues, Laura Berger and Michael Henke
Efficiency analysis for digitalised working systems of truck drivers , pp 99-119 Downloads
Dominic Loske and Matthias Klumpp
Alternative development paths for Supply Chains in 2030 , pp 121-141 Downloads
Denis Daus, Ana Cristina Barros, Dimitra Kalaitzi, Victoria Muerza and Irene Marchiori
About the future role of software in the product , pp 143-155 Downloads
Henning Skirde and Robert Steinert
Environmental innovation of transportation sector in OECD countries , pp 157-170 Downloads
Duygu Şahan and Okan Tuna
Design of an added plan with social responsibility , pp 171-194 Downloads
Kathya Alexandra Suesca Rozo and Andrés Felipe Santos Hernández
Multi-method decision support framework for supply network design , pp 197-219 Downloads
Giuseppe Timperio, Robert de Souza, Boy Panjaitan Bernado, Sumit Sakhuja and Yoseph Sunardhi
Business model of aircraft fleet planning using ANN , pp 221-247 Downloads
Partha Kumar Pandit and M. Ahsan Akhtar Hasin
Adequate flexibility potential to handle supply chain uncertainties , pp 251-270 Downloads
Immanuel Zitzmann and David Karl
Remote sensing in humanitarian logistics: An integrative approach , pp 271-290 Downloads
Christian Hein, Henning Hünemohr and Rainer Lasch
Impact of managerial risk-taking and IRM ‎on innovation , pp 291-310 Downloads
Fatemeh Seidiaghilabadi, Ebrahim Abbassi and Zahra Seidiaghilabadi
Enhanced FMEA for supply chain risk identification , pp 311-330 Downloads
Lu Lu, Rong Zhou and Robert de Souza

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