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Research Papers on Logistics

Logistics refer to the overall management of the way resources are obtained, stored and moved to the locations where they are required. It is difficult to accomplish any marketing or manufacturing without logistical support. It involves the integration of information, transportation, inventory, warehousing, material handling, and packaging. Researchomatic has a collection of thousands of sample logistic research papers, such as Logistic Management, Reverse Logistics and Supply chain Management.

The Third Party Logistics
The Third Party Logistics Introduction3 How Best Buy Manage Logistics3 Best Buy and Third Party Logistics4 Brief History of 3PL4 Layers into Logistics Service6 Advantages of 3PL7 Conclusion7 References8 Table : 19 The Third Party Logistics Introduction Best Buy is one stop solution for all types of electronic goods. In 1966, the company had started by the Richard Schulze under the banner ...
Evolution Of E-Business
Evolution of e-Business Evolution of e-Business Introduction to e-Business Electronic business, known most commonly as e-business, refers to the application of communication and information technologies that support all business related activities. The widely used term of 'e-business' was formed by the internet and marketing teams of IBM, back in 1996. Commerce ...
Wal-Mart Sustainability Strategy
Wal-mart Sustainability Strategy Introduction1 Discussion2 Challenges of Wal-Mart's supply chain2 Wal-mart Seafood Supply Chain8 Conclusion13 References14 Wal-mart Sustainability Strategy Introduction This paper is based on the analysis of the case Walmart's Sustainability Strategy: Inventory Management in the Seafood Supply Chain. Wal-Mart is the largest discount store in the United States. The retail store has not only successfully operated in ...
Container Security
CONTAINER SECURITY Assessing Container Security, for International Supply Chains Assessing Container Security, for International Supply Chains Introduction Cargo containers that form a part of the international supply chain which involves the flow of goods from sellers to buyers are susceptible to attacks from terrorists. The Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) of 2002 ...
Technology In The Trucking Industry
TECHNOLOGY IN THE TRUCKING INDUSTRY Technology in the Trucking Industry Technology in the Trucking Industry Introduction Due to increasing globalization, businesses are managing global supply chains. Information technology and the internet have introduced new market opportunities. Increases in productivity and increasing cost pressures from global competition have introduced just-in-time manufacturing and assembly. The ...
General Electric (Ge) Outsourced Operations
General Electric (GE) Outsourced Operations General Electric Outsourced Operations Introduction Outsourcing is a term known to everybody today. It is a very popular political issue in United States. Outsourcing means a sort of subcontracting a third party for performing a remarkable job. It is a contract given by a company to another ...
Hewlett Packard – Supply Chain Management
Hewlett Packard - Supply Chain Management Hewlett Packard - Supply Chain Management Introduction About HP HP (short for Hewlett Packard) is a U.S. based multinational I.T. Company, with its headquarters located at Palo Alto - California. It is a vendor of products, solutions, software, and technology; it also provides services to consumers, businesses ...
Outsourcing And Contract Logistics
Outsourcing and Contract Logistics Abstract As stated by numerous authors, the field of logistics outsourcing services is growing day by day in modern day business environment. In this context, the industry is able to create various forms of business models which made it easier for companies to outsource their logistics function ...
Rfid Technology
RFID Technology Introduction3 Thesis Statement4 Discussion4 Accessible RFID functions in Transportation4 Operation5 Identification6 Safety6 Security6 Impediment & confront of RFID in Transportation7 Cost Impediment7 Policy Impediment7 Privacy Impediment8 Technology Impediment8 Argument8 Evidence9 Future Scope in Technology9 Conclusion9 RFID Technology Introduction RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is the new techniques of wireless by using the electromagnetic fields of radio frequency for transferring data. This technology is use mostly in transportation for tracking ...
Planning And Controlling The Supply Chain
Planning and controlling the supply chain Planning and controlling the supply chain Abstract In this study we try to explore the concept of “supply chain” in a holistic context. The main focus of the research is on “supply chain” and its relation with “UPS”. The research also analyzes many aspects of “supply ...
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