Logistics Management for International Business

Author: S. SUDALAIMUTHU

Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.

ISBN: 9788120337923

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 416

View: 842

In today’s globalised economic development, international transactions form an integral part of economic activities. Logistics Management encompasses planning and management of all activities, involving sourcing and procurement of cargo by effective and economically feasible coordination and collaboration with channel partners, and provision of product and service packages from point-of-origin to point-of-consumption at the right time and at the right place. This book gives, with theoretical and practical expertise, a comprehensive coverage of the logistic concepts, techniques, and their applications in the world cargo industry. Besides, it provides an in-depth understanding of the strategic framework of Logistics Management, the technologies, and the components used in logistic operations. It also covers export-import trade and documentations, shipping formalities, warehouse and inventory management, ERP concepts, logistics operation of major ports—and more. Key Feature : Case Studies are provided at the end of most chapters, which tend a practical orientation to the subject. This book is primarily intended as a text for postgraduate students of Management (MBA/MIB) and Commerce (M.Com.IB). It will also prove useful for the students of those engineering disciplines where the subject is prescribed as an elective course. In addition, practising managers in international business will find the book valuable as a reference
Business Logistics Management

Author: John J. Vogt

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: UOM:39076002671431

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 379

View: 436

This is a comprehensive book on all relevant aspects of Business Logistocs Management. It provides a solid foundation in logistocs theory, which is integrated into a variety of business contexts from finance to e-business. It is also a highly accessible ad proactical mannual for studentsplanning to work in the field.
Supply Chain Logistics Management

Author: Donald J. Bowersox

Publisher: Irwin Professional Pub

ISBN: UOM:39076002733959

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 410

View: 814

Supply Chain Logistics Management is exciting and promises to bolster traditional logistics courses and invigorate supply chain management courses, by examining traditional logistics issues within the context of the supply chain. Most textbooks approach this subject from a limited perspective, studying only internal functions of an organization to the exclusion of issues that relate to the entire supply chain. Supply Chain Logistics Management, provides a solid foundation that clearly describes the role of logistics within the supply chain, portraying a complete view of the subject and going farther to show how all the pieces fit together.
Principles of Global Supply Chain Management

Author: Yui-yip Lau

Publisher: Anthem Press

ISBN: 9781783089574

Category: Transportation

Page: 216

View: 952

Supply chain management is the cornerstone of the competitive strategies of many presentday organizations and has evolved from the operational to the strategic level. Understanding this, Principles of Global Supply Chain Management offers a comprehensive insight into the global supply chain sector—analyzing the strategic, operational and financial aspects of the industry, and addressing the key elements in the management of global supply chains. The key topics of each chapter demonstrate a variety of fundamental issues in the supply chain industry: What are supply chain markets? What is the supply chain cost structure? What are supply chain strategies? How do supply chain firms design and implement strategies? What are the key roles of logistics service providers, logistics education operators and logistics associations? How should supply chain operations be managed? How is a sustainable and innovative supply chain structure created? Comparative practical case studies from Asia, North America and Latin America lend weight to the chapters.
Exploring Supply Chain Management in the Creative Industries

Author: Gary Graham

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781845448134

Category: Business logistics

Page: 77

View: 902

SCM is a rapidly emerging paradigm that is transforming the organisation of business operations as firms seek ever new and innovative ways of finding the elusive mantra of competitive advantage. Little work to date has been undertaken on the creative sector. This e-book hopes to address this, by offering some interesting and informative exploratory work in different areas of the sector. One aim was to offer some insights and lessons that could be drawn on by the wider business community.
Quantitative Models for Value-Based Supply Chain Management

Author: Marcus Brandenburg

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642313035

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 235

View: 835

​​​​​​​Supply chain management (SCM) strives for creating competitive advantage and value for customers by integrating business processes from end users through original suppliers. However, the question of how SCM influences the value of a firm is not fully answered. Various conceptual frameworks that explain the coherence of SCM and company value, comprehended as value-based SCM, are well accepted in scientific research, but quantitative approaches to value-based SCM are found rather seldom. The book contributes to this research gap by proposing quantitative models that allow for assessing influences of SCM on the value of a firm. Opposed to existing models that limit the observation to chosen facets of SCM or selected value drivers, this holistic approach is adequate to • reflect configurational and operational aspects of SCM, • cover all phases of the product life cycle, • financially compare value impacts of profitability-related and asset-related value drivers, and • assess influences of dynamics and uncertainties on company value.​