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Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Creating Value-Adding Networks

Martin Christopher
3rd Edition
Harlow, UK: FT Prentice Hall, 2004
320pp, ISBN: 978-0-273-68176-2

The goal of supply chain management is to link the marketplace, the distribution network, the manufacturing process, and the procurement activity in such a way that customers are serviced at higher levels and yet at lower total cost. The author explores the role of logistics in achieving these goals. He examines the relationship between logistics and competitive strategy, the customer service dimension, measuring logistics costs and performance, and benchmarking and managing the supply chain.

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Logistics & Supply Chain Management: creating value-adding networks (3rd Edition)

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This classic text discusses the role of logistics in achieving corporate and financial goals. It has become the bible of the logistics sector and a frequently-adopted text at top business schools.

  • A proven market leader.
  • Guaranteed high price seller.
  • Successful crossover into practitioner and academic markets.
  • Essential reading for logistics/operations managers and increasingly, managing the chain of demand is a growing area within marketing.
  • Written by a top author and consultant in the field.
  • New chapters on logistics value, integrated logistics, network logistics.
  • Updated case studies throughout, from full international range of industries and companies including Dell, Wal-mart (vs K-Mart), Zara, GE Capital, Li & Fung (Hong Kong), Hewett Packard, Dyson and Nokia.
  • Enhanced by diagrams and chapter summaries.

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