Logistics is the ideal book for Bachelor students of logistics, providing a solid foundation as well as a practical guide. In modular and clear form, it explains key concepts, principles, and practices of logistics. Learning objectives as well as several case studies are integrated into each chapter. It features chapters on Principles of Logistics; Logistics Systems; Transport Systems and Logistics Services; Warehousing, Handling and Picking Systems; Inventory, Stock and Provisioning Management; Logistics Network Planning; IT in Logistics; and Logistics Controlling. In addition, the second fully updated German edition has been extended by the chapters Logistics Infrastructure and Investment and Financing in Logistics. aThis book offers, in a very clear and concise manner, access to fundamental management topics of modern logistics. Well-chosen case studies serve to illustrate best practice solutions.a Professor Peter Klaus, member of Logistics Hall of Fame aThis new textbook facilitates a comprehensive and easy-to-grasp insight into the complex subject area of logistics. The authors have succeeded in presenting a good mix of theoretical foundation and practical application. Due to its clear structure and extensive range of topics, this book is highly suitable not only for students, but also for practitioners.a Bernhard Simon, Managing Director, DACHSER GmbH a Co. KG12.4 Development of Logistics Services Offers On the basis of business solutions in the industry, service, and trading ... of logistical activities to service providers, new concepts are continually arising, which incorporate contract-logisticalanbsp;...
|Author||:||Harald Gleissner, J. Christian Femerling|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2014-02-11|