Integration of Combined Transport into Supply Chain Concepts: Simulation-based Potential Analysis And Practical Guidance: Simulation-based Potential A by Julia BendulIntegration of Combined Transport into Supply Chain Concepts: Simulation-based Potential Analysis And Practical Guidance: Simulation-based Potential A by Julia Bendul

Integration of Combined Transport into Supply Chain Concepts: Simulation-based Potential Analysis…

byJulia Bendul

Paperback | July 11, 2013

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The book focuses on the context of social and political keitsdiskussion sustainability and the growing difficulties in road freight with the question of how rail services can be practically integrated into the value network of industrial and commercial enterprises. The integration of the material and information flows to the large number of legally independent actors is the focus.
Julia Bendul was a research assistant at the Chair of Logistics Management at the University of St.Gallen. Before joining the Jacobs University Bremen as Assistant Professor of Network Optimization in Production and Logistics in 2013 she was working as a Business Consultant at an automobile manufacturer.
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Title:Integration of Combined Transport into Supply Chain Concepts: Simulation-based Potential Analysis…Format:PaperbackDimensions:357 pagesPublished:July 11, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3834939579

ISBN - 13:9783834939579

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Table of Contents

Integration of Combined Transport into Sypply Chain Concepts from a Performance Perspective: Need for Action.- Problem Concretisation: SCP Orientation Encourages the Integration of CT into SC Concepts.- CT as an Element of SC Concepts.- Conceptual Research Framework of Performance-oriented CT Integration into SC Concepts.-Performance-oriented Integration of Combined Line Transport into a Lean SC: A Simulation Study.- Implications for Science and Practice.