Decrease text size Increase text size


E-logistics development
Yingli Wang, Steve Pettit 0 0 01/03/2016
The objectives of this book  this book are twofold. First, we aim to capture the state-of-the-art developments in  the  field of e-Iogistics and thus help our logistics community to gain a more precise understanding of how a business can utilize recent information and communications technology  (ICT) developments  to  manage its supply chain and logistics-related activities for competitive advantages. Second, we aim co promote and  raise the awareness of the critical  role of e-logistics in supporting business operations as well  as driving innovations in supply chains for both practitioners and academics.
Reference Link

Attached Documents

Contemporary literature on disaster resilience of transportation infrastructure and seaports is reviewed. In general it is observed that there is still no widely accepted measure for resilience of transportation infrastructure for any mode of transportation.


Accesibility Options

Decrease text size Increase text size
Contact Us
Enter Text
Contact our department