Logistics Book List

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Kane, T. M. (1998). Getting it there: the relationship between military logistics and strategic effectiveness, University of Hull.

Kane, T. M. (2001). Military logistics and strategic performance. London, F. Cass.

Kasilingam, R. G. (1998). Logistics and transportation: design and planning. Dordrecht; London, Kluwer Academic.

Katayama, H. (2000). Global logistics for the new millennium: Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Logistics (ISL 2000): 12th-15th July, 2000. edited by Hiroshi Katayama. Tokyo, Programme Committee of the 5th International Symposium on Logistics.

Kautt, W. H. (2004). Logistics & counter-insurgency: procurement, supply & communications in the Irish War of Independence, 1919-1921, Jordanstown: University of Ulster; 2004.

Kearney Management, C. (1981). Improving Logistics Productivity in Europe Summary report, A T Kearney Inc.

Kearney, A. T. (1981). Unlocking the hidden treasure: Logistics productivity in Europe. London, A.T. Kearney.

Keebler, J. S. (1999). Keeping score: measuring the business value of logistics in the supply chain. Oakbrook, Council of logistics management.

Khan, Q. (1990). A computer graphics approach to logistics strategy modelling, Cranfield Institute of Technology.

Kim, C. K. (1987). An innovation in liner shipping: the round-the world service as a global strategy. Bremen, Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics.

Kim, S.-H. (1996). A comparative study on strategic logistics management between military and business sector: focused on military perspectives, Cranfield University.

Kimms, A. (1997). Multi-level lot sizing and scheduling: methods for capacitated, dynamic, and deterministic models. Heidelberg, Physica-Verlag.

Klatch, W. (2005). Supply chain for liquids: out of the box approaches to liquid logistics. Boca Raton, Fla., Auerbach; London: Taylor & Francis [distributor].

Klose, A., M. G. Speranza, et al. (2002). Quantitative approaches to distribution logistics and supply chain management. Berlin; London, Springer.

Koster, M. B. M. d. and A. J. Neuteboom (2001). The logistics of supermarket chains: a comparison of seven chains in the Netherlands. [Doetinchem, Netherlands], Elsevier Business Information.

Kratz, B. (1992). The special demands on logistics derived from the direct mail order trade:an analysis from a technical and economical viewpoint. Pfaffenweiler, Centaurus.

Kress, M. (2002). Operational logistics: the art and science of sustaining military operations. Boston, Mass.; London, Kluwer Academic.

Kusiak, A. and M. Bielli (1997). Designing innovations in industrial logistics modelling. Boca Raton; London, CRC Press.

Lackenby, C. (1998). Supply chain logistics, Centre for Achievement in Manufacturing Management.

Lambert, D. M. and J. R. Stock (1993). Strategic logistics management. Homewood, Ill., Irwin.

Lambert, D. M., J. R. Stock, et al. (1998). Fundamentals of logistics management. Boston; London, Irwin/McGraw-Hill.

Langford, J. W. (1995). Logistics: principles and applications. New York; London, McGraw-Hill.

Lee, S. S. (1994). Development of logistics-centred-design methodology for creating the attractive quality - total logistics support, University of Exeter.

Lee, T.-W. (2002). Shipping in China. Aldershot, Ashgate.

Leighton, R. M. a. C. and R. W. Coakley (1955). Global Logistics and Strategy, 1940-1943. [With illustrations and maps.]. [United States Army in World War II. The War Department.], pp. xxii. 780. Washington: 8.

LeMay, S. A., J. C. Carr, et al. (1999). The growth and development of logistics personnel. Oak Brook, Ill., Council of Logistics Management.

Lennon, C. and W. Zweers (1994). The European Logistics Executive: a council report. New York, Conference Board.

Lewis, A. G. (2001). Streamlining health care operations: how lean logistics can transform health care organizations. San Francisco, Calif.; [Great Britain], Jossey-Bass.

Long, D. (2003). International logistics: global supply chain management. Norwell, Mass.; [Great Britain], Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Loporcaro, J. A. (1990). International agreements for research, logistics and access concerning the Arctic: preliminary list, US Arctic Research Commission.

Lowe, D. (2001). The dictionary of transport and logistics. London, Kogan Page.

Lu, C.-S. (1997). Strategic groups and logistics strategy in the Taiwanese liner shipping industry. Cardiff, University of Wales, Cardiff

Lumsden, K. E., G. E. Stefansson, et al. (2003). Collaboration in logistics, Elsevier.

Lynch, C. F. (2000). Logistics outsourcing: a management guide. Oak Brook, Ill., Council of Logistics Management.

Lynch, K. (2004). The Air Force Chief of Staff logistics review: improving wing-level logistics. Santa Monica, Calif., Rand.

Lynn, J. A. (1993). Feeding Mars: logistics in Western warfare from the Middle Ages to the present. Boulder, Colo.; Oxford, Westview Press.

Macelhiney, P. T. a. H. and C. L. Hilton (1968). Introduction to logistics and traffic management, Dubuque, Iowa: Wm. C. Brown Co.

Macgarrah, R. E. (1963). Production and Logistics Management: text and cases, pp. xix. 560. John Wiley & Sons: New York & London.

Macksey, K. (1989). For want of a nail: the impact on war of logistics and communications. London, Brassey's Defence.

Magad, E. L. and J. M. Amos (1995). Total materials management: achieving maximum profits through materials/logistics operations. New York; London, Chapman & Hall.

Magee, J. F. (1968). Industrial logistics. Analysis and management of physical supply and distribution systems, New York, etc.: McGraw-Hill Book Co.

Magee, J. F., W. C. Copacino, et al. (1985). Modern logistics management: integrating marketing, manufacturing, and physical distribution. New York, Wiley.

Magrill, L. P. (1972). A comparative study of the gasoline marketing logistics systems in Britain and France, [Bradford] Management Centre, University of Bradford.

Mangan, J. and K. Hannigan (2000). Logistics and transport in a fast growing economy: managing the supply chain for high performance. Dublin, Blackhalll Publishing.

Markham, W. J. (1998). The logistics audit: a guide to reshaping the seven dimensions of your logistics process - to win sustainable performance breakthroughs, Cambridge Strategy Publications Ltd.

Marks, N. E. a. T. and R. M. Taylor (1967). Marketing logistics: perspectives and viewpoints. [Edited by] Norton E. Marks. Robert Martin Taylor. [By various authors.], pp. xiii. 289. John Wiley & Sons: New York.

Marlow, W. H. (1976). Modern trends in logistics research: proceedings of a conference held at George Washington University. Cambridge, Mass; London, MIT Press.

Marlow, W. H. (1977). Modern trends in logistics research: proceedings of a conference held at the George Washington University. Cambridge, Mass.; London, M.I.T. Press.

Mason, G. (2005). In search of high value added production: how important are skills? investigations in the plastics processsing, printing, logistics and insurance industries in the UK. Nottingham, Dept. for Education and Skills.

Masters, J. M. E. (1997). Proceedings of the twenty-sixth annual transportation and logistics educators conference, The Transportation and Logistics Research Fund, The Ohio State University.

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