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Bloxam, E. G. (2004). The organisation, transportation and logistics of hard stone quarrying in the Egyptian Old Kingdom: a comparative study. London, University of London

Blumberg, D. F. (2004). Introduction to management of reverse logistics and closed loop supply chain processes. Boca Raton, Fla.; London, CRC.

Board, E. A. T. a. T. I. T. (1972). [Logistics training guides.], Staines.

Bolumole, Y. (2000). Outsourcing the logistics function: the supply chain role of third-party logistics service providers in UK convenience retailing, Cranfield School of Management.

Bourlakis, M. (1997). Transaction costs, internationalisation and logistics: the case of European food retailing, University of Leicester, Management Centre.

Bovy, P. H. L. (2004). A world of transport, infrastructure and logistics: proceedings: 8th International TRAIL Congress 2004: selected papers. Delft, DUP Science.

Bowersox, D. J. (1989). Leading edge logistics: competitive positioning for the 1990's: comprehensive research on logistics organization, strategy and behavior in North America. Oak Brook, Ill., Council of Logistics Management.

Bowersox, D. J. (1999). Supply-chain management: differentiating through effective logistics. [Washington, D.C.?], Published by the Food Marketing Institute for Michigan State University.

Bowersox, D. J. c., B. J. j. c. La Londe, et al. (1969). Readings in physical distribution management: the logistics of marketing. [New York], Macmillan.

Bowersox, D. J., B. J. La Londe, et al. (1969). Readings in physical distribution management. The logistics of marketing. Edited by Donald J. Bowersox. Bernard J. La Londe. Edward W. Smykay, [New York] Macmillan Co.; London: Collier-Macmillan.

Bowersox, D. J., D. J. Closs, et al. (1999). 21st century logistics: making supply chain integration a reality. Oak Brook, Ill., Council of Logistics Management.

Bowersox, D. J., D. J. Closs, et al. (2002). Supply chain logistics management. Boston, Mass.; London, McGraw-Hill.

Bowersox, D. J., E. W. j. a. Smykay, et al. (1968). Physical distribution management: logistics problems of the firm. New York, Macmillan.

Bowler, R. A. (1975). Logistics and the failure of the British army in America, 1775-1783. Princeton; London, Princeton University Press.

Boyson, S. (1999). Logistics and the extended enterpise: benchmarks and the best practices for the manufacturing professional. New York; Chichester, Wiley.

Boyson, S. (1999). Logistics and the extended enterprise: benchmarks and best practices for the manufacturing professional. New York; Chichester, Wiley.

Braithwaite, A. and J. Mosquera (1995). Managing the chain from suppliers to customers: a purchasing and logistics action pack, Great Britain, Department of Trade and Industry.

Bramel, J. and D. Simchi-Levi (1997). The logic of logistics: theory, algorithms, and applications for logistics management. New York, Springer.

Brennan, J. R. (1994). Warranties: planning, analysis and implementation. New York; London, McGraw-Hill.

Brewer, A., K. J. Button, et al. (2001). Handbook of logistics and supply-chain management. Amsterdam; London, Pergamon.

Brothers, T. E. (1992). Managing European logistics: Conference entitled "Logistics for competitive edge": Selected papers, Conference Board.

Brown, I. M. (1998). British logistics on the Western Front, 1914-1919. Westport, Conn.; London, Praeger.

Brown, K. (1987). Strategics, the logistics-strategy link. Washington, DC, National Defense University Press.

Brown, K. B. S. M. S. a. E. L. Y. and L. D. Ely (1962). Space Logistics Engineering. Edited by K. Brown. and Col. L. D. Ely, pp. xii. 623. John Wiley & Sons: New York, London.

Brown, K. e. and L. D. e. Ely (1962). Space logistics engineering, Wiley.

Brown, K. M. (2005). Retreat from Gettysburg: Lee, logistics, and the Pennsylvania campaign. Chapel Hill, N.C., University of North Carolina Press; London: Eurospan [distributor].

Brunner, R. (1994). Design of external interfaces for the integration of a generic logistics and distribution centre with associated systems, University of Sunderland.

Bruzzone, A. G., Y. A. Merkuriev, et al. (1999). Harbour, maritime & industrial logistics modelling and simulation: HMS 1999, September 16-19, 1999 Hotel Savoia Majestic, Genoa, Italy. Ghent, Belgium, SCS-Europe BVBA.

Busher, J. R. and G. R. Tyndall (1987). Corporate profitability & logistics: innovative guidelines for executives. Oak Brook,Illinois, Council of Logistics Management; Montvale, New Jersey: National Association of Accountants.

Buxmann, P. and W. Ko\0308nig (2000). Inter-organizational cooperation with SAP systems: perspectives on logistics and service management. Berlin; London, Springer.

Buxton, G. (1975). Effective marketing logistics: the analysis, planning and control of distribution operations. London, Macmillan.

Byrne, P. M. and W. J. Markham (1991). Improving quality and productivity in the logistics process: achieving customer satisfaction breakthroughs. Oak Brook, IL, Council of Logistics Management.

Bytheway, A. (1995). A review of current logistics practice, Cranfield School of Management.

Camm, F. A. and L. Lewis (2003). Effective treatment of logistics resource issues in the Air Force planning, programming, and budgeting system (PPBS) process. Santa Monica, Calif., Rand; [Lancaster: Gazelle] [distributor].

Campbell, J. H. and M. Nishi (1982). Logistics, issues for the '80s: results and proceedings of the Logistics Resource Forum. Shaker Heights, Ohio, Corinthian Press.

Cavinato, J. L. (1982). Transportation-logistics dictionary. Washington, D.C., Traffic Service Corp.

Chapuis, M. E., F. E. Fabre, et al. (1993). Freight transport logistics: final report of the action, CEC.

Chem, S. (1999). Logistics issues and practices within the UK chemicals sectors: a report prepared for the UK Department of Trade and Industry, Chem Systems.

Cheney, R. A. (1990). Computer-aided acquisition and logistics support: a revolutionary evolution. North Hampton, New Hamshire, EMCA Inc.

Chiu, R.-H. (1996). Logistics performance of liner shipping in Taiwan, University of Wales.Cardiff.

Chorafas, D. N. (2001). The Internet supply chain: impact on accounting and logistics. New York; Basingstoke, Palgrave.

Christopher, M. (1981). Logistics and the national economy. Bedford, Cranfield School of Management.

Christopher, M. (1983). Creating effective policies for customer service, Cranfield Press.

Christopher, M. (1987). Global logistics for world markets. Bedford, Cranfield School of Management.

Christopher, M. (1988). Assessing the costs of logistics service. Bedford, Cranfield School of Management.

Christopher, M. (1992). Logistics and supply chain management: strategies for reducing costs and improving services, Pitman.

Christopher, M. (1992). Logistics: the strategic issues, Chapman & Hall.

Christopher, M. (1998). Logistics and supply chain management: strategies for reducing cost and improving service. London, Financial Times Pitman.

Christopher, M. a. W. and G. Wills (1972). Marketing logistics and distribution planning. Edited by Martin Christopher and Gordon Wills, London: Allen and Unwin.

Christopher, M. and H. Peck (2002). Marketing logistics. Oxford, Butterworth-Heinemann.


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