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Logistics 4.0 and Sustainable Supply Chain Management: Innovative Solutions for Logistics and Sustainable Supply Chain Management in the Context of Industry 4.0, vol 26

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 sustainability. They present simulation studies, systems and models for optimizations and digitalized solutions with a focus on maritime as well port and city logistics. This volume, edited by Carlos Jahn, Wolfgang Kersten, and Christian Ringle, provides valuable insights into Logistics 4.0 and Sustainable Supply Chain Management with regard to: Maritime and Port Logistics, City Logistics, Sustainability.

Keywords: Supply Chain Management; Logistics; Sustainability; Digitalization (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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Ecological assessment of port equipment for container terminals , pp 3-20 Downloads
Christina Scharpenberg, Erik Pohl, Lars-Peter Lauven and Jutta Geldermann
Integrating layout planning and simulation for logistic nodes , pp 21-39 Downloads
Anne Kathrina Schwientek, Ann-Kathrin Lange, Markus Holzner, Margit Thomsen and Carlos Jahn
Influence of drayage patterns on truck appointment systems , pp 41-59 Downloads
Ann-Kathrin Lange, Kristof Ole Kühl, Anne Kathrina Schwientek and Carlos Jahn
Exploring congestion impact beyond the bulk cargo terminal gate , pp 61-80 Downloads
Mihai Neagoe, Mohammad Sadegh Taskhiri, Hong-Oanh Nguyen, Hans-Henrik Hvolby and Paul A. Turner
Digitalization potentials in supporting offshore wind logistics , pp 81-101 Downloads
Sylvain Chartron, Michael Stein, Jérôme Gaysse and Hans-Dietrich Haasis
Logistical preconditions for economical reuse of end-of-life textiles , pp 105-121 Downloads
Ville Hinkka, Pirjo Heikkilä and Ali Harlin
Electric vehicles at public organisations in Hamburg , pp 123-145 Downloads
Tobias Held, Rasmus Rettig, Mario Wegner, Jörg Oltrogge and Sabine Edelhoff
Logistics Sprawl in São Paulo Metro Area , pp 147-165 Downloads
Leonardo Guerin and José Geraldo Vidal Vieira
Supporting the selection of sustainable logistics locations , pp 169-182 Downloads
Markus Pajones and Sarah Pfoser
Meta-analysis of sustainable transport logistics trends , pp 183-207 Downloads
Johannes Dirnberger and Uwe Brunner
Clean technologies and energy efficiency in SMEs , pp 209-218 Downloads
Maria Ines Jatib, Juan Ignacio Somoza, Javier Parysow, Horacio Repetto and Agustina Cerullo

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