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Publication Date: 2002
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Bowersox, Donald J., Closs, David J., Cooper, M. Bixby
Part I Logistics in Supply Chain Collaboration Chapter 1: Twenty-first Century Supply Chains Chapter 2: Lean Logistics Chapter 3: Customer Accommodation Chapter 4: Market-Distribution Strategy Chapter 5: Procurement-Manufacturing Strategies Chapter 6: Operational Integration Cases (4) Integrative Management Integrated Logistics (DuPont) Woodmere Products Zwick Electrical Alternative Distribution (Nabisco) Part II Technology Structure Chapter 7: Information Networks Chapter 8: Enterprise Resource Planning and Extension Systems Chapter 9: Advanced Planning and Scheduling Problems: Technology Part III Operations Chapter 10: Inventory Management and Strategy Chapter 11: Transportation Infrastructure and Regulation Chapter 12: Transportation Management Chapter 13: Warehousing Chapter 14: Packaging and Materials Handling Problems: Logistical Operations Part IV Network Design Chapter 15: Network Integration Chapter 16: Design Process and Techniques Cases (5) Network Design Westminster MLCC WGP Chemical Western Pharmaceutical (A) Western Pharmaceutical (B) Part V Administration Chapter 17: Organization and Relationship Management Chapter 18: Performance and Financial Assessment Cases (4) Supply Chain Management Woodson Chemical Performance Control Wilmont Drugs Dream BeautyBowersox, Donald J. is the author of 'Supply Chain Logistics Management', published 2002 under ISBN 9780072351002 and ISBN 0072351004.
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