Logistics Book List

Logistics Books
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Mattfeld, D. C. (1996). Evolutionary search and the job shop: investigations on genetic algorithms for production scheduling. Heidelberg, Physica-Verlag.

McCann, P. (1998). The economics of industrial location: a logistics-costs approach. Berlin; New York, Springer.

McClellan, A. W. (1978). The logistics of a public library bookstock. [Harrogate], Association of Assistant Librarians.

McInerney, N. A. (1998). Logistics: the transport and distribution aspects: a text for all interested in this subject. Dublin; [Great Britain], Irish Institute of Purchasing & Materials Management.

McKeon, J. E. (1987). Managing logistics change through innovative information technology: Logistics resource forum: Papers. Cleveland, Ohio, Leaseway Transportation Corp.

McKeon, J. E. (1988). Partnerships: a natural evolution in logistics: 7th Logistics resource forum: Papers. [Cleveland, Ohio], Leaseway Transportation.

McKinnon, A. and J. Campbell (1997). Opportunities for consolidating volume-constrained loads in double-deck and high-cube vehicles, Heriot-Watt University, School of Management.

McKinnon, A. and J. Campbell (1998). Quick-response in the frozen food supply chain: the manufacturers' perspective, Heriot-Watt University, School of Management.

McKinnon, A. C., K. J. Button, et al. (2002). Transport logistics. Cheltenham, Elgar.

Mears-Young, B. (1992). Logistics research: which way forward, University of Hull, School of Management.

Mears-Young, B. R. (1998). Logistics and its implementation: a soft systems approach, University of Lincolnshire and Humberside.

Medbo, L. (1999). Materials supply and product descriptions for assembly systems: design and operation. Doktorsavhandlingar vid Chalmers tekniska ho\0308gskola. Ny serie, 0346-718X; nr.1565. Go\0308teborg, Department of Transportation and Logistics, Chalmers University of Technology

Mertins, K. and M. Rabe (2004). Experiences from the future: new methods and applications in simulation for production and logistics. Stuttgart, Franhofer IRB-Verlag.

Michigan State University. Global Logistics Research, T. (1995). World class logistics: the challenge of managing continuous change. Oak Brook, Ill., Council of Logistics Management.

Moore, D. M., J. P. Bradford, et al. (2000). Learning from past defence logistics experience: is what is past prologue?, Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies.

Morehouse, J. E. and D. J. Bowersox (1995). Supply chain management: logistics for the future. Washington, D.C., Research Department, Food Marketing Institute.

Mortimer, J. (1988). Logistics in manufacturing: an IFS executive briefing. Kempston, Bedford, IFS.

Mosher, J. F. (1983). Integrated logistics systems handbook. Rockville USA, Advanced Applications Consultants.

Muffatto, M. and K. Pawar (1997). Proceedings of the 3rd international symposium on logistics: enhancing competitiveness through logistics capabilities: the University of Padua, Padua, Italy, July 9-11, 1997. Padova, Servizi Grafici Editoriali.

Muffatto, M. and K. Pawar (1999). Logistics in the information age: Florence, Italy, 11-14 July 1999. Padova, SGE.

Murphy, P. R. and D. F. Wood (2004). Contemporary logistics. [Harlow], Pearson Education International.

Muya, M. (1999). A systematic approach for improving construction materials logistics, Loughborough University of Technology.

Naji, Z. T. and M. Mathot (1996). Marketing and logistics moving towards full integration as one concept #marketing logistics', Buckinghamshire Business School.

National Conference on the Management and Logistics of Blood, B. and S. Swisher (1978). The logistics of blood transfusion therapy: symposia proceedings. September 1974, June 1975. Washington, D.C., National Institutes of Health.

National Conference on the Management and Logistics of Blood, B., A. A. Rene, et al. (1979). The management and logistics of blood banking: Conference proceedings [fourth National Conference on the Management and Logistics of Blood Banking]. June 1_2, 1978, Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C., National Institute of Health.

Nersesian, R. L. and G. B. Swartz (1996). Computer simulation in logistics: with Visual BASIC application. Westport, Conn.; London, Quorum.

Norrman, A. (1997). Organizing timebased distribution in transitional corporations: interaction between logistics and organizational structures. Linko\0308ping, Department of Management and Economics, Linko\0308ping University.

Novack, R. A., C. J. Langley, et al. (1995). Creating logistics value: themes for the future. Oak Brook, Ill., Council of Logistics Management.

Nurse, O. A. (1988). Material logistics and process simulation, Portsmouth Polytechnic.

Oakley, S. (1990). A study of the logistics function within a medium sized, sales orientated chemical company, Manchester School of Management.

Ohl, J. K. (1994). Supplying the troops: General Somervell and American logistics in WWII. DeKalb, Northern Illinois University Press.

O'Laughlin, K. A., J. Cooper, et al. (1993). Reconfiguring European logistics systems. Oak Brook, Ill., Council of Logistics Management.

Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development. Scientific Expert, G. (1992). Advanced logistics and road freight transport. Paris, OECD.

Otache, E. O. (1986). An analysis of the armed forces distribution logistics system and a critical evaluation of models for depot location with reference to the Nigerian Army Ordnance Corps (NAOC), Cranfield Institute of Tech.

Pagonis, W. G. and J. L. Cruikshank (1992). Moving mountains: lessons in leadership and logistics from the Gulf War. Boston, Mass., Harvard Business School Press.

Palframan, D. E. and A. E. Tank (1995). European logistics integration: challenge of the Alps, Conference Board.

Panayides, P. M. (2001). Professional ship management: marketing and strategy. Aldershot, Ashgate.

Papadopulou, C. (2001). Investigating the direct application of chaos theory to detect, analyse and anticipate high-level variability in the logistics demand of third party logistics. Glasgow, University of Glasgow.

Park, W. G. (1999). Logistics outsourcing: empirical research on subjective decision-making of logistics service buyers in the Korean market, University of Salford.

Parker, G. (2004). The army of Flanders and the Spanish Road, 1567-1659: the logistics of Spanish victory and defeat in the Low Countries' Wars. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Patton, J. D. (1986). Logistics technology and management: the new approach: a comprehensive handbook for commerce, industry, government. New York, Solomon Press.

Pawar, K. (1995). Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Logistics, the University of Nottingham 11th-12th July 1995. Nottingham, University of Nottingham.

Pawar, K. (1995). Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Logistics, the University of Nottingham. 1995. Nottingham, University of Nottingham.

Pellew, M. E. (1998). Pan-European logistics: strategies for success in supply chain management, Financial Times Retail and Consumer.

Peppers, J. G. (1988). History of United States military logistics, 1935-1985: a brief review. Huntsville, AL, Logistics Education Foundation Pub.

Peters, H. J. r. (1989). Seatrade, logistics, and transport. Washington, D.C., The World Bank.

Petroleum, E. (1996). Oil logistics and supply map of northern Europe and Mediterranean. London, Petroleum Economist: 1 map: col.

Petza\0308ll, J. (1993). Design for accessibility: the development of public transport vehicles with regard to mobility impaired passengers, Chalmers University of Technology.

Pfohl, H.-C. and M. C. Dubbert (1989). Logistics courses in higher education in Europe: first empirical results, European Logistics Association.

Phillip, J., J. Mills, et al. (1999). Attracting more managers into logistics: a study by the University of Huddersfield for the Human Resource Forum in Logistics, University of Huddersfield, Transport and Logistics Research Unit.

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