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Changing Tides: The New Role of Resilience and Sustainability in Logistics and Supply Chain Management – Innovative Approaches for the Shift to a New Era, vol 33

Edited by Wolfgang Kersten, Carlos Jahn, 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 chain management. They present opportunities for enhancing resilience and sustainability as well as recent approaches for supply chain analytics and risk management. This volume, edited by Wolfgang Kersten, Carlos Jahn, Thorsten Blecker and Christian Ringle, provides valuable insights into resilience and sustainability in logistics and supply chain management with regard to: ▪ Innovation and TechnologyManagement ▪ Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain ▪ City Logistics ▪ Maritime Logistics ▪ Supply Chain Risk and Security Management

Keywords: Advanced Manufacturing; Industry 4.0; Artificial Intelligence; Blockchain; Innovation Management; Technology Management; Supply Chain Risk Management; Security Management; Maritime Logistics; Port Logistics; City Logistics; Sustainability (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2022
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Concept for material supply in fluid manufacturing systems , pp 11-38 Downloads
Manuel Hagg and Robert Schulz
Supply ecosystems and the concept of resilience: A literature review , pp 39-66 Downloads
Christopher Münch and Emanuel Marx
Object detection in picking: Handling variety of a warehouse's articles , pp 67-90 Downloads
Mathias Rieder and Marius Breitmayer
Outlier detection in data mining: Exclusion of errors or loss of information? , pp 91-117 Downloads
Florian Hochkamp and Markus Rabe
Framework for the adoption of blockchain in maritime cold chains , pp 121-148 Downloads
Johannes Schnelle, Meike Schröder and Wolfgang Kersten
Smart order as a new instrument for production control , pp 149-175 Downloads
Devis Bartsch and Herwig Winkler
Critical evaluation of LOCO dataset with machine learning , pp 177-206 Downloads
Recep Savas and Johannes Hinckeldeyn
Preliminary analysis on data quality for ML applications , pp 207-236 Downloads
Lorenz Kiebler, Nikolas Ulrich Moroff and Jens Jakob Jacobsen
Workload forecasting of a logistic node using Bayesian neural networks , pp 237-264 Downloads
Emin Nakilcioğlu, Anisa Rizvanolli and Olaf Rendel
Digital transformation of planning in the pharmaceutical sector , pp 267-293 Downloads
Ingrid Yohana Carrillo Barreto, Ana María Jiménez Tocasuche, Angie Jimena Colorado Gonzalez, María Fernanda Durán Sanjuán and Andrés Felipe Santos Hernández
Auction design in strategic freight procurement , pp 295-325 Downloads
Marius Dellbrügge, Tim Brilka, Felix Kreuz and Uwe Clausen
Comparing manual and automated production and picking systems , pp 327-350 Downloads
Cristian Bitterling, Jonas Koreis, Dominik Loske and Matthias Klumpp
Drone based delivery system: Restrictions and limitations , pp 351-373 Downloads
Azamat Seidakhmetov and Omid Fatahi Valilai
Analysis of potential benefit and maturity level of digital procurement , pp 375-402 Downloads
Sascha Stradner and Uwe Brunner
Digitalization of rail freight transport , pp 403-435 Downloads
Paul Gerken, Herbert Kotzab, Lennard Blumenstein, Franz Buse, Nils von Euen, Kevin Mucker and Laura Zöllner
Supply chain risk management in crisis situations , pp 439-468 Downloads
Daniel Müller, Ayman Nagi and Meike Schröder
Structured literature review of transport networks and Supply Chain Resilience , pp 469-496 Downloads
Johannes Gast, Evelina Kirkach and Dmitry Ivanov
Assessing offshore wind farm collision risks using AIS data: An overview , pp 499-521 Downloads
Jürgen Weigell and Carlos Jahn
Marine communication for shipping: Using ad-hoc networks at sea , pp 523-557 Downloads
Neermegha Mishra, Marvin Kastner and Carlos Jahn
Prevailing technologies and adoption obstacles in maritime logistics , pp 559-588 Downloads
Annika Wohlleber, Christopher Münch and Evi Hartmann
Potential of container terminal operations for RoRo terminals , pp 591-613 Downloads
Stephan Krüger, Marius Marius Schulze and Carlos Jahn
Truck appointment systems: How can they be improved and what are their limits? , pp 615-655 Downloads
Ann-Kathrin Lange, Nicole Nellen and Carlos Jahn
Mining port operation information from AIS data , pp 657-678 Downloads
Jussi Steenari, Lucy Ellen Lwakatare, Jukka Nurminen, Jaakko Talonen and Teemu Manderbacka
Potentials of direct container transshipment at container terminals , pp 679-705 Downloads
Nicole Nellen, Ann-Kathrin Lange and Carlos Jahn
Sustainability in urban logistics: A literature review , pp 709-730 Downloads
Giovanni Garola, Arianna Seghezzi, Chiara Siragusa and Riccardo Mangiaracina
Operation control center for automated vehicles: Conceptual design , pp 731-752 Downloads
Olga Biletska, Gianna Lina Kurtz and Hartmut Zadek
Guidelines for transferring sustainable urban logistics concepts , pp 753-797 Downloads
Leon Klose, Anne Beckmann, Stephanie Ihlenburg, Raphael Preindl and Frank Straube
Sustainable urban logistics concepts: A collaborative design approach considering stakeholder perspectives , pp 799-822 Downloads
Robert Teschendorf, Maximilian Engelhardt, Birte Malzahn, Markus Husemann, Christian Butz and Stephan Seeck
Possible impacts of the European Green Deal on Turkey's logistics industry , pp 825-839 Downloads
Fatih Cura and Sercan Demir
Sustainable last mile delivery network using social media data analytics , pp 841-874 Downloads
Ange-Marie Tuyishime and Omid Fatahi Valilai

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