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ISBN-10: 013010194X

ISBN-13: 9780130101945

Edition: 2002

Authors: David J. Bloomberg, Joe B. Hanna, Stephen B. LeMay

List price: $279.99
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This concise and well written book integrates logistics into a supply chain management context.Current events, along with new theory and practice make it a valuable reference for industry practitioners, and compliment material on the basics in warehousing, transportation, inventory, and packaging and material handling. More in-depth coverage includes service response logistics, logistics accounting, and reverse logistics. Also featured, are important chapters on service response logistics, logistics accounting, and reverse logistics.For logistics analysts and managers, distribution analysts, warehouse managers, transportation analysts, supply chain management managers, and purchasing…    
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Book details

List price: $279.99
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 7/6/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Introducing Supply Chain Management
The Supply Chain Management Concept
Elements and Evolution of Supply Chain Management
Purchasing and Supply Management
Importance of Purchasing
The Objectives/Goals of Purchasing
The Purchasing Process
Purchasing and Other Functions
Purchasing and Integrated Logistics Interfaces
Types of Purchases
Supplier Selection, Evaluation, and Measurement
Purchasing Partnerships
Materials Sourcing
Just-in-Time Purchasing
Overview of Basic Operations
Overall Systems
Aggregate Planning/Workforce Planning
Production Scheduling
Shop Floor Control
Introducing Integrated Logistics
Integrated Logistics Management
The Integrated Logistics Model
Integrated Logistics Activities
Evolution of the Integrated Logistics Concept
The Integrated Logistics Value-Added Concept
Financial Impact of Integrated Logistics on the Firm
Integrated Logistics Interfaces Within the Firm
Emerging Integrated Logistics Concepts
Quality Customer Service and Integrated Logistics
Customer Service
Channels of Distribution
Service Response Logistics
Products Versus Services
Equipment-Based and People-Based Services
Integrated Logistics From a Service Perspective
Primary Service Response Logistics Activities
Service Response Logistics Functions
Service Response Logistics Model
Intermediaries in Service Response Logistics
Service Response Logistics Strategic Implications
The Integrated Logistics Activities
Domestic Transportation
Transportation Regulation
Modes of Transportation
Intermodal Transportation
Transportation Market Structures
Transportation Cost Structures
Intermediaries/Third-Party Providers
Just-in-Time Delivery
Transportation Management
Traffic and Transportation Strategy
Modal Characteristics and Selection
Carrier Characteristics and Selection
Private Fleet or For-Hire Carriage
Third Parties Versus In-House Transportation
Terminal Operations
Transportation Manager Activities
Management Opportunities
Documentation Requirements
Inventory Management
Rationale for Having Inventory
Inventory in the Integrated Logistics Pipeline
Symptoms of Poor Inventory Management
Financial Impact of Inventory
Inventory Costs
Classifying Inventory
Inventory Management Models
Customer Service Levels and Safety Stock
Scheduling Concepts and Sales
Scheduling Concepts and Integrated Logistics
Material Requirements Planning (MRPI)
Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRPII)
Distribution Requirements Planning (DRP)
Just-in-Time Manufacturing (JIT)
Scheduling in Service Companies
Warehouse Management
Warehouses Versus Distribution Centers
Rationale for Warehouses
The Role of Warehousing
Basic Components of a Warehouse
Functions of a Warehouse
Types of Warehouses
Number of Warehouses
Warehouse Design
Warehouse Productivity
Warehouse Information Systems
Material Handling and Packaging
Material Handling
Coordination Issues in Integrated Logistics
Reverse Logistics
Customer Returns of New Products
Customer Returns of Used Products
Customer Returns of Reused Products
Outsourcing Reverse Logistics Requirements
Green Marketing and Life-Cycle Analysis
Designing an Effective Reverse Logistics System
Determining Transportation and Location for a Reverse Logistics System
Handling of Environmentally Sensitive Materials
Organizating Integrated Logistics
Organizational Structures in Integrated Logistics
Integrated Logistics Control
Mediating Factors in Organizational Design
Informational Issues in Integrated Logistics
Integrated Logistics Information Systems
Integrated Logistics Accounting
Logistics Accounting
Break-Even Analysis
Activity-Based Management (ABM)
Activity-Based Costing (ABC)
Strategic Integrated Logistics Management
Key Issues in Strategic Integrated Logistics Management
Evolution of Strategic Integrated Logistics Management
Integrated Logistics Quality
Integrated Logistics Benchmarking
Integrated Logistics Measurement Areas
Global Integrated Logistics
Global Integrated Logistics Strategic Options
Global Integrated Logistics Management
Global Intermediaries
Terms of Sale, Documentation, and Letters of Credit