Logistics Management – by Sople V.V (2012)

Logistics management, 3/e is essential for creating value for both customers and stakeholders. Effective Logistic chains help organizations to compete in both global and domestic markets. The book addresses these issues in 5 parts, which deal with the basics of Logistics, Logistics Mix, Strategic approaches in managing logistics, Logistics controls and cases. The author has used diagrams and examples for students to better appreciate the concepts.

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Table of contents

Cover
Title page
Contents
About the Author
Dedication
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface

PART 1 CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK IN LOGISTICS CASELETS
1 LOGISTICS: At the Centre of World Trade
2 CUSTOMER SERVICE: A Key Element in Logistics Strategy
3 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: A Source of Competitive Advantage

PART 2 LOGISTICS MIX CASELETS
4 WAREHOUSING: A Role Beyond Storage
5 MATERIAL HANDLING SYSTEMS: For Exploiting Productivity Potential in Logistics
6 MATERIAL STORAGE SYSTEMS: For Space Efficiency and Storage Density
7 INVENTORY MANAGEMENT: For Lean Supply Chain
8 TRANSPORTATION: The Backbone of Logistics
9 LOGISTICAL PACKAGING: For Safe Product Handling Movement and Storage
10 LOGISTICS INFORMATION SYSTEM: A Vehicle for Supply Chain Competency

PART 3 STRATEGIC APPROACH IN MANAGING LOGISTICS CASELETS
11 LOGISTICS DESIGN FOR DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS: To Create Time and Space Utilities of Product to the Customer
12 LOGISTICS OUTSOURCING: An Emerging Trend
13 E-COMMERCE LOGISTICS: More Challenging Than Ever
14 TECHNOLOGY: A Pervasive Factor in Logistics Fulfilment
15 REVERSE LOGISTICS: A New Wave
16 GLOBAL LOGISTICS: A Pervasive Role in Wheeling International Trade
17 STRATEGIC LOGISTICS: Looking Beyond the Basics

PART 4 LOGISTICS CONTROLS CASELETS
18 PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS AND CONTROLS: To Track and Improve the Health of the Supply Chain
19 GOVERNMENT POLICIES AND REGULATIONS: For Industry Growth, Consumer Protection and Operational Controls
20 LOGISTICS COSTING: Impacting Product Profitability
21 QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES: For Optimization in Logistics
22 LOGISTICS ORGANIZATION: Bridging Aspirations Through Implementation

PART 5 CASES
23 CASES

ANNEXURE A—Glossary
ANNEXURE B—Information Sources
ANNEXURE C—Multiple Choice Questions
Notes
Acknowledgement
Copyright

Product details

  • ASIN : 8131768627
  • Publisher : Pearson Education India; Third edition (1 January 2012)
  • Language : English
  • Paperback : 560 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 9788131768624
  • ISBN-13 : 978-8131768624
  • Item Weight : 684 g

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